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Suzuki SV650 Sport Motorcycle £500 Deposit and 0% Finance over 3 Years Total payment £5221
Suzuki SV650 Sport Motorcycle £500 Deposit and 0% Finance over 3 Years Total payment £5221

Suzuki SV650 Sport Motorcycle £500 Deposit and 0% Finance over 3 Years Total payment £5221

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Suzuki are offering 0% finance across their range of motorcycles. This particular model, SV650 Sport, offers a bike with many abilities from commuting, track days, novice riding and general "hooning" around.
The bike price is £5221 otr, a deposit of £500, 35 payments of £131.13 and a final payment of £131.45, total payment is £5221. Subject to terms and conditions, Offer ends 30th June 2009.
This offer is available on GSX-R750, GSX-R600, Bandit 1250, V-Strom 650, GSX650F and DR125SM.

33 Comments

Original Poster

http://www.suzukilowpayments.co.uk/images/bike_SV650_Sport.jpg

Nice Beginners bike, think you could probably get a discount on that list price though. Still a great finance deal.

Original Poster

]Click Here for a link to dealers offering additional deals on this particular model.
Many dealers are offering about a £400 discount on this model. but you'll need to push hard!

Hot. Shame they don't manufacture the DRZ 400sm anymore :cry:

Kawasaki are also offering 0% over 30 months, was looking at a Z750 yesterday, you could get £600 off and the interest free option.

Original Poster

MarreZ;5297318

Kawasaki are also offering 0% over 30 months, was looking at a Z750 … Kawasaki are also offering 0% over 30 months, was looking at a Z750 yesterday, you could get £600 off and the interest free option.



]These are current offers for the Z750

The best deal is £5799.

I wish Triumph would do interest free!

Original Poster

ElBuc;5297410

I wish Triumph would do interest free!



]Click Here for current Triumph offers.

No interest free, but some good offers on bolt-on and shiny bits.

Banned

i know nothing about bikes but one day would like to own something sporty looking like this

The DRZ400SM is a quality bit of kit. Waiting for Yamaha to bring out the big Tenere though.

Thats a good deal for the SV650, especially those posted from the autotrader.

I'm looking for a nice small bike for commuting, but there are hardly any nice 250's around (other than the new kawasaki ninja 250).

Can you guys reccomend a nice smaller bike which is economical?....If i cant find a 200-300cc bike then i'll probably have go for the Suzuki DR125SM.

Heat and rep added:thumbsup:

These guys always have fantastic offers on new bikes. You'll get at least £400 off the sv650 sport. And from what I hear locally, there's no 'hard' pushing required.

cupar.co.uk/new…php

/would love to get a new upgrade...sigh...

pugw$sh;5297556

]Click Here for current Triumph offers.No interest free, but some good … ]Click Here for current Triumph offers.No interest free, but some good offers on bolt-on and shiny bits.



Keep seeing a black Speed Triple in Oxford - Wow, what a thing of beauty!
Big fan of the matt black big Triumph and the Ducati Monster.

Couple of hardcore biker friends have SVs as everyday commuters and they love it.

CMC Nottingham are doing 3 years 0% and £99 deposit on a selection of Yamaha bikes.

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grrr i really want to be back on two wheels again and can't afford it. these links are torture for me

Popular with the ladies too - riders not passengers!

ha! I usually get a few glances from the lady undergrads at the Uni here when I need to go on campus, if I've got my bike jacket on and I am carrying my bike helmet. Makes me laugh as they don't see the Pugeot 50cc I've just parked up.

But I want something a bit meatier, but it's not going to happen this year

Well thanks to the OP I just went and bought one of these!!!! Didn't have to ask and they kindly gave me £400 off the price and also 25% off all the gear (clothing and bits) I haven't ridden for many years but took out this and the GSX 650F and much preferred the twin SV over the 4 cyl GSX on the test rides. Thanks again to the OP for getting me back on a bike after all these years

I would be dead before the summer! I would just over do it and drive too fast until my luck ran out.

nice deal, have a DRZ400SM and a DL650 I like Suzukis!

Original Poster

nictry;5300001

Well thanks to the OP I just went and bought one of these!!!! Didn't have … Well thanks to the OP I just went and bought one of these!!!! Didn't have to ask and they kindly gave me £400 off the price and also 25% off all the gear (clothing and bits) I haven't ridden for many years but took out this and the GSX 650F and much preferred the twin SV over the 4 cyl GSX on the test rides. Thanks again to the OP for getting me back on a bike after all these years



I've owned SV's from the original "curvy" shape in 1999 through to a silver "pointy" design in 2005, I used to commute from Bolton to Liverpool daily on mine. I've been on trackdays, I've lapped the TT mountain course, I've toured Ireland with luggage and a wife, I've been camping with it and been to central France watching the bike racing. The SV is a great bike as it does everything well.
A few tips, the front suspension can be poor, it may be worth paying about £200 to get it sorted if you are not average height and weight. The finish of the paint and lacquer is not good, the fork legs suffer badly from corrosion. The spark plug on the front cylinder can be quite exposed and water can get in, check that the rubber grommet round the plug is correctly sealed and spend about £20 on a "fender extender" to reduce the amount of water thrown up by the front wheel.

