Just a heads-up if you’re putting tires on at lease end to pass inspection for a vehicle leased through GM Financial (just had ours done by AutoVIN).
Car is pristine and under mileage (as all of my lease returns have been), all 4 tires passed for tread-depth by a WIDE margin and match OEM make/model/size EXCEPT: the current tires have a “better” speed rating of 102V vs the OEM 102H.
They want $1000.00 for that.
Called GMF, told me that I can’t dispute until I return the vehicle and they send me a bill. I said, “that’s too late, I will have replaced the vehicle already and I’m trying to determine if my next one will be a GM – based on your response to this.” They were nice, but absolutely didn’t care if I walked. So I will. (After 22 years of buying new GM vehicles, LOL, which otherwise have been better-priced, perfectly reliable, good-enough appliances over the years).
So, just a heads-up, don’t think you’re gonna get away with the “trick” of giving them better tires than they gave you. Oh no! They’re too smart for that! (sarcasm)
I’m off to shop for some used cheap tires, and a non-GM vehicle.
EDIT: as I recall @RVguy commenting, all the leasing companies are getting more prickly at lease end due to the losses at auction, so likely not specific to GMF. Won’t stop me from walking away from them though.