Suzuki is pleased to announce that its competitive 0% APR finance offers available on the Suzuki Swift, Splash, SX4 and Grand Vitara models will be continuing until the end of September 2009 meaning customers can benefit from the scorching deals available.
With the scrappage scheme now into its third month, customers purchasing a Suzuki Swift, Grand Vitara, SX4 or Splash, can use their 10 year old 'banger' towards the deposit on their new car and still benefit from 0% APR. A new Suzuki Swift GLX 3 door is available for £192 per month, payable over three years.
Suzuki has seen early success with the scrappage scheme and the continuation of the summer offers looks set to see this continue with over 3,500 orders taken to date and more than 1,500 already delivered to customers.
The attractive low rate PCPs announced in April 2009 are also still available meaning customers purchasing a Suzuki SX4 can do so with a 20% deposit and monthly installments as low as £178 per month on selected models. A Suzuki Swift 3-door GLX is available with a 15% deposit and monthly instalments of £156 with 5.9% APR. The PCP gives the customer the option to make a final payment to own the car or to return it at the end of the agreement.
Commenting on the offers David Seward, Director of Sales and Marketing said; "We hope that by continuing the finance offers customers will want a Suzuki. By combining the scrappage scheme and the 0% APR offer, customers are able to benefit from a minimal deposit and low monthly repayments on a brand new car."
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