There are way too many fees to keep track of when buying or leasing a new car, many of which are known by multiple names. The administration fee is also called the acquisition fee and is dished out during a vehicle lease contract.
The acquisition fee is defined in the Cars.com Leasing Glossary as “a fee charged by a lessor to begin a lease. An acquisition fee is also known as an initiation fee, or a bank fee if the lessor is a bank rather than a dealer. Acquisition fees start at about $300 and seldom are negotiable.”
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