I have observed the following Toyota dealer sales practices which are very disturbing to me: The dealer advertises 20% on any 2011 Prius in stock. The buyer computes what their cost would be at this great discount which attracts them to the dealer. In these times the buyer can get a very low finance interest at their bank or perhaps because the buyer has the funds in the bank earning very low interest, might want to pay cash. Then the dealer tells the buyer after they want to buy the car (YOU MUST FINANCE THROUGH THE DISTRIBUTOR FINANCE) or else pay a $2000. fee. This dealer/distributor relationship finance interest rate is much higher than at the buyers bank, so they never really can actually get the 20% off. In addition the dealer has preinstalled overpriced accessories or service packages which are unwanted, a high dealer service fee etc. Another one is where the dealer publishes a discount coupon which the buyer must present immediately upon entering the dealership. This amount on the coupon is simply subtracted from the buyers trade in which the buyer never really gets the discount.