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Closed-end leases usually give the lessee the right to purchase the auto at least expiration.
However, adjusting for uncertain cash inflows would make these alternatives less attractive vis-a-vis both closed-end leases, and the guaranteed buy back lease would become less attractive relative to the fair market value lease.
With the more common closed-end lease, assuming there's no excessive mileage or wear on the vehicle, the customer returns the car with no extra costs.
Closed-end leases require a fixed number of payments for a specified number of months, and at the end of this payment period the lessee simply returns the leased asset to the lessor.
A recent new car sales promotion offered potential customers the choice between (1) a 66-month closed-end lease, or (2) a 60-month installment financing contract for a 1988 BMW Model 528e.