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Best Toyota Incentives for February

February 23, 2012

With Honda offering good lease and finance incentives this month, Toyota doesn't want to be left behind, so they're also offering their own deals.

In addition to 0% financing for up to 36 months, Toyota is also offering attractive lease deals on several popular models.

Most of the leases are for 39 months, with 12,000 miles allowance per year.

Note that all Toyotas currently come standard with 2 years of free maintenance or up to 25,000 miles, whichever comes first. This could save you a few hundred dollars.

Here are the current deals:

  • 2012 Toyota Avalon XLS$450/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Camry SE$259/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan, 48 months
  • 2012 Toyota Corolla LE$229/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Prius Two - $299/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Venza LE- $339/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Tacoma Dbl Cab PreRunner - $319/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Tundra Dbl Cab - $395/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan, up to , 60 months, $500 cash bonus
  • 2012 Toyota Highlander - $329/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota RAV4 - $299/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan
  • 2012 Toyota Sienna LE - $379/month lease w/$0 down or 0% APR loan

Be sure to use the free CarWoo Negotiation Tool when you're ready to close a deal.

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