Free Oil and Filter from Suzuki this Christmas

Winter ride on a DL1000 V Strom in winter

Free Oil and Filter with Suzuki’s Winter Discount Card

Whether you are the kind of rider who takes to the road all year, or the type who places their bike into hibernation over the winter months, the benefits of giving you pride and joy a once over in the off season are huge. 

Suzuki are taking the sting out of winter maintenance by offering all Suzuki owners the opportunity to apply for a winter discount card to use in Suzuki Dealers. The card will benefit the holder with free oil and filter up to the value of £50 with every service purchased, meaning a handy saving at a costly time of year.

Suzuki haven’t stopped there though.  The card will also give a discount to customers who prefer to wield the spanners themselves, with 20% off the price of Ecstar and Motul Oil, 10% off genuine Suzuki Parts including Suzuki Vintage parts, 10% off Suzuki accessories, clothing and merchandise. Add to that 10% off the GEN-3 paint protection system and you’ve got all bases covered whether you plan to ride through the cold winter months or are preparing for the coming riding season.

Suzuki GB aftersales marketing coordinator, Tim Davies had this to say. “As a motorcyclist, winter is always the least favourite time of the year. We also know that it’s the most popular time to get bits and pieces sorted before you put the bike away, or in preparation for next spring, whether that’s a service or the fitment of any new parts or accessories. Our rewards scheme serves to make that process easier and more affordable, by giving Suzuki owners discounts on key products and services so they can treat themselves and their pride and joy this winter.”

The Winter Discount card is available until the end of February and is free for existing Suzuki owners.  Details of how to apply can be found here.

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