Toyota and Nissan Will Offer More Incentives Soon
As production slowly starts getting back to normal, Japanese carmakers Nissan and Toyota have announced they will be introducing new sales incentives soon.
Nissan says its factories in Japan and North America have recovered more quickly than rivals Toyota and Honda, and thus plan to offer attractive new car deals toward the end of May.
We're expecting 0% financing on several models plus some attractive cash-back rebates thrown in.
Toyota also plans to offer new deals on some of their vehicles, specifically the Camry, Corolla, Highlander, Avalon, Venza, and Sienna - saying production at its North American plants has rebounded faster than expected.
Nissan had 175,913 cars on showroom floors at the beginning of May. Toyota had 277,658 vehicles waiting to be sold, while Honda had 172,487.
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- Gregg Fidan
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