NEW Honda CBR125R 0% APR for 36months @ £97.22/m - Total £3599 @ Honda - HotUKDeals
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CBR125R

36 MONTHS AFFORDABLE FINANCE

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VPL Terms and Conditions: New CBR125R registrations from 01 July 2014 to 30 September 2014. Subject to model and colour availability. Representative Example based on 0% VPL. Offers applicable at participating dealers and are at the promoter's absolute discretion. Indemnities may be required in certain circumstances. Finance is only available to persons aged 18 or over, subject to status. All figures are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change. Credit provided by Honda Finance Europe Plc. 470 London Road, Slough, Berkshire SL3 8QY. Honda Finance Europe Plc is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, Financial Services Register number 312541.
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2 Likes #1
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
1 Like #2
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.


Hence the second deal posted by awesomegiles26!!! :p
#3
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
If you know you can afford a bigger bike within those 3 years then obviously finance inst the way to go.
I've had my 50cc for 1 and half years and I am still loving it!
#4
awesomegiles26
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
If you know you can afford a bigger bike within those 3 years then obviously finance inst the way to go.
I've had my 50cc for 1 and half years and I am still loving it!
50cc scooter?
#5
AR2012
awesomegiles26
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
If you know you can afford a bigger bike within those 3 years then obviously finance inst the way to go.
I've had my 50cc for 1 and half years and I am still loving it!
50cc scooter?

You can't knock him for having a scooter. You have no idea about his financial limits, physical ability or even limitations set by age.

You can however knock him, for posting the standard price from a Honda Website.

Better deals to be had just making a visit to motorbike shop.....Wether it be price or the additional extras thrown in...
#6
peter1969uk
AR2012
awesomegiles26
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
If you know you can afford a bigger bike within those 3 years then obviously finance inst the way to go.
I've had my 50cc for 1 and half years and I am still loving it!
50cc scooter?

You can't knock him for having a scooter. You have no idea about his financial limits, physical ability or even limitations set by age.

You can however knock him, for posting the standard price from a Honda Website.

Better deals to be had just making a visit to motorbike shop.....Wether it be price or the additional extras thrown in...
wasn't knocking him for having a scooter just ive never heard a motorcycle engine go as low as 50cc usually entry models on the uk market are 123-5cc.

Edited By: AR2012 on Jul 22, 2014 13:59
#7
AR2012
peter1969uk
AR2012
awesomegiles26
adam_holcombe
This is the standard price?

I'd also think twice about getting a 125 on a 3-year finance deal.. Once you start, you'll soon want to upgrade to a bigger bike.
If you know you can afford a bigger bike within those 3 years then obviously finance inst the way to go.
I've had my 50cc for 1 and half years and I am still loving it!
50cc scooter?

You can't knock him for having a scooter. You have no idea about his financial limits, physical ability or even limitations set by age.

You can however knock him, for posting the standard price from a Honda Website.

Better deals to be had just making a visit to motorbike shop.....Wether it be price or the additional extras thrown in...
wasn't knocking him for having a scooter just ive never heard a motorcycle engine go as low as 50cc usually entry models on the uk market are 123-5cc.
Entry level in uk is 49cc which you can ride at 16 on provisional. I would love a 125cc motorbike but just don't see any need for it when my 50cc is great!
Yes this is the standard price, however its pay monthly finance.. if you can afford it at full price in one full payment then yes there is probably other places where it may be cheaper. This deal is not aimed for someone who could afford the full price unless they feel their financial situation would be better with a finance option
1 Like #8
I had a 50cc motorcycle which was ideal for commuting.
#9
Isn't there a decent looking 50cc from aprilia?
#10
0% APR and under £100 a month for 3 years is deal even if it's standard price.

How much would insurance be for a 26 year old?

Very interested.
#11
emiratesstadium
0% APR and under £100 a month for 3 years is deal even if it's standard price.

How much would insurance be for a 26 year old?

Very interested.

At 16 it cost me loads but at 17 it went way down to £180 so shouldn't be more than that for 26 year old.. If you have driving license for car then you probably get a discount at some insurers (for a 50cc)

Edited By: awesomegiles26 on Jul 22, 2014 22:08
#12
awesomegiles26
emiratesstadium
0% APR and under £100 a month for 3 years is deal even if it's standard price.

How much would insurance be for a 26 year old?

Very interested.

At 16 it cost me loads but at 17 it went way down to £180 so shouldn't be more than that for 26 year old.. If you have driving license for car then you probably get a discount at some insurers (for a 50cc)


Been driving for 6 years.

Will get a quote. Thanks for your help.

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