Mostly As: Financing! Because you want to be able to customize your car and you’re a frequent driver, buying makes sense. You have a good down payment, which will help make your payments affordable, and you don’t mind maintaining your vehicle for years to come.
Mostly Bs: Leasing! You won’t be driving your new Honda frequently, so you shouldn’t have to worry about paying mileage fees at the end of your lease term. Leasing allows you to upgrade your vehicle regularly, so you can take advantage of the latest features. Because you don’t have a large down payment, leasing will be the more affordable option.
2023 marks 30 years for the Type R and 50 years for the Civic—and the automaker went above and beyond to celebrate this milestone. The new Honda Civic Type R is not only the speediest member of the Type R family but the most powerful Honda-branded vehicle ever offered in the U.S., full stop….
If you’re looking for a hybrid that can save you tons of money in annual fueling costs, then it’s time to take a closer look at the 2022 Honda Insight gas mileage. The Honda Insight gas mileage reaches up to 55 city mpg for jaw-dropping efficiency on the Stratham roads. Get to know why…
The Honda Odyssey maintains its legacy as one of the best-selling minivans in Stratham, and beyond the incredible performance and utility, the cabin is one of the standout features. So, what can you expect inside the 2023 Honda Odyssey interior? This versatile model features tons of space, along with comforts and conveniences that bring…