Chilliwack’s Murray Honda team shares why January can be a great time to invest in new wheels!

New year, new wheels?

4 ways January can be a good time to drive away with a great deal

While January might not be the time of year when you typically think about a new set of wheels, one local dealership has 4 reasons why you should.

“The new year means it’s time to make room for more 2019 vehicles, so we have some great deals for those wanting to drive away a 2018,” says Murray Honda general manager Chris Emery, who joined the dealership in the summer after more than a decade in the industry.

With everything from cash savings to Okanagan getaways on offer, here’s what you’ll find:

  1. $2,500 rebates on all 2018 Civics, Canada’s best-selling car, and Honda CR-Vs, a crossover that blends style and substance in one powerful, great-looking vehicle;
  2. $3,000 rebates on all Honda Ridgelines – the ultimate go-anywhere combination of fun and functionality – and Odysseys, roomy eight-seaters with space to get the family to school, soccer, and everywhere in between;
  3. Drive away with an Okanagan wine tour getaway with the purchase of a 2018 Honda Accord, a sleek, efficient way to get where you need to go, in style;
  4. And whether you leave the lot behind the wheel of a 2018 or 2019, you’ll be able to enjoy your new ride payment-free for 90 days – good on all new vehicle purchases!

With those kinds of savings, the remaining 2018s are going fast, all the more reason to visit today to see what’s on offer.

Driving home community support

Embracing its motto, “Our Reputation is Your Guarantee,” the dealership takes that into the community as well with a variety of local initiatives. In fact, with their local partners, they have contributed more than $600,000 in goods and supplies to local children in need!

The Murray Honda team recently joined Canadian Tire in collecting more than 800 pairs of boots for area children. The initiative is one half of Project Warmth, an annual fundraiser that provides winter footwear to children one year, and coats the next year. Last year, 700 winter coats were distributed as part of Coats For Kids.

Coming up later this year is the annual We Got Your Back promotion, in partnership with Staples Canada, which provides backpacks filled with school supplies – worth about $60 – to help give a child in need a good start to the school year.

Learn more about these and many other initiatives at and stay up-to-date on all the latest happenings on Facebook.

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