Honda Offering Zero Down Lease Deals
December 23, 2010
Honda is currently offering no customer cash-back incentives during its holiday sales event. So how do they call it a sale?
Hidden dealer incentives are the key!
Note that dealer incentives are for dealers only, but often you can squeeze the manufacture subsidy out of your dealer.
Most of the deals are lease deals. For December's campaign, Honda offers "$0 down payment, $0 security deposit, $0 first month's payment, $0 due at lease signing" on some models.
For instance, you can lease a higher-end 2010 Accord Crosstour for $320 a month with no down payment.
For those who want to finance, Honda is offering 0.9%-2.9 % interest-rate deals for 60 months on most of its lineup. Most of these deals end Jan. 4.
Lease Deals (includes $0 down payment, $0 first month's payment, $0 due at signing)
2010 Accord Crosstour (EX V-6): $320 for 36 months
2010 Fit (base with five-speed automatic): $190 a for 36 months
2010 Insight (LX): $210 for 36 months
2011 Odyssey (LX): $360 for 36 months
2011 Pilot (LX): $380 for 36 months
Special Lease Deals
2010 Accord Crosstour (EX V-6): $249 for 36 months, $2,959 due at signing
2010 Fit (base with five-speed automatic): $139 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
2010 Insight (LX): $169 for 36 months, $1,699 due at signing
2010 Odyssey (LX): $319 for 36 months, $1,999 due at signing
2011 Pilot (LX): $299 for 36 months, $2,999 due at signing
Hidden Dealer Incentives:
2010 Fit: $500
2010 Civic: $1,000
2010 Accord Crosstour: $1,200
2010 Odyssey: $750
2010 CR-V: $500
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