SUZUKI UNVEILS INCREASED CASH BACK OFFER FOR SUMMER

Pick up an SFV650 for less than £5,000

Pick up an SFV650 for less than £5,000

Suzuki has just announced an increase to its current cash back promotion, which now sees no fewer than 10 models available with an £800 rebate until the end of July.

The legendary GSX-R600, GSX-R750, and GSX-R1000* machines, the popular V-Strom 650 ABS adventure bike and the award-winning GSR750 are all available as part of the promotion, and whether the £800 comes off the price of the bike, is used as a deposit, pays for the insurance or goes towards accessories, is up to you.

Also included are the GSX650F and GSX1250FA tourers, the SFV650 middleweight naked, and the C800 and M800 cruisers.

Jonathan Martin, Suzuki GB’s National Sales Manager, said, “The current cash back promotion offers a great level of flexibility to customers, whether it goes toward accessories, insurance, used as the deposit, or just comes off the cost of the bike, we’re delighted to increase the amount of cash back we’re providing to £800 until the end of July. It means that our customers can use the rebate in the best way that suits them when buying a new Suzuki this summer.”

As part of the offer, you can now pick up a brand new GSX650F ABS for less than £6,000, or an SFV650 for less than £5,000. And if you choose to put the £800 down as a deposit on your SFV650, monthly payments of less than £100 are available.

Competitive finance rates are available across the range, including great PCP offers allowing real world affordability and low monthly payments, low deposits and the flexibility to change or upgrade your bike, too.

All Suzukis come with comprehensive aftersales back-up as standard, including a two-year unlimited mileage warranty, 12-month AA cover, the Master Security tagging system for free and a nationwide network of highly skilled authorised Suzuki dealers.

Offer runs until 31 July, 2013. For more information visit www.suzuki-gb.co.uk or visit your local Suzuki dealer.

*Offer not applicable on the GSX-R1000 Millionth Edition.

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