3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Toyota Venza

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What you must know before buying the Toyota Venza
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  • Excellent time to buy a 2015 Toyota Venza
  • Rebates of up to $2,000 now offered on 2015 model year Venza
  • Rebates not offered on 2014 model, but MSRP price is lower
  • Or chose 0.0% Financing for up to 60 months (for qualified buyers)
  • Lease special: $249 to $279/mo for 36 months w/ $1,999 due at signing

Is it a good time to buy a Venza?

The Toyota Venza is a low-slung midsize crossover that splits the difference between the typical sedan and SUV. It's a niche product based on the previous-generation Camry and comes at discounted pricing this month. Currently, you’ll find 0.0% APR financing for up to 60 months.

In terms of cash back on 2014 models, you're best bet is to check at the dealer level, as the majority of 2014 Venzas have been sold. There are still a few available, but 2015 models are more prevalent. The good news? Last month's big $2,000 rebate is still available on the 2015 model.

We recommend the APR deal for greater savings, especially if you need to stretch your payments out over the full 60-month term. Military members can find an extra $500 in customer cash back.

Base four-cylinder models can be difficult to find, while the V6 is much more readily available. Pricing at the dealer level has seen considerable discounts off MSRP even before incentives: buying with CarsDirect new lower pricing currently brings total savings of up to $3,968.

Will playing the waiting game pay off?

Not likely. While nearly identical to the 2014 model, the newer 2015 models are more widely available, especially in specific trim levels. However, there’s no real reason to put off your purchase any longer, because the deals will eventually expire on or around January 5, 2015.

Lease special with low monthly payments:

The 2015 Venza is now leasing at some great rates. For example, in Southern California, you will find a new lower payment for December of just $279 per month for 36 months with a low $1,999 due at signing for the 4-cylinder Venza LE with 2WD. Lessees in the Northeast can find the same trim level at just $269 per month for 24 months with $2,699 due at signing.

Is it a good time to buy a Venza?

The Toyota Venza is a low-slung midsize crossover that splits the difference between the typical sedan and SUV. It's a niche product based on the previous-generation Camry and comes at discounted pricing this month. Currently, you’ll find 0.0% APR financing for up to 60 months.

In terms of cash back on 2014 models, you're best bet is to check at the dealer level, as the majority of 2014 Venzas have been sold. There are still a few available, but 2015 models are more prevalent. The good news? Last month's big $2,000 rebate is still available on the 2015 model.

We recommend the APR deal for greater savings, especially if you need to stretch your payments out over the full 60-month term. Military members can find an extra $500 in customer cash back.

Base four-cylinder models can be difficult to find, while the V6 is much more readily available. Pricing at the dealer level has seen considerable discounts off MSRP even before incentives: buying with CarsDirect new lower pricing currently brings total savings of up to $3,968.

Will playing the waiting game pay off?

Not likely. While nearly identical to the 2014 model, the newer 2015 models are more widely available, especially in specific trim levels. However, there’s no real reason to put off your purchase any longer, because the deals will eventually expire on or around January 5, 2015.

Lease special with low monthly payments:

The 2015 Venza is now leasing at some great rates. For example, in Southern California, you will find a new lower payment for December of just $279 per month for 36 months with a low $1,999 due at signing for the 4-cylinder Venza LE with 2WD. Lessees in the Northeast can find the same trim level at just $269 per month for 24 months with $2,699 due at signing.

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