On 3.15, I visited Haldeman of Lexus in Princeton, I told Mr. D***** M**** I would buy an RX350 if its final price was $47,000. He agreed and promised me that $47,000 would be the final price.
I signed the lease agreement without reading it, I promise that I did not see the price on Mrs. K****'s computer screen. She asked me to sign on the tablet over and over, I thought it was for the credit card and signed it.
But the weirdest thing was that after I signed in Mrs. K****'s office, Mr. D***** M**** came in and gave me an envelope, telling me that my auto insurance was enclosed. But actually, it was the lease agreement that Mrs. K**** should give me. I saw a printer in her office, but it was Mr. D***** M**** who gave me the lease agreement. They knew I would not accept the price if I saw the agreement, so they just lied to me.
I did not open the envelope until 3.27 and I was shocked by the price, I am just a student and they overcharged me more than $2300!
The funniest thing is that after I signed the agreement, I asked Mr. D***** M**** again whether the final price is $47,000, he asked me back, "You don't trust me? Am I going to cheat for just a hundred dollar?" My friend also heard that.
By the way, Mr. D***** M**** kept saying $47,000 is the final price without a hidden fee but he never told me that I had to pay $114.25 for the registration fee when installing the new plate.