Honda Marine offers special financing and deferred payment option

Published online: Jan 07, 2009 News Soundings Trade Only
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Offered by Honda Financial Services through participating Honda Marine dealers, the program is available to boaters re-powering their vessels with new, unregistered Honda outboards (2-225 horsepower) between January 6, 2009 and March 2, 2009. Consumers have the additional option of deferring payments for 90 days while accruing zero interest for the first 60 days. Customers wishing to finance complete boat, motor and trailer packages (including accessories) also have the option to do so at rates starting as low as 6.99 percent.
In addition, all Honda Marine outboards sold for recreational use offer Honda's standard, industry-best True 5-year, factory-backed, non-declining limited warranty. True 5 offers full Honda backing in comparison to the outsourced, extended service contracts typically provided by other manufacturers. Coverage under the program is the same on the last day as it is on the first.   Honda Marine pioneered four-stroke engine technology, setting a new benchmark for fuel efficiency, quiet operation and low emissions. Honda's outboards share the same unparalleled durability, quality and reliability of its legendary automobiles. With models ranging from 2 to 225hp, Honda Marine's full line of current production models meets rigorous California Air Resources Board (CARB) 3-Star standards, ensuring their availability and regulatory compliance in all 50 states.

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