The latest offers on new motorcycles

Published: 30 January 2009

Here's a convenient run-down of the offers and deals that some of the major motorcycle manufacturers are running at the moment.

Whether it's free accessories, 0% finance, cash-back or even free insurance, there are always bargains to be had when buying a new bike, so it makes sense to shop around and compare offers from various manufacturers.

Here's some of the best deals out there right now:

 

Honda -  free top box and heated grips
Honda motorcycles are helping bikers ride on through winter with their 'Brave tthe Elements' deal. If you buy a new VFR800, NT700V Deauville, XL1000V Varadero or XL700VA Transalp they'll throw in a free top box and set of heated grips. The offer expires 31st March 2009.

 

Triumph - £800 worth of free accessories or clothing
If you buy a Sprint ST or Tiger from Triumph before 31st March 2009 you can choose £800 worth of stuff from their clothings and accessories range for free.

 

Suzuki - 0% finance on 3 models with £1 deposit
In the market for a V-Strom 1000 GT, DR-Z400SM or Intruder C800? Buy before 31st March 2009 and Suzuki are offering 0% finance (over 2.5 years) on all three and they're asking for a deposit of £1.

 

Yamaha - 12 months RAC cover with new road bikes
All new Yamaha road bikes (including scooters and mopeds) are covered by Yamaha Assist, a breakdown service that Yamaha offers through an agreement they have with the RAC.

 

Kawasaki - 0% finance on 6 models
With a £99 deposit you can get 0% finance over 3 years on a range of 6 models, although be aware that in some cases it only applies to the 2008 models: 2008 Ninja ZX-6R, 2008 ER-6n and 2008 ER-6f, Ninja ZX-10R, Versys and ZZR1400.

 

Suzuki - free insurance on many 125s
Suzuki are also giving away third party only insurance with most of their 125cc bikes and scooters, including the VanVan 125, Intruder 125 and Burgman 125. They are offering third part fire & theft cover on the DR125SM from £189.

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  • There are always bargains to be had when buying a new bike