Suzuki has announced a raft of new car discounts, including a VAT-free offer on the Swift.
Even the top-spec Swift SZ5 costs £13,778, which represents a saving of £2,721.
For that, you get 16-inch alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, automatic air conditioning, smartphone integration, satellite navigation, DAB digital radio and keyless entry/start.
The Swift Sport isn’t part of the VAT-free offer, but a flat £2,000 discount takes the price down to £16,999. This provides some much needed breathing space between the price of the Swift Sport and the excellent Fiesta ST-2.
The Suzuki Swift deals in summary:
- Suzuki Swift SZ3: £10,867 (£2,132 discount)
- Suzuki Swift SZ-T: £12,533 (£2,466 discount)
- Suzuki Swift Attitude: £12,617 (£2,482 discount)
- Suzuki Swift SZ5: £13,778 (£2,721 discount)
- Suzuki Swift Sport: £16,999 (£2,000 discount)
To make the discounts even more appealing, Suzuki is offering PCP deposit contributions on selected models. The company will contribute £750 on the Swift SZ3 and £1,250 on the Swift Attitude.
The Swift Attitude is arguably the range sweet spot, offering a hint of the styling of the Sport with a generous level of standard equipment.
Ignis, Vitara and S-Cross offers
Meanwhile, the Suzuki Ignis is available with a £1,000 discount, lowering the price of the entry-level SZ3 to £11,999.
A 49-month 0 percent APR PCP offer is available on the Suzuki Vitara. For example, a Vitara SZ-T powered by a 1.4-litre engine costs £179 a month after a deposit of £4,625. This is based on 10,000 miles a year, with an optional final payment of £7,382.
Finally, the oft-forgotten Suzuki SX4 S-Cross is £3,000 cheaper between now and the end of December. This means the entry-level SZ4 costs £14,999, while the flagship SZ5 costs £22,249. These prices are based on cash purchases and those bought on finance.
Sadly, there are no discounts available on the in-demand Suzuki Jimny. This just goes to prove that you can’t always get everything you want for Christmas.