Scion thanks the men and women of the U.S. Military for their service and dedication to defending our country.
If you are a member of the U.S. Military with current active duty status or an inactive reservist, you may qualify for a $500 rebate towards the purchase or lease of a new Scion when financed or leased through a participating Scion dealer and Toyota Financial Services (TFS).
HOW TO QUALIFY
Eligible customers must be in current active duty status in the U.S. Military (Navy, Army, Air Force, Marines, National Guard, Coast Guard and Active Reserve). U.S. Military Inactive Reservists that are part of the Individual Ready Reserve, Selected Reserve and Inactive National Guard also qualify.
Verifiable proof of military status or proof of active service is required at time of purchase in the form of one of the following documentation:
- Leave and Earning Statement
- Military Identification Card
Qualified customers must receive a salary sufficient to cover ordinary living expenses and vehicle payments.
Retired Military Personnel are not eligible for the rebate.
 Rebate offered by Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. On lease contracts, rebates must be applied toward the Amount Due at Lease Signing or toward the Capitalized Cost Reduction. On finance contracts, rebates must be applied toward the Down Payment. One rebate per finance or lease transaction. Rebates available on finance or lease contracts executed from January 6, 2014 through March 31, 2014. Rebate cannot be combined with Scion College Graduate Rebate Program. Only available on new, untitled, Scion models. Terms, conditions and restrictions apply. Program may not be available in all states are is subject to change or termination at any time. Offers on approved credit to qualified customers through a participating Scion dealership and Toyota Financial Services. Not all applicants will qualify. Offers for active U.S. Military and inactive Reserves only. Retired military personnel are not eligible. Toyota Financial Services is a service mark used by Toyota Motor Credit Corporation and Toyota Lease Trust.