If we could give minus stars, we would. Our family has tried out Toyota of Greer twice around 2005 and 2006. We are NEVER going to Toyota of Greer again for any reason. My young brother-in-law took his car in for maintenance. When he took it home, they noticed that the dealership were overzealous with his tire lug nuts and they were stripped. His father took him back in with his vehicle to see if Toyota could do something about it the next day, and instead of apologizing for what they did, they denied they would make such a mistake and they mocked my brother-in-law for not being man enough to come back on his own and bringing his father. The second time we went in, my mother was in a desperate situation. B/c of Katrina, her home was wiped out, her car was flooded and she had only $8,000 to spare. We looked and looked for a car and found an advertised used car at Greer Toyota that looked possible. We looked at the Kelly Blue book for the value of the car and we went in to take a look. First, we stood there forever before someone even acknowledged us (despite the gaggle of salesmen standing around smoking) and even then, the saleman who was assigned us (from the smoking group) did not look happy to take us on. The car upon review did not look very nice externally (lots of scratches and dings) and kind of smelly. But we were desperate so we actually went ahead and began initiating discussion of the sale. But he was completely unwilling to talk about the price at all, which was highly inflated for such a badly used car. So we showed him our blue book print out in an attempt to have a rational discussion on price - he got soo mad at us for having obviously done some preliminary research he YELLED at us that we were being ridiculous, pounded the table a couple of times, huffed and then actually walked away from us. I believe he was irritated he could not bully 2 women into paying an exorbitant sum for a shoddy car. Luckily for us, Toyota of Spartanburg found us a much nicer Camry that same day - no haggle no pressure.