Honda Cars India launches car leasing services in association with Orix

The leasing options are available for vehicles like Honda CR-V, Honda Civic and Honda City.

Honda City is available under the new leasing facility.

The leasing services can be availed by both corporate and individual customers.
There are several benefits under the lease plan.
The monthly domestic sales of the carmaker fell 51.3 per cent in August 2019.

Honda Cars India today announced the launch of its new leasing services in association with car leasing and rental firm Orix. The leasing options are available for vehicles like Honda CR-V, Honda Civic and Honda City.

Both corporate and individual customers, including self-employed professionals, businessmen and salaried persons, can avail the car leasing services. The lease plan will offer benefits like comprehensive insurance plans, maintenance packages, tax management and curated rentals according to the requirement.

“Car leasing offers convenience, access to latest vehicles and enables customers to enjoy the perks of using car without having to purchase it. Car leasing is gaining popularity in India and we are delighted to associate with Orix to offer tailor-made solutions for anyone who wants to enjoy benefits of modern ownership experience. In addition to corporate customers, the programme has been specially rolled out for individual customers as well,” said Rajesh Goel, Senior Vice President and Director, Sales and Marketing, Honda Cars India.

“Honda Cars India has been an aspirational brand in the country. We believe this partnership will fulfil many young dreams by enabling them to experience Honda Cars India’s premium products through our innovative and curated lease options. We are looking forward to further strengthen our portfolio with the inclusion of more HCIL products in the future,” Orix India Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Sandeep Gambhir said.

Honda Cars India reported a 51.3 per cent decline in monthly domestic sales to 8,291 units in August 2019. The monthly domestic sales had plunged 48.67 per cent to 10,250 units in July 2019 and 41.40 per cent to 10,314 units in June 2019.