3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Toyota Corolla

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What you must know before buying the Toyota Corolla
  • Redesigned model has seen heavy demand
  • APR special is modest but welcome nonetheless
  • Putting off your purchase may bring greater savings
  • Lease offers feature low drive-off costs

Is it a good time to buy a Corolla?:

Just redesigned for the 2014 model year and already a big hit with buyers, the much-improved Corolla has been a strong seller with shortages reported at some trim levels. A current available offer of 1.9% APR financing for up to 60 months will save you money, but you won’t find any cash on the hood this month or any time soon until demand has been given a chance to cool.

The upscale LE Plus and S Plus trim levels are stocked in the greatest numbers, while the less-expensive LE and S models can be more difficult to find with the right color and options.

Will playing the waiting game save money?:

It’s a tough call. Any time an all-new model hits the streets, pricing is typically higher right at the beginning of its model life due to pent-up demand. With Toyota now offering 0% APR for 60 months or available cash back on most of its core models, greater offers may materialize in late Summer or early Fall, depending on continued buyer interest in this model.

What about leasing?:

Current lease specials on the Corolla are a little better than they seem: while competitors are offering lower monthly payments, their lease deals come strapped with higher drive-off costs. Lease deals will vary by region, but include offers of $189 per month for 24 months with just $999 due at signing, or $199 per month for 36 months, also with $999 due at signing.

Is it a good time to buy a Corolla?:

Just redesigned for the 2014 model year and already a big hit with buyers, the much-improved Corolla has been a strong seller with shortages reported at some trim levels. A current available offer of 1.9% APR financing for up to 60 months will save you money, but you won’t find any cash on the hood this month or any time soon until demand has been given a chance to cool.

The upscale LE Plus and S Plus trim levels are stocked in the greatest numbers, while the less-expensive LE and S models can be more difficult to find with the right color and options.

Will playing the waiting game save money?:

It’s a tough call. Any time an all-new model hits the streets, pricing is typically higher right at the beginning of its model life due to pent-up demand. With Toyota now offering 0% APR for 60 months or available cash back on most of its core models, greater offers may materialize in late Summer or early Fall, depending on continued buyer interest in this model.

What about leasing?:

Current lease specials on the Corolla are a little better than they seem: while competitors are offering lower monthly payments, their lease deals come strapped with higher drive-off costs. Lease deals will vary by region, but include offers of $189 per month for 24 months with just $999 due at signing, or $199 per month for 36 months, also with $999 due at signing.

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Incentives & Rebates

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Toyota is not offering incentives on the L 4dr Sedan at this time.

Lease Deals

Toyota has a pair of attractive leases on the 2014 Corolla. Pay $189 for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing or $249 for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
S Plus$19936$999$19,083