should have just said...mention the **** warranty again...and deal is off, i'm out of here. yes, it does work. Toyota tried this same tactic few years back when getting the ex a new car. we were on our way out. (it was a company car that she got an allowance for....it's replaced every 2 years, regardless of mileage. kept telling the finance guy this...no need for warranty, we are replacing it in two years). kept trying to ram it down our throats..as well as tire/wheel protection, rustproofing...interior protection, glass etching.
i said, if a toyota needs all that after only 2 years of ownership, guess this will be last toyota we purchase (and it was).
hiding from those who might be looking for me