Lease a Toyota Forklift With No Payments for 4 Months

by Agnes Cabrera on October 10, 2017
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lease a toyota forklift for 4 months freeFor a limited time, you can lease a Toyota forklift and defer payments for four months. What does that mean exactly?

Let's say you lease a forklift for 36-months. You'll make 36 monthly payments, but keep the unit for 40 months. You’re basically operating that forklift for free for four months. How will you spend the extra cash?

To take advantage of this promotion, simply lease a new Toyota lift truck now through November 30th, 2017. View our current inventory online, or read on to learn more about lease options for a Toyota forklift.lease-toyota-forklift-special-promotion-2017

3 Reasons to Lease a Forklift

- A lease can help your businesses conserve capital for expansion, product development, adding additional inventory, etc.
- Maintenance programs can also be included as part of a finance contract, keeping forklifts in top condition and reducing down time.
- Technological advancements may make older equipment less desirable. With a lease, once the final lease payment has been made, equipment disposal is the responsibility of the finance company.

Toyota Commercial Finance allows TMH to offer customers a variety of lease options including:

  • Capital Lease: allows severe applications to lease new Toyota equipment with the option of a low purchase price at lease maturity. Capital leases typically are reported on the balance sheet and, for some operations, may offer tax advantages.*
  • Flex Lease: a flex lease is essentially two leases in one. Flexible lease options and terms allow the equipment to be returned early or continue the lease with a significantly-reduced monthly lease payment.
  • One-Pay Lease: with a one-pay lease, the customer makes one up-front payment during the entire lease term. The benefits of one-pay include: a discounted cash flow benefit, dramatically reduced interest charges and no administrative costs associated with processing monthly lease payments.
  • Operating Lease: an operating lease offers the lowest monthly payment, off-balance-sheet financing, and some tax advantages.

    An operating lease is an off balance sheet transaction and considered an operational expense. In other words, lease payments can usually be deducted as business expenses,* reducing the net cost of the lease.

  • Retail Installment Balloon Loan: Provides the same low monthly payment as an operating lease along with certain tax advantages of a Capital Lease and responsibility of ownership. A customer can select a down payment amount of 60%, 70%, or 80% of the initial transaction price. Upon the maturity of the loan, there are multiple customer options including paying off the remaining balloon amount, refinancing the balloon for an additional predetermined term or trade in the equipment and finance a brand new Toyota forklift.

* Always consult a tax adviser

Get the Right Lease for Your Operation
Forklift leases can be adjusted based on the number of hours accumulated (1500, 2000, 2500). The lower the hours, the lower the payment; however, the cost for overtime hours can be substantial. Make sure you understand the fees before signing a contract and make your best guess on usage.

To take advantage of Toyota’s four-month deferred lease promotion, contact us online or by phone.

East Bay - Livermore (510) 675-0500
Fresno (559) 834-9500
Sacramento (916) 376-0500
Salinas (831) 757-1091

Further Reading:
Forklift Financing: Lease Vs. Purchase Comparison 
When to Lease Vs. Buy an Electric Forklift 

Forklifts For Sale

 

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