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Toyota Prius, Car Leasing, Hybrid Cars
#456 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 15, 2013 (10:35 am)
My guess is that Toyota is offering the attractive lease cash (and $2k cash for a purchase) in an effort to bump up sales of the 2013's before the 2014's come out.
Here is the website for Thousand Oaks Toyota:
If you search under new cars and drill down to 2012 Prius Plug-in they still have it on their website. It says it's an Advanced and I would imaging they really really want to move this car!
I would check and make sure that it still qualifies for the CA State Refund of $1500.00 too. If it does, you may be able to get a really sweet deal after everything is said and done!
At $425 / month for 36 months you'll be paying $15,300. It depends on what the residual to determine if it's a good deal.
#457 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [amoto13]
Oct 16, 2013 (1:55 pm)
your getting a $267 because you putting a drive off, you do not necessarly need to pay for first month payment , or first year registration, i know i didn't pay it
#458 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [susanx1987]
Oct 18, 2013 (12:57 pm)
with the new prices announced for 2014 PIP I am not sure if this is a good deal, but I just leased a PIP in WA
0 down and 304/monthly.
that's kinda best deal I got around on the I-5 corridor.
#459 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [amoto13]
Oct 18, 2013 (3:32 pm)
My friend told me he found this deal for a loaded, 2013 Prius plug in.
1295 drive off
455/month (tax incl)
Which I guess makes the price of the car 37833.
Car has nav, hud, leather, plug in, etc.
Think this is a good deal?
#460 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 18, 2013 (7:17 pm)
when i got mine i was looking at both models, i got quoted for advanced model for $0 down $0 drive off 3 years and 36k miles with residual of 20158 for $460 a month at tustin toyota from the salesman Daniel, a drive off is never nescassary. but i ended up with the base model
#461 of 473 Re: 2014 Prius Plug-in - MSRP $29,900 [bobwilson57]
Oct 21, 2013 (10:29 am)
It doesn't seem to be since the 2014 Prius Plug-In Advanced will be $34,905
That makes the 2013 at $2,928 more than the 2014. Even if you take off the $1,295 drive off, you're still paying $1,533 more for a 2013 car.
#463 of 473 2013 Toyota's national lease on plugin
Oct 26, 2013 (10:22 pm)
Just signed the lease and brought home a 2013 plugin in magnetic gray with nav and backup cam.
5,760 subversion discount
296/month with Gap insurance
36mo and 36k miles.
After lease prob just get a loan for one of our daughters.
#464 of 473 Re: 2013 Toyota's national lease on plugin [sensei4]
Oct 27, 2013 (6:59 pm)
Does the $296 / month include tax? If not, what is the monthly lease payment before tax? How much is the GAP Insurance per month?
We are looking at a Blizzard White Standard Plug-in, includes adding on Homelink, Doorguards, carpet mats & cargo mat, 0 down / 0 driveoff, $284.07 / month before tax, 36 months, $16,960 residual.
I'm trying to see if it anyone is getting it for less.
#465 of 473 Re: 2013 Toyota's national lease on plugin [amoto13]
Oct 27, 2013 (9:24 pm)
Yes, tax included in 296/mo.
It was $249 before tax and gap ins.
Gap was $595 total for term of lease.