Chevrolet National Lease Offer
Ultra Low-Mileage Lease for Qualified Lessees
For Eligible Current Lessees: $2,139 due at signing (after all offers).**
If you’re deciding between leasing versus buying the new Chevy Trax, there are several excellent benefits of leasing to consider. When you lease a Chevy, you’ll enjoy the latest features and technology at a typically lower cost than financing, as well as a fixed monthly payment, which might allow you to select a higher-trim model that might otherwise be out of budget when financing. Additionally, you’ll avoid the long-term cost of depreciation — when your lease is up, simply turn in the keys, keep your current Chevy, or get behind the wheel of the latest model.
Explore the Chevy Trax for sale in our current inventory, then lock in a great deal when you lease the Chevy Trax from Gregg Young Chevrolet in Omaha, NE.
Still have questions about leasing vs. buying?
As your lease nears its end, it’s time to explore your options before you turn in your vehicle. We’ve answered some common lease-end questions to help you choose your next path.
At the end of your lease, you’ll have three options to choose from before you begin your pre-return process.
When it’s time to turn in your Chevy Trax, we recommend starting the return process with the dealership you originally leased from. If you have moved or cannot visit your original dealership, please contact a local GM dealer or GM Financial to find out where you can return your lease.
After the vehicle is turned in, you will receive an invoice by mail. It may include any balance on your lease, excess wear or mileage charges, disposition fees, or taxes. See your current lease agreement for details, so you know what to expect.