Suzuki offers £500 off models 08 | 02 | 2018

    SCOTTISH SUZUKI DEALERS will offer £500 off the price of the recommended price of any new car next Saturday, February 17. The deal includes  frugal five-door Celerio SZ2 model priced at £7499, to the S-Cross SZ5 compact crossover with 1.4-litre Boosterjet engine and Automatic transmission at £25,599 (both including the offer). (Related: Roadtest — Suzuki Swift)

    The new cars need to be registered by February 28, and the Saturday deal applies only to private retail customers.

    Customers can book an appointment to meet with the sales team at their local showroom to discuss their requirements (

    In addition to the discounts, existing and prospective Suzuki owners also have access to a range of 0% PCP finance packages currently 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 £1916 and 42 monthly payments of £147, plus an optional final payment of £4905. Similarly, the 1.2-litre Ignis Adventure Limited Edition (main picture) is available with a deposit of £2216 and 42 affordable monthly instalments of £147. (Related: Roadtest — Suzuki Ignis)

    The Limited Edition 1.6-litre Vitara Kuro compact SUV requires an initial payment of £3390 and 42 monthly payments of £187. As with any PCP agreement, a final payment is required should the customer decide to keep the car at the end of the term.


    Ignis was introduced 12 months ago and recently won the prestigious ‘True MPG’ accolade at the 2018 What Car? Awards as the most economical car tested by the magazine during 2017, recording 59.6mpg.

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

    Related: Double delight for Suzuki at Scots Car of the Year Awards

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    Jim McGill


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