Suzuki offer new 0% typical apr finance option

Suzuki GB has announced a new three-year 0% typical APR finance deal, with a minimum £1 deposit, running from now until 31st August 2007.

Applicable on all new V-Strom 650s, Bandit 650 (K6) models, SV650 (K6), DR-Z400SM, GS500 and GSR600 models, the offer gives buyers a large choice on a wide variety of Suzuki machines.

Suzuki GB general manager Steve Callahan commented, “After great feedback on our finance promotion earlier this year, we are delighted to be able to offer another strong finance deal on a wide choice of bikes. With our dealers able to offer bespoke payments to suit personal needs, it really is a very simple way to purchase a new Suzuki”.

Typical 0% APR Example:

Model: GS500
On the road price: £3,349.00
Average deposit: £500.00
36 monthly payments: £79.13
APR: 0%
Total amount payable: £3,349.00

For more information on this or any other Suzuki model visit your local authorised Suzuki dealer, log on to, or call the Suzuki Contact Centre on 0845 850 8800.

Finance underwritten by Black Horse. Usual finance conditions apply. Finance subject to status.

For further press information contact Luke Plummer or Helen Morgan at the Suzuki GB Press Office on 01296 680086 or 07725 956783.

Now’s The Time
The Second European Driving Licence Directive (2DLD) will come into force in September 2008 and will introduce new elements to motorcycle testing and training.

The new manoeuvres, including the slalom, figure of eight, hazard avoidance and cornering skills, will all be tested during the new off road test which will be held at new super test centres.

Whilst the new elements to the bike test will help riders understand more about the capabilities of their machines, there is concern about the additional expense to take the test, the increased cost of training and the fact that the number of test centres across the country will significantly reduce from the current 260 to approximately 60.

With the prospect of facing longer waiting lists for tests and possibly more expensive training, many would-be motorcyclists are likely to take their test over the next two summers before the new legislation comes into effect.

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