I have owned 3 Lexus cars. My last was an NX200T which I leased, but when I went in to discuss end of lease options, Bell pushed hard to lease a new 2018. I did think the residual value was high and Bell indicated there was no negotiating on that price since it was dictated by Lexus Financial Service. I ended up leasing a 2018, finalized the deal and they called me a few days later (after they had cashed my check) to say I owed them another $1000.00. A mathematical error was made by the finance person and they had not sent in the paperwork to get my car registered until I paid them the difference. I ended up agreeing to relinquish the additional wear and tear policy in lieu of paying the additional money, which was valued at ~$900.00 ( as they were correct on the amount), but the hassle and onus was all on me to rectify when it was their mistake. My expectation was that they could have apologized, and I was told the manager would call me, but never did. Then, a couple of weeks later I get a bill from Lexus financial service for $1344.00 for the 2015 leased car that I returned. Bell had looked over my car when I turned it in and said all was fine. Lexus financial service charged me $944.00 to replace the windshield (I had full glass on my auto insurance and could have had it done for free if they had let me know), but again, no respond from anyone at Bell when I let them know about this. Very disappointing.