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Suzuki six-day sale starts tomorrow

Suzuki 650 V-Strom DL650 and scooters recalled
Suzuki 650 V-Strom DL650

Suzuki Australia has announced their six-day sale which kicked off on March 11, 2017, will be extended another six days.

It includes virtually all motorcycles and ATVs at participating stores.

The bargains feature the V-Strom 650 (pictured above) full-powered and LAMS versions for $9990 ride away.

That’s a substantial saving as the LAMS bike is normally $11,290 plus on-road costs and the full-powered version is $10,990.

Another learner bike discount is the Inazuma 250 at $4990 ride away which means on-road costs are being thrown in for free.

Suzuki GSR250F inazuma
Suzuki GSR250F inazuma

And the ride away offer isn’t a skimpy six months rego and insurance, either.

Ride-away prices include 12-months registration, 12-months compulsory third party insurance (CTP), a maximum dealer delivery charge and stamp duty.

Another example is the GSX-S1000 street sports model at $15,490 ride away which is only $500 more than the retail price.

Off-road enthusiasts haven’t been forgotten either with deals on all models, including the DR-Z400E right up to the RM-Z450 multi-championship winner.

And farmers are being offered “generous factory bonuses” on the entire KingQuad ATV range, including power-steered KingQuad 500 and 750 variants.      

“With fantastic deals on offer during our six-day sale, there has never been a better time to get behind the bars of a new Suzuki and discover why it is one of the hottest brands in the Australian market,” Suzuki Australia Marketing Manager Lewis Croft says in the press release.

Suzuki marketing coordinator Matt Reilly says they have “a large range of deals across our road, off-road and ATV product lines”.

“There might be one or two exclusions officially from Suzuki’s end however that doesn’t necessarily mean there isn’t a deal available on those models from the dealer during the sale.    

“That’s why we’re encouraging, if customers are in the market for a new Suzuki, best bet is to make contact with their local dealer and see what they can offer.

 “Many of them are doing their own in-store specials above and beyond our advertised prices during the sale”.

Suzuki Australia says it may extend the promotion, depending on stock availability.

For further information on all the offers, click here.