While I appreciate the spirit of what the OP is saying here, I feel that asking for their “best lease price” is just too vague for a proper response. You need to be extremely specific, because that will weed out the time wasters, since they will never give you that specific information if they are looking to obfuscate things or pull a bait and switch.
There’s a story about the band Van Halen causing thousands of dollars worth of damage backstage at a concert because there were brown M&M’s left inside a bowl of candy in the dressing room. What really happened was that they put the request for no brown M&M’s in their contracts so they knew whether or not the promoters were paying attention to the important stuff in the contract too. What happened in this case was the promoters took improper measures because they didn’t read the stage specs carefully, and the floor of the area sustained thousands of dollars worth of damage. The reason I tell this story is that if I send a request specifically asking for a sales manager to email me with the current selling price before any rebates and incentives are applied on a specific vehicle, and I get phone calls about test drives and prices including rebates, I know I’m probably not getting a good deal over there.