In good faith, I leased a new Miata from Hubler in July 2016, and of course, it was all about extracting as much money as possible from my pocket. The car itself is disappointing, but that's another subject for another day. I paid off the lease on 4 February 2019 by writing a check to Hubler Mazda. The check came out of my account four days later on 7 February, HOWEVER, Mazda Chase Credit did not receive my pay-off from Hubler until 22 days (three weeks) later on 1 March. Where the xxxx was the money. Indiana law requires that I be provided with a title within 31 days. I've repeatedly called Hubler and been told they have nothing to do with the transaction; the title should come from Mazda Chase Credit, and they've done all they can do. I believe this is wrong!!!! I did business with Hubler, and they should care enough to follow-up. Indeed, in a conference call, today 15 March 2019 between myself, Mazda Chase Credit and the business manager at Hubler, the MCC supervisor informed Hubler that they were indeed responsible to provide me with the title which MCC had sent them on 5 March. Folks, in case you've never heard of this concept: THE CUSTOMER IS ALWAYS RIGHT. This customer will never darken your door again. On a positive note, their service department always did a good job. I still don't have my title, but at least everyone knows who is responsible for providing it.