New Bikes

Suzuki is offering massive savings across most of the range

Suzuki has slashed the price of their new bikes, with money off almost everything, from the GSX-R1000R to the SV650X

SUZUKI is offering big savings on new bikes this summer, with money-off deals offered on much of its road bike range.

After months of closed dealerships and falling new motorcycle sales, the time has now come to park a brand new set of wheels in your garage. And with Suzuki's new season sale, buying a new bike has just been made even easier.

With money off almost all new models, there are some big savings to be had if you are thinking of bagging a sports bike, adventure touring, or naked machine this summer.

Suzuki summer 2020 savings

Suzuki GSX-R1000R - £16,099 inc £500 saving

The flagship of the Suzuki sports bike family is now available with £500 off the rrp, making the race-proven machine the most cost-effective ticket into the 200bhp club.

Suzuki SV650X - £6,099 inc £500 saving

The phenomenally successful SV650 is one of the longest-running and best selling bikes in the current range. The updated SV650X was Suzuki’s only new bike of the 2018 show season, but that didn’t really matter, as the café racer tweaks to the popular naked turned it into an instant hit!

Suzuki Katana - £10,899 inc £500 saving

One of the highlights of last spring was jumping around in puddles in the then newly release Suzuki Katana. Yes, it may be a GSX-S1000 in a funky 80s costume, but that didn’t really bother me at all. For those looking for easy delivery, more grunt than most people know what to do with and handling dynamics that allow fast road riding and the odd track day, there really isn’t much to dislike.

It also looks like nothing else on two wheels – aside from the original Katana that is!

Read our full review here: visordown.com

To check out the full range of Suzuki new bike savings, head to bikes.suzuki.co.uk/bikes

Comments

Why the cut? Well, Suzuki's GSX-R is the first Yamaha model to achieve 11 million sales since it started production in 1970. So naturally the Japanese company wanted to keep up with the rest of the list, particularly since only its EJ Series are likely to see a price cut.

That's another goal that a stock market manager has to clear of the list each year. And a huge part of the job is keeping up with the competition.

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