Suzuki will be heading to Edinburgh for the MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show on 9-10 March, with partners Cupar Motorcycles, Mickey Oates Motorcycles and Saltire Motorcycles, who will be supporting during the show held at the Royal Highland Centre.
Showcased over the weekend will be the latest Suzuki models, alongside the extensive 2013 line-up. First-look models include the special edition GSX-R1000Z, which celebrates the one millionth GSX-R to be produced since 1985, and the Intruder C1500T cruiser with integrated luggage.
Other bikes on show include the award-winning GSR750, the versatile V-Strom 650 ABS and the city-wise Inazuma 250, as well as the ever popular GSX-R600, GSX1250FA, SFV650, Van Van 125 and the legendary Hayabusa.
Suzuki’s Marketing Manager, George Cheeseman commented: “We are delighted to join forces with our supported dealers and attend this well-established event.
“We have exciting bikes on show for the first time in Scotland with the GSX-R1000Z and Intruder C1500T taking centre stage. We welcome all show-goers to our stand (H128) for a chat and a look at what we have to offer.”
Representatives from the three dealers will be present on the stand to offer advice on the latest models, details of the 2013 Test Ride roadshow coming to all Scottish dealers and current deals, including up to £800 of Suzuki Genuine Accessories free with many models.
The MCN Scottish Motorcycle Show runs from Saturday 9 to Sunday 10 March, with doors opening at 9am and closing at 5.30pm on both days.