Jack R. Nerad | March 31, 2020
Honda has constructed a multi-part effort to combat the sudden downturn in the American car market caused by the coronavirus. Among its efforts are new sales incentives, deferred payment options and even special deals on certified pre-owned vehicles. Since the pandemic has not yet run its course, the next few weeks might be an uphill battle, but by giving consumers new reasons to buy vehicles now, Honda is expected to retain its position as one of the nation’s most-purchased brands.
Below you’ll find a detailed summary of the coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives Honda has announced as the nation deals with the current crisis.
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