I had a similar experience to the previous reviewer. Aaron was my finance manager and meeting with him was the last step prior to taking my Toyota home. He was very pleasant and inviting at first. But, that quickly changed after the extended warranty conversation came up. He wrote down a bogus "estimated" monthly payment that I could expect if I did not purchase the extended warranty. It came out to around $15 more per month than I had estimated on my own (using a car loan calculator). When I called him out on it and asked about the APR rate he was using, his response was that I would have to wait until the paperwork was printed to find out the exact monthly payment... Really, dude? He then tried telling me that the extended warranty would only be a "few extra dollars" a month, again using his "estimated" monthly payment as the baseline to try and scam me. I continued to tell him I had no interest in the extended warranty and that I wanted to be done with this conversation. But he was not having it. He told me I was being irrational and demanded I tell him the "real reason" why I am not willing to go the extra mile to protect my car. Eventually, I threatened to walk out of the dealership if he did not stop pressuring me. At that point, he handed me a sheet of paper that I had to sign in front of him stating that I am responsible for "all damages" on the car. Again, this was bogus. The car still has a factory warranty through Toyota.
My advice: Never do business with this guy. Ask for someone else. He represents everything that's wrong with the car sales industry.