Military discounts on cars are pretty similar manufacturer to manufacturer. Most offer an extra $500 off in rebates to active service men and women. And while every little bit helps when you're checking car search engines trying to find a new car in your down time it certainly not as impressive when you see rebates for thousands off on other cars under $20000.
Military Incentives For Scion
Well good news for anyone who felt a $500 military rebate wasn't cutting it; Scion has stepped to the plate and is doubling what everyone else is offering with a $1000 military rebate to active service members. A pretty solid offering considering the entire Scion lineup consists of cars under $20000 and this extra $1k in rebates will put the base Scion xD in the cars under $15000 range.
And since Toyota rarely offers incentives on Scions, there are few other ways to pay below the Scion tC invoice price. Or if the tC is to small and you have been checking car search engines for a new car more suited to start a family in the Scion xB is one to consider. Starting at $16,000 it has the most interior space in the Scion family.
Scion Cars For Under $15000
Of course if cost is the major concern, then you have two choices after rebate for cars under $15000, with only the Scion tC invoice price failing to fall below that threshold. The base price of the xB of course drops from $16k to $15k, and the Scion xD drops from a base price of $15,110 to just $14,110. Which considering it gets 27 city and 33 highway will easily get your money out of compared to other 35 mpg coupes.
The only unfortunate is that retired military personnel are not eligible. Only current active duty U.S. Military members of the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, Coast Guard and Active Reserve qualify. Still as far as Military discounts on cars go this is one to consider taking advantage of, especially if you are in the market for an affordable family startup car or a 35 mpg coupe. And let's face it, who deserves it more then the outstanding men and women of the armed forces?