Went online looking for a Tacoma Trd Pro and found one. Filled out the information to get an E-Price ( by the way only entered my email, no phone number) however within 10 minutes I received a phone call from a salesman. How'd he get my number? I was told that they had really great incentives and could even do more than that because the dealership owner was pushing to move vehicles because he was expecting a $500k bonus for meeting sales goals before the end of the year. He talked me into coming down to the dealership for a test drive and because what he told me I agreed. Did not ask on the price of this truck any further. Showed up, drove the truck and it was nice so we started to talk price. Then he and a sales manager came out and informed me I would have to pay sticker for the truck. I informed him that I was not going to pay more than the average price paid for the same truck that I found doing research. Would not even take $1 off the sticker price. They did offer to throw in running boards but $350 was not going to get us to where I needed to be. I told them no and left, receiving 6 text messages over the coarse of 3 hours. Then for the next 2 days I continued to receive phone calls and text messages saying he was going to try to get me a better deal. He asked me what the payoff on my Audi was and what my monthly payment was. I did not feel that information had anything to do with the sale price of the truck but I gave it to them anyway to see what they could do. He came with the exact same thing they did before... Sticker price, and running boards but now he insulted my intellect by telling me they could get my payment where I needed it to be but that the term would be 84 months at 5% interest. Are u kidding. My credit is pushing 800. Absolutely the worst experience I have had at a dealer. Not interested in making their customers happy. Only their profit, and dishonest behavior. What I was offering was Fair and they would have still made a profit on the sale. I was mislead to think I could possibly get this great deal but that was only to get me into the dealership. Should have known better. This was about 5 days ago and they have called me everyday trying to talk me into a different Tundra than what I wanted. No thanks... All of this combined with the high pressure sales tactics. I will never go back to that dealership again. Rather drive to KC to buy one. Hard to believe that they wouldn't negotiate on the price for a truck ranked #6 (lowest ranking) on the U.S. Ranking for large pickup. If there was one positive thing from this experience it would have to be the trade value offer. It was dead on to what Edmunds showed. Other than that... Complete waste of time.