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Honda is marking 20 years in the UK with new deals on its British-built models.
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New deals mark 20 years of Honda UK

New deals mark 20 years of Honda UK

Honda has announced a range of new car deals to mark its 20th year of operation in the UK.

In order to celebrate the milestone, the Japanese carmaker is to launch a number of competitive offers on its British-built models including the popular Honda CR-V, Honda Civic and Honda Jazz cars.

The aim of the offers is to make Honda cars more affordable for British motorists and the deals are set to run until the end of September this year.

Among the offers are new finance deals, trim upgrades and servicing packages, all of which can mean savings for those looking to get behind the wheel of a new motor.

Commenting on the deals for the Honda Civic, the manufacturer said: "The new Civic ... has had the cost of ownership made even more competitive with the availability of a £1,500 deposit contribution.

"Buyers looking to purchase a new Civic now have the added option of financing the model with three years 6.9 per cent PCP with nil deposit or three years zero per cent HP."

Honda is also making the Civic available with a three-year complimentary service plan, which can be extended to five years for a one-of payment of £199.

Those looking for a larger car could be tempted by the CR-V, which now offers a complimentary upgrade worth £2,490.

Under the terms of the deal, customers will get a navigation system, dual-zone climate control, heated front seats and rear parking sensors for free.

The award-winning Honda Jazz also becomes more affordable with finance payments available at £149 per month for those with a 27 per cent deposit.

And for those looking to go green, the Honda CR-Z – billed as the world’s first sporty hybrid, now also comes with a complimentary three-year service plan.

With new car deals like this, Honda is hoping to a new generation of fans will mean another 20 years of popularity in the UK – at least.

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