Friday, November 14, 2014

New Happy Honda-Days Ads Feature '80s Toys

If you’ve been out shopping anywhere over the course of the last couple of weeks, you know that the holidays have already taken over the entire country, with holiday tunes playing on radios everywehre and red-and-green decorations spilling forth from every possible corner of every possible retail store. We may only be halfway through November, but there’s no denying the fact that the holidays are here.

That, of course, means that it’s time for the annual Happy Honda-Days sales event, which allows for a number of great financing and lease options on 2014 and 2015 model year Honda vehicles.

What makes the Honda-Days sale even more fun this year, however, has been the TV ads, which feature a lot of toys from the 1980s. Jem, Skeletor, Stretch Armstrong, Strawberry Shortcake and G.I Joe serve as the stars of these commercials, each of which centers around the idea that any Honda vehicle could be just as exciting a gift as any of these toys that 30-somethings wanted so badly when they were kids.

Gumby and Pokey aren’t your typical modern day salesmen, especially for something as pricy as a car, but we respect what Honda is trying to do by dishing up some nostalgia for one of the market’s most profitable groups of consumers.

Whether you’re in the market for a new 2015 Honda Accord or a 2015 Honda CR-V, the Happy Honda-Days sale has great APRs and leasing deals right now. Come pay us a visit any time to test drive any of these vehicles.

Unfortunately, ‘80s toys not included.

1 comment:

  1. The new "Happy Honda Days" ads with an 80s twist are a nostalgic delight. What Is The Hardest Class To Play In World Of Warcraft As A Beginner They cleverly blend retro vibes with modern appeal, capturing attention and evoking sense.