Set Yourself Three, a comprehensive finance package, brings a suite of aftersales extras alongside preferential finance rates and a test-ride incentive to the touring rider itching to tackle the open road on a brand-new Gold Wing or Africa Twin. The Fireblade also enjoys a finance boost, amongst a number of other models.
Honda UK’s new Set Yourself Three finance package has been designed to encourage riders to tour with complete peace of mind thanks to a variety of complimentary aftersales extras, all brought with the added affordability of reduced finance rates and a test-ride based incentive.
Prospective buyers can take advantage on all CRF1100L Africa Twin and CRF1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports variants as well as the Gold Wing and Gold Wing Tour. Honda’s Super Sport flagship CBR1000RR-R Fireblades are also even more accessible than before along with a raft of other models.
Three is the magic number for iconic duo
Those taking up the well-appointed aftersales and finance package will benefit from no less than three complimentary services; a one-year extended guarantee, one year extended European Roadside Assistance plus a one-year complimentary Datatool subscription for the advanced anti-theft technology.
Injecting value and even greater appeal to the Gold Wing and Africa Twin line-ups are the finance terms of the Set Yourself Three, three-year finance deal. A borrowing rate of 4.9% APR wrapped in with a £500 incentive courtesy of a pre-purchase test-ride makes any specification of the Tour or Adventure models very attractive.
For added flexibility, those customers looking to purchase outright, a £500 incentive courtesy of a pre-purchase test-ride plus a complimentary year’s subscription to Datatool’s advanced anti-theft technology is also available.
Similarly, the latest CBR1000RR-R Fireblades benefit from the same improved, 4.9% finance rate over a three-year contract. Representing the cutting-edge of litre performance bikes, the 215bhp road-racer also weighs in with a £1,000 enhancement after a test ride. Furthermore, one year of the Datatool tracking service is also included. Better yet, this offer applies to both standard and SP models of Fireblade.
For added flexibility, those customers looking to purchase outright, a £1,000 incentive courtesy of a pre-purchase test-ride plus a complimentary year’s subscription to Datatool’s advanced anti-theft technology is also available.
Offers for Street family
Honda’s most powerful Street model, the CB1000R, can be purchased on a reduced finance package rated at 5.9% APR. Bolstered by a deposit contribution of up to £750, Honda’s premium sports naked that underwent a significant refresh for 2021 is the ideal choice for riders looking for an impressive mix of performance and a classic aesthetic. A £750 deposit contribution is available to 20YM and older NC750Xs, making the frugal and do-it-all model the perfect 365-day bike.
Middleweights in the shape of the 20YM and older Super Sport CBR500R and Street CB500F have also been tagged with a deposit contribution of £500 alongside a finance package of 6.9% APR.
19YM and older 125s also receive support with deposit contributions of £200 and two-year finance packages rated at 4.9% APR, which allows new riders to take their first step into the motorcycling world affordably, aboard an MSX125, Super Cub or CB125F.
The SH300i scooter has a customer saving of £300 for 20YM and older. A considerable sum that will buy plenty of miles of riding thanks to the fuel-sipping, one-cylinder engine.
Got to www.hondanews.eu to find the full terms and conditions for each model.
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