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Toyota Military Discount

Toyota was formed in 1926 by Sakichi Toyoda to manufacture and sell the automatic looms that he had invented and perfected. Toyota Automobile was started in 1933 as a division of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works. The Toyota military discount is a rebate offer of $500.

What Is the Toyota Military Discount?

Toyota offers a $500 military rebate. It can be used toward any new Toyota vehicle purchased or leased through your dealer and Toyota Financial Services.  The rebate may be applied toward finance or lease contracts on new Toyota vehicles, dated from July 6-October 3, 2023.

The program is not available in AL, FL, GA, HI, NC, and SC.

Who’s Eligible?

  • US military members and their households
  • Gold Star Families
  • Military Retirees within 1 year of retirement
  • Veterans within two years of discharge

NOTE: If you’re a veteran or retiree, please make sure to check with your local dealer on eligibility.

How Do You Get the Discount?

You would need to provide proof of military status or active service at the time of purchase. You would need to show your

  • LES
  • Military ID Card
  • DD Form 214 or certificate of release or discharge from active duty

Can This Discount Be Used Online?

Only at the dealership.

About Toyota

The first Toyota vehicles were the A1 passenger car and the G1 truck in 1935. The first passenger car, the Model AA was completed in 1936. They were changed to the Toyota Motor Company because of what the word Toyoda meant, “fertile rice paddies” in 1937. They entered the American market in 1957 with the Crown. In response to tariffs, they began building plants in the US by the early 80s. Their headquarters in the US is in Torrance, CA and they have 1,500 Toyota, Lexus, and Scion dealerships in the US.


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