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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
  • 2014 models are almost sold out; 2015's arriving daily
  • Regional lease specials are available

Is it a good time to buy a Highlander?

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 at the higher trim levels.

In an extremely limited number of markets, Toyota is however offering a new incentive this month of $500 customer cash back. Military members can take $500 in available customer cash back, and all Toyotas come with 2 free years of scheduled maintenance.

Aside from regionally available cash back, you won’t currently find a 2014 Highlander at much of a discount off MSRP, if any. This is not only because of the redesign, but because Toyota has pretty much sold out of all 2014 models, leaving only the 2015 model. Either way, prices continue to be strong with no signs of slowing down.

Will savings improve soon?

Give demand a chance to cool and you might find widespread low-APR deals or cash savings on the Highlander, though you may 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 full MSRP, or shop competitors.

Regional lease specials are available:

Where stock is on hand, you will however find some decent advertised regional lease specials on the Highlander, though they won’t be available in all areas. Lessees in the Southeast, for example, can currently find the 2015 Highlander LE at a payment of $299 per month for 36 months with $3,298 due at lease signing.

*Incentives may vary by region.

Is it a good time to buy a Highlander?

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 at the higher trim levels.

In an extremely limited number of markets, Toyota is however offering a new incentive this month of $500 customer cash back. Military members can take $500 in available customer cash back, and all Toyotas come with 2 free years of scheduled maintenance.

Aside from regionally available cash back, you won’t currently find a 2014 Highlander at much of a discount off MSRP, if any. This is not only because of the redesign, but because Toyota has pretty much sold out of all 2014 models, leaving only the 2015 model. Either way, prices continue to be strong with no signs of slowing down.

Will savings improve soon?

Give demand a chance to cool and you might find widespread low-APR deals or cash savings on the Highlander, though you may 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 full MSRP, or shop competitors.

Regional lease specials are available:

Where stock is on hand, you will however find some decent advertised regional lease specials on the Highlander, though they won’t be available in all areas. Lessees in the Southeast, for example, can currently find the 2015 Highlander LE at a payment of $299 per month for 36 months with $3,298 due at lease signing.

*Incentives may vary by region.

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