Honda Motor Southern Africa announces the return of Honda Dream Days from 24 to 27 September 2020.
The Heritage Weekend Dream Days form part of Honda’s celebration of its 20 years of operations in South Africa.
The health and safety of our customers is of paramount importance; all Honda dealerships nationwide will continue to follow strict hygiene and safety measures during the Dream Days event to minimise the spread of Covid-19.
“Dream Days have become an important part of Honda’s calendar”, says Dinesh Govender General Manager of Honda Motor Southern Africa. “Dream Days are about family fun, exciting prizes, great products and excellent deals. They give us an opportunity to come together and celebrate everything we love about Honda, and to make the dream of owning a Honda come true for prospective buyers. Since this is our 20th year operating in South Africa, we have even better reason than usual to celebrate our proud heritage in South Africa, and to thank our customers for their amazing loyalty and support.”
“We unleash the power of dreams by focusing on real-world needs of our customers,” he adds. “Our aim is mobility – to free people to enjoy their lives. That means that we must focus on providing products on the highest quality at a reasonable price. To achieve this balance, everything we do, including our product design and business processes, is based on the pillars of reliability, quality and practicality. Our customers trust the Honda brand because they know that they can trust our products.”
Customers who purchase selected products during the September Dream Days promotion will also receive a free Maintenance Plan upgrade to cover wear and tear, and customers who test drive vehicles during the promotional period stand a chance to win one of three R10,000 Cash Rewards Cards(*).
To participate in Honda Dream Days, members of the public with an interest in Honda are invited to visit any Honda dealership between 08:00 and 17:00 from 24 to 27 September 2020.
Social distancing and hygiene measures will be in place to safeguard the health of attendees, and all visitors are requested to wear a face mask.