Suzuki Motor of America Inc. Suzuki - Military & First Responders $250 Off

Suzuki Motor of America Inc. Suzuki - Military & First Responders $250 Off

End Date: 9/30/2024

Military & First Responders Can Receive an Additional $250 Off

*Conditions apply. This offer is valid for $250 factory customer cash off a new, unregistered 2020-2024 Suzuki motorcycle, scooter, or ATV model. Discount is taken off of listed price and is contingent on model availability. Offer must be validated by participating authorized dealer at time of purchase. May be combined with other current retail incentives so long as all conditions are met. No substitutions. Offer applicable to active and retired first responders in law enforcement, fire and rescue services, or emergency medical services (First Responder) or an active or retired member of the United States Armed Forces (Military). See dealer for eligibility. Not redeemable for cash. Offers void where prohibited. Only valid in the continental United States, excluding HI. See your local Suzuki dealer for complete details. Offer valid through 09/30/2024.

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HONDA - Honda SxSs are for drivers 16 years of age and older. Passengers must be able to grasp the grab bar with the seatbelt on and both feet on the floor. For your safety, drive responsibly, read your owner's manual, wear a helmet and eye protection, always wear your seatbelt, keep the side nets and doors closed and never drive after consuming drugs or alcohol. 

POLARIS - Warning. Polaris off-road vehicles can be hazardous to operate and are not intended for on-road use. Driver must be at least 16 years old with a valid driver's license to operate. All riders should always wear helmets, eye protection and footwear and refer to the owner's manual for additional protective gear instructions and requirements. Read, understand and follow your owner's manual. Ride within the limits of your own abilities and never engage in stunt or exhibition driving. Never ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol. All riders should take a safety training course. Call 800-342-3764 for additional information.