Suzuki Continues Low Auto Loan Rates on All 2011 Models in NovemberBy Liz Opsitnik
Thursday, Nov 11 2010 16:44
Suzuki is featuring 0 percent auto loans on its entire 2010 lineup in November, as well as auto lease incentives and cash back on select models.
On leftover 2010 models, Suzuki is offering 0 percent car loans on the entire lineup. For four years, the Kizashi and SX4 (all trim levels) are 0 percent, while the Grand Vitara and Equator Extended and Crew Cab are 0 percent for five years.
On new 2011 models, 2.9 percent auto loan rates for 60 months are available on the entire lineup.
The 2011 Suzuki Equator truck has 2.9 percent financing for 60 months in November, while the 2010 version is 0 percent for 60 months.
Customer cash is available on all 2010 Suzukis ranging from $1,000 to $2,000 in November. The 2011 Grand Vitara has $750 in customer cash, while the 2011 Equator has $1,000. The 2011 SX4 Sedan and Sedan Sport both come with $1,250 in cash back this month.
Suzuki is only offering lease incentives on its newer 2011 models. Suzuki's lease deals are attractive because the monthly payments are relatively low, with most being less than $200 a month.
The Kizashi can be leased for $189 a month for 39 months with $2,491 due at signing. The SX4 Sedan is $149 a month for 36 months with $2,494 at signing, while the SX4 Crossover is $179 a month, also for 36 months, with $1,540 at signing. The Grand Vitara can be leased for $209 a month for 39 months with $2,615 due at signing.
Suzuki is also offering a $500 owner loyalty incentive on every 2010 and 2011 model ($1,000 on the 2010 Kizashi) in November. There is also a $500 military incentive and $500 college graduate incentive on the entire 2010 and 2011 lineup.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check Suzuki's site to find the incentives in your area.
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