After receiving a letter from the general manager of Gettel Toyota offering to pay me the full MSRP of my 2002 Toyota Sienna Van when it was purchased in 2002 for a new car that would be be more gas efficient in this economy, I jumped at the chance. I went Gettel Toyota figuring that my MSRP was around $21,000, and a new car would be around $25,000, so I would probably spend around $4,000 to $5,000 and have a newer more economical car. It took 2 sales associates to read the fine print in the letter saying they would deduct for all of the mileage. At 51,000 miles on my 2002 car they offered $3,000, far below the Kelly Blue Book for trades.The letter had many bold paragraphs, which did not relate to what the deal was. I was deceived, and walked out. I have bought 4 cars from them over the years but will never darken the showroom again. I intend to send a copy of the letter to the FTC.