Leases rarely are higher tax rates (unless you're talking about somewhere specific like Chicago that tax leases in a very bizarre manner).Not trying to pry, but thought I would point out that you were charged a sales tax over 9%. Although this could be right depending on where you live and whether or not you leased versus bought...leased being a higher sales tax. I keep looking at the $4,992.32....which was included in the top corner price of $59,875.32...and it looks high. If you reverse the math to figure out your sales tax...you take the 59875.32 - 4992.32 which gives you 54,833. Then you take the 4992.32 and divide it by 54833 which gives you a sales tax of almost 9.1%. The shorter version would be to Google sales tax calculator, add 54883 as the sales price and the 59875.32 as the total...and it will confirm the sales tax.
The sales tax rate here may seem higher, but I imagine what's actually happening is the sales tax is being applied to the purchase price, as well as stuff like the service contract add on, so the $54833 probably isn't the actual tax basis.