Toyota will offer commercial fleet incentives on 21 of its 2019 models, including the new generation of the RAV4 and heavily refreshed Avalon sedan, the company announced.
Companies must maintain a fleet of at least 10 vehicles in service to be eligible for the incentives, said Mark Oldenburg, director of fleet operations.
For its truck and van incentives, Toyota will offer $800 for the Tacoma midsize pickup; $1,500 for the Tundra large pickup; and $1,500 for the Sienna minivan.
For its utility incentives, Toyota will offer $800 for the fifth-generation RAV4 and RAV4 Hybrid; $600 for the C-HR; $700 for the Highlander and Highlander Hybrid; $600 for the 4Runner; and $500 for the Sequoia. Toyota won't offer an incentive for the Land Cruiser.
For its cars, Toyota will offer $1,000 for the Prius and Prius C; $2,500 for the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid; $1,000 for the Avalon and Avalon Hybrid; $1,000 for the Camry and Camry Hybrid; $1,250 for the Corolla; $500 for the Corolla Hatchback (iM); and $500 for the Yaris sedan (iA) and Yaris Liftback.
Toyota doesn't offer published incentives on the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell sedan or 86 sports car.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet