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Andy Downes  says:

Honda reveals new finance deals

Honda has revealed details of a host of new offers and finance deals on new motorcycles and scooters which will run until March 31. The deals even include the new Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade which is now available with lower rate finance of 8.4% APR over three years. 2012 Honda Fireblades for sale. The CBR600RR, is available at 0% APR over a...

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RetroCraig

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RetroCraig says:

AMAZING

...how the Japanese can survive a crisis like the tsunami and have to rebuild a whole lot of their coastline but those in power still are able to keep their currency fighting fit. I was kinda hoping that prices would drop to promote sales (yes I'm a dreamer too). Hats off to them, other economies are battling without natural disasters to mop up. Good news for them, bad news for our bike prices, dealers are going to have to get creative to keep sales at a sustainable level, that's for sure. Ride safe lads...

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Darkrapture

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Darkrapture says:

Not so amazing really.

The Yen being strong is bad for the Japanese economy in general. Unlike us they actually have a manufacturing industry and the high value of the Yen not only makes it more expensive to export goods it also means there is an influx of cheap foreign goods coming into the market leading to lower sales in both export and domestic markets. If you look at the Chinese for example they've been purposely devaluing their currency for years to help their export market. There is a reason most things in our homes have a 'made in china' sticker on the bottom.

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Rogerborg

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Rogerborg says:

Try £1 down with Suzuki

Honestly, some of those deposits are eye-watering, they're asking close to what the bike will actually be worth by the time you get it home.  I know times are tough, but Suzuki have thrown down the gauntlet big time - let's see someone else pick it up.

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advectus

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advectus says:

subject to status

this obviously will be subject to status..... given the state of finances at the moment, the only people with status worthy of gainaing credit are those who have the money to buy them outright in the first place....

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advectus

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advectus says:

subject to status

this obviously will be subject to status..... given the state of finances at the moment, the only people with status worthy of gainaing credit are those who have the money to buy them outright in the first place....

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Bonly1

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Bonly1 says:

BMW FINANCE #&?%!!!

I take it all back.

Honda, I'm sorry, you are not the worst offender by far!

BMW............... 9% and 10%  !!!!!

WTF?

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COZ69

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COZ69 says:

Rogerborg

What can i say you get what you pay for!

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RetroCraig

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RetroCraig says:

Try South Africa

Here we get hit with between 12% and 15% do stop complaining, yes that figure is not a figment of my imagination, we get ripped off worse than anyone...

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