Suzuki Motorcycles UK to offer fix-rate finance for 4-years

Suzuki Motorcycles is offering customers the chance to fix their APR at 4.9% for 4-years on PCP and HP new bike purchases

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IN a world where everything is seeming to go up in price, without really coming down much, Suzuki Motorcycles UK is offering customers the chance to fix their APR rate for a four-year period.

The offer may go some way to easing the concerns of potential new bike buyers, especially the ones who may be sat on the fence about buying a new bike because of market uncertainty.

The offer means that new bike buyers can lock the APR of their new motorcycle purchase at 4.9% for up to four years, on either an HP agreement or personal contract purchase (PCP) and with no deposit necessary.

The offer is available on the range-topping Suzuki Hayabusa – with its famed 1340cc, torque-laden inline four-cylinder engine and electronics suite than includes traction control, launch control, cruise control, cornering ABS, and a bi-directional quickshifter – the V-Strom 650XT middleweight adventure machine, and the bike of that launched a million motorcycle riding careers; the SV650 and its café racer sibling, the SV650X.

So, in real terms you could be wheeling a brand new SV650 into your garage this autumn, requiring no deposit and on a four-year PCP deal. Repayments can be had for just £107.87 per month. At the other end of the spectrum, the third generation Hayabusa can be ridden for £149.00per month over the same period, with a £3,626.88 deposit or trade-in.

Suzuki GB head of motorcycles, Jonathan Martin, said:

“We’re acutely aware of the fact that there are challenges being faced at the moment, so, to help our customers we’re providing the opportunity to fix their interest rate for up to four years. The result is a known monthly repayment that’s not going to change, providing certainty and stability. And at 4.9% APR it helps keep those repayments low and manageable, and means you can put a new Suzuki in the garage for less.”

The offer runs until 31st December, 2022.

More information can be found here.

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