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Happy Honda Days sales event going on through January 2

The Happy Honda Days sales event is still going on at our dealership! Now through January 2, financing and lease deals are available all over our lot!

Right now, 0.9% APR financing for up to 60 months is available on the Honda Accord and the Civic Coupe. These are two of America’s bestselling vehicles, and you can finance with a great low interest rate now! 0.9% financing is also available on the rugged Honda Ridgeline, the super-practical Odyssey, both models of the sporty Civic Si, and the versatile Crosstour. These interest rates allow you to make payments without adding tons of interest to your overall automobile cost.

Leasing options are also available, at low per-month prices and a small amount due at signing. You can “sign and drive” on a 2012 Crosstour, with no money due at signing! Special lease offers are available on the Accord, Civic sedan, Civic hybrid, CR-V, Odyssey, and Pilot.

Whether you want to buy or lease a new vehicle, you have plenty of options at Avery Greene Honda!

Two Hondas named to 2012 Used Car Best Bets

Edmund’s has released its 2012 Used Car Best Bets – and Honda has captured the Compact SUV and Minivan categories. The 2005-2010 Honda CR-V and the Honda Odyssey made over the same years are promising used models.

Edmunds says that, “space-efficient, fuel-efficient and easy to drive and own, the Honda CR-V does almost everything well.” Because the small crossover starts at an affordable price point, it retains its value while still being affordable. Plenty of low-mileage used CR-Vs are on the market.

The Honda Odyssey has retained its value over the years, but its V6 engine (the most powerful in the segment) huge interior, hideaway third-row seat, top safety scores and solid reputation for quality and reliability make it worth the money. The 2005-2010 body styles are attractive, nimble, and convenient.

Looking at a used car can be the right decision for some buyers. And, used cars may be becoming cheaper.The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) reported in April that we could see the price of used cars decrease this summer, and they have recently confirmed that report.  In fact, some models’ value could drop by $900 in only one month.

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