I've been cruising around in my new Prius since I got it about 3 weeks ago. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT. Tonight, I got a STRANGE call from the dealership while I was on vacation. It was one of those calls that you know you should not pick up, but I did. OK, so the guy from the dealership sayid, "Toyota has found a problem with your lease and refuses to honor it. We need you to come in and fix it." I asked what the problem was, and he said it was that no sales / use tax was charged. I told him that part of the salesman's and sales manager's pitch to me was that, since I am resident of Washington, DC and DC promotes hybrid drivers by waiving the sales / use tax on new hybrids, I would save about 10 percent of the sticker price for my purchase or lease. This was mentioned multiple times during the sales pitch. The guy on the phone said that I was misinformed and that the waiver applies only to purchases, not leases. I told him that the tax waiver was THE DECIDING FACTOR in my decision to get the Prius and that my sales contract showed NO TAX in the contract. I love my Prius, but it was an impulse purchase and a second car for me at that. I only got it because I felt like I was getting a good deal due to the sales / use tax exemption. I told him that I would be happy to come by and talk to him when I get back from vacation, but I will not be paying them another dime because we reached an agreement on price almost a month ago before I decided to buy. So, I am here asking for advice... What are my options? Obviously, I have a signed contract, and it appears that Toyota is trying to back out of it. If I tried to do the same thing, Toyota would surely repossess my car and wreck my credit. If they keep refusing to recognize and honor my lease, do I just give them the car back??? The dealership is Bill Page Toyota on Annandale Road in Falls Church, VA. I posted earlier saying GREAT things about this dealership, and I hope this works out satisfactorily that Toyota does not renege on my lease. I promise to let everyone know what happens when I go to the dealership. Until then, any and all advice is GREATLY APPRECIATED.