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Great Suzuki fi­nance deals make get­ting that new bike for spring all the eas­ier

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Suzuki lure buy­ers with at­trac­tive fi­nance pack­ages

‘Over three years, an SV650X café racer is just £65/month, with £1508.32 down’

In a bid to shift more bikes, Suzuki are of­fer­ing lower monthly pay­ments and smaller de­posits on cer­tain mod­els in the range.

Just in time for the warmer weather, many of the deals are con­tin­u­a­tions of ex­ist­ing of­fers and mark a move into the sec­ond quar­ter of the sell­ing year, which be­gan at the start of April.

The firm have of­fers across much of their low-ca­pac­ity range, as well as the new retro-in­spired SV650X and V-strom 650 and 1000 ad­ven­ture mod­els.

Run­ning un­til June 30, the deal al­lows cus­tomers to build their own low-rate fi­nance pack­ages on ei­ther hire pur­chase (HP) or PCP across Suzuki’s larger ca­pac­ity bikes, with the APR mir­ror­ing the du­ra­tion of the monthly re­pay­ments.

This means an APR of 2% across two years, 3% over three years and 4% over four years. What’s more, there is also the ad­di­tional in­cen­tive of £750-worth of free ac­ces­sories when you pur­chase ei­ther V-strom 650 or 1000.

Over three years, this means the new-for-2018 SV650X café racer could be yours for just £65 per month when you pay a de­posit of £1508.32. Else­where, the larger V-strom 1000 is avail­able for just £99/month over four years, with a de­posit of £1869.86.

Away from APR in­cen­tives, Suzuki are also promis­ing both the GSX-S and GSX-R125 125 across three years, at 3%APR, with a de­posit of just £33 and no fi­nal bal­loon pay­ment.

Once you have paid the ini­tial £33, a Mo­togp-liv­er­ied GSX-R125 re­quires 36 monthly re­pay­ments of £123.23, whereas the naked GSX-S vari­ant will set you back 36 in­stal­ments of £114.51.

Along­side these and other pro­mo­tions, ev­ery new Suzuki sold comes with a three-year war­ranty and a year’s free AA road­side cover.

A V-strom 1000 for un­der £100/month? Thanks Suzuki!

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