I purchased a 2013 Toyota Camry SE today from this dealership. I was greeted like they really appreciated me stopping by even though I had told them that I was considering other dealerships also. That sometimes makes some dealers say you don't need to compare; we can beat their price. Not here, actually I had already compared two dealerships in the area and attempted to make a deal in one, but was treated like I was a moron as they wanted me to ""give"" them my trade in vehicle. The sales manager at this other dealership actually said after giving me a ""low ball"" offer on my car, ""you didn't say you wanted my best price."" (yeah, right I wanted the worst offer you could give -- at least that is what I received.) Really, I thought that type of salesmanship (or non salesmanship might be better) had disappeared after the 70s at the latest. Anyhow he upped his price by 1530 dollars just like that and said disgustingly ""I am done"" but I refused and sold my car to a local CarMax for several hundred more than they offered So thanks to their rude and ridiculous behavior, I had my money and went to Toyota of Greer and what a breath of fresh air and friendliness that really amazed me after my unhealthy ordeal yesterday. I had contacted them through the Internet the previous night and was greeted by the general sales manager who immediately started working with me and had a salesman bring the car up that I was interested in purchasing and then I took it for a test drive. Well, to make a long story short, I am very thankful for the rude manager at the other dealership as I was a cash buyer now and saved $3678 dollars from their first non best offer and $1419 dollars from their best offer. Had I gone back with my cash to that dealer today, it still would have been over 1100 dollars more. Believe me, it does pay to shop when you have a car in mind that your wanting to buy. The little bit of negotiation we did at Toyota of Greer was fair, quick, and nobody getting upset and walking away saying, ""I am done."" The time for the business end of the deal was very reasonable and the car was cleaned up in a short time and my wife was on her way home in her new car and I drove my other vehicle. If your looking for a new Toyota or a used vehicle, I highly recommend you give them an opportunity to fill your needs for your next vehicle. I was greeted by the service department as well as other workers who apparently love their job and it shows by their attitude towards a customer. By the way, this is the first time I had been in there to purchase an automobile and probably won't by my last. I have purchased between 60 and 70 automobiles in my life time (all for personal use) so I am not a novice at this side of the table. Do yourself a favor and after you have checked other Toyota dealers give Toyota of Greer a chance to earn your business.