Posts Tagged ‘Toyota Incentives’
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Even through March is only half way over, Toyota’s sales have been increasing at a rapid pace. An article in Daily Finance explains that Toyota is drawing in customer’s due to both their great incentives and the tremendous loyalty shown by Toyota drivers. Incentives such as 0%APR for 60 months on Toyota’s most popular models have been widely popular with Toyota customers.
The first eight days of March showed a 50% increase in sales when compared to the same time last year. The article attributes much of this due to generous incentives Toyota is offering. The article also noted that many of Toyota’s competitors offering similar incentives failed to lure customers away from Toyota and, in fact, showed smaller sales increases.
Auto industry tracker Edmunds.com predicts that when the monthly books are closed, Toyota’s sales will be up 30% for the month compared to last March. – Daily Finance
Gresham Toyota is offering great incentives and would like nothing more than to see you drive away in your dream vehicle today! Check out our great offers on cars such as this 2010 Toyota Prius and this 2009 Toyota Venza. Give us a call today at (800) 613-8730 0r browse our internet specials for the best offers on new and pre-owned vehicles 24/7 on greshamtoyota.com
An informative new article on CNNMoney.com said that Toyota’s incentive program increased customers interest last month. Purchase intent rose to the highest level in 14 months and dealers across the country are seeing customers flock in to check out great deals on all Toyota cars and trucks. The article also notes that Toyota’s handling of the recall and inspection of its vehicles has led to customer retention and also perked the interest of new customers.
Toyota’s new incentive plan appears to have piqued the interest of buyers looking to snag a good deal – CNN Money
The incentive program includes low financing and low lease payments on many new Toyota models including the Avalon, Camry (pictured above) and Corolla. Come on down to Gresham Toyota today and learn more about this incentive program.
We always have great offers on all the best Toyota models, including this 2010 Toyota Highlander Hybrid and this powerful 2010 Toyota Tacoma. You can also browse our internet specials for the best offers on new and pre-owned vehicles 24/7 on our website www.greshamtoyota.com
A recent article published by www.wheelsunplugged.com announced that a Toyota pilot program called ‘Toyota U Trust’ is expanding after receiving an encouraging response.
The program aims to facilitate sales offering customers in India an opportunity to exchange their old cars of any make for a brand new Toyota. The program also caters to customers who want to exchange their cars for pre-owned Toyota vehicles. To further motivate new customers, ‘Toyota U Trust’ will include many value added services such as free car service options and financing options.
Sandeep Singh, deputy managing director at Toyota said, “The used car market in India is almost as big and important as the new car market. Toyota U Trust aims at encouraging the sales of our new compact car – Etios, enhancing dealer profitability, and increasing the residual value of Toyota vehicles, which will in turn help increase the new car sales. We wish to heighten the customer experience and ensure transparency while all customers are treated at par with new car customer. We will cover 20 outlets in 15 cities by the end of 2010.”
Would a similiar program offered in the US be a success? Would new car buyers find free auto service and competitive financing among other value-added features valuable? Let us know what you think!