Suzuki Celebrates 30 Years Of ATVs With 3.00% Per Annum Low Interest Finance

It’s 30 years since Suzuki transformed agricultural machinery with its first ATV and the company is celebrating by offering an outstanding finance deal to Australian farmers.

Suzuki is pleased to announce that from July 1, selected Suzuki Farm ATVs will ‘for a limited time ‘ be available on a finance rate of just 3.00% finance1 per annum over three years for approved customers.

“We know how tough conditions are for Australian farmers at the moment and we would like to offer this generous deal to help them through these difficult times,” said Suzuki Australia Motorcycles National Marketing Manager Lewis Croft.

“The Suzuki range of Farm ATVs has cultivated an enviable reputation for being as tough as the Australian farmers who own them.

“With the introduction of this limited offer, Suzuki is giving our rural cousins the chance to upgrade to the latest and greatest Farm ATV without breaking the bank.”

In 1983, Suzuki revolutionized off-roading by introducing the first four-wheeled ATV, the QuadRunner LT125.

Since then, Suzuki has continued to be a leader in developing class-leading ATVs that boast advanced Suzuki technology, convenient utility features and unrivalled performance.

The first manufacturer on four wheels, Suzuki’s ATV range offers purpose built features for Australian rural conditions with benefits such as fuel-injection, a choice of automatic or manual transmissions, selectable 2WD or 4WD and an option of two power steering models included in the KingQuad line-up.

The limited offer 3.00% per annum finance rate is available for commercial purchases on all KingQuad 400, 500 and 750cc Farm ATVs.

Until August 31 this year, participating Suzuki Finance dealers will be offering qualified ABN holders a special Suzuki Finance rate of just 3.00% per annum.1 when they purchase any new Suzuki KingQuad 400, 500 and 750cc Farm ATV.

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