Following the launch of the new and highly acclaimed V-Strom 650 ABS earlier this year, Suzuki is delighted to announce the availability of three new accessory packs, giving owners of the new adventure bike a pack for the daily commute, weekend away or continental tour.
For those looking for extra practicality, the ‘Tourer Pack’ priced at £499 including fitment and VAT, offers useful additions. Further enhancing the V-Strom’s already great universal attributes, the pack features a Knuckle Guard set, providing handy protection from the elements, a useful 14 litre magnetic Tank Bag, Tank Protector, a styled Under Cowling, Accessory Bar and branded Chain Guard. All together, this offers customers a saving of £121 over the individual parts and labour price.
For those looking to cover larger distances, the new Adventure Pack priced at £999 including fitment and VAT is THE choice. Offering all the features of the Tourer Pack (excluding the Tank Bag), the Adventure version offers the useful Vario Touring Screen, allowing the rider to set the level of weather protection to suit, as well as a maintenance-friendly Centre Stand and a 42-litre Top Case set too, saving the customer £291 over individual parts prices.
And for those looking for more practicality and luggage capacity, then the ‘GT Pack’ offers it all, combining virtually every component from the Adventure Pack, but with additional carrying capacity, thanks to side cases providing a useful 70-litres of extra luggage space too. Priced at £1,299 including fitment and VAT, the kit offers a saving of £360 on the individual parts and labour costs.
With all V-Strom packs available now from authorised Suzuki dealers, customers who choose their kit as they purchase their machine new, also get the advantage of a two-year, unlimited mileage warranty on all components too.
For more information on these packs please visit: www.suzuki-gb.co.uk/promo/000377/
For further press information please contact the Suzuki GB Press Office (Motorcycles), Tel: 01525 270600. Follow us on twitter: @suzukibikesuk
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