As the latest registration prefix gets set to hit UK roads next month, Suzuki is giving customers yet more great reasons to go ’63’ with an extension to the popular £800 cash back offer on many new models, along with a fitting registration prefix that pays tribute to the very first year of Suzuki in the UK – 1963.
Just as the UK arm of the iconic Japanese marque celebrates its first half century, customers benefit with great birthday offers too. The legendary GSX-R range of sports bikes all benefit from a massive £800 cash back, as does the versatile V-Strom 650 and the award-winning GSR750 and SFV650 middleweights. On top of this the 800cc Intruder cruiser range is included along with the GSX1250FA and GSX650F tourers.
National Sales Manager, Jonathan Martin, said,"1963 was arguably abig year for motorcycling here in the UK. Not only did Suzuki commence official import but in the very same year Mitsuo Itoh took Suzuki’s first win at the prestigiousIsle of Man TT races – an event still very special to us all. As we celebrate 50 years in 2013, we also strive to continue to offer UK riders the same core benefits that we began in 1963, providing no-nonsensemotorcyclesthat combine fun with practicality and value is our core objective. With this latest cash back offer we believe that ethos continues."
With the ability to use the cash back as required, customerscould now pick up a brand new GSX650F ABS for less than £6,000, or an SFV650 for less than £5,000. And using the £800 as a deposit on a SFV650 for example, monthly paymentscouldbe less than £100.
Competitive finance rates are available across the range, including great PCP offers allowing real worldaffordability 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 Suzukidealers.
Offer ends, 30 September, 2013
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