Toyota Announces October Incentives

2010 - 2011 Toyota Camry
Throughout the summer Toyota offered fairly generous incentives on its vehicles to compensate for its flagging sales, which were caused by a deluge of safety recalls.

For October Toyota’s incentives are fine-tuned to get rid of its remaining 2010-model-year inventory and other slow-moving vehicles. These incentives are good through Nov. 1, but it’s important to note that some regions and dealer groups have opted out of the incentive programs, changed the terms or shifted incentive money from one model to another that’s weak in their specific region.

For instance, the Los Angeles region has an incentive on some models of no down payment, no security deposit, no money due at signing and no first month’s payment deal. The Chicago area has a $1,000 cash-back offer for recent college grads when they buy or lease select Toyotas as well as special lease rates.

To find detailed incentives, go to buyatoyota.com for the current offers in your area.

Below you’ll find a list of incentives on current Toyota vehicles.

Available National Incentives

Toyota cars

  • 2011 Camry Hybrid: $1,000 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2011 Camry sedan: $800 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Corolla (excludes S): $750 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Matrix: $750 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Prius: $525 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Venza: $500 cash back or special lease  
  • 2010 Yaris: $500 cash back or special APR 

Toyota trucks  

  • 2010 Tundra: $750 cash back, special APR or special lease 
  • 2011 Tundra: $1,750 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Tundra CrewMax: $1,500 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2011 Tundra CrewMax: $2,250 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Highlander: $750 cash back, special APR or special lease  
  • 2010 Highlander Hybrid: $2,000 cash back or special APR  
  • 2010 RAV4: $500 cash back, special APR or special lease 
  • 2011 RAV4: Special lease 
  • 2011 Sienna LE: Special lease

*Lease and finance deals vary by region and year/model/trim availability. Higher lease rates apply for lessees with lower credit ratings. Lease excludes taxes, titles and fees.

Comments 

Paul

Desperate times indeed.

Tony

It is good time to buy Toyota. It has been for the last 2 years. Before the dealers were wiping their feet on you, now it is buyer's market. You can buy pretty much anything at big discount. Anything but Sonata

desperate times for all......

Rick

Smart people take advantage of opportunities like this while average Joe's sit on the sideline.

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