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From humble beginnings in a Japanese garage in the 1940s, Honda has come a long way to offer a line of vehicles known for their reliability. If you’re looking to finance a new or used Honda, you have several options available. And you may even be able to score a special discount if you’re a military service member or recent college grad.
There are multiple ways to finance your next Honda. While it may be tempting to go straight to the dealership, you could save money by comparing your car loan options first. Visiting different banks, credit unions and online lenders could not only help you score a lower rate — after all, you don’t have to pay the middleman — but could also put you in a better position to negotiate your car’s price. Another option is to take out a personal loan, though this typically comes with higher APRs since your loan won’t be secured by the car you’re buying.
If speed is your biggest priority and you don’t want to spend your free time comparing lenders, Honda has two financing options that might suit you:
Depending on where you live, your local dealer may offer their own special promotions, like cashback bonuses or low down payment deals. The rates and terms you qualify for will depend on your credit history and personal financial situation.
*Rates as of November 26, 2018.
Honda offers several discount programs for members of the military, college grads and drivers with disabilities:
The actual price of your new Honda will vary based on where you live, your negotiation skills and the add-ons you choose. We list the base MSRP of Honda’s 2019 models below — though you can expect to pay anywhere from $16,000 to over $31,000.
Honda offers a three-year, 36,000-mile limited warranty on its new cars alongside a five-year, 60,000-mile powertrain limited warranty. While this isn’t the most robust warranty on the market, it’s standard and should cover you in case there are any manufacturer defects.
Whether you’re interested in slipping into a new or used Honda, you have a variety of financing options to choose from. If speed is your main concern, then financing directly through Honda Financial Services might be the way to go. Otherwise, you may be able to score lower rates if you compare car loans from banks, credit unions and online lenders before visiting a dealer.
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