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Toyota Offering Great Deals on 2011 Models

December 16, 2010

Toyota DealsIf you're looking for a 2011 Toyota, or trying to lease, Toyotathon is a good opportunity overall.

The recently redesigned 2011 Highlander already has a $500 cash-back deal and an attractive lease rate of $319 per month. In fact, all of Toyota's lease rates are excellent.

These lease deals ask for less than $2,000 due at signing, so you're paying a lot less up-front compared with most competitors, especially for Toyota's pickup, minivan and crossovers.

Plus, in some regions, there's a "$0 Down Payment, $0 Security Deposit, $0 Due at Signing, $0 1st Month's Payment" deal for those who lease.

If you're financing, most models offer 0% to 2.9% for 60 months.

With nearly 60% of Toyota's inventory consisting of 2011 model years, almost all remaining 2010s have lost their incentives.

Most deals below expire Jan. 3.

Toyota: Cash-Back or APR Financing Deals

  • 2010 Yaris: $500 cash back, or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2010 Corolla S: $1,000 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2010 Prius: $1,000 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2011 Camry (includes Camry Hybrid ): $1,250 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2011 Sienna (excludes XLE/Limited): $1,000 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2011 Tacoma: $500 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2011 Highlander (excludes Highlander Hybrid): $500 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months
  • 2011 RAV4: $500 or 0%-2.9% up to 60 months

    Lease Deals

  • 2011 Camry: $179-$189 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
  • 2011 Corolla LE: $149-$169 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
  • 2011 Tundra CrewMax: $479 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
  • 2011 Tundra 4X4 Double Cab: $419 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
  • 2011 Sienna LE: $329 for 36 months, $1, 999 due at signing
  • 2011 RAV4: $199 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
  • 2010 Prius: $199-$209 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
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    My Recommendation for Car Shoppers

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    California Residents - Important:

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    - Gregg Fidan

    Gregg Fidan

    About: Gregg Fidan

    Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.

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