Toyota will offer fleet incentives for 17 of its 2017 model-year cars, trucks, and SUVs to commercial and government fleets.
For its car incentives, Toyota will offer $900 for its Prius hybrid, $500 for the Prius C, $700 for the Prius V, $3,000 for the Prius Prime, $800 for the compact Corolla, $500 for the Corolla iM, $1,200 for the Camry mid-size sedan and Camry Hybrid, and $800 for the Avalon full-size sedan and Avalon Hybrid. Toyota will offer commercial fleets $500 for the Yaris LB subcompact sedan. Toyota won't offer the Yaris incentive to government fleets.
Toyota is still determining the incentive for its Mirai fuel-cell sedan, and isn't offering an incentive for the 86 sports car that replaces the Scion FR-S for the 2017-MY.
For its truck incentives, Toyota is offering $1,500 for the Tundra full-size pickup. Toyota is not offering an incentive for the Tacoma.
For its SUV and van incentives, Toyota is offering $1,000 for the Sienna minivan; $800 for the RAV4, $600 for the RAV4 Hybrid, $600 for the 4Runner mid-size SUV, and $500 for the Sequia large SUV. Toyota is not offering an incentive for the Highlander mid-size SUV that's being refreshed, Highlander Hybrid, or Land Cruiser luxury large SUV.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet
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