I found a 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser on CarGurus that is being advertised as the Trail Teams Ultimate edition. It most definitely is not the Ultimate Edition. Therefore, the dealer advertising needs to be corrected. Is there a way to address such issues other than acting like an interested customer?

Asked by Jun 15, 2017 at 04:04 PM about the 2014 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4WD

Question type: General

Dealer is misinformed about 2014 Toyota Trail Teams Ultimate Edition.  Dealers
need to be experts on products they advertise for sale.  That is, unless dealer
is intentionally misrepresenting the vehicle and intentionally false advertising.

2 Answers

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Your asking too much IMO. Dealers are in the business to get customers to pay the maximum for a vehicle. Some are better than others. That's why you do some research. I'm glad your able to discern the difference and not be taken. It's frustrating I know, but be patient and keep looking.

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There are dealers whom are not advertising properly. Some will out right lie. You can send a message to the cargurus team. They will read it. If enough messages are being sent in, the site should add a script to prevent those dealers from posting.

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