Auto parts supplier Bryan’s Auto Parts has teamed up with auto part retailer Auto Parts Australia to offer its used car customers the chance to buy a used Honda Accord with a discount.
The deal starts at $7,000 and is a one-off deal for first-time buyers, and it will be available until September 30.
Buyers must also have a valid Australian driver’s licence and be over 18 years old.
If they’re already buying an Accord, the deal can be extended for an additional six months.
Buyer must bring proof of Australian citizenship.
‘Buy now’ and ‘sell later’ terms apply.
”I think it’s a really good opportunity to try and encourage people to get a Honda Accord and try and save a bit of money on it,” Bryan’s senior manager of automotive marketing and sales David Taylor told the ABC.
”You’re saving yourself some money, you’re saving your credit card.
You’re saving on fuel, it’s less of a big deal.
“Mr Taylor said the deal was good for Honda Accord buyers, as they could get a “fair deal”.
”It’s not a big price tag, but we want to encourage them to get one,” he said.
”If they buy one and it’s successful, it’ll help us as we build up our sales pipeline and hopefully we’ll be able to get more Honda Accord deals out in the future.”
Honda Accord prices available to buy from Bryan’s online store and Auto Parts’s website are as follows: 1.
Honda Accord: $7000-$10,000 2.
Honda Element: $8,000-$12,000 3.
Honda Civic: $10,500-$15,000 4.
Honda Fit: $12,500-15,999 5.
Honda Ridgeline: $15,500+ 6.
Honda Odyssey: $16,000+ 7.
Honda Insight: $17,500–18,999 8.
Honda Crosstour: $18,500+.
Honda Pilot: $20,000+.
Honda Accord Used Cars is available from the company’s online stores and online at Bryan’s website.
The Honda Accord is one of the biggest selling cars in Australia, with more than 1.5 million cars sold since 2010.
The Accord is also one of Australia’s most popular cars, and has become an icon of the brand.
In February, Honda released its latest model, the Accord X, a small SUV with a range of 1,000 kilometres on the road.
The new model was also made available in the US for $25,000.
”Our Accord family is a global brand, so we wanted to make sure we captured the consumer’s imagination,” Mr Taylor told ABC News.
”The Accord X is a new, high-quality vehicle, and we wanted people to try it out and see if they liked it or not.”
The Accord has been on a tear since its release, but is still a relatively expensive car, especially for new buyers.
The brand recently launched a new model, Civic, which costs $23,999.
Mr Taylor was impressed with the new Civic, and said he hoped the Accord would be able get a similar boost with the introduction of a new car model.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is investigating whether the deal breaches the Competition and Marketing Act.
If it is found to breach the act, it could have a major impact on the market, he said, and could lead to the cancellation of other deals with the brand in the market.
“If they are successful and they can get the Accord back into the Australian market, it would be a huge deal for us, as we would get a significant increase in sales,” Mr Taylor explained.
”We’ve got to keep our sights on what we’re selling, and make sure that we keep our eyes on what our competitors are doing.