Let’s say you’ve just graduated college and the 1994 Honda Accord you’ve been driving is either broken, stolen or both; what do you do? Well, Toyota has been making it easier for recent grads to purchase a brand-new vehicle with their annual College Grad Rebate Program. The service allows for new degree holders to receive a $1,000 incentive towards the purchase of an all-new Toyota and now, the program includes the Prius c. This is the first time a hybrid vehicle has been included in the list of qualified products and with it, 53 mpg can be had with a side of education.
“The Prius c, is taking off as one of the most popular vehicles among young adults, but more than that, it is a dependable and economical way for recent graduates to get to new jobs and start their careers,” said Mike Groff, Toyota Financial Services Group Vice President of Sales, Product and Marketing. The program is open to people who have earned an “accredited” college degree within the past two years or will within the next six months. To make maters a bit more enticing, folks who have completed an electrician apprenticeship/certification through NJATC and IBEW within last two years are also eligible. In order for Toyota to give out the rebate, they must have proof of employment with a start date not beyond 120 days from purchase so that there is confidence that said degree will be utilized.
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