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What you must know before buying the Toyota Prius Plug-in
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  • Incentives are at record levels on Prius Plug-In
  • APR plus cash back deal is tough to beat
  • Pricing gap with standard Prius has grown smaller
  • Lease bonus cash means a great rate

Excellent time to buy a Prius Plug-In:

Toyota is pulling out all the stops in an effort to find good homes for the relatively slow-selling Prius Plug-In hybrid. With incentives upped this month, you’ll now find 0% APR financing for up to 60 months plus $4,000 finance cash back, or alternatively, $3,000 in customer cash.

juUnless you don’t need financing at all, the APR plus cash is clearly the better deal. We’ve heard reports of dealers offering discounts off MSRP even before incentives, especially on the upscale Advanced model.

Compare with standard Prius: Is the Plug-In worth it?

Before special incentives, it was hard to justify the upgrade to the pricier Prius Plug-In, as its all-electric range is a bit underwhelming at just 11 miles or so. But with today’s deals, the pricing gap between a base Prius Two and the Prius Plug-In has shrunk to just $2,500 or so. Choose an optioned-up standard Prius and you might actually end up paying more. If you do a ton of driving, savings from the all-electric mode will stack up over time.

Low drive-off lease is a great alternative option:

A new-generation Prius is not far off, so leasing a Plug-In today then keeping it for just 2 or 3 years may be an especially attractive option, made better still through currently available $4,000 lease bonus cash. Lease deals in some major markets include an offer of just $279 per month for 36 months with $999 due at lease signing. Depending on available stock, lease pricing at this level may not last.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

Excellent time to buy a Prius Plug-In:

Toyota is pulling out all the stops in an effort to find good homes for the relatively slow-selling Prius Plug-In hybrid. With incentives upped this month, you’ll now find 0% APR financing for up to 60 months plus $4,000 finance cash back, or alternatively, $3,000 in customer cash.

juUnless you don’t need financing at all, the APR plus cash is clearly the better deal. We’ve heard reports of dealers offering discounts off MSRP even before incentives, especially on the upscale Advanced model.

Compare with standard Prius: Is the Plug-In worth it?

Before special incentives, it was hard to justify the upgrade to the pricier Prius Plug-In, as its all-electric range is a bit underwhelming at just 11 miles or so. But with today’s deals, the pricing gap between a base Prius Two and the Prius Plug-In has shrunk to just $2,500 or so. Choose an optioned-up standard Prius and you might actually end up paying more. If you do a ton of driving, savings from the all-electric mode will stack up over time.

Low drive-off lease is a great alternative option:

A new-generation Prius is not far off, so leasing a Plug-In today then keeping it for just 2 or 3 years may be an especially attractive option, made better still through currently available $4,000 lease bonus cash. Lease deals in some major markets include an offer of just $279 per month for 36 months with $999 due at lease signing. Depending on available stock, lease pricing at this level may not last.

*This Pricing Insight covers the 2014 model year*

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