My poor old car was on its last leg and my hubby was concerned about me driving something that wasn't dependable. So, I located a vehicle online that looked like what we wanted and was in a price range I was willing to consider. We drove an hour and 45 minutes to this dealership. When we got there the vehicle we wanted to see wouldn't start... they put a charger on it and drove it around the lot. It wouldn't stay running, so they determined it needed a new battery. They replaced the battery and we finally got to test drive it, only to find more issues with it. We noticed another vehicle on the lot and DH asked about it. The price on it was INSANE according to the salesman's price sheet he had with him. He went and asked the manager who determined it was a typo and dropped the price down $6000. We test drive the vehicle and liked it. We haggle on the prices and get to the point where they won't budge any more. I caved and we bought it. They took forever (we were there from 10:30am to 4:30pm... I wish I would have walked out now looking back). Now, this is the part I'm upset about. I looked online and the truck is still listed... for $1752 less than what they told me it started at! How can they advertise one price and quote me a different price? I am feeling very used and angry right now... Am I somewhat justified in my anger? I mean, I know it was my choice to accept it and I could have walked out, so I do understand that I have responsibility in this. Really, it may not have made any difference in the final result... I suppose if they used this price on the vehicle, they would have just offered me less on my trade to get the same result. It's just the fact that they told me one price and advertised another that really irks me.I feel like calling and telling them how I feel or writing a letter to the editor at their local paper or something! I doubt I will do either, though.