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    2020 Honda Cr-v TOURING SILVER
    68,763 km
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    2022 Honda Civic Sedan LX GREY
    60,054 km

Value, Durability and Fun with Used Honda Car Financing from East Coast Financing

For 22 consecutive years, the Honda Civic has been the bestselling car in Canada. This incredible winning streak means that 12% of the cars sold in Canada come from the Civic plant in Ontario, with a market share that rose by 54% over the past fifteen years. So it’s no wonder that there are always well over a dozen Honda models on the East Coast Financing Used Car Lot.

With CR-V production starting up in 2012, this SUV was a top-seller in Prince Edward Island by 2019. There’s clearly no doubt that Atlantic Canadians prefer vehicles that are value-packed, long-lasting, and fun to drive.

Wide Range of Honda Models

Second-hand buyers will find many other Hondas built in Canada over the years, including Acuras, Accords, Odysseys, Pilots, Passports, and Ridgelines. With well over nine million cars and light trucks manufactured since 1986 at Honda’s two plants in Alliston, Ontario (as well as countless engines at a third plant nearby), great deals are popping up all the time for pre-loved Hondas in Atlantic Canada.

A popular model among second-hand buyers is the 2018 Honda Accord – voted Canada’s Large Car of the Year by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) at the 2017 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.

Planning Ahead for the Best Deal on a Honda

Well aware that speed can be vital for grabbing a bargain, farsighted buyers get their paperwork sorted out well in advance by checking the trade-in value of their old car here. Having checked their credit scores, they then tweak their Honda auto loan figures here, picking the best model and loan terms for the budgets.

Then it’s time to prequalify for car financing for Honda with East Coast Financing, and wait for the car of their dreams to roll onto our Used Car Lot.


In 2020, production of the Honda Civic coupe ceased, followed by the hatchback and sedan models in 2021. With a new generation Civic arriving in 2022 – 2023, it’s likely that many Honda fans will upgrade, flooding the second-hand market with their almost-new predecessors.