***Dealership lied about Certification & tried to sell car for $5,175 over NADA clean retail value!!!**** Went to buy an '06 Toyota RAV4 (VIN# JTMZD33V865020111) listed as $16,892. Asked about certification. Was told it was not certified, but they could certify it for $600. Sat down with them to talk numbers. They added the $600 certification, TT&L and offered to sell it for $19,900. I looked at the Carfax report and it said the car was offered for sale as a preowned certified dealer on 26 March 2011. Pointed this out to the salesman, Leo, & Assit. mgr, Cade. They lied and said it meant the car was "elligible for certification." I pointed out the vehicle was way over retail value and Cade told me that "Used vehicles are like snowflakes so you really can't put a price on one." We left. I called in a complaint to Toyota's Corporate office because I knew word would get back to the dealership. The next day they called me back to try to lower their offer. I told the representative that I was upset because they lied about the certification. He told me that he didn't know they lied about the extra $300-$400 certification fee (they said it was $600). I told him I had already bought a car from their dealership & was really upset about their dishonesty. I also said that I would be sure to post about my experience all over the internet. The representative told me that I should realize that 1 customer's complaints will not impact their business. The next day the Gen Manager, "Rocky" called to "apologize" he admitted they tried to sell me a vehicle already certified and charge a certification fee. He told me that he would call me back later with an offer to make it up to me. He didn't call back for over 7 hours so trying to give him the benefit of the doubt I called him back. He told me that he couldn't offer me a better deal on the car because they got it for over retail value so it would be a loss for him. I told him that I am evaluating him for honesty as well. He promised to call me back before 10am today. I am posting this at 10:01am, so obviously he is not honest as well. I filed a BBB complaint against the business, but I am sure they will consider his "apology" as making a good faith effort to resolve complaint. The BBB site shows 13 complaints against them in the past 3 years, only 1 of the complaints was acknowledged as resolved by the customer. We happily bought our Toyota RAV4 from Grubbs Nissan, but would suggest Freeman Toyota as well.