Toyota Low Interest Finance

Toyota has deals on HiLux, the Kluger family wagon and the Yaris, Corolla, Prius and locally built Hybrid Camry passenger cars for Christmas.

Toyota is offering Australian motorists an early Christmas with substantially improved value on key models and low-interest finance offers.

Under the spotlight are Australia’s favourite ute, HiLux, the Kluger family wagon and the Yaris, Corolla, Prius and locally built Hybrid Camry passenger cars.

While some lenders are under fire for raising interest rates, Toyota has dramatically cut the cost of finance on Yaris YR and Corolla Ascent five-door hatches, as well as Hybrid Camry and Prius.

The four-year Toyota Finance Advantage deal is available with a comparison interest rate of just 2.9 per cent^ for purchases between now and January 31 next year, by approved private buyers and certain ABN holders.

Separately, Toyota has improved Corolla values by up to $2,410 and Yaris by as much as $1,700 by adding features and repositioning prices.

Yaris prices now start at $14,990* for the YR 3-door manual – the same level as five years ago – while the most affordable Corolla, the Ascent manual hatch, now starts at $20,990* – back to the price of May 2007.

Family wagon buyers also benefit from Toyota’s improved value, with the Kluger gaining fresh styling, comfort and convenience – as well as price reductions of up to $1,000*.

The top-of-the-line HiLux 4×4 Double Cab turbo-diesel SR5 – which doubles as a workhorse and family car – gains vehicle stability control, traction control and 17-inch alloy wheels (previously 15-inch) – all without a price increase.

Toyota’s senior executive director sales and marketing David Buttner said the country’s top-selling automotive brand was focused on delivering value to customers.

“People in the market for a new vehicle should know that Toyota is serious about competing, and that we do not take our market-leading position for granted,” Mr Buttner said.

“We have a renewed determination to meet consumer expectations on price, specification and benefits, as well as continuing to deliver on the promise of Toyota’s traditional quality, durability and reliability.

“We have been able to add value and introduce strong retail offers with the support of our nationwide dealer network and our parent company in Japan.”

Toyota is on track to end the year with more than 200,000 sales – a level never achieved by any other car company in Australia.

^ For full details of the Toyota Finance Advantage offer, visit toyota.com.au/special-offers.
* Manufacturer’s list prices exclude dealer delivery, government and statutory charges.

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  1. Remeber nothing is for free. If the Toyota Advantage Rate is below the cash rate or the short-term money market rate then who is paying for the difference?

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