Toyota direct did not honor their advertised price on multiple websites. They advertised a price of MSRP and initially offered us that price but as we went to sign the contract they increased the price by $3,000. they also listed the new increased price as MSRP, which it clearly wasn't. They also practiced bait and switch tactics as well as drip pricing. By forcing us to purchase additional options such as polymer coatings, forcing us to have a trade-in, and forcing us to finance a vehicle that we wanted to pay cash for. None of this was listed in their advertised 3rd party site or on their website. Then they said they wouldn't sell us the vehicle after having a signed contract. We assume this is because they could sell it to someone else for more even more over MSRP. I feel these practices break Ohio laws OAC Rule 109:4-3-16 B4, 5, 9 & 17 as well as Section 5 of the FTC Act, 15 U.S.C. § 45, and FTC Guides Against Bait Advertising, 16 C.F.R.