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Buying a new car can seem a little scary. Toyota is here to help. Below is a step-by-step process – including our best tips – to help you get inside of your very own Toyota.

1. Do Your Homework!

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The pre-buying process can be a little overwhelming, but Toyota makes it easier for you to access the right information. Here are the most notable things you’ll need to research beforehand:

Consider Your Options

Who will be in the car with you?

Where do you live?

Where do you drive?

What are your “must-haves”?

Fact-Finding

To help you decide which vehicle is best for you, we use a third-party called ChromeData, to deliver a clear and unbiased comparison between Toyota and competitor vehicles.

Compare with Competitors

One of the main benefits of a driving new car is peace-of-mind protection - like Toyota’s 3 Year/60,000 km Comprehensive Warranty and Roadside Assistance, or 10 year/240,000 Hybrid Component coverage.

View Warranty & Coverage for details.

Number Crunching

Build your Toyota online and get an estimate that automatically includes any relevant offers and deals. If a brand new Toyota isn’t in your budget, be sure to explore Toyota Certified Used Vehicles (TCUV).

Build & Price Now

Note that Toyota dealers are free to set their own prices. Share your estimate with a dealer to receive a firm quote.

Lease or Finance

To learn about the advantages that each option can provide – as well as about any current Toyota lease and finance deals – visit our Toyota Financial Services section.

We also recommend that you explore the Offers and Promotions section of toyota.ca, to see any special deals and incentives for your region.

When you’re ready, submit an online Credit Application and get a response within 2 business days. Then send your Approval Certificate to the Toyota dealership of your choice, or print it and bring it with you.

Learn more about Toyota Financial Services Apply for Pre-Approved Credit

Already an Owner

Already own a Toyota but thinking about a new car? Check out tips on the best time to buy.

2. Let’s Go Shopping!

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Your local Toyota dealer is the best resource available to help guide you through the buying process.

Trade-in

Toyota works with Canadian Black Book to provide the estimated appraisal value of your used vehicle. When you’re ready, your Toyota dealership can provide the most accurate evaluation and make a trade-in offer.

Get a Trade-In Estimate

Need a Product Advisor? You can chat or video chat with a dealer online.

3. Additional Things to Consider

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Toyota offers a wide range of accessories, parts and services to take advantage of.

Accessories & Customization

A full range of accessories are available on virtually every Toyota vehicle. And don’t forget to include Winter Tires - they’re mandatory in some Provinces. You can even finance your accessory purchases in conjunction with your vehicle.

Explore Featured Accessories

Servicing Your Toyota

Knowing your recommended maintenance schedule up-front helps to plan your budget accordingly. With Toyota Service Advantage +, you can trust the experts at your Toyota dealership to service your Toyota the way we build it.

View the Maintenance Schedule

Next Steps Ready to meet your new car?