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Good savings to be had at Honda, including generous deals on the petrol models in the Civic range, particularly the sportier Type-S variant. The best discounts (as well free servicing deals) are all tied in to low-payment finance packages stretched over two or three years.

Honda Civic

Honda deals: Honda is running a new offer exclusive to  ‘Type-S’ petrol models in the Civic range, knocking £1,425 off the list price of either the 1.4-litre or 1.8-litre versions. This is attached to a variety of finance deals, where customers can choose the amount of deposit they want to pay. The pick of the bunch is a ten per cent deposit and 7.4 per cent APR payable over three years, which will secure you a high-spec 1.8 Type S GT.

Three years free servicing and £0 road tax for three years is also included in the deal, and the monthly payments are set at an affordable £359. Buyers after the flagship Type-R flagship are also in luck, as Honda has knocked the list price down to £19,995 - a saving of over two grand.

Marketplace deals: The brokers can go one better than the dealers prices – and without the added financial burden of monthly payments. Online broker Broadspeed is offering £2,452 off the same 1.8i V-TEC Type S GT, now down to just £15,643. 

Honda Insight

Honda deals: There are cash discounts to be had on the innovative hybrid, tied to good finance packages, with £1,330 off the list price, taking the SE 1.3 CVT down to £14,995. There’s a 0 per cent APR PCP finance deal with a 35 per cent (£6,204) initial deposit to pay up front. Still, dealers will throw in a three-year, 90,000-mile warranty completely free of charge.

Marketplace deals: There’s only one engine option, the 1.3-litre petrol electric hybrid, and the brokers struggle to match the dealers, but still have discounts to offer. Online broker Broadspeed has an Insight in ES trim for £2,199 cheaper than the standard price, at £15,706.

Honda Jazz

Honda deals: The Jazz will also be available with 0 per cent finance from the 1st of October onwards. The 1.2 and 1.4-litre petrol versions can be had with a wide variety of PCP finance packages, spanning either two or three years, with deposits varying between 10 per cent (£988) with 7.4 per cent APR typical or 35 per cent (£4,349) for the 0 per cent package.  

There’s also a cash discount on the 1.2-litre manual petrol in ‘S’ trim, which can be had for £9,995, creeping just underneath the important £10,000 barrier.    

Marketplace deals: The brokers can’t get massive discounts off the standard list prices, but if you’re looking for a higher spec model with the bigger engine and air conditioning, then Broadspeed has a 1.4 i-V-TEC ES-T five-door with £614 off, now at £13,656.

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