Lease Agreement Signed Dealer Wants to Change the Price
I pay the deposit and wait for a meeting with the Finance Manager to sign a lease agreement (Offer to lease document). He goes over the entire document with me, every line about the payment and sells me some dent/scratch insurance and finally we both sign 2 copies. They didn't have that model on site so they promise to get it to me within a couple of weeks the latest (verbally). I leave with my signed copy of the lease agreement.
They later call me and want to change the bi-weekly price because some glitch in their system about the interest rate which now they want to up to 2.99% and of course my bi-weekly rate.
In the actual document just above the signatures it actually says in large bold font that the sale is final and legally binding.
My question is: Is the agreement legally binding for the dealership too? Can they get out of the deal? What are my options?