Atlantic Honda Offers Special Discount for Recent College Graduates

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Local dealership provides eligible students with savings on new Honda vehicles

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Atlantic Honda is trying to help recent and soon-to-be college graduates. When shopping for a new car, it can be difficult for recent graduates to find a new vehicle that is affordable. That is why Honda Financial Services is making it easier by helping drivers save. Qualified applicants can save $500 on any 2019 or newer Honda vehicle at Atlantic Honda.

The College Grad Leasing Program is made to give prospective leasees more savings on a new Honda vehicle. Those interested will need proof of employment or proof of commitment of the future employer. Not only recent graduates can save, but students who will graduate in six months can also take advantage of the savings. Recent graduates must have graduated within two years of applying for the College Grad Leasing Program. Applicants will also need to provide Atlantic Honda with documents that show a stable credit history. Shoppers must have graduated or will graduate from an accredited university or registered nursing school with an Associate’s degree or higher.

This program also can help recent graduates with building their credit. Eligible applicants can choose the option to defer the first payment up to 90 days for traditional financing instead of leasing. The representatives at Atlantic Honda will work with eligible drivers to make the best payment plan for their needs. The payment plans are designed for customer satisfaction and flexibility for the applicant’s convenience.

Interested parties who would like to learn more about the College Grad Leasing Program at Atlantic Honda can visit the dealership’s website at http://www.atlantichonda.com. Interested parties can also contact the dealership for more information by calling 631-328-2060 or by visiting the showroom located at 1375 Sunrise Hwy Bay Shore, NY 11706, to talk with representatives.

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