When investing in the ride of your dreams, ensure it feels as good as new throughout its lifetime by letting the experts deal with your servicing with our Honda Service Plans.
By planning ahead for your motorcycle's scheduled services, you're always in control and our kitted out workshop armed with the latest Honda software, tools and equipment, will ensure your ride is dealt with by only the best.
With three available fixed price bands, we cater for rides from 250cc bikes all the way up to 801cc and over, so theres one available for you regardless of the size of your ride.
|Band 1||Band 2||Band 3|
|Up to 250cc - £375 for 3 Services||Up to 251cc – 800cc - £599 for 3 Services||Up to 800cc & over - £675 for 3 Services|
One payment – Just add one upfront payment to your Honda Finance payments
No fees - We don't charge direct debit or credit card fees
Today's prices - Protected against inflation. By setting up your service costs at today's prices, you can reduce the cost of ownership.
No delay – As its already paid for – there's no need to delay servicing due to other financial commitments
Genuine parts – your ride is only equipped with the genuine Honda parts – keeping your Honda motorcycle a Honda.
Expertise – All our technicians are Honda trained and your services are carried out using the latest tools, software and equipment
Resale value - No matter where your Honda goes, the Honda service plan stays with it – which may improve its resale value
How long will the Service Plan last?
The Service Plan will be live for 27 months from the date the motorcycle is registered, or until it has had the first 3 services (including the 600 mile service), whichever comes first.
When can the Service Plan be purchased?
You'll have the opportunity to purchase the Service Plan up until the motorcycle is 90 days old and has less than 600 miles on the clock.
What happens to the Service Plan if I decide to sell my Honda bike?
The Service Plan stays with the motorcycle and could potentially increase the resale value.
Are there any additional items on the service schedule not covered by the Service Plan?
Items on the service sheet that are replaced at a certain mileage or time interval are covered by the Service Plan if they are part of the service. An example of this is the Brake Fluid Change.
Does the Service Plan cover additional wear and tear items?
Wear and tear items such as brake pads and discs, chain and sprockets, etc, are not covered by the Service Plan and an additional cost will be incurred should they require replacement.
If the service contains a valve clearance check, does this include adjustments?
The valve clearance check will be part of the service and is covered by the Service Plan. However, any additional parts and labour required to adjust the valve clearances (such as buckets and shims, etc), will incur an additional cost.