Honda offers low cash-out, all-in bundle promo

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Against the backdrop of a restive Mayon Volcano, the two Brio variants are in the best place to amaze.

Against the backdrop of a restive Mayon Volcano, the two Brio variants are in the best place to amaze.

Honda Cars Philippines Inc., Honda’s automobile business unit in the Philippines, has launched a new payment scheme that makes it easier for customers to purchase a brand-new Honda vehicle.

Aptly called the Honda Easy Payment Plan, this scheme allows customers to choose between a 15- to 20-percent down payment scheme and from 36- to 60-month terms, both subject to bank approval. Until the end of December 2014, this plan is offered to all variants of the all-new City, Brio and Brio Amaze.

Through this financing program, customers can avail a brand-new City for as low as P49,000, a Brio for as low as P55,000, and a Brio Amaze for as low as P64,000, with free chattel mortgage fee, LTO (Land Transportation Office) registration and insurance.

Interested customers may visit www.hondaphil.com and try out its online financing calculator to compute their desired financing plan for the all-new City, Brio and Brio Amaze. The financing calculation is printable and can be a great tool when visiting a Honda dealership.

Furthermore, when visiting any Honda dealership nationwide, test-drives on any of the Honda models are available until Dec. 28, 2014. Prospective customers also get a chance to win an iPad Air, iPhone 6 or a brand new Honda Brio 1.3 S AT.

The Honda Easy Payment Plan is valid until Dec. 31, 2014, and is covered by DTI IV-A Permit No. 12-361, series of 2014.



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