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Honda Marine pitches low retail financing for summer

Honda Marine will offer special retail financing rates as low as 6.49 percent APR throughout this year’s summer boating season.

Offered by Honda Financial Services through participating Honda Marine dealers, the program is available to boaters purchasing new, unregistered Honda outboards (2-225hp) for repower and inclusive boat, motor, and trailer packages (including accessories) between June 2 and Sept. 30.

Consumers have the additional option of deferring payments for 90 days, while accruing zero interest for the first 60 days.

In addition, all Honda Marine outboards sold for recreational use through June 30 offer Honda’s five-year, factory-backed, non-declining limited warranty. Coverage under the program is the same on the last day as it is on the first.

Honda Marine, a division of American Honda Motor Co. manufactures and markets a complete range of outboard marine engines.

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