Suzuki Bike Insurance

Get a Suzuki Bike insurance quote from Devitt today and we’ll compare prices from top UK insurers to find you our cheapest quote. We’ve been providing motorbike insurance for your Suzuki GSX-R1000 to the Suzuki Bandit 1250s. We’ve been looking after UK bikers since 1936, so you’re in expert and reliable hands.

Suzuki Bike Insurance

KEY BENEFITS:

  • 10% discount for SPORTSBIKESHOP with your Suzuki bike policy!
  • Fast and hassle-free claims from our 24/7 UK-based accident helpline
  • You’re covered in Europe – 90 day EU cover
  • Reduce your premium with our fantastic Excess Protect optional extra
  • Additional discounts for advanced training, secure parking, limited mileage and security systems
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What can I expect to pay for my Suzuki bike insurance?

Take a look at real prices for Suzuki bike insurance to give you a rough idea of what you might pay:

BikeTPFTFully Comp

Suzuki GSF600Z