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What you must know before buying the Toyota 4Runner
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  • Both 2014 and 2015 models available
  • Rebates on 2014 model have now expired
  • New incentives this month on 2015 model
  • Finance: 0.0% APR for 36 months
  • Lease: $359/mo for 36 months w/ $1,999 due at signing (2015 model)

Now is the best time to buy the 4Runner while they're still available:

As in the case for last month (and every one preceding it), the Toyota 4Runner continues to be in high demand, especially in the case of the pricey but very desirable Trail model. While Toyota builds around 42,000 of them per year, the rugged body-on-frame, go-anywhere SUVs always seem to sell just as quickly as they are produced.

Current savings on purchase have been dialed back in some national markets this month.

In terms of rebates, well, there are none. Toyota rarely offers them in the case of the 4Runner and this month is a refection of that scenario.

With that being said, this month brings fresh incentives to the table in form of rock-bottom 0.0% APR for 36 months, saving you hundreds of dollars in interest.

Try the TRD Pro for extra capability:

If you’re in the market for a 4Runner, chances are your vehicle choice means you’re looking for some good off-road capability. Toyota has introduced its all-new 4Runner TRD Pro. An extra-rugged suspension comes with 1.5 inches of lift and an inch of additional travel, plus TRD wheels and all manner of enticing body and interior upgrades.

The TRD Pro should now be available to order. If you don’t plan on going off-road much, we suggest buying the more supple 4Runner before the current financing deal expires.

Or choose a great lease:

Current advertised lease specials on the 2015 4Runner offer a good alternative to buying outright. Toyota is now offering the 4Runner at $359 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at lease signing. In some markets, that payment will rise to $379 per month with up to $2,999 due at signing, so check with Toyota for your local deal before deciding if leasing is right for you.

*Incentives may vary by region.

Now is the best time to buy the 4Runner while they're still available:

As in the case for last month (and every one preceding it), the Toyota 4Runner continues to be in high demand, especially in the case of the pricey but very desirable Trail model. While Toyota builds around 42,000 of them per year, the rugged body-on-frame, go-anywhere SUVs always seem to sell just as quickly as they are produced.

Current savings on purchase have been dialed back in some national markets this month.

In terms of rebates, well, there are none. Toyota rarely offers them in the case of the 4Runner and this month is a refection of that scenario.

With that being said, this month brings fresh incentives to the table in form of rock-bottom 0.0% APR for 36 months, saving you hundreds of dollars in interest.

Try the TRD Pro for extra capability:

If you’re in the market for a 4Runner, chances are your vehicle choice means you’re looking for some good off-road capability. Toyota has introduced its all-new 4Runner TRD Pro. An extra-rugged suspension comes with 1.5 inches of lift and an inch of additional travel, plus TRD wheels and all manner of enticing body and interior upgrades.

The TRD Pro should now be available to order. If you don’t plan on going off-road much, we suggest buying the more supple 4Runner before the current financing deal expires.

Or choose a great lease:

Current advertised lease specials on the 2015 4Runner offer a good alternative to buying outright. Toyota is now offering the 4Runner at $359 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at lease signing. In some markets, that payment will rise to $379 per month with up to $2,999 due at signing, so check with Toyota for your local deal before deciding if leasing is right for you.

*Incentives may vary by region.

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