Honda (UK) is continuing to make new car ownership more affordable by adding three years' complimentary servicing and a range of flexible finance options to selected new cars until the end of March 2011. Honda is also easing the pain of the New Year VAT rise by absorbing the price increase for customers throughout January.
Three Years' Free Servicing
Customers visiting a Honda dealership in the new year will also be eligible for three years' complimentary servicing on all new Honda CR-V models and Honda Insight and Honda CR-Z hybrids.
This offer, combined with Honda's standard one year's road side assistance, three year new car warranty and Honda's reputation for bulletproof reliability, means affordable and hassle-free Honda new car ownership for the first three years.
Pre-VAT Rise Price Freeze
Honda is also holding 2010 prices on all Honda CR-V, Honda CR-Z, Honda Insight and Honda Accord models and selected Honda Civic variants until the end of January 2011. For example, by not passing on the VAT rise, customers can benefit from a £443 saving on a new Honda Accord 2.0 ES GT.
A range of flexible finance options are available across the Honda range to break the new car cost into manageable monthly payments. With a 25 per cent deposit, customers can secure a 5.9 per cent PCP over three years, while those with a smaller deposit of 10 per cent can secure a 7.9 per cent PCP over the same duration. A two year 0 per cent HP is available with a 35 per cent down payment.
Customers opting for the 5.9 per cent PCP with 25 per cent deposit could walk away with a brand new Honda CR-V 4x4 for as little as £299 per month."Our New Year's resolution was to keep helping our customers drive down the cost of new car ownership and three years free servicing combined with a selection of finance options is a great start. Plus, we wanted to take the sting off the VAT price rise - two and a half per cent is a significant amount on large purchases such as cars and it all adds up," concluded Martin Moll, Head of Marketing for Honda (UK) Published 5 January 2011