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Honda announces their ‘High Five’ 192 campaign


Across Honda dealerships this 192 buying season Honda says it wants to give everyone a ‘High Five’. For a limited time the highly efficient Civic Diesel will be available with a choice of 5 highly competitive offers: 3.9 per cent APR PCP finance available, or €3,000 guaranteed minimum trade-in value, or upgrade to 9 speed automatic, or complimentary ‘Platinum Service Plan’ and 1 years free road tax, or a fifth option of €1,000 deposit contribution.

The award-winning Honda 120 PS 1.6 litre i-DTEC diesel engine for all the new Civic range was one of the first engines in the world to undergo the real-world testing WLTP, offering an outstanding combination of performance and efficiency. The Civic diesel is available in a sporty 5 door hatchback or a sophisticated 4 Door Sedan with Hondas suite of award-winning safety features ‘Honda Sensing’ as standard making it one of the safest vehicles in its class.

The refined and economical Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC diesel comes in a 6-speed manual transmission and is also available with an efficient nine-speed automatic transmission, capable of delivering impressive shifting refinement and official average fuel economy of 4.1l/100km for all grades and models.

Speaking at the Launch of the “High Five” Campaign, John Saunders, Sales and Marketing Director of Universal Honda Commented; “We are very excited to be bringing back the ‘High Five’ campaign to our customers for the 192 July registration period.

Civic continues as one of the cornerstones of the Honda Range here in Ireland and the newly refined diesel engine really offers our customers leading reliability, fuel economy and driving pleasure for which the model has long been renowned. With these 5 extremely competitive offers there is now an option for everybody, meaning our customers can drive away in a new Civic diesel from as little as €299 per month or choose an upgrade to the 9-speed automatic at no added cost”.