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Toyota Corolla SE Nightshade Edition, 2020
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- 4 CYL/2.0L
- 40H/31C mileage
- 5 seats (premium cloth)
- keyless entry
- 18.0" x 8.0" wheels
- 4 doors
- cargo space 13.1 cu. ft.
- rear view camera
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Toyota Car Lease
Toyota cars are considered among the most reliable and fuel-efficient family cars. The lineup of new models includes spacious hatchbacks, sporty sedans, and compact SUVs.
Using the Rodo app or website marketplace you can explore lease pricing or finance options for the latest Toyota models. Each Toyota vehicle listed in Rodo includes competitive prices for lease or purchase, with additional options for trade-ins, trade-ups, get cash or exit your lease early.
Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions are listed below. Should you require further assistance, our chat support is available to answer any service or model-specific questions you may have.
What Are the Different Trims on the Yaris Sedans?
The Yaris has three sedan options. The L trim, LE and the XLE. Both the Toyota Yaris L and the Toyota LE trims are available for lease with either auto transmissions or a 6-speed manual transmission. The manual transmissions do not feature sport driving mode. The LE trim has more features and the increase in price is around $1,000 so it will be an affordable upgrade option through a new Toyota lease deal.
The Toyota Yaris XLE is only available with an automatic transmission, has auto LED headlights and daytime lights, rain-sense wipers, interior climate control, and leatherette-covered seats, and steering wheel. Toyota lease offers on this trim will be similar to the LE prices.
What are the Difference in the Yaris Hatchback Models?
The Toyota Yaris have two hatchback options available. Toyota Yaris Hatchback LE and the Toyota Yaris Hatchback XLE. Both are similar on the exterior and engine capabilities with the main differences being the car features. The LE hatchback is the basic model but the only differences inside the vehicle the upholstery is fabric and has air conditioning with a pollen and dust filter, whereas, on the XLE hatchback trim, the air con is upgraded to an auto climate control system. Additionally, the XLE has leatherette-covered seating and steering wheel with integrated controls for cruise control, audio, and BlueTooth Compatibility for handsfree operations.
Do Yaris Sedans have Better Fuel Economy than a Hatchback Model?
A Yaris sedan with a manual transmission can deliver up to 30 mpg in city miles and 39 highway mpg. The auto transmission is slightly higher on the sedan model giving up to 32 city mpg and 40 highway mpg. The hatchback models have a very similar fuel economy with an estimated 1 mpg differential.
What Trims are Available in the Corolla Lineup?
The Corolla lineup offers the widest range of trims with the most accessible lease deals on each option. The Toyota Corolla L is the base trim and the Toyota Corolla LE is the Luxury Edition. The Toyota Corolla SE is the Sport Edition, There is also a Toyota Corolla Hybrid LE, which is the hybrid version of the LE offering the same features but with far higher fuel economy that's capable of up to 52 combined city and highway mpg. Each trim is available as a sedan or a hatchback too.
The Toyota Corolla Hatchback SE Nightshade Edition has the same specs as the Toyota Corolla SE Hatchback model but with black detailing for the badging, heated side mirrors, window trim, and a black spoiler. The Toyota Corolla Hatchback XSE is the Extreme Sport Edition.
What Type of Vehicle is the C HR?
The C HR is Toyota's standard crossover SUV. It is a compact model and is available on lease with two trim options. Luxury Edition and the Executive Luxury Edition (XLE). The Toyota C HR LE trim comes equipped with a range of safety features and an infotainment system. The Toyota C HR XLE trim upgrades the interior to more luxurious leatherette-covered seating and steering wheel with 18" alloy wheels giving the exterior a sportier look. For those looking for a crossover with good fuel economy, most Toyota vehicles fit the bill, however, in terms of compact SUVs, the Toyota lease deals on the C HR compact SUVs will have good offers with low monthly costs on the lease price.
Are all the Dealer Fees Included Toyota Lease Deals?
Toyota leasing deals have most of the fees included in the listed price, however, there will be individual costs associated with various lease deals due to personal aspects of finance. On the lease deals for Toyota vehicles, some costs include: acquisition fees, a security deposit, a disposition fee, down payment, documentation fee, and Sales Tax, which will differ by region.
All lease deals offered on each vehicle will list the guide price inclusive of the majority of fees. Some fees such as Sales tax are outwith the control of the dealership and can't be negotiated, however, there will be some fees in a new Toyota lease able to be negotiated down such as the documentation fees which differ by dealer and for those with a good credit rating, the initial security deposit may be negotiable too.
All vehicle lease offers on Rodo are listed by authorized dealers and you can contact each of them individually, discuss lease terms, negotiate the price of a new Toyota and find out the types of vehicles they have available through a lease, or financing, including getting a guide valuation price on the trade-in value of your existing vehicle, which can further lower the cost of lease vehicles.
What is the Warranty on a Toyota car or SUV?
A new car from Toyota includes a standard manufacturer warranty covering mechanical defects for the first 36,000 miles, or 3-years, whichever comes first. Additionally, on new vehicles, the Powertrain warranty covers the engine, transmission, FWD or RWD systems and the components for the first 5-years or 60,000 miles. A Restraint Systems warranty will cover defects on a vehicle's airbag system and seat belts for the first 60-months or 60,000 miles.
On a hybrid vehicle, Toyota provides an additional hybrid-related warranty coverage that covers the battery control module, HV battery, and inverter with the converter covered for 8-years or the first 100,000 miles. Depending on where you live, you may be eligible for “emissions coverage” on EPA-approved vehicles ensuring that any repairs required to meet the standards would be covered. Generally, the Emissions Cover is only available for the first two-years or 24,000 miles. If you live in a state where emissions testing is required every two years, it may be worth considering lease offers on 2-year terms, rather than the standard 3-year lease deals.