Saving More with Suzuki

With prices continuing to soar and money being tighter than ever, it is becoming increasingly difficult to guarantee a great price on your new car, without compromising on quality.

Keeping consumers' needs in mind, Suzuki has gone against the grain to freeze its prices until 2023, so that people can get the same great quality without being hit with increased prices.

Suzuki cars come packed with a great range of tech as standard, including Smartphone link display, Reversing Camera or Sensors, Heated Front Seats, Keyless Entry & Start, Collision Warning, Adaptive Cruise Control, Traffic Sign Recognition and Lane Departure Prevention.

Suzuki recently undertook market research to determine the quality and benefits that Suzuki offer compared to its market competitors. 

Save money with the Suzuki Swift

The smallest of the Suzuki cars, the fun to drive Suzuki Swift is the ideal city car, perfect for those who like to live a busy lifestyle. Starting from only £15,499, the Swift SZ-L comes in, on average, £3,383 cheaper than its competitors, beating out the Ford Fiesta and Vauxhall Corsa for value, neither of which offers Adaptive Cruise Control or Reversing Cameras or Sensors.

Swift Vs The Competition

See the full breakdown of the Suzuki Swift vs its competitors.

Suzuki Swift vs
Suzuki Swift VS
Save money with the Suzuki S-Cross

On the other end of the scale, the Suzuki S-Cross, one of the largest cars in the Suzuki family, starts from only £24,999 and is the ideal family car for those that like to adventure. The S-Cross is, on average, £3,838 cheaper than its nearest competitors, including the Nissan Qashqai which doesn't offer Heated front seats or Lane Departure Prevention and the Vauxhall Mokka which is missing Adaptive Cruise Control.

S-Cross Vs The Competition

See the full breakdown of the Suzuki S-Cross vs its competitors.

Suzuki S-Cross vs
Suzuki S-Cross VS
Save money with the Suzuki Vitara

The savings don't stop there with the Suzuki Vitara, possibly the most popular Suzuki choice, being, on average, £3,555 cheaper than its nearest competitor, beating out the Peugeot 2008 by an astounding £6,886, which doesn't offer adaptive cruise control.

Vitara Vs The Competition

See the full breakdown of the Suzuki Vitara vs its competitors.

Suzuki Vitara vs
Suzuki Swift VS

The savings aren't just saved on the retail price. There are also massive savings to customers choosing £0 deposit PCP. Based on 10,000 miles annually, on average, a customer can save £72.75 per month when choosing a Suzuki Swift over its competitors, £51 when choosing the Suzuki Vitara and a huge £100 per month on the Suzuki S-Cross.

2-Years Free Servicing!

Suzuki currently offers 2 years of free servicing with every new Suzuki purchase. So, on top of the price freeze and the money you're saving by choosing Suzuki, you'll also save on service!*

Suzuki 2 Years Free Servicing Offer

Suzuki boasts a great range of vehicles so whether you are looking for something sporty for shopping in the city or your next family-friendly car, Suzuki guarantees to be hybrid as standard, packed with tech as standard and a 14-day returns guarantee, ensuring that they are always #gooddifferent

Suzuki Offers

At Chapelhouse, we offer a great range of offers across the Suzuki brand. All are available here. 

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Suzuki Range

Find out more about the great range that Suzuki has to offer. 

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