Suzuki knocks R$10,000 off the price of a motorcycle
The dream of everyone who depends on public transport to get around is to have a motorcycle or a car. The four-wheeled vehicle, however, has become increasingly expensive. Given this, the demand for motorcycles grows more every day and those who benefit from this are the automakers, such as Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki.
And today we’ll talk about the incredible drop in the price of a beloved Suzuki motorcycle. In fact, the automaker is guaranteeing an unmissable promotion, Suzuki Motos do Brasil has several special conditions on the sales of some of the brand’s models.
According to information from the ‘Tribuna’ portal, the legendary Hayabusa is the model whose price has plummeted and is terrifying rivals such as Honda and Yamaha. With a super promotion that is marking a discount of R$10,000 on the value of the motorcycle. In addition, the manufacturer is offering exemption from paying for the motorcycle’s total registration.
In other words, you get a discount of R$10,000 and you also get completely free motorcycle registration. Remembering that these special conditions on this model and others from the brand will only be valid until the end of February.
What other models from the automaker are on offer?
Suzuki guarantees a super exemption when purchasing the following models: GSX-S1000, GSX-S1000GT and V-Strom 1050. The manufacturer gives the option of choosing free total registration or a bonus worth R$3,000 on the value of the motorcycle .
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Furthermore, for the V-Strom 650XT, GSX-S750A and GSX-R1000R models, the exemption option is between a R$3,000 bonus on the price of the motorcycle or a 0% rate on financing, with a down payment ranging from 30% to 60%. %, according to the model, and installments in up to 24 installments.