Posted April 08, 2019 12:03:18When Honda began offering monthly maintenance fees for motorcycles in the U.S., many riders thought it was the perfect way to fund their maintenance plans.
The cost of the service is about $15 for each hour, and that’s not including a rental fee or tax.
But many riders, including myself, thought the fee was a bit steep for a service that provides only basic maintenance, such as oil changes and tire wear.
Honda has been making monthly maintenance services available to riders since early 2017, but this time around, it will be charging $150 for a basic monthly service, $150 per hour for a full service and $200 per hour with a one-time rental fee.
The service will cost you $150 in addition to the rental fee and the tax.
I purchased a new Honda Civic and wanted to see how the service would work on my motorcycle.
Before I started, I was a loyal Honda rider, so I had already made the payment.
But now that I’m getting a new bike, I want to check the cost of this service, too.
The Honda Maintenance Schedules are designed to provide a comprehensive service, including oil changes, tire replacement and tire replacement repair, oil changes with oil change kits, tire wear, tire repairs and more.
You can also order new tires for your motorcycle.
Hondas website says the service provides a range of benefits.
The monthly fee is designed to cover the following:Oil change kits for both front and rear tires and wheels.
Tire wear and replacement.
Oil change kits with spare oil.
A rental fee to cover any additional fees associated with servicing your motorcycle or service.HONDAS maintenance schedule includes three services:One-time maintenance for the front and front and a separate tire maintenance kit for the rear tire.
Rental fee for the rental service for the first three months.
Monthly maintenance for two years.
A one-off rental fee of $150, including a one hour rental fee, for the bike rental service.
The bike maintenance schedule will cost me $150 when it’s released in April.
It’s only $150 if I decide to renew it and then add the one-day rental fee for renewal.
If you don’t know how much you’ll be paying for a monthly service or how much the rental fees will cost, here’s how Honda’s website puts it:For the month of April, the Honda Maintenance Service will cost $150 with a two-year rental fee added for a total of $180.
The bike rental fee is $150 and includes a rental period of two years for up to two bikes.
The rental fee can be applied towards a new or used Honda or any Honda with a Honda Motor Co. vehicle registration, including new or recently purchased motorcycles.
If you purchase a motorcycle before April 30, 2019, the motorcycle registration fee is waived for the renewal period.
If I decide not to renew the rental, the bike maintenance fee will be due for the next renewal period and can be deducted from the total rental fee in the next billing cycle.
Holland says the monthly fee will begin at $150.
If I add the two-day lease renewal fee and then rent the bike, the next month’s monthly rental fee will go to $200.
The new Honda I bought in March, which came with a rental lease of $100, has a $1,200 annual maintenance fee.
Honda has made it so that if you purchase your first motorcycle in April, your monthly rental will go up to $150 each month.
But I’ll add the $150 rental fee on top of that and I’ll pay the remaining $200 for the Honda maintenance schedule.
The $150 bike maintenance charge, along with the $100 lease renewal charge, will add up to an extra $600 to the Honda repair bill in 2019.
I’d pay that $600 and save $50 a month.
Honda says the annual maintenance fees are a way to help people with existing, or minor, repairs, such a a an oil change, tire change, or a tire wear kit.
Holidays are a big deal for Honda.
The company has more than 4.2 million motorcycles sold globally, including some that are only slightly used.
It is the largest motorcycle manufacturer in the world, with a market share of about 40 percent.
Hannes annual maintenance schedule comes out to about $3,700 per month.
That includes $400 for a two day rental and $150 to cover all other services.
Honda also says the maintenance fee is intended to cover maintenance for new motorcycles, not older models.
I can’t find any information on the amount of the one day rental fee that includes the $400 rental fee plus the one hour maintenance fee, so the total amount of my monthly rental could add up, too, to more than $3.4 million.
If this seems a little steep,