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Toyota offers a $10k lease reduction on the 2024 bZ4X EV

The EV was introduced to the public in January and has been available in dealerships for a short period of time.

The Japanese automaker Toyota now offers a $10,000 lease reduction on the all-electric 2024 bZ4X, which recently arrived on dealer lots.

According to CarsDirect, the Greater New York region is offering a lease cash discount for the 2024 bZ4X model. Additionally, the EV was introduced to the public in January and has been available in dealerships for a short period of time.

Lease cash is a manufacturer’s incentive that reduces the lease payment for the new car. Starting with the 2024 model year, the bZ4X costs $43,070.

Customers in the Greater New York area can lease a bZ4X XLE for just $299 a month for 36 months, with $3,999 payable at signing, thanks to an offer that CarsDirect found. These numbers are predicated on a $47,734 MSRP and a 10,000-mile annual mileage allowance.

CarsDirect reported that the 2024 electric Toyota SUV had lease incentives of up to $9,000 available in other U.S. regions.

In the meanwhile, New Yorkers can lease the 2023 bZ4X for up to $12,500 in cash, although Toyota is no longer promoting lease payments for that particular model.

The bZ4X comes in XLE and Limited trim levels and includes a front-wheel drive. You can upgrade to a dual-motor all-wheel drive for an additional $2080. However, the dual-motor version doesn’t provide a significant increase in power and has a shorter range, so it’s advisable to stick with the front-wheel drive powertrain.. Standard features of the bZ4X include adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and safe exit aid. The bZ4X Limited trim level has additional features like automated parking, 20-inch wheels, a multi-view camera, heated and ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and Softex faux-leather upholstery. Additionally, all models come with a panoramic glass roof as a standard feature.

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Jaelyn Campbell
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