Just got this response from Volvo Car Finance:<p>======================================<p>Thank you for contacting Volvo Car Finance.<p>Once the final payment is received, you are welcome to complete a normal termination. The lease termination process is designed to be very user friendly for the customer.<p>There are essentially 3 options available at lease end:<p>1. Turn in the vehicle and walk away (provided there are no charges for excess wear and tear or mileage)<br>2. Purchase the vehicle for the purchase option price specified on your contract. If this option is selected, the excess mileage fee or wear and tear charge is not applicable. <br><B>3. Extend the lease term for a maximum of 2 months with our and dealer approval.</B><p>We suggest you contact the original leasing dealer approximately 45 days prior to the termination date to ensure the termination process goes as smoothly as possible. Once the current lease has been terminated, you will negotiate with the dealership for the terms of the new contract/lease.<p>Thank you for visiting us on-line.<p>====================================== <p>Regard 2. That is clearly a bad move as I see preowned cars selling for under $25K. My Payoff is north of $31K<p>Comments?