Thinking of switching to 2 wheels for a cheaper, quicker commute? With these great motorcycle offers you have no excuse to keep wasting money!
After taking a CBT, which typically takes a day and costs around £100, you can ride any scooter or motorbike up to 125cc engine size. So you could choose between Honda’s popular SH125 and S-Wing 125 scooters with complimentary top-box to carry your bag, and 0% finance. Or one of Yamaha’s range of 125cc motorbikes and scooters, including the Vity, the X-Max 125 Sport, the sporty YZF-R125, the Custom styled YBR-125 or the rugged off-road looks of the WR125. All Yamaha’s 125cc models come with either free insurance or 4.9% finance. Piaggio’s Zip and Typhoon scooters are also available with 0% finance.
If you’ve got a Full Motorcycle Licence and want a motorcycle that will handle motorway speeds, there are still bargains to be had.
Kawasaki are offering 0% finance deals on their beginner-friendly ER-6n and ER-6f motorbikes, with just £99 deposit. The offer also covers the stylish Versys, a great all-rounder for experienced and new riders.
Yamaha’s popular FZ8, Fazer8 and XJ series motorbikes also come with 0% finance. Suzuki are offering a combination of low-rate finance (from 3%) and cashback on a range of models including the versatile GSR750 (available with ABS), the popular V-STROM 650ABS, novice-friendly SV650S and Gladius motorbikes. So you get affordable finance and a lump sum to spend on a new helmet, boots and thermals! Bigger Honda motorbikes also come with attractive finance offers, including the XL700V TransAlp, the adventure-styled Crossrunner and the VFR1200F with 0% offers.
And if none of these offers tickle your fancy, remember that dealers may have a few of last year’s models that they want to get out of the way to make room for shiny new 2012 motorcycles. So if you see something you like, it’s always worth making them an offer!
Don’t wait too long. Most of these offers only run until the end of March 2012. Happy bargain hunting, and don’t forget to tell them Get On sent you.