Toyota is offering zero percent finance across its range of Australian-built vehicles, including the Camry, Camry Hybrid and Aurion.
The new deal, an extension of the company's recently launched Local Pride campaign, follows recent similar offers from Renault, Nissan, Honda, Holden and Mitsubishi.
"Zero percent is a way to encourage Australians to rediscover the value and other attributes of cars we build here," Toyota's Matthew Callachor said.
The strong Australian dollar has dented the export appeal of Australian-built cars while helping narrow the pricing gap between locally-built and imported cars.
"Over many years, we have successfully exported several times more Australian-built Toyota cars than we sell locally. Our long-term aim is to shift this balance closer to 50:50," Callachor said.
"We are supporting that objective by reminding local motorists that Camry and Aurion are built by Australians."
The offer applies to finance applications on Australian-built cars delivered by the end of December 2012.
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