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Toyota Offers 2018-MY Fleet Incentives

June 01, 2017, by Paul Clinton

Photo of 2018 Camry and Camry Hybrid courtesy of Toyota.
Photo of 2018 Camry and Camry Hybrid courtesy of Toyota.

Toyota will offer fleet incentives for 21 of its 2018 model-year cars, trucks, and SUVs to commercial purchasers, including the Camry and Camry Hybrid that will enter its eighth-generation.

For its car incentives, Toyota will offer $1,600 for the Avalon, $1,000 for the Camry, $1,400 for the Corolla, $500 for the Corolla iM, $500 for the Yaris iA, and $500 for the Yaris LB.

For its gasoline-electric hybrids, Toyota will offer $1,600 for the Avalon Hybrid, $1,000 for the Camry Hybrid, $700 for the Highlander Hybrid, $1,000 for the Prius, $1,000 for the Prius C, $700 for the Prius V, $2,000 for the Prius Prime PHEV, and $800 for the RAV4 Hybrid.

For its truck incentives, Toyota will offer $1,500 for the Tundra and $500 for the Tacoma.

For its SUV and van incentives, Toyota will offer $700 for the Highlander, $1,000 for the RAV4, $500 for the Sequoia large SUV, and $1,500 for the Sienna minivan.

Toyota is offering incentives on its Mirai fuel cell sedan that are not being published at this time.

Toyota isn't offering incentives for the 86 sports car, C-HR subcompact SUV, and Land Cruiser luxury large SUV. The C-HR is a new entry to the lineup. The Land Cruiser requires pre-approval for purchase.

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