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A Look At Honda’s Summer Lease Offers

August 17, 2017

This summer, Honda is currently offering a number of lease deals that are worth your consideration if you’re in the market for a new car. This is particularly true if you’re in the market for a compact or a mid-size sedan. Below, we’ll be taking a look at what Honda has on offer.

Before delving deep into these lease offers, though, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. These are Honda’s advertised lease deals. Therefore they do not reflect a number of things that will affect both your monthly payment and the amount due at signing. For example, monthly rates do not reflect sales tax in your state, and the amount due at signing does not reflect additional license, dealer, title and other fees that may apply.

In addition, do keep in mind that the below quoted lease deals assume sterling credit on the part of the lessee. Also, what you’re offered when you visit a dealership will depend upon the specific trim level of the vehicle in which you’re interested, and the quoted lease can vary depending upon where you’re located.

With all of this in mind, let’s take a look at Honda’s current lease offers. Unless otherwise noted, these lease deals are valid until September 5th.

2017 Honda Civic

The Civic remains an enduring favorite with the auto-buying public. In fact, the Civic draws high praise from reviewers, including those at Edmunds, Car & Driver and Motor Trend. (Each publication awarded the Civic 4.5 out of 5 stars)

As Honda gears up for the reveal of 2018 models, it’s currently offering a number of promotional lease deals for the Civic in all of its forms: sedan, coupe and hatchback.

Currently, Honda is offering 36-month, 36,000-mile leases for the Coupe CVT LX and the Sedan CVT LX with $1,999 due at signing and payments of $169. For the Hatchback CVT LX, the amount due at signing jumps up to $2,299 and the payments increase to $189.

2017 Honda Accord

The Accord also remains a popular choice with car buyers, and the 2017 model also received top-notch reviews from leading automotive reviewers. For a mid-size car, reviewers praised the vehicle for its roominess and the comfort of its cabin. They also noted its above average fuel economy. Like the Civic, Honda is currently offering a number of attractive lease deals for the LX trim level in the Accord’s various forms: sedan, coupe and hybrid.

A 36-month lease for the Accord CVT LX Hybrid currently calls for $2,699 due at singing and payments of $229. For the coupe and sedan, the amount due at signing is $1,999 and the payments are $189.

2017 Honda Fit

With the subcompact market getting more and more crowded by the year, the Honda Fit continues to be a leader of the pack. This vehicle has drawn rave reviews from all of the leading automotive reviewers, including 5 out of 5 stars from Car & Driver, which praised the versatility of the Fit’s interior.

For the base CVT LX, the current 36-month advertised lease offer is $2,399 due at signing with $139 payments. Do note that this base model does not include a number of popular options, including Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

2017 Honda HR-V

Honda’s crossover vehicle, the HR-V, has received above-average reviews from major publications. While reviewers are generally positive about the crossover’s spaciousness and interior, many fault the vehicle for its lack of performance and for below-average acceleration.

Honda’s current advertised 36-month lease deal for the HR-V applies to the baseline two-wheel drive LX. The amount due at signing is $2,299 and payments are $179.

2017 Honda Odyssey

Families in the market for a minivan should definitely check out the Odyssey, which has drawn great reviews from major automotive publications. In particular, reviewers have praised the Odyssey for its interior, which can fit everyone comfortably and that can easily be adapted for hauling bulky cargo.

For the baseline LX, the current 36-month lease offer is $2,499 due at signing with payments of $279. If you’re tempted, be sure to act fast, as this offer is set to expire at the end of July.

Again, the lease deals quoted above are those that are advertised nationally by Honda. Depending upon where you live, your credit and what dealership you visit, what’s ultimately offered to you will vary. In addition, all of the above-quoted lease deals are for the base trim level of each model. As such, you can expect to pay more if you move up a trim level or select various options. Still, these deals provide a great jumping off point for negotiations. If you’re interested in getting behind the wheel of one of these Hondas this summer, be sure you have the above information in your back pocket.