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Suzuki to showcase 2012 key models at London Show

Suzuki will showcase key models from its 2012 model line-up at the forthcoming Carol Nash MCN Motorcycle Show, taking place at the ExCel from 2nd - 5th February.

Taking centre stage on the Suzuki stand at London's premier Motorcycle Show will be the new GSX-R1000, that for this year benefits from major technical revisions, offering enhanced performance and reduced weight, bringing a gimmick-free fight back to the 1000cc superbike class.

Other models on display at ExCel include the 2012 V-Strom 650ABS, that's already becoming one of the UK's most popular go anywhere, do anything adventure machines, as well as the definitive luxury commuter scooter, the Burgman 650 and the award-winning GSR750 too.

For those keen to brush up on their riding skills, ex-500 Grand Prix racer Simon Crafar will be in attendance throughout the duration of the show, keen to chat with visitors about riding techniques and his new on-track instructional book and DVD - Motovudu, The Dark Art of Performance.

Suzuki GB marketing manager, George Cheeseman, commented, "Naturally we're delighted to attend the London Show once again and pleased to be able to bring the 2012 GSX-R1000 to the capital for fans to see close-up for the first time. With many of our 2012 models already in dealer showrooms or on their way, we're also delighted to offer customers a great new finance offer, offering up to £1000 cashback together with low rate finance options. As ever, we look forward to welcoming everyone who attends the London Motorcycle Show to the Suzuki stand."

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