College Graduate Rebate

Facing life after graduation can be exciting — and a bit uncertain. That’s why we at Toyota of Gastonia are here to help. If you’re a recent college grad, the Toyota College Grade Rebate was designed for you. Discover what this deal entails and how to qualify for it.

Details About The Rebate

The Toyota College Grad Rebate guarantees a $500 rebate on select new Toyota models for recent graduates when they finance or lease through Toyota Financial Services. Additionally, no payments for 90 days are necessary for select finance programs.

To qualify for the program you need proof of graduation in the past two years or the next six months. We’ll also need to see proof of employment. The rebate is valid for contracts signed between April 2 and July 8, 2019.

You can use the Toyota College Grad Rebate on all Prius models, as well as select Corolla and RAV4 models. These are some of the most efficient, modern, and desirable models in the Toyota lineup.

Commence With The Savings

Contact us at Toyota of Gastonia to speak with one of our Financial Services staff members. We’ll help guide you through the financing process so you can bring home a new Toyota as soon as possible. And make sure to ask about our optional programs available through Toyota Financial Services, to assist you in caring for your new vehicle’s service needs.

You can also stop by our dealership to test-drive a Prius, Corolla, or RAV4 for yourself. We’ll help match you with the right model to suit your budget and needs.

Take The First Step 

Start the next chapter of your life on a solid footing when you take advantage of the Toyota College Grad Rebate at Toyota of Gastonia. This unique offering will make it easier to finance a new Toyota vehicle so you can drive into your independent future with confidence.

 

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