3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Toyota Tundra

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What you must know before buying the Toyota Tundra
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  • 2014 Toyota Tundra offered with $1,000 rebate this month
  • Rebates do not apply to new 2015 Tundra
  • Finance: 0.0% APR for 60 months on 2014; 36 months on 2015
  • Lease: $319/mo for 36 months w/ $1,499 due at signing on 2014

A good time to buy with decent incentives:

The Tundra has received new life this year with sharper styling and a totally reworked interior, but that hasn’t stopped Toyota from serving up some decent incentives. An available 0.0% APR offer has improved this month, now extended all the way up to 60 months on the 2014 model. Alternatively, you can still find $1,000 customer cash back. If you're in the market for a Tundra, now might be the best time to spring for one, as rebates on Toyota models are rare.

Military members can take an extra $500 in customer cash back.

Have time to wait? It may pay off:

Pickup trucks, with their higher base prices and hot competition, tend to carry greater incentives than other new vehicle segments. While Toyota tends to stay out of the price war played by the Detroit Big 3, the Tundra is a redesigned vehicle and is currently in high demand.

Advantageous regional lease offers available:

Special lease offers on the Tundra will vary regionally, but continue to improve since the recent redesign, reaching the best levels we’ve seen this year. Lessees in the West can find a deal of $319 per month for 36 months with $1,499 due at lease signing on the 2014 Tundra SR V8 Double Cab 4x2. Conversely, residents of Southern California can lease a 2015 Tundra for $359/mo for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing.

A good time to buy with decent incentives:

The Tundra has received new life this year with sharper styling and a totally reworked interior, but that hasn’t stopped Toyota from serving up some decent incentives. An available 0.0% APR offer has improved this month, now extended all the way up to 60 months on the 2014 model. Alternatively, you can still find $1,000 customer cash back. If you're in the market for a Tundra, now might be the best time to spring for one, as rebates on Toyota models are rare.

Military members can take an extra $500 in customer cash back.

Have time to wait? It may pay off:

Pickup trucks, with their higher base prices and hot competition, tend to carry greater incentives than other new vehicle segments. While Toyota tends to stay out of the price war played by the Detroit Big 3, the Tundra is a redesigned vehicle and is currently in high demand.

Advantageous regional lease offers available:

Special lease offers on the Tundra will vary regionally, but continue to improve since the recent redesign, reaching the best levels we’ve seen this year. Lessees in the West can find a deal of $319 per month for 36 months with $1,499 due at lease signing on the 2014 Tundra SR V8 Double Cab 4x2. Conversely, residents of Southern California can lease a 2015 Tundra for $359/mo for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing.

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Incentives & Rebates

Incentives available to everyone:

Special Incentives:

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Toyota is not offering incentives on the SR5 5.7L V8 w/FFV 4x4 Double Cab 6.6 ft. box 145.7 in. WB at this time. See a complete list of Tundra incentives and rebates by Style below.
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Lease Deals

Toyota has an excellent lease deal for the Tundra: $319 for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing.