Honda PH offers huge discounts on City, CR-V, Civic, Brio Amaze this month

Willing to pay in cash?
by Drei Laurel | Jul 1, 2020
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July 2020 might be the best time to pull the trigger on a Honda if you plan on paying in cash. Actually, scratch that—if you want to own a Honda and you’re very liquid at the moment, this is the time to buy.

The Japanese car manufacturer is currently offering a handful of vehicles (including some older models) with huge cash discounts this month. The Civic, CR-V, and City are some of the bigger names included in the promo. Check out the deals below:

Model SRP Cash discount
2018 Honda Accord 2.4 S Navi AT P1,938,000 P500,000
2017 Honda Brio Amaze 1.3 V Navi AT P848,000 P350,000
2018 Honda CR-V Touring Diesel 9AT P1,738,000 P340,000
2018 Honda Civic RS Turbo CVT P1,576,000 P300,000
2018 Honda Mobilio 1.5 E MT P895,000 P260,000
2019 Honda City 1.5 VX+ Navi CVT P1,059,000 P165,000

For those of you who aren’t looking to pay in cash, the company is also offering an all-in financing program with 10% downpayment (36 to 60 months) via BPI Family Savings Bank, RCBC, China Bank Savings, and Bank of Commerce for select models. Another option is a low cash-out, low monthly amortization (with free one month) at 15% to 20% down payment for 36 to 60 months. The latter promo is available through BPI Family Savings Bank, RCBC, China Bank Savings, and Bank of Commerce, UCPB, PNB, PSBank, and Robinsons Bank.

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All offers come with three-year Land Transportation Office (LTO) registration and Chattel Mortgage, as well as one year of comprehensive insurance with Acts of Nature (through select banks). As a cherry on top, buyers of select City, CR-V, Mobilio, Brio Amaze, and Civic variants will get a free Blaupunkt air purifier.

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“Honda is one with the nation on its fight against COVID-19. Through our latest deals and special offers, we aim to provide mobility and convenience to Filipinos, to improve their quality of life during these trying times. We believe that hand-in-hand, we can overcome these challenges,” Masahiko Nakamura, Honda Cars Philippine president, says in a statement.

So, is paying straight-up cash something you would ever consider doing when buying a car?

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