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What you must know before buying the Toyota Highlander
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  • 2014 redesign has been extremely popular with buyers
  • No special purchase incentives at this time
  • Small incentives may come once demand cools
  • Regional lease specials are available

Is it a good time to buy a Highlander?

You might have seen it appearing with dancing Muppets during the Super Bowl: Toyota’s Highlander family crossover SUV has been completely redesigned for the 2014 model year. Initial demand has been extremely high, with some dealers reporting shortages, especially for the higher trim levels. As such, Toyota is not currently offering any special purchase incentives at this time. You won’t likely find a Highlander at much of a discount off MSRP, if any.

Will savings improve soon?

Give demand a chance to cool and you might find some modest APR deals or cash savings on the Highlander, though you probably have a while to wait. Since buyers have responded so strongly, Toyota may put off its typical incentives on this model for several months. If you don’t want to wait it out, be prepared to pay close to MSRP, or shop competitors.

Regional lease specials are available:

Where stock is on hand, you will however find some decent regional lease specials on the Highlander, though they won’t be available in all areas. Lessees in the Southeast can currently find the 2014 at $289 per month for 36 months with $3,288 down, while customers in the mid-Atlantic region can take advantage of a payment of $319 per month for 24 months with $2,999 due at signing.

Is it a good time to buy a Highlander?

You might have seen it appearing with dancing Muppets during the Super Bowl: Toyota’s Highlander family crossover SUV has been completely redesigned for the 2014 model year. Initial demand has been extremely high, with some dealers reporting shortages, especially for the higher trim levels. As such, Toyota is not currently offering any special purchase incentives at this time. You won’t likely find a Highlander at much of a discount off MSRP, if any.

Will savings improve soon?

Give demand a chance to cool and you might find some modest APR deals or cash savings on the Highlander, though you probably have a while to wait. Since buyers have responded so strongly, Toyota may put off its typical incentives on this model for several months. If you don’t want to wait it out, be prepared to pay close to MSRP, or shop competitors.

Regional lease specials are available:

Where stock is on hand, you will however find some decent regional lease specials on the Highlander, though they won’t be available in all areas. Lessees in the Southeast can currently find the 2014 at $289 per month for 36 months with $3,288 down, while customers in the mid-Atlantic region can take advantage of a payment of $319 per month for 24 months with $2,999 due at signing.

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