Suzuki Swift
Suzuki Swift

Until the end of September 2011, the Suzuki Alto SZ2 and Swift SZ2 will be available with no VAT. This no VAT offer takes the Suzuki Alto SZ2 down to £6,495, offering a saving of £1325.

Standard equipment on the Suzuki Alto SZ2 includes four airbags, electric front windows and remote central locking. Fuel consumption on the combined cycle is 64.2mpg with 103g/km CO2 emissions, meaning an annual VED charge of £20.

The Suzuki Alto SZ2 can be driven away for a £695 deposit thanks to Suzuki's PCP offer, with monthly payments of £129 with an optional end payment of £2,683 if the customer wishes to keep the car.

The Suzuki Swift is currently available with zero per cent finance on SZ3 and SZ4 models, with payments starting from £156 a month over three years. The Suzuki Swift SZ2 with the VAT free offer takes the monthly price to £149 a month with a final balloon payment to keep the car at the end of the contract.

The zero per cent Hire Purchase off is also offered on the Suzuki Splash. With a deposit of £2,367 for the 1.0 litre Suzuki Splash SZ3 monthly payments over three years would be £198. Taking the monthly payment to £208 is the 1.2 litre engine with emissions of 1119g/km and £30 in annual VED charges.

Suzuki's offer of 0% APR three year Hire Purchase finance offer is also available on the Suzuki SX4 and Grand Vitara models with a 50% deposit until the end of September 2011. The last 100 previous model Suzuki Swift Sport models are also included in the offer.


Published : 12/07/11 Author : Staff

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