Its popular Celerio SZ2 City car is available for just £89 per month payable over 48 months after a deposit of £1,945 is made and with an optional final payment of £2,206 required to keep the car. As an alternative, a deposit of just £131 can be made to drive away an SZ2 followed by 48 monthly payments of £131 and an optional final payment of £2,206.
Launched in January, the Ignis SZ3 is priced at £10,999 and is available for £159 per month over 48 months with a deposit of £1,212 and optional final payment of £3,770. The Ignis range is very well equipped as standard with highly efficient 1.2-litre Dualjet engine, air conditioning, DAB radio, six airbags, rear privacy glass and body coloured door mirrors all included as standard specification. One year’s free insurance and three years free servicing is also included across the Ignis range when the PCP option is taken up.
The all new Swift was launched in June and the 1.0 Boosterjet SZ-T is available on PCP with Zero per cent APR plus Nil deposit at a cost of £199 per month. This is a 42 month agreement with a final payment of £5,135. Swift SZ-T is highly equipped with DAB Radio, air conditioning, Smartphone link display audio, 16-inch alloy wheels and front foglamps.
For an additional £22 per month, can step up to an SZ5 manual transmission model which offers SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) for even greater fuel efficiency as well as keyless entry / start, Auto air conditioning, Dual Camera Brake Support and LED Headlights, all as standard equipment.
Moving up to Baleno, a customer saving of £2,000 is available on the SZ3 model and £1,500 on the SZ-T and SZ5 models when linked to the 5.9 per cent PCP agreement. Taking an SZ3 as an example, a deposit of £813 is required followed by 48 monthly payments of £159 and an optional final payment of £3,643.
For the Vitara models and highlighting the 1.6-litre petrol SZ-T 2WD, a £2,849 deposit is required followed by 36 monthly payments of £199 with an optional final payment of £7,486 to keep the car. For anybody considering an SZ-T Vitara with ALLGRIP or a 1.6-litre diesel engine, the monthly payments increase by £30 together with a small increase in initial deposit.
Standard equipment specification for the Vitara SZ4 models upwards includes seven airbags, 16-inch alloy wheels, DAB Radio with USB and Bluetooth connectivity, Cruise control with speed limiter, auto air conditioning, front and rear electric windows and projector headlamps. SZ-T adds Silver 17-inch alloy wheels, Smartphone Link Audio and Navigation system.
For S-Cross models, a £2,500 Customer saving is included for Q4 when linked to a PCP agreement which reduces the list price of an SZ4 model down from £16,999 to £14,499. 48 monthly payments of £189 are required after a deposit of £2,621 and the optional final payment for this model S-Cross is £4,790.
Continuation of Suzuki Scrappage Scheme.
As part of Suzuki GB PLC’s ongoing commitment to promoting the benefits of ownership of new lower emission vehicles meeting Euro 6 legislation, the Suzuki Scrappage Scheme has recently been extended. This offers private retail new car buyers up to £2,000 off the price of selected new Suzuki models when they trade in a car registered before the end of 2009. Any make of petrol, diesel or hybrid car can be traded in although they must be pre-Euro 5 emissions standard.
Furthermore, as part of the initiative, any model supplied by a customer needs to have been owned in their own name for at least 90 days and then in turn must be scrapped by the dealership via the industry recognised AutoGreen recycling channel.