Lease Smarter. Take Control.
You have decisions to handle at lease-end, such as what kind of vehicle you'll lease next and whether to choose Sea Glass Pearl or Nautical Blue Metallic. Thanks to Excess Wear & Use protection you can focus on those things and not on how to pay for dents and dings upon turning in your leased vehicle. Please download and review our Excess Wear & Use Protection Plan brochure.
At lease end, with Excess Wear & Use Protection, you'll be covered for each eligible event valued at $1,000 or less, each eligible missing part or equipment valued at $200 or less, and up to $5,000 in excess wear and use charges.1
Incident and Damage Coverage
With the purchase of Excess Wear & Use Protection, you'll be prepared for eligible damages at lease end such as damaged tires and rims, broken windows, torn seats, damaged bumpers as well as body dents and scratches.
Leasing Made Simple
With Excess Wear & Use Protection, there are no claims to submit, no deductibles to pay, and no reimbursements to request. For more information, visit Toyota's lease-end site.
Note: Excess Wear & Use Protection is optional, cancellable (see terms of Agreement) and not required to obtain credit.
Under certain circumstances, Toyota Financial Services does not charge its lease customers for Excess Wear & Use damage.
The information provided is an overview of the Excess Wear & Use Protection Plan. Coverage is subject to exclusions and limitations set forth in the Excess Wear & Use Lease Addendum (or Excess Wear & Use Protection Motor Vehicle Services Agreement in Connecticut). The information provided is subject to change at any time without notice.
1 Plan does not cover excess mileage.
2 The Toyota Financial Services Excess Wear & Use Protection Plan is not available in all states. See your Toyota dealer for more information. Plan is only available on leases through your Toyota dealer and Toyota Financial Services based on approved credit. Please see your Excess Wear & Use Lease Addendum for full details on terms, limitations and exclusions.