Toyota's reliable vehicles were top performers in Consumer Reports' 2011 Car Brand Perception Survey, and drivers with bad credit or tight budgets may be able to get a significant deal on a 2010 Toyota if they take advantage of great deals before the end of the month.
A 2010 Corolla is listed at an MSRP of $15,450, but drivers who buy one before the end of January can save as much as 15 percent off this figure. Consumers can also get a similar deal of a 2010 Toyota Matrix, which has an MSRP of $17,510. Those who get to the dealership before the end of the month can secure discounts as high as 13 percent.
The end of January is drawing closer, but drivers who fill out an auto loan application for a bad credit car loan soon will be able to get pre-approved and behind the vehicle of a new Toyota within days. Furthermore, coming to the dealership with car finance pre-approval in hand gives consumers a strong bargaining advantage and may allow them to make the most of the discounts currently available.