Gingerboy;5300091

I would be dead before the summer! I would just over do it and drive too … I would be dead before the summer! I would just over do it and drive too fast until my luck ran out.



The beauty of the SV650 is that the power is not extreme enough to get you in real trouble and the bike doesn't lead you on to your own doom.

rory182;5300159

nice deal, have a DRZ400SM and a DL650 I like Suzukis!



Im jealous....I really want a DRZ!

Thats a very capable bike for not a whole lot of money. I agree that with a cheeky grin or two you will get further money off, and still be able to take advantage of the finance as its Suzuki's own deal.

I give the deal heat, but mega rep to the OP for putting Rossi and Toseland in the tags! :-D

Looking at a little commuter scooter personally. Really interested in the Suzuki UX Sixteen....just can't seem to find a deal on it

pugw$sh;5300278

I've owned SV's from the original "curvy" shape in 1999 through to a … I've owned SV's from the original "curvy" shape in 1999 through to a silver "pointy" design in 2005, I used to commute from Bolton to Liverpool daily on mine. I've been on trackdays, I've lapped the TT mountain course, I've toured Ireland with luggage and a wife, I've been camping with it and been to central France watching the bike racing. The SV is a great bike as it does everything well.A few tips, the front suspension can be poor, it may be worth paying about £200 to get it sorted if you are not average height and weight. The finish of the paint and lacquer is not good, the fork legs suffer badly from corrosion. The spark plug on the front cylinder can be quite exposed and water can get in, check that the rubber grommet round the plug is correctly sealed and spend about £20 on a "fender extender" to reduce the amount of water thrown up by the front wheel..



Cheers for the advice, will keep a note for these issues

Yamaha are doing a similar interest free option. £99 deposit and 3 years interest free on the following bikes
FJR1300A
FZ1
FZ1 ABS
FZ1 Fazer
FZ1 Fazer ABS
FZ6 S2
FZ6 S2 Fazer
FZ6 S2 Fazer ABS
XJR1300
XT660R
XT660X
XT660Z Ténéré XV1900
XVS1300A Midnight Star
XVS950A
YZF-R6

yamaha-motor.co.uk/

Suzuki and the other big Jap bike manufacturers are always having interest free deals on. It just means you pay full RRP on the bike... and we all know that there is loads of cheap deals about for cars and bikes and you can get even better deals by haggling... even more so now with the credit crunch.
But if you need a bike and cant pay cash then interest free is the way to go.

nictry;5300001

Well thanks to the OP I just went and bought one of these!!!! Didn't have … Well thanks to the OP I just went and bought one of these!!!! Didn't have to ask and they kindly gave me £400 off the price and also 25% off all the gear (clothing and bits) I haven't ridden for many years but took out this and the GSX 650F and much preferred the twin SV over the 4 cyl GSX on the test rides. Thanks again to the OP for getting me back on a bike after all these years



If you're looking for a spare jacket and are a 38, 40 or 42 then M & P still have some available for £25...
hotukdeals.com/ite…-5/

Another thing to bear in mind is that three years is a long time, the finance company hope you will lose your job or miss payments because of some other reason..... thats when they will start charging you interest because you have defaulted on the deal.

I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself shortly.

Some advice please guys - what licence do I need and how do I get one.

Cheers

GSX-R600 or R6 - so tempted!!!!

gari189;5301575

If you're looking for a spare jacket and are a 38, 40 or 42 then M & P … If you're looking for a spare jacket and are a 38, 40 or 42 then M & P still have some available for £25...http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/367086/defender-motorbike-jacket-25-plus-5/



Cheers would be rude not to really!!!

charliedixiedean;5302442

I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself … I know nothing about bikes but I want one and may treat myself shortly.Some advice please guys - what licence do I need and how do I get one.Cheers



You'll need to take a CBT after some lessons to get you used to riding then go on for a full motorcycle license. Usually means having 5 or 6 lessons (most do it over a couple of week, i did mine over 5 days)

I'm sure somepne can correct me but is there a motorbike theory test as well? I had to take a theory test but only because I didn't have to do one when i took driving lesseons as it didn't exist back then.

I'd suggest that you take an advanced riding school. Too many new riders are getting injured out there due to making silly mistakes.

Don't be too cheap on the clothing, but do make sure you get some. don't go riding in jeans and a jacket. even a slow speed slide will still give you serious burns. Buy a good fitting, brand new helmet, gloves and boots/shoes. you don't have to buy leathers, there are other materials for biking but if you're getting a big bike then leathers with well placed padding would be the wisest option.
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