On Saturday, May 1, I arrived at the dealership for a 2:00 p.m. oil change appointment on my wife's RX350. The service writer told me it would be an hour. At 3:45 p.m., I asked where my car was. The service writer told me that he went to lunch and asked another employee to take care of me, but that employee must have forgot me. He had difficulty finding the car, and then told me it was being washed. I expressly told the service writer that I didn't want the car washed, as it had just been washed and detailed the day before. I heard him tell the service department via phone not to wash the car, but they went ahead and washed it anyway, and they left water marks all over the black finish. Getting into the vehicle, I noticed that the previously spotless driver's side floor mat was dirty and stained. Service department employees apparently didn't cover the mat. I brought it to the attention of the service writer, who offered to clean it, but it was already 4:10 p.m., and I was already late picking my wife up. Lexus of Toyota physical plant is a stunning dealership, but the service experience was far from what one would expect from a Lexus dealer. .