Remember the last time you grinned in your helmet?
When you first see a Monkey, you’ll smile. When you first ride a Monkey, you’re guaranteed to be wearing the biggest grin inside your helmet. Sure, it’s small enough to pack away behind a camper van, and wriggle through gaps in traffic nothing else will get through. But, really what the Monkey’s all about is the sheer, basic joy of riding. And we think there’s nothing wrong with that.
The original Monkey became a ‘70s icon. It was the two-wheeled machine to be seen on, and nothing’s changed. Our new Monkey’s style, with its chromed steel high-level front and rear mudguards–plus the evocatively-stamped exhaust shield and high-rise handlebars–pays homage to the original. And somehow looks even funkier.
The Monkey’s a feeling. Of living carefree in the moment and making memories for now, and the future. Its history with Honda might go all the way back to 1961–when the world was a different place–but what it represents, what it is and what it means, is as important now as it ever was. The Monkey is two-wheeled freedom. And the time is right.
The Monkey has style all if its own. And character like nothing else. Chromed high-rise handlebars, plus frame, swingarm and shock absorbers painted the same colour as the peanut fuel tank–and the high-level mudguards–all draw attention. As do the chunky block-section tyres. But underneath it’s built strong, with a dependable, economical air-cooled 125cc engine bolted into a sturdy chassis that features IMU-controlled ABS braking. It’s also small and light, just 107kg, with a comfy seat set 775mm from the ground. So much more than a toy. No less of a motorcycle. It’s a Monkey.
Honda Finance Europe is part of the Honda Group of companies. Since 1997 we’ve been going from strength to strength, annually providing more than £350 million pounds to Honda customers.
We only finance Honda products, meaning we have no other commercial interest other than helping Honda customers purchase Honda products. After all, who better to fund your Honda than the people who built it?
As a member of the Finance Leasing Association we adhere to their strict codes of conduct. Our activities are regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, which includes our car and motorcycle dealer network, some of who are Specialist Automotive Finance (SAF) accredited. Trained and reviewed by us, we work with our dealers to ensure the standards of finance expertise you would expect from a Honda dealer.
Historically, the only way to finance your new motorcycle was to take a traditional bank loan from a high street lender - how times have changed. Traditional methods of funding today aren’t always the most cost effective way of funding your new Honda, especially for customers who require a simple, flexible and convenient finance to suit their needs.
We hope you are able to make use of our finance products to help make owning a Honda even more affordable.