Honda Offering Incredible Lease Deals
Earlier this month, Toyota began offering 0% financing, low-rate lease deals, and cash rebates on certain models.
Now Honda is playing catch-up by offering some incredible lease deals of their own. From now until May 3rd, Honda is offering a special lease deal which includes no down payment, no security deposit, no first month's payment, and nothing due at signing for most 2010 models.
These lease deals are good for one month longer than Toyota's, which means Toyota will most likely extend their incentives set to expire early next month.
This is great news for car shoppers looking for a great deal - incentives have not been this good in a long time.
Here are some of the lease deals offered by Honda. All leases are for 36 months and 12,000 miles allowance per year.
|2010 Honda Civic||$190/month|
|2010 Honda Insight||$240/month|
|2010 Honda Fit||$250/month|
|2010 Honda Accord||$250/month|
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- Gregg Fidan
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