Toyota dealer is saying that the lease I’m interested in getting into is better to go through a Credit Union as they have better rates. Stating that it’s not “worth it” to go through TFS with MSD’s.
Supply is low and demand is high and with the vehicle I’m interested in is currently in transit and I would have to reserve it now so that I don’t have to worry about having it go to another buyer as the dealer states.
Is the dealer stating this so they don’t have to bother with processing MSD’s or due to them not budging with lowering the MSRP, they want to take full advantage by going through a Credit Union?
Anyone who has dealt with MSD’s at a Toyota dealership can provide some clarity? Should I push harder to have it go through TFS, go along with their narrative or jump ship?
Interested in getting into a 2021 Toyota Highlander XSE 12k/36 mo. The lease option they offered was $3k down payment for $469.96+tax, if that helps. MSRP is currently at $46,271.