Why Lease A Honda?
Honda is one of the biggest carmakers in the world. The Japanese brand has a reputation for reliability, dependability and technical know-how. Famed for its sports cars in the 1990s and early 2000s, it has successfully repositioned itself as a leader in hybrid engine technology, matching the progress of Japanese rival Toyota by bringing an array of low-emission models to market ahead of many competitors.
During this transition, Honda has continued to maintain its reputation as a producer of very dependable cars with strong build quality. A Honda lease provides practical design and peace of mind, for both personal and business leasing.
Honda was founded in 1937, starting as a manufacturer of engine parts. In 1949, the Honda Motor Company was formed, quickly becoming a renowned producer of motorcycles. It wasn’t until 1963 that the brand shifted into car production with its first-ever model.
Over the next few decades, Honda gradually expanded its model range with an array of ever-larger passenger cars, including the iconic Civic hatchback in 1972, the Accord saloon in 1976 and the Prelude in 1978. By the 1990s, the manufacturer had established a rock-solid reputation for its robust powertrains and forward-thinking design.
These days, Honda has a wide variety of vehicles in its line-up, with its most recent models all-embracing hybrid power. It makes highly appealing cars, with a model to cover nearly every niche in the market – including small EVs, family cars, SUVs and even supercars.
Traditionally, Honda’s main competitors have been Japanese rivals such as Toyota, Mazda and Nissan. However, the brand’s transition into a global carmaker means it also rivals the likes of Ford, Vauxhall, Renault, SEAT, Volkswagen and Skoda, as well as the premium manufacturers like Audi and BMW.
Honda car leasing with Vanarama guarantees unbeatable customer service and affordable monthly payments. If you need any further information on any of the lease cars in our range, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our friendly team.
The Honda Range
Honda boasts a wide range of hybrid models ranging from a small supermini to a pairing of family-sized SUVs. It also offers an electric city car, as well as a flagship hybrid-powered supercar.
Across the Honda line-up, the manufacturer uses a mixture of iconic nameplates for its hatchbacks, alongside a simple initialism naming convention for its SUV models.
Powertrain options cover pure electric, hybrid, petrol and petrol hybrid. The carmaker also offers a choice of manual, CVT automatic and dual-clutch gearboxes in its cars, although the manual is now only available in the Civic hatchback.