Toyota incentives for March 2010 is providing hostile incentives for buyers staring from this month and it includes “zero percent financing for 5 years on some cars including the recently recalled Camry and Corolla.” The New Toyota rebates and incentives also include free maintenance for two years on some makes and models of Toyota cars. Just as Ford declared a stellar sales month, the new Toyota incentives came out. To get back a slice of their American market share, the Toyota Motor Corp. has pronounced a swing of new incentives for 2010 Toyota.
Toyota is offering free maintenance on all 2010 models for returning customers. Sales of Toyota vehicles go down to 9 per cent in February much of it can be endorsed to the negative publicity and fear surrounding the safety of Toyota cars and trucks. Toyota Company is hopeful to win back some customers, but unluckily, these incentives are first come first served in anticipation of the end of this month.
Sales of Ford in February shoot up 43%, helping it to exceed General Motors Co. as the biggest U.S. automaker for the month. General Motor Co. also noted gains, but Toyota Motor Corp. told that its sales fall about 9%, hurt by a series of recalls and federal investigations into safety deficiency.
Though full information has not been announced, but it is expected that the March 2010 Toyota incentives should include:
- Cash rebates of $500 – $3,000
- Zero-percent financing for 60 months on new 2010 models, including Camry and Corolla
- A complimentary two-year “Toyota Auto Care Premium Package,” this includes oil changes and other maintenance