Celebrate your graduation with Toyota's new college rebate!

Toyota's college rebate allows you to celebrate your graduation in style!

LEXINGTON, Mass., May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Toyota wants recent college grads to celebrate their graduation by getting behind the wheel of a new Toyota vehicle, and the automaker is doing so by offering an excellent rebate opportunity! This rebate is a reward for a student's hard work and efforts at university, allowing them to put their degree to work soon after graduation! 

This rebate is for up to $1250 for new and select Toyota models when financed or leased through a Toyota dealership and Toyota Financial Services, and is only available for eligible upcoming college grads, recent grads, or similar individuals.  

The rebate's terms state the following: no monthly payments for the first 90 days on select finance programs, competitive APRs on all new and untitled Toyota vehicles, as well as Toyota Certified Used Vehicles. This $1250 rebate is available for the Toyota C-HR, Corolla, Corolla iM, Prius Prime, Prius c, RAV4, and RAV4 Hybrid. 

However, to qualify for this rebate, students need to meet several specific requirements. These requirements include things like having proof of graduation in the past two years or in the next six months, proof of employment or future employment, and have income sufficient enough to cover both living expenses and vehicle payments. These are just the basic requirements to qualify for the rebate, and more might be added to fit a student's specific circumstances. 

College students interested in taking advantage of this rebate are encouraged to contact Lexington Toyota at 781-861-7400, or to visit the dealership in person at 409 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington, MA 02420 today! 

Media Contact: Jeffery Penta, Lexington Toyota, 781-861-7400, jeff_penta@lexingtontoyota.com

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SOURCE Lexington Toyota



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