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What you must know before buying the Toyota Yaris
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  • No current incentives on 2014 or 2015 Toyota Yaris
  • 2014 model is close to selling out
  • 2015 model refreshed with new styling and quieter cabin
  • 2015 model gets price increase of $806 (3-dr Liftback)

Is it a good time to buy a Yaris?

As the least expensive vehicle Toyota makes and a reasonably strong seller, the Yaris rarely sees much in the way of special discounts. There are no current APR or cash back incentives available, and at the dealer level we see prices that are discounted by a few hundred dollars off MSRP, but not more.

But 2014 and 2015 models are available, with dealer inventory for the 2014 model thinning out rapidly. The 2015 model gets updated styling which makes it look much sportier and "new". However, if you get a 2014 model at around $1,000 less, snag it because underneath it's body, it's almost the same.

Still, thanks to everyday low pricing it’s a decent time to buy a Yaris, with the buying outlook not expected to improve any time soon. With that being said, military members can find $500 in customer cash savings, while recent college graduates can take $750 in cash back when financing through Toyota.

Have time to wait? You may save:

If saving money is of paramount importance, you may find small relief in the form of a year-end sales event by grabbing a 2014 model if they're still available in December. Please not that the 2015 model sees fresh exterior styling to be more in line with the new 2015 Corolla, as well as a quieter cabin and more rigid unibody frame. But with those big improvements, MSRPs for all trim levels have jumped roughly $1,000 compared to the 2014 model.

No advertised specials, but a low lease rate is possible:

Even though Toyota doesn’t currently advertise any big lease specials on the Yaris, your best bet is to work with your local dealer or a CarsDirect vehicle specialist to find a good rate. With competitors offering payments of $149 per month with $1,999 or so due at signing, this is a good place to start. Some dealers have recently been advertising zero-drive-off leases on the Yaris, but this would bring a slightly higher monthly payment.

Is it a good time to buy a Yaris?

As the least expensive vehicle Toyota makes and a reasonably strong seller, the Yaris rarely sees much in the way of special discounts. There are no current APR or cash back incentives available, and at the dealer level we see prices that are discounted by a few hundred dollars off MSRP, but not more.

But 2014 and 2015 models are available, with dealer inventory for the 2014 model thinning out rapidly. The 2015 model gets updated styling which makes it look much sportier and "new". However, if you get a 2014 model at around $1,000 less, snag it because underneath it's body, it's almost the same.

Still, thanks to everyday low pricing it’s a decent time to buy a Yaris, with the buying outlook not expected to improve any time soon. With that being said, military members can find $500 in customer cash savings, while recent college graduates can take $750 in cash back when financing through Toyota.

Have time to wait? You may save:

If saving money is of paramount importance, you may find small relief in the form of a year-end sales event by grabbing a 2014 model if they're still available in December. Please not that the 2015 model sees fresh exterior styling to be more in line with the new 2015 Corolla, as well as a quieter cabin and more rigid unibody frame. But with those big improvements, MSRPs for all trim levels have jumped roughly $1,000 compared to the 2014 model.

No advertised specials, but a low lease rate is possible:

Even though Toyota doesn’t currently advertise any big lease specials on the Yaris, your best bet is to work with your local dealer or a CarsDirect vehicle specialist to find a good rate. With competitors offering payments of $149 per month with $1,999 or so due at signing, this is a good place to start. Some dealers have recently been advertising zero-drive-off leases on the Yaris, but this would bring a slightly higher monthly payment.

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