Jack R. Nerad | March 30, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic and the resulting economic havoc has prompted Toyota to undertake a number of steps to help its customers buy vehicles, to assemble medical and personal protective equipment, and to provide aid to the communities it serves.
With the peak of coronavirus infections in the United States still thought to be weeks away, many states and localities have instituted severe restrictions on business operations and personal interaction. While this slows the pace of infection, at the same time it has severely limited commerce. The situation has turned markedly from just one month ago when the auto industry was enjoying one of its best February sales months in history.
Toyota is one of many carmakers that seeks to do its part to halt the epidemic and help heal the sick, while at the same time trying to keep its employees working and operate its business. Here is a recap of the coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives Toyota has assembled to deal with the crisis.
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