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Service during lease?

lineman2lineman2 Posts: 5
edited March 6 in Lexus
What is the minimum service one must to do during a 3 year Lexus lease?
Will I be required to have a 15k and 30k service or can I get by with changes?

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  • sorry - should read oil changes.
  • In a 3 year 36k lease, other than oil changes what services are mandatory and do most people leasing do the major services i.e. 15 and 30k?
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,587
    Hi Lineman, since people don't seem to be finding this discussion, try asking in the Lexus RX 330 / RX 350 / RX 400h: Lease Questions one.

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  • Thanks Steve,

    That's where I originally posted and no answer there either.

    lineman
  • steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,587
    I've never leased so I can't offer any help. There's a few posts you can find using the Advanced Search tool if you aren't picky about the make/model. Like this one:

    alan_s, "Nissan Altima" #4928, 9 Feb 2007 11:09 am

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  • tidestertidester Posts: 10,109
    Don't take this the wrong way but have you read your lease contract? It seems to me it should spell out your obligations - more or less clearly.

    tidester, host
  • lineman2, as long as you do the required oil
    changes/tire rotation(every 5000 miles on a
    Lexus), preferably at the dealer, I would imagine, you'll be okay. A friend of mine is
    leasing her second Lexus, and all she did was
    the required oil changes and tire rotations,
    no 15k or 30k service. You could probably
    even do your oil changes elsewhere, but just
    keep your receipts.

    Before leasing my Lexus RX, I was leasing a
    Nissan Maxima, and that's all I did was get the
    oil changed regularly and the tires rotated,
    although the car was totalled in an accident
    ten months before the end of the lease.

    But I really do believe all you need is the
    oil change/tire rotation at the regular scheduled times.
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