Toyota Deals: Buy or Lease a Toyota

Toyota Financing, Cash Back, and Lease Offers for December 2016

Toyota's December deals include purchase and lease offers on almost every model in its lineup. Toyota lease deals are typically for three years, carry monthly payments under $300, and require less than $3,000 due at signing. Toyota purchase deals include low- or no-interest financing on many models, and there are several cash-back offers if you prefer to secure your own financing. Whether you're considering a large car like the Avalon, a minivan like the Sienna, or even a compact truck like the Tacoma, there's probably a Toyota deal for you.

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Last Updated: Dec 07, 2016

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There are plenty of lease deals to go around this December. If you need a reliable family sedan, you might be interested in the 2017 Toyota Camry, which can be yours for $189 per month for three years with $1,799 due at signing in some regions. The Camry isn't the only midsize car with a solid lease deal this month, however. You can get the 2017 Hyundai Sonata for $199 per month for three years with $2,399 due at signing. Honda is offering the 2017 Accord for $199 per month for three years with $1,999 due at signing. All three vehicles place in the top half of our midsize car rankings, but by choosing the Camry you'll save $550 over the life of the deal versus the Accord, and you'll save nearly $1,000 compared to the Sonata.

Need a new full size truck to help with hauling firewood this winter? Check out Toyota's purchase deals, which include zero percent financing for five years on the 2017 Tundra (starting at $30,020) in some parts of the country. For comparison, Nissan is offering the 2017 Titan (starting at $29,580) with zero percent financing for five years plus $500 bonus cash. Because of the lower starting price and the bonus cash, the Titan is almost $1,000 less than the Tundra, even though both feature zero percent financing. It's also worth noting that the Titan outperforms the Tundra in our full-size truck rankings.

Before you head to the dealership, check out our Toyota page, where you can see the average price paid for the model you’re interested in. Then use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find the best local prices in your area. Since Toyota deals vary by region, it might be worth driving to get the best deal. Also, cross-shop car deals just as you would cars by taking a look at our list of Best Car Deals.

Deals listed are from Toyota’s manufacturer site using representative ZIP codes. While we work to keep Toyota deals up to date and accurate, deals may vary depending on your location. The best source of current discounts and incentives on a new Toyota is your local Toyota dealer. Use the forms below to contact a Toyota dealer near you.

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