Honda Offering $0 Down Lease Deals
February 23, 2012
Incentives are starting to heat up, and Honda is back in the game with some great lease and finance offers - good through the end of this month.
Honda is offering their popular $0-$0-$0-$0 lease deals on several models right now. That means $0 down payment, $0 first month's payment, $0 security deposit, and $0 due at signing.
You will, however, still have to pay taxes, title, and dealer fees seperately. Here are the lease deals currently available:
- 2012 Accord Sedan - ($250/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
- 2012 Civic Sedan - ($230/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
- 2012 Crosstour - ($340/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
- 2012 CR-V - ($330/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
- 2012 Odyssey - ($350/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
- 2012 Pilot - ($340/month for 35 months, $0 due at lease signing)
Honda is also offering 0.9% financing on most of these same models, for up to 60 months.
2012 Civic - (excluding Civic Natural Gas) (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
- 2012 Accord - (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
- 2011 CR-V - (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
- 2011 Crosstour - (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
- 2012 Crosstour - (0.9% APR 24-36 months, 1.9% APR 37-60 months)
- 2012 Fit - (0.9% APR 24-36 months, 1.9% APR 37-60 months)
- 2012 Odyssey - (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
- 2012 Pilot - (0.9% APR 24-36 months, 1.9% APR 37-60 months)
- 2011 Ridgeline - (0.9% APR 24-60 months)
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