I went to Heffner Toyota to look at a car that I saw advertised on Autotrader just today. I'd been looking for this particular year, make and model car every day for the last week and didn't see this ad listed until today. I went straight to the dealer to look at it only to be told when I got there that it had already been sold but the salesperson "couldn't tell me when it had been sold". This car probably generated a LOT of interest (it was a good deal; that's why I was so keen to look at it) So, I suspect they purposely re-posted this ad after they knew it had already been sold simply to lure customers like me in so they could employ the "bait and switch" tactic to upsell me into a different vehicle; something more expensive or even new. I suspect they employ this tactic whenever they get a vehicle in that generates a LOT of inquiries for this purpose. I went straight home after being told that the vehicle had been sold and did another search. Surprise, surprise - the listing for that particular car was now gone. If they were able to take the listing down so quickly why didn't they do that right after it was sold? And, why wasn't I able to find a listing for this ad all week until today AFTER it had already been sold? There was another similar vehicle that they had placed an ad for on Autotrader (again, I did not see this ad posted until today). That car was also nowhere to be found on the lot. Shysters. Why can't car dealerships just operate morally and ethically? Why do they think they always have to employ shady business practices in order to drum up business and sell cars to people? Dealers like this don't deserve your business, people. Vote with your wallets and go elsewhere.