Drove >60 miles to look at a truck on a Saturday. This was fine. The sales rep. was kind and checked out the truck prior to me leaving to answer any questions, Looked at the truck and made an offer, Sales rep. said they wouldn't budge on the price. I thought it was strange but okay. Called back Monday to discuss price with a manager and was given another sales rep. Explained my situation and that I would like to place a cash offer. Sales rep. said she wasn't sure and she would have to go and speak with her manager. She took my number and called me back ~ 15 min. later. She said she couldn't guarantee the offer, but did guarantee me we could make a deal if I came in and said "you WILL be driving the truck home tonight". Drove another >60 mile trip to go negotiate only to find out they wouldn't come down to what my max was. The problem with this is that I tried to get that info out of the sales rep. prior to committing to another >120 mile round trip over the phone, but was promised don't worry a deal WILL be made. At the point I realized this wasn't going to happen the manager kept pushing not realizing that I could care less they wouldn't sell me the truck, but that he could care less about my time. If they would have just negotiated over the phone, I would have never made the trip down and wasted 3 hours of my life, but they insisted I make the trip and a deal would be made. Thanks for nothing and I hope you don't treat all your long distance customer in this fashion. Also, on a good note they did fill up my tank so I guess they have that going for them. Too bad they couldn't give me back 3 hours of my life and the frustration of being convinced into something that they were not committed to. If you have a bottom dollar, than just say what it is and don't beat around the bush.