Suzuki GB is offering customers an extra £500 off the RRP of selected models this spring, in addition to its current four-year 0% hire purchase finance deal that has been extended until the end of June.
The money-saving offer follows the most recent government announcement, allowing dealerships to take orders online or over the phone and deliver new bikes and parts to customers, in line with social distancing measures. It means those looking for a new bike this spring can still take delivery and start planning those post-lockdown rides.
Available with both an additional £500 off and included in the 0% offer is Suzuki’s championship-winning GSX-R1000R and the GSX-R1000, along with the Katana and V-Strom 650 and 650XT. The GSX-S range – the 750, 1000, and 1000F – is also included.
Suzuki is also offering £500 off its SV650X and S650, taking their RRPs to £6099 and £5499, while extending its current £500 off campaign on the entry-level GSX-R and GSX-S125 machines, bringing the cash prices down to £3899 and £3599 respectively.
Customers taking advantage of the offers can ride the range-topping GSX-R1000R for just £255.14 per month over 48 months, with no final balloon payment, with a deposit or trade-in of £4000. A £2500 deposit on the new Katana means the head-turning street bike can be ridden for £178.06 per month, while the versatile V-Strom 650 can be had for less than £100 per month with the same deposit.
Suzuki GB head of motorcycles, Jonathan Martin, commented, “This is obviously a unique time for everyone. However, we’re also acutely aware that people want to look beyond the current situation, plan for the future and look forward to riding motorcycles again. By extending our offer into the start of summer we’re giving more people a chance to take advantage, put a new bike in the garage for less, and get ready to ride when the current restrictions are lifted.”
For more information on Suzuki’s current offers, click here.
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