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How to finance an Acura in Canada
Learn about Acura financing options, interest rates, MSRPs of the latest Acura models and warranty options.
Acura — the luxury division of Japanese manufacturer Honda — offers upscale car models at relatively competitive price points. And with several discount programs and financing options available, you may be able to drive home without emptying your wallet.
Acura financing options in Canada
When you’re looking to buy an Acura, the most obvious choice is taking out a traditional car loan from a bank, credit union or online lender. While this typically takes more time, you have a better chance of qualifying for a competitive rate.
Acura Financial Services Canada
If speed is your main priority, you might want to consider financing directly through an authorized dealership. Advantages of financing through Acura Financial Services Canada include special discount programs and APR offers. Typical Acura finance rates range between 0.99% to 3.99% on 60 month terms.
You also have the option to lease through Acura Financial Services. Acura leasing rates can range from 0.99% to 3.99% for 36-48 month lease terms.
As with all types of financing, the exact rates and terms you qualify for will vary depending on your credit history and personal financial situation.
Does Acura offer special discounts or programs?
Yes, active-duty military members and recent veterans may qualify for up to $1,000 off select models when financed through Acura Financial Services Canada. Recent university graduates may qualify for special financing offers even with no credit history. Similarly, newcomers to Canada may be able to qualify for financing even if you haven’t built up a credit history in Canada yet.
If you’re looking to buy or lease a specific model, check Acura’s Special Offers page for details. You may be able to qualify for 0.99% finance rates on select vehicles.
What will new Acura models cost?
A new Acura model will cost anywhere from around $30,000 to over $220,000 — it all depends on the model you choose and your negotiating skills.
Choose a type of Acura model
- Starting MSRP: $30,805
- Build: Sedan
- City/highway (L/100 km): 9.9/7.0
- Starting MSRP: $44,105
- Build: Sedan
- City/highway (L/100 km): 11.2/8.0
- Starting MSRP: $221,500
- Build: Coupe
- City/highway (L/100 km): 11.1/10.8
- Starting MSRP: $44,505
- Build: Crossover
- City/highway (L/100 km): 11.0/8.6
- Starting MSRP: $56,405
- Build: SUV
- CCity/highway (L/100 km): 12.6/9.4
Does a new Acura come with a warranty?
Yes, every new Acura comes with Standard Warranty Coverage. You can check out the full coverage details of the Standard Warranty Coverage in the table below. If you’d like more coverage, you can opt for Acura Plus Extended Warranty, which extends coverage up to 8 years or 200,000 km. You can see the cost breakdown for the Acura Plus Extended Warranty for each model in the table below as well.
|Standard warranty coverage||Years covered/Distance|
|Major Components||5 years / 100,000km|
|Distributor’s Warranty||4 years / 80,000km|
|Emission Systems||4 years / 80,000km|
|Hybrid System||8 years / 160,000km|
|Rust Perforation||5 years / no distance limit|
|Surface Corrosion||4 years / 80,000km|
|Accessories||4 years / 80,000km|
|Audio Components||4 years / 80,000km|
|Roadside Assistance||4 years / no distance limit|
|5 Year/ 100,000 km||$1,018||$1,508||$1,678||$2,018|
|6 Year/ 100,000 km||$1,338||$1,998||$2,228||$2,438|
|6 Year/ 160,000 km||$1,738||$2,778||$2,988||$3,278|
|7 Year/ 130,000 km||$1,718||$2,678||$2,888||$3,148|
|7 Year/ 160,000 km||$1,938||$3,228||$3,438||$3,778|
|7 Year/ 200,000 km||$2,328||$3,588||$4,148||$4,488|
|8 Year/ 200,000 km||$2,668||$4,148||$4,768||$5,258|
*Prices accurate as of August 2021.
Compare Acura financing options
You have a few ways to finance a new or preowned Acura — from a traditional car loan to financing directly through Acura Financial Services. To find the best deal available to you, compare offers from a few car loan providers first before hitting the dealership.
Frequently asked questions Acura financing
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