No, wait until you get your discharge. Payments to a creditor prior to filing or during BK can be considered "favortism" (or some better legal term) and is prohibited. If the Trustee catches that they could force Toyota to return the payment & distribute it equally among all your creditors.
It will report as IIB (Included in BK), $0 balance anyway. Just pay it off as soon as you receive your discharge.
Thank you. I was just trying to avoid a potential repo and wondered if there was an advantage.
Well, you said you were never late, so they shouldn't be in any rush to repo. A very shady lender might since you owe so little on it, but not Toyota FInancial. You might get the payoff amount as a Cashier's or Certified check and overnight it the day you get your discharge to be on the safe side. If they have a location near you that you can take the payoff in person, even better.