Rent 2016 Highlander LE 4cyl new: $279/month with $1999 down payment (or $329/month with $0 down payment). Based on the model of 6942 Total MSRP $31.720 & NET capitalized the cost of $27.990. End of Toyota Highlander lease deals purchase option is $21.349 plus tax, title, license, and fees. 12 k miles per year for the past 36 months. With approved credit through Toyota financial services. Payments are calculated using the Tier TFS 1 + levels with no guarantee; the other level options unavailable.
Does not include tax, title, $150 doc fee, or license. $1999 and payments the first payment of $329 due at signing. Additional equipment or vehicle trim level with the relative payment. The offer included $12 GST lease Bonus Cash. Bidding ended now until the end of the month.
Rent Toyota Highlander from Red McCombs Toyota
When it comes to the choice in the mid-size crossover SUV, there is only one. Since its introduction, the Toyota Highlander has become one of the most popular SUV in America, and for good reason. The Highlander is killing the competition with superior gas mileage and whisper-quiet cabin. The second and third-row seats are reclining comfortable seating for up to 8 passengers. Or, you can complete Your Highlander with second row Captain’s chairs.
Cargo flexibility is the name of the middle of the Highlander. When you need to carry more stuff, and fewer people. The second and third-row seats can be folded flat to impress either 83 cubic feet of volume. Front-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel Drive is available. FWD models can be paired with the 4-cylinder engine 2.7 L or 3.5 L V6. AWD is available only with the V6 engine more powerful. Both engines are equipped with a smooth 6-speed automatic transmission.
2016 Highlander LE FWD has an MSRP of $32,955. Here in Southern California, the average selling price is around 5% of the MSRP. Toyota Highlander lease deals will target selling price of $30,650 (7% off MSRP). That is the price “excellent” most internet sales department in the territory must respect. Every dealer sets its own selling price, depending on factors such as supply and demand.
Toyota Highlander Lease Deals
Toyota Highlander lease deals are there to take this March. Large car buyers might want to look to 2017 Avalon. Available only for $329 per month for three years to $3.599 since signing on in some areas. But this is not just a great car deal out there, and a lot of competitors have offered better. You can get the Chevrolet Impala 2017 of $279 per month for 39 months with $3.489 due at signing.
Nissan Maxima 2017 offers for $229 per month for three years with $3.125 due at signing. 2017 Kia Cadenza you can for $299 per month for three years to $2.499 due at signing. You will save at least $1,000 by choosing one of their three top competitors Avalon (much more to Maxima and Cadenza). And if you chose the Impala, you’ll also have a three-month lease period again.
What better way to spend your winnings to March Madness than by buying a new vehicle? Toyota RAV4 offers 2017 (starting at $24.910) with zero percent financing for five years. That’s the same deal Ford Escape offers in 2017 (starting at ($ 23,750), so the only difference in costs derived from the starting price.