Graduating College? Toyota will give you $1,000 to buy or lease a new car

Toyota Financial Services and Toyota Motor Sales announced today that they will offer qualified College Graduates a $1,000 rebate toward a lease or purchase of a new Toyota car including the Corolla, Matrix, RAV4, Camry (not the Camry hybrid), Tacoma, Yaris or any new Scion model.

“Toyota and Scion vehicles are some of the most popular vehicles among young adults, but more than that, they serve as a dependable way for new graduates to get to new jobs and start their careers,” said Mike Groff, TFS Group Vice President of Sales, Product and Marketing. “We recognize it’s a tough time to be entering this economy, so we hope this $1,000 rebate, which can be coupled with other incentives, saves these new grads some money and gets them going on the right path.”

Qualified college grads are also eligible for the College Graduate Finance program which offers, no money down when financing and no monthly payments for the first 90 days when leasing, a security deposit waiver for lease and complimentary roadside assistance for one year.

The College Rebate Program ends on March 31, 2010 for Toyota models and Sept. 30, 2009 for Scion cars.

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– By: The Daily Auto Editor