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Suzuki Inazuma 250 Ready To Ride Away

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Suzuki Inazuma 250 Ready To Ride Away
Whether it's to work or play, Suzuki is redefining value with pricing for its entry level learner approved model, the INAZUMA 250 for just $4,990 ride away* at participating dealers.

Specially developed for the growing demand of reliable and cost effective transport, it comes packed with smooth performance wrapped in a sleek, stylish design and finished with proven Suzuki quality and reliability.

The liquid-cooled, SOHC, in-line, two-cylinder engine makes for a lightweight powerplant with the 6-speed transmission ensuring a smooth ride in low-to-mid range engine speed in urban areas when commuting as well as on longer rides when touring.

Deliver gutsy low-end and mid-range power through a low-emission and easy-to-master package. That's the goal of the INAZUMA's 250cc engine package. The lightweight twin cylinder stands up strong inside the naked chassis. Overall, it's engineering that meets the same goals as the styling package - to give motorcyclists more than they expected.

"This new pricing represents fantastic value and means that for as little as $4,990 customers can ride away on a brand new Suzuki," said Suzuki Motorcycles National Marketing Manager Lewis Croft.

"The savings will give new riders more money to spend on riding gear, which can be financed and insured with easy, attractive weekly payments by accredited Suzuki Finance and Insurances dealers.

"For further peace of mind, the INAZUMA 250 also comes with Suzuki's renowned two year, unlimited kilometre warranty."

For further information on the Suzuki INAZUMA 250, interested customers should visit their local participating Suzuki dealer, who can be found through the dealer locator

*Suzuki INAZUMA 250 $4,990 ride away offer only available at participating Suzuki dealers.

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