Visitors to any of Suzuki’s network of 157 dealers nationwide will be able to take advantage of £1,000 off* the recommended retail price of Ignis, Swift (except Sport), Baleno, Vitara and S-Cross by ordering this weekend and registering their new car by the 30th June.
This spans the Ignis SZ3 1.2-litre Dualjet model priced at £8,999 (including the £1,000 weekend offer and existing £1,500 Q2 customer saving on SZ3), to the S-Cross SZ5 compact crossover with 1.4-litre Boosterjet engine and Automatic transmission at £22,099 (including the £1,000 weekend offer and existing £3,000 Q2 customer saving on the SZ-T and SZ5 models).
Customers can book an appointment to meet with the sales team at their local showroom to discuss their requirements (cars.suzuki.co.uk/weekendevent) and benefit from this very limited offer which is available to private retail customers only.
In addition to the highly attractive discount, existing and prospective Suzuki owners also have access to a range of highly affordable PCP finance packages currently available in conjunction with this weekend’s offer. The 1.2-litre Ignis SZ-T available at the weekend event price of £9,999 is available with nil customer deposit and 48 affordable monthly instalments of just £139** at 5.9 per cent APR and an optional final payment of £5,094 to keep the car at the end of the term.
Ignis was introduced 18 months ago and recently won the prestigious ‘City Car’ accolade at the 2018 Honest John Awards as voted by Ignis owners using the honestjohn.co.uk website. It was also awarded the most economical car tested by What Car? magazine in their ‘True MPG’ testing of 2017.
Moving up the range to the Swift, the SZ-T with 1.0-litre Boosterjet engine can be purchased with zero deposit and 48 monthly payments of £166** at zero per cent APR plus an optional final payment of £4,544.
Dale Wyatt, Director of Automobile at Suzuki GB PLC, said: The Suzuki Weekend to Remember is all about giving even greater value for money across many models in our range. We are therefore expecting it to be a very busy event across the country and hopefully exceed the sales orders of our previous events.”