Suzuki GB is pleased to be supporting Guy Martin’s Big Brew charity event as part of its latest sales campaign, with a donation made for every new bike sold as part of the promotion.
The latest offer sees the Japanese manufacturer offer a £750 cash deposit on eight new models, and highlights Suzuki’s commitment to making owning a new motorcycle more affordable.
The offer means customers can benefit from low monthly payments without finding an upfront deposit, or alternatively, can increase their deposit with Suzuki’s £750 contribution, resulting in even lower monthly payments.
Customers can also benefit from using the £750 cash deposit as money off the cost of the bike.
Jonathan Martin, Suzuki GB National Sales Manager, said, “We’re always striving to make it more affordable for customers to own a new Suzuki and have listened to a lot of owner and customer feedback to work out the best ways of doing so. A significant deposit contribution such as this means customers can benefit from low monthly payments without finding the money for an up front payment, or alternatively can increase their own deposit by £750 and benefit from even lower monthly payments. Or for those not looking for a finance deal, customers can simply use the £750 cash deposit as money off the total cost of the bike.
“On top of the benefits for customers, we’re delighted to be supporting Guy’s Big Brew initiative, and in doing so, helping to raise money for important research into spinal injuries.”
Eight models are available with the £750 deposit contribution, including the best-selling V-Strom 650 and GSR750 naked, as well as the GSX1250FA, Hayabusa and Burgman 650 Executive.
Also available as part of the promotion is the full complement of GSX-R models, including the 600, 750 and 1000, as well as the GSX-R750 Yoshimura edition. The GSX-R1000Z and ZSE models are not included.
For more information visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk
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