Toyota Deals: Buy or Lease a Toyota
Toyota Financing, Cash Back, and Lease Offers for March 2017
This March, Toyota is offering deals on just about every model in its lineup. There are plenty of Toyota lease deals; most are for three years and have payments under $300 with less than $3,000 due at signing. Toyota also has purchase deals on nearly every model in its lineup, most of which have low- or no-interest financing for up to six years. If you prefer to secure your own financing, you can get cash back with your purchase on many Toyota models. And if you're unsure whether to buy or lease, check out our Buying vs. Leasing guide. Read more
Last Updated: Mar 16, 2017
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Toyota lease deals are there for the taking this March. Large-car shoppers may want to look to the 2017 Avalon, which is available for $329 per month for three years with $3,599 due at signing in some areas. But this isn’t the only large car deal out there, and many competitors have better offers. You can get the 2017 Chevrolet Impala for $279 per month for 39 months with $3,489 due at signing. Nissan is offering the 2017 Maxima for $229 per month for three years with $3,125 due at signing. The 2017 Kia Cadenza can be yours for $299 per month for three years with $2,499 due at signing. You’ll save at least $1,000 by choosing any of those three rivals over the Avalon (much more for the Maxima and Cadenza), and if you choose the Impala, you’ll also have a lease term that’s three months longer.
What better way to spend your March Madness winnings than by buying a new vehicle? Toyota is offering the 2017 RAV4 (starting at $24,910) with zero percent financing for five years. That’s the same deal Ford is offering on the 2017 Escape (starting at ($23,750), so the only difference in cost comes from the starting prices. The RAV4 offer is slightly better than Kia’s deal on the 2017 Sportage (starting at $23,200), which is 0.9 percent financing for five years. However, because of the Sportage’s lower starting price, it still ends up costing nearly $1,200 less. The 2017 GMC Terrain (starting at $24,070) is one compact SUV that doesn’t have as good of a deal; it’s available with 3.9 percent financing for five years. The Terrain will end up costing you about $1,600 more than the RAV4.
Before you head to the dealership, check out our Toyota page, where you can see the average price paid for the model you’re interested in. Then use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find the best local prices in your area. Since Toyota deals vary by region, it might be worth driving to get the best deal. Also, cross-shop car deals just as you would cars by taking a look at our list of Best Car Deals.
Deals listed are from Toyota’s manufacturer site using representative ZIP codes. While we work to keep Toyota deals up to date and accurate, deals may vary depending on your location. The best source of current discounts and incentives on a new Toyota is your local Toyota dealer. Use the forms below to contact a Toyota dealer near you.
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