Incentives in January?

Does Toytoa or other makers typically offer any incentives such as low financing or other in December....or in January?

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trs80 wrote:

They offer deals on models which are slow moving or hard to sell. Right now they have had deals on V8 Toyotas. If you have to search for a car to buy or have it ordered from the factory, they aren't going to be offering rebates for you to take it off their hands. I can't remember ever seeing a rebate deal on a Camry.
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I got a rebate of $1000 on my Camry LE but it WAS getting toward the end of the model year (and oh, yeah, it was 1998).
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TOYOTATHON YEAR END SALES EVENT. from buyatoyota.com website 2006 - 2007 Corolla: Cash Back 2007 Highlander: Cash Back or APR or Lease (excludes hybrid model) 2007 Highlander: APR (Hybrid models only) 2007 4Runner: Cash Back 2007 Sequoia: Cash Back 2006 Sienna: Cash Back or APR 2006 Tacoma: Cash Back 2006 Tundra: Cash Back or APR (excludes V6 model) 2006 Tundra: Cash Back or APR (excludes V8 models)
but this may depend on your location.
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The average Toyota rebate is about $900. Better to buy before year's end. But the 07 Camry has transmissions that can skip gears.
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