Honda Australia Offering Deals on Insight, Civic Si and Civic Type R

Honda Australia has announced drive-away deals on its range of models, covering the Insight, Civic Si and Civic Type R, helping customers stretch their money to fit a better car. So if you’re in the market for a frugal hybrid or a hothatch, they might have what you need right now.

It’s a great time to visit your Honda Dealer for a hatch to match your taste. Whether it be the frugal Insight, the European Civic five-door or the hot hatch Civic Type R, Honda offers you great value for money,”
said Mr. Stephen Collins, Honda Australia’s General Manager Sales and Marketing.

The deal starts with the Insight IMA, is now priced from AUD29,990 drive-away (VTi with flat paint only). The Insight combines a 1.3 litre petrol engine and Honda’s Integrated Motor Assist (IMA) system that delivers extra power from an electric motor.

It comes as standard with eatures such as Bluetooth, USB connectivity, steering-wheel mounted audio and cruise control, a multi-information display and climate control, while offering its Australian customers a combined fuel efficiency of 4.6-liters per 100 kilometers.

The Civic Si five-door hatchback new offers extra value for the same AUD29,990 as the Insight. The Civic Si features European styling and a split-level dash, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, Honda’s ‘Magic Seats’, auto-sensing wipers and 17 inch alloy wheels along with all the safety features you’d expect from a Honda – electronic stability control, six airbags and ABS with EBD.

How about something really hot? Honda is selling the Civic Type R for AUD39,990. Is 2.0 litre i-VTEC engine coupled with the slick six-speed manual transmission delivers 200 hp and 193Nm of torque. True to its Red H badge tradition, the Civic Type R delivers exceptional handling and hot performance.
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