5 months left on the lease at $555 per month. There's a $2500 cash incentive which brings the payments down to $55 per month.
Why don't they just stick it out for another 5 months instead of trying to get someone to takeover it?
Why are there cars with just 2 months remaining on the lease on those sites? What's the catch at the end of the lease? Do you have to keep the car? Can I just take over a lease with 2 or 3 months remaining, then return it to the dealer at the end of the lease and walk away? It'd be nice to pick up a car and beat on it at a track for a couple hundred $ for like 2 or 3 months.
You need to read and understand the terms of the lease agreement. Many leases have limits on mileage through the term of the lease with a heavy penalty for each mile over. Some leases have balloon payments at the end, there are many good reasons for a person to want out of a lease early and many good reasons not to get into one in the first place.
Remember the old adage; "If it's too good to be true it probably isn't.."
Or in this case, if the car and the lease were such a good deal why would anyone want out?