Suzuki Launches New 3% Hire Purchase Deal Across Small Bike Range
Suzuki has launched a new hire purchase finance deal on its range of small bikes, which means the new GSX-R125 can be ridden away from as little as £89.28 per month over 36 months, with no final balloon payment and a deposit of £1,000.
However, as part of the same offer, customers can also put down a minimum deposit of just £33, making it even easier to ride away on one of Suzuki’s small capacity machines.
With the minimum £33 deposit the new GSX-S125 can be enjoyed for as little as £108.67, also over three years.
Suzuki’s expansion of its small capacity range for 2017 has also been bolstered by the arrival of the new V-Strom 250 and GSX250R, which feature as part of the offer, along with the Burgman 125 and Burgman 200.
The newest member of the V-Strom family can be owned for £107.39 per month, while the GSX250R can be had for £98.67, both over three years with a £1,000 deposit.
Suzuki GB national sales manager, Jonathan Martin, said:
“There were already lots of reasons to buy a new GSX-R or GSX-S125 – class leading power-to-weight ratios and acceleration performance just two of them.
“However, our new offer makes ownership an even more attractive and affordable proposition.
“We understand stretching to a big deposit or final repayment is not always possible for a typical 125 rider, so a £33 deposit and three-year deal hopefully helps new owners.
“However, if you are able to find more or have a trade-in valued at £1000, this can help bring those monthly repayments down, too.
“A straightforward hire purchase agreement means customers will fully own the machine at the end of the agreement, while the standard three-year warranty available will mean owners are fully covered for the full finance period, too.”
For more information on Suzuki’s latest offer, visit https://bikes.suzuki.co.uk/
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