The weather may be overcast but Suzuki is offering a ray of sunshine with some particularly attractive deals that run until the end of the year on selected models. The Jimny range, Suzuki’s affordable entry into SUV motoring, is now even more of a practical proposition thanks to a special price saving equivalent to VAT, six months’ road tax and First Registration Fee combined.
That brings the price for JLX down to just £8,409.57, and for Mode and O2 models, to £8,835.11 … on-the-road.
Customers after even cheaper running costs can take advantage of special deals on Liana and Wagon R+ models, both of which are available with three years’ free servicing. The compact yet capacious Wagon R+ range starts from just £7,999 and the 1.6-litre and C-segment Liana saloon and hatchback models from £9,999 … on-the-road.
And if it’s incredible value-for-money you’re seeking then up until the end of December the Alto compact city car comes with a suitably small price tag of £4,999, the high performance 3-door Ignis Sport retails at £8,999 and Grand Vitara 3-door models start at just £10,999, all representing a saving of £1,000.
And such has been the popularity of the 0% finance offer on Grand Vitara 5-door 2.0 litre SUVs that this, too, has been extended.
The 0% finance offer on Grand Vitara 5-door 2.0 litre models means that customers simply need to pay a deposit of £5,447 (36%) for the 2.0 litre manual petrol engined model, £6,397 (36%) for the same model with a 4-speed automatic gearbox, or £7,447 (43%) for the 2.0 litre turbo diesel, followed by 48 monthly payments of only £199. That’s a total of £14,999, £15,949 and £16,999 respectively, equivalent to a 0% APR.
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