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7370 Winchester Road
Directions Memphis, TN 38125

  • Sales: (877) 217-4003
  • Service: (888) 936-0101
  • Parts: (855) 215-4497
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Toyota Military Rebate


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When it comes to supporting our troops, everyone wants to do their part. At Principle Toyota, that means offering all eligible U.S. military personnel, retirees or veterans honorably discharged within one year of service and household members of eligible qualifying military personal a $1000 rebate toward any new Toyota vehicle  when you finance through Principle Toyota and Toyota Financial Services ($500 for Scion). Valid now through April 03, 2017.

To qualify for the rebate, you must meet these conditions at the time of purchase:

1. Be in current active duty status in the U.S. Military (Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, Coast Guard and active Reserve) OR a U.S. Military inactive reserve (i.e., Ready Reserve) that is part of the individual Ready Reserve, Selected Reserve and Inactive National Guard. Retired Military Personnel are not eligible.

2. Provide verifiable proof of military status or active service at the time of purchase:
    *Leave and Earning Statement or
    *Military Identification Card (Photo card of the Military ID is NOT required)

3. Receive a salary sufficient to cover ordinary living expenses and payments for your Toyota

4. Receive credit approval through a Principle Toyota and Toyota Financial Services.  Click here to submit a credit application .

For more information, please see your salesperson at Principle Toyota in Memphis, TN. Or call (888) 496-7766 to request a program brochure.

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Principle Toyota

7370 Winchester Road
Directions Memphis, TN 38125

  • Sales: (877) 217-4003
  • Service: (888) 936-0101

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