After a good month off, Toyota and Nissan re-joined the incentives war just in time for Memorial Day. Those deals are over now, but if you didn't pick up a new 2011 Toyota Camry or Tundra, never fear. Breaking out the big guns, Toyota zero percent financing is back for many models.
Hoping for a strong June so they can roll into the 4th of July, Toyota is offering a host of rebates, lease specials, and yes, zero percent financing. The 2011 Toyota Camry rebates and incentives include 0-percent financing for 60 months and lease rate specials starting under $200 a month.
Want a truck? Toyota incentives and rebates on the Tundra were doubled from last months offering. Now offering a choice of rebates starting at $2,000 or 0% financing it's a deal good enough to grab a paper and locate their nearest Toyota dealer.
New 2011 Toyota Corolla, Sienna, Highlander, Venza and Avalon all have various levels of rebates and lease specials offered, as well as 0 percent financing. However, if you were hoping for sale signs hanging on the Prius Hybrid, get used to disappointment.
All local Toyota offers and incentives exclude hybrids, so if you were hoping to get the best deal on a hybrid its back to checking LotPro used Toyota Prius for sale listings. We even have some in Toyota dealerships in Mississippi.
And if you were looking at Toyota used cars for sale other than those listed because you couldn't afford new, you might want to consider waiting. Well unless it's for a hybrid. Toyota has said that some cars not currently having offers due to limited inventory stock, such as their Lexus lineup will be getting their turn when inventory levels improve. So keep checking 2011 Toyota rebates and incentives for them.
Get on down to your Toyota dealer in Los Angeles if you're looking to get in on these deals for cars like the new 2011 Toyota Corolla, or where your local car lot is. Don't know where that is? Use our Toyota dealer locator to find dealerships in your area.
Remember, these deals end after the 4th of July. And while Toyota maybe getting production back to normal levels, there still aren't as many 2011 Toyota Camry as in year past, so get down to your Toyota dealerships in Mississippi, Texas, New York, or where ever you shop before all that's left is used Toyota cars for sale.