Suzuki GB PLC is pleased to announce that their highly competitive 0% APR finance offers available on the Suzuki Alto, Swift, SX4 and Grand Vitara models will continue until the end of June 2010; enabling customers to take advantage of an easier way to buy a new car with the latest '10' registration.
The Suzuki Alto, Suzuki's popular ultra low emissions City car is now available on a PCP deal for a deposit of just £765 followed by 36 monthly payments of £130. The final payment to keep the car at the end of the agreement is £3,015 with an APR of 5.3 per cent. This calculates to a figure of just £7.72 per day including interest and final balloon payment. The Suzuki Alto now costs just £20 per year in VED charges and offers 64mpg on the combined cycle with emissions of 103g/km.
Moving up the range and taking a Suzuki Swift SZ2 three door as an example; a deposit of £2,818 is all that is required to drive away in a brand new Suzuki Swift with 24 zero interest monthly payments of £274 and no further costs at the end of the hire purchase agreement. If a PCP (Personal Contract Purchase) is the preferred route, the deposit is even lower at £1,879 with 36 monthly payments of just £125 and a final payment of £3,975 to keep the car at the end of the agreement. The PCP deal has an APR of 5.6 per cent.
The recently revised Suzuki SX4 offering more power and lower emissions is also available with zero per cent finance; a deposit of 50 per cent is required and payments are £245 per month, payable over two years. The Suzuki Grand Vitara three and five door models also require a 50 per cent deposit although payments are spread over three years. An SZ3 1.6-litre three door is available from £207 per month.
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