The sun is finally beginning to shine and so thoughts turn to the joys of motorcycling and perhaps, just perhaps it’s time to purchase the new Suzuki you’ve always promised yourself. Good news then is that Suzuki are ready to help as the GSX-R125 has joined the range-topping GSX-R1000R on Suzuki’s 0% finance, offer, and is now available for £60 per month with a minimum deposit of just £500. A bargain!
Suzuki have explained to MotorMartin that their entry-level GSX-R entered the 125cc sportsbike segment boasting the best power and torque-to-weight ratios in the class, and uses a free-revving, DOHC single-cylinder engine, compared to the SOHC powerplants of many of its rivals.
The bike includes a lightweight chassis lends itself to nimble handling, and brakes bite sharply with wavy front and rear discs, while practicality comes from keyless ignition and Suzuki’s easy-start system.
Suzuki’s GSX-R1000R remains on the firm’s 0% offer, and is available for £149 over three years, with a deposit of £3,073. The flagship superbike uses the same variable valve timing system as the GSX-RR MotoGP racer to boost power throughout the rev range, with an electronics package that boasts a 10-stage, lean angle-sensitive traction control system, a quickshifter and auto-blipper, launch control, and cornering ABS. The chassis is suspended by Showa’s race-proved balance free forks and rear shock, and front brakes come from Brembo.
Suzuki GB head of motorcycles, Jonathan Martin, explained to MotorMartin that, “The GSX-R125 is the perfect entry-level sportsbike and has the right badge on the side, too; it’s a GSX-R in every sense, and it’s now even easier to be part of the family with its inclusion on our 0% campaign. The GSX-R1000R remains on our 0% offer as well, for those looking to ride the ultimate GSX-R this spring, catering for all aspiring GSX-R riders.”
Included with all new Suzuki machinery is a three-year, unlimited mileage warranty, a year’s SuzukiRoadside Assistance, and the industry-approved Datatag MASTER security kit.
For more information on Suzuki’s current offers, MotorMartin recommends you click here.
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