Here at Norton Way Group we always ensure that relationships are at the heart of everything we do. That is why we have a number of dedicated Business to Business Specialists and a specialist Corporate Centre who are here to assist with company purchases. Whether you are buying one or fifty motorcycles for your business, they are available to help tailor a package that will suit your company’s requirements.
Incorporating a Honda Motorcycle or multiple Motorcycles into your business can bring a heap of benefits. Traffic congestion, roadworks, rush hours and limited parking spaces will all be a thing of the past!
Typically Motorcycles are a lower purchasing price or leasing cost when compared to other vehicle solutions. This combined with fuel savings, cheaper road taxes, exemption from congestion charges, most toll fees and parking costs, creates a very cost effective fleet or business solution.
Vehicle Exercise Duty can be as low as £17 p.a. was equates to an 85% saving over a typical hatchback cost of £110/ 12 months*.
*Saving based on a 2014 2.0 Ford Focus TDCI Titanium compared to a 125cc scooter
Most parking is free for motorcyclists. Based on an annual city centre car park season ticket you can save around £1,200 per vehicle.
Motorcycles are exempt from London Congestion Charge (£2,990 Annual Saving) and Dartford Crossing toll (£520 Annual Saving).
A number of Honda Motorcycles achieve impressive fuel economy thanks to efficient 4-stroke engines that use injection technology. An example would be the CB125F, which delivers 151.1 mpg.
Meet CO2 fleet targets with ease thanks to the typically lower emissions produced by Motorcycles & Scooters. An example of this would be the Vision 110 scooter emits only 44.6g/km.
It's essential for fleet and business vehicles to be on the road, that is why you need reliable options. Honda has built an impressive reputation for creating the most reliable motorcycles & scooters.
Honda Contract Hire allows you to tailor your monthly rental payments to suit your business or fleet needs