Note that others in your situation have shared here that their dealer outright lied to them about the lease termination. The market value of these things far exceeds most lease buyout costs, and dealers know this, so they'll say anything to get you to simply turn it in, so they can make a nice, tidy profit on the resale. Even if you don't want the car, you can exercise your buyout clause with Honda Financial directly, and turn around and easily sell it to a car-buying service (Carvana, Vroom, etc.) and pocket a few thousand dollars for your trouble. I'd keep the car, though.
As others above have indicated, a dealer need not be involved in the transaction, and will only muddy the waters.
Oh, and WELCOME!