You've reached the end of the road, and now it's time for a new destination. Get there in style with help from Heninger Scion.
Swap out your cap and gown for a new set of keys and wheels with Scion's Graduate Program. Get a $1000 allowance* towards the purchase or approved lease of a vehicle from Scion's stellar line-up, as you enter into life's next chapter.
Grads from eligible high schools, colleges, CGEP, or universities can take advantage of these exclusive savings from April 2nd through September 30th, 2013.
Your future is bright!
Want to lease or finance a Scion vehicle? Scion aims to put more approved graduates behind the wheel, even without an established credit history. Lease or finance through Toyota Financial Services (TFS), and you may also be eligible for the TFS Grad Program, providing a reduction to your lease or finance rate in addition to the Scion posted rate. Plus, qualifying graduates that prefer to lease can "waive" goodbye to the security deposit and say hello to savings.
*The Grad Program cash incentive includes taxes and is applied after taxes have been charged on the full amount of the negotiated price.
If you will graduate within the next four months or have graduated in the last four years from an accredited Canadian university, college or CGEP, then you are eligible. Also, if you graduated from high school in the last four years, you are eligible as well. (Please refer to chart for more information).
The four-year eligibility period will be calculated from the date shown on the graduate's diploma/degree. Applications outside the specific four-year period cannot be accepted.
Graduates from non-Canadian schools may qualify, however, the applicant will be required to provide proof that the school is accredited through the applicable foreign governing body.
A copy of your diploma/degree, or a letter from the Registrar's Office confirming your graduation within the next four months. A copy of the Vehicle Purchase or Lease Agreement.
If the graduate's name on the diploma/degree is different from the name of the applicant, documentation of the name change is required.
If the student graduated from a non-Canadian school, proof of the school's accreditation from the applicable foreign governing body will be required.