Honda UK starts new 0% APR offer for its e:Ny1 electric SUV

  • The Honda UK division has just made the prospect of owning an e:Ny1 even more accessible, with the launch of a new 0% APR scheme across both Personal Contract Purchase and Hire Purchase agreements.
  • What’s more, Honda themself will also contribute a £3,500 deposit towards either of the deals.
  • The deal is running from now until the end of September.

An electric Honda to consider?

The Japanese rival to electric cars such as the Peugeot e-2008 and Hyundai Kona Electric is a relative newcomer to the EV world, only released to the market in late 2023, but has seen praise for both its high level of fit and finish, and a high range of 256 miles. This updated finance deal is a further improvement on the outgoing finance deal on the Honda e:Ny1, which was revealed back in April.

Rebecca Adamson, Head of Automotive (UK) at Honda Motor Europe, commented:

“Honda is committed to leading the way in electric mobility, and our latest e:Ny1 retail offer is part of our continuing efforts to make electric cars accessible… By reducing the APR to 0% and increasing the Honda Deposit Contribution to £3,500, we are continuing to try and make it easier for more customers to experience the benefits of electric driving”.

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This new deal for Honda’s second fully-electric car is an attractive offer, but there’s plenty more 0% EV finance deals around if the e:Ny1 doesn’t take your fancy. Such deals have become increasingly common in recent months, likely a response to the UK’s mandate that at least 22% of a manufacturer’s car sales this year must be fully electric models. Plus, with the UK likely bringing forward a ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel passenger cars from 2035 to 2030, expect to see more of these offers on the horizon. Here are some of the other best EV finance deals in the UK, right now. While the e:Ny1 offers great value for its segment, it still isn’t the cheapest EV in the world, at £40,000. However, sub-£30k EVs from the brand in the future are still a possibility.

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