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Suzuki Sale: $1000-Off Coupon

Suzuki Motorcycles

American Suzuki has announces a motorcycle sales promotion offering $1000-off coupon on select motorcycles and scooters in combination with 1.99% financing through March 31, 2011.

The coupon can be found at suzukicycles.com, local Suzuki dealers or you can print it right now, right here from this link on UltimateMotorcycling.com.

For motorcycle riders waiting for the right time to get on a new Suzuki, this might be it. Suzuki is offering this savings on new motorcycles and scooters to make riding a new Suzuki more affordable for consumers this spring.

"We want to give this incredible opportunity to consumers," said American Suzuki Motorcycle ATV Division’s National Sales Manager Rod Lopusnak.

"Spring is just around the corner and there is no better way to start out the 2011 riding season than on a new Suzuki motorcycle or scooter, and this huge $1000-off promotion with 1.99% financing makes it easily affordable for motorcycle enthusiasts to get on a new Suzuki."

The discount coupon is in addition to and can be combined with Suzuki’s 1.99% APR rate that is fixed until 2016 on all models with approved credit.

From AMA Supercross / Motocross winning Suzuki RM-Z motocross bikes to the Boulevard cruisers and fuel-efficient Burgman scooters, a huge variety of Suzuki motorcycles and scooters are eligible for these offers.

This offer available on 2009 and prior S50, M50, C50/B/C/Z, C50T, S83, M90, C90/B, C109R, C90T, C109RT, GS500F, SV650S/SF/SAF, GSX650F, Gladius, B-King, DR200S, DR-Z400SM, S40, Bandit 1250S/SA, Burgman 400/A, Burgman 650/A, DR-Z400S, DR650SE and 2010 and prior RM-Z250 and RM-Z450 models.

The coupon is only valid for a limited time. The 45-day countdown is now ticking as the $1000-off coupon must be redeemed at local Suzuki motorcycle dealerships by March 31, 2011.

Please see your local Suzuki dealer for more details or check out the 2009 Suzuki models online.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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