Taking that upfront payment into account, lessees are really paying $495 a month. Last month, that effective cost was $405. Typically, lease prices for new vehicles decrease, not increase. For whatever reason(s), Toyota sees things differently here. And just to compare, a new RAV4 LE has an effective cost of $355 a month, assuming one gets a deal with that same upfront payment and $299 per month for 36 months. Okay, so perhaps that RAV4 Prime lease offer is above your budget; what about financing instead?
Unfortunately, there are no APR deals at the moment. Toyota is advertising a $665 a month for 72 months plan based on a $0-down, 4.75 percent loan. Yes, we now live in a world where a RAV4 model has luxury vehicle pricing.