Drive a Honda HR-V home for No Money Down, or lease for $185/mo
Is catching a crossover at an exceptional rate at the top of your wish list this holiday season? Well, your local Honda dealership can accommodate with a 2016 Honda HR-V LX 2WD with automatic transmission for just $185 per month* on a 36 month lease or ZERO dollars down for those who prefer to buy.
While your new Honda HR-V from Tampa Honda might not fit under the tree, it sure will fit quite nicely within your budget!
The crossover is perfect for those of us who don’t need a full-size SUV, but still prefer something other than a mid-size sedan. These sporty new crossovers are a do-it-all vehicle with a fun styling and a utility-minded interior.
A 2016 Honda HR-V from your Honda dealership in Tampa is chock full of tech, like the available HondaLink Next Generation software that allows you to swipe through music, podcasts and other media content right from your compatible smartphone. Choose to upgrade your options package, and you can also have a seven-inch touchscreen right in the dash to help you access all of your entertainment in addition to vehicle and navigation info.
While being tech-savvy is cool, safety should always be top priority. Honda agrees, and so you can take comfort knowing the 2016 Honda HR-V boats top-notch safety such as the ACE body structure that Honda has engineered to protect occupants in the event of an accident. The structure distributes violent frontal crash energies more evenly throughout the front of the vehicle.
Other high-tech safety features like Vehicle Stability Assist, Anti-Lock Braking, and available Honda LaneWatch, help you avoid trouble on the roadways before it has a chance to start.
So come visit Tampa Honda today and test drive a trending Honda HR-V. It’s very likely far better than any stocking stuffer your could imagine, so come take advantage of the budget-saving offers now through January 2, 2017.
* $2,999 due at signing. Does not include tax, title and dealer fee of $995. valid with qualified credit. Offer expires 1/2/2017.