Suzuki GB will be heading to Edinburgh for the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show, 8-9 March at the Royal Highland Centre, supported by three of its Scottish dealerships; Cupar Motorcycles, Mickey Oates Motorcycles and Saltire Motorcycles Ltd.
Over the weekend Suzuki will be showcasing its extensive 2014 model line-up as well as displaying the brand new V-Strom 1000, which is now available in dealers.
Also on display will be a one-off dealer GSX-R1000 Yoshimura Suzuka 8-hour endurance team special edition, with an eye-catching orange paint scheme.
Other bikes on-show will include a special edition GSX-R750 Yoshimura, the award-winning GSR750, the adventures’ favourite V-Strom 650, the supersport Hayabusa ABS and the city-smart Inazuma 250. As well as the VanVan125, Intruder M1800RZ, SFV650 and the GSX1250FA.
Suzuki’s marketing manager, George Cheeseman commented:
We are delighted to be attending this well-established event again with the support of our three Scottish dealers. We’re excited to be showing the much-awaited V-Strom 1000 in Scotland, as well as all the other exciting models Suzuki has to offer this year. We are looking forward to welcoming all show-goers to our stand for a chat and to see what’s on offer.
Representatives from the three dealerships will be on-hand to offer advice on all models, as well as details of Suzuki’s 2014 Roadshow Test Ride Event, which will be at participating Scottish dealers. There will also be information on the current promotion that allows customers to choose between having £500 contributed toward their deposit by their Suzuki dealer, £600 worth of Genuine Suzuki accessories to personalise their new bike, or £700 towards the cost of their insurance*.
Suzuki and its supporting dealers look forward to welcoming you onto their stand, H128.
The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show runs from Saturday 8 to Sunday 9 March, with doors opening at 9am and closing at 5.00pm on both days. Tickets can be purchased in advance £12 for adults, £9 for seniors – tickets are subject to a service charge. On the day tickets can be purchased at £16 for adults, £12 for seniors and children under-15 go free.