Suzuki has announced that it will continue its support of the UK’s armed forces, veterans, NHS and emergency services personnel – offering up to £500 worth of accessories or merchandise with the purchase of a new road bike.
Suzuki will offer a discount based on a model’s capacity, giving £250 worth of free accessories or merchandise away with bikes up to 250cc, £350 up to 650cc models, or £500 with bikes over 650cc.
Those that qualify for the offer include serving and former police officers and staff, fire and rescue personnel, and NHS staff and ambulance personnel, as well as those working in the prison service. Serving and veteran armed forces personnel along with reserve forces, spouses and partners of serving members, MoD civil servants, NATO, and Cadets over 16 years of age also qualify.
Ian King, Suzuki GB business development manager, said, “Every day our armed force and members of our emergency services put the lives and wellbeing of others ahead of their own, so it’s only right that we offer these brave men and women a reward when they choose to buy a new Suzuki. Many members of both the emergency services and armed forces are motorcycle riders, and hopefully this offer shows our appreciation for their hard work and dedication.”
To claim the discount members of the emergency services or armed forces simply need to present their Blue Light Card or Defence Discount Service Card to their chosen dealership at the point of sale. Easy.
And best of all, the offer runs in conjunction with any other Suzuki offer, including the current low-rate finance campaign that allows customer to choose from a two, three, or four-year deal.
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