Suzuki's spectacular Saturday sale | Car Talk - Car News Feb 2018


09:36 Friday 09 Feb 2018

Saturday 17 February is a date for your diary if you are thinking of buying a new Suzuki, as for that day only the manufacturer is offering £500 off the price of any new model in their range.

For example, private retail customers will be able to order a five-door Celerio SZ2 model for just £7,499 or an S-Cross SZ5 compact crossover with 1.4-litre Boosterjet engine and Automatic transmission for only £25,599 by ordering through Suzuki’s 154-strong UK retailer network on the day.

Suzuki customer will also be able to access a range of 0% PCP finance packages available together with the #SuzukiSaturdays £500 offer.  For example, the five door Swift SZ-T with 1.0-litre Boosterjet engine can be purchased with a deposit of just £1,916 and 42 monthly payments of £147, plus an optional final payment of £4,905.

Dale Wyatt, Director of Automobile at Suzuki GB PLC, said: “#SuzukiSaturdays is all about giving even greater value for money across the model range. We are therefore expecting it to be a very busy day across the country, hopefully exceeding the sales orders of our previous events.”

Full details of the offers can be found at your local Suzuki retailer.


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