Even that may not be enough. Remember the person assuming your car is responsible for (a.) the $500 transfer fee; (b.) the $350 disposition fee; (c.) any missed maintenance, (d.) excess mile charges, and (e.) wear and tear INCLUDING TIRES. With a set of RFT's costing $1,500 to $2,000 and most advertised lease assumptions having 20,000 to 30,000 miles, it's a pretty safe bet that the person assuming your lease is going to pay for replacing the tires. If you have a killer lease deal - ED, MSD's, trunk money, subvented MF, etc. - that may be enough of an attraction. But if you did a terrible job negotiating your lease (like the OP) you will pay dearly to get someone to take it off your hands.