STRONG SUMMER OFFERS FROM SUZUKI
- VAT free campaign extended until the end of September for all Alto, Splash and Swift 1.2 and DDiS models.
- Alto SZ is the lowest priced new car on sale at £5,995; Splash 1.0 SZ2 at £7,777, Swift 1.2 SZ2 three door at £8,888.
- Alto SZ on Driveplan PCP now just £99 per month.
- Swift SZ2 three door on Driveplan PCP for £159 deposit and £159 per month.
Following a very strong first six months of the year with an overall 20 per cent increase in sales, Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to announce further good news for new car buyers with its VAT free offers extended until the end of September as well as some very low deposit PCP’s available too.
The VAT free campaign is now available across all grades of Alto, Splash and Swift (except Sport). Alto SZ remains the lowest price new car on the market at just £5,995 together with very low costs of ownership including zero VED.
Suzuki Financial Services has extended its very popular PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) affordability offers until the end of September. They are aimed at buyers in the 18-35 category as well as those looking for a low deposit and low monthly payment option.
Taking an Alto SZ as an example, a down payment of £795 is followed by 42 monthly payments of just £99 with the option to pay a final balloon payment of £2,314 at the end of the agreement to keep the car.
Moving up to the recently revised Splash mini-MPV and taking an SZ2 1.0-litre at £7,777 on PCP; the deposit is now just £812 followed by 42 monthly payments of £139 and an optional final payment of £2,725.
For a similar PCP on a Swift SZ2 three door at £8,888, the deposit is only £159 followed by 42 monthly payments of £159 and a final payment of £3,535. The latest Special Edition Swift Attitude and award winning Swift Sport are also available on low rate PCP offers; the 1.6-litre Sport requires a deposit of only £1,335.
Suzuki’s highly competitive 0% APR three year Hire Purchase finance offers available on SX4 and Grand Vitara models will also continue until the end of September, both requiring a 50 per cent deposit