If you're one of those lucky few planning on graduating at the end of the semester, some congratulations are in order. After gritting it out for so long and finally getting over the hump of having to pay for anymore college classes you might be checking out what new cars for sale provide any reward for your recent achievement. Several do, but one is better than the others.
Most dealers if they offer any college graduate incentives, it usually is at most $500. Not a terrible offer, but certainly not as attractive as you might wish after all that hard work. Your local Scion dealers however have a slightly better offer for you. Offering $1,000 rebate on purchase or lease of any Scion xB, xD, iQ, or tC Scion sedan.
The doubled up offer is a fairly generous one considering we haven't exactly seen many 2011 Scion incentives. Toyota prefers to keep the pricing on the Scion lineup haggle free, so the low price you see at your local Scion dealers is what you get. No beating around the salesman or being surprised by equipment package pricing. If only more new cars for sale were like that.
So how far does your $1,000 Scion Graduation incentive get you? The price of a sub compact Scion iQ is $15,995 while the larger Scion sedan, the four door Scion xD is $16,075 for a manual or an extra $800 for an automatic. If you need a bit more leg room or just have more stuff to carry then the Scion xB is up to the task at $17,030 for a manual and $17,980 for an automatic.
Of course if you want something a bit more fun to drive after all those years of hitting the books then you maybe more interested in finding a Scion tC for sale. The squared top coupe is the most expensive of the Scion lineup starts at $19,305 for a manual Scion tC and finishes at $20,305 for the automatic version. Of course if the sale price of any of these cars still seems too high for you, maybe you should take the $1,000 Grad rebate and apply it towards a lease? Either way, hats off to you. You earned it.