I was interested in a Pacifica Hybrid. On their website as well as with autotrader.com and with cargurus.com, there was a pacifica hybrid for $40,069. I contacted the dealer and spoke to sales person, Ren. He confirmed this and stated that this car was in transit. There was another car which was priced at $46,___. He told me I could come and check it out. I told him why was there a $6,000 difference in the two and he said he did not know. He then said that we could price match that for you since it is the same car. I repeated his statement to him and he confirmed what he said. Then I was interested in coming to look at the car. The dealer called me several times to confirm my arrival and I arrived. There was another sales person there, Eric. Eric said that he has no idea what I was talking about regarding the price match. He said that he would show us the car. After seeing the car, he went to talk to his manager to see if he could price match this car for us. The manager told us that Ren had made a mistake and that the price online was that of a discount incentive on regular pacifica. We had driven for 1hour and 11 minutes out of our way, with a 2 year old to hear this. It was a very disappointing trip and error. We also felt that there is a possibility of lying because such practices are common with car dealerships to get customers to come into their stores. Buyers, beware of false prices advertised online to get you into their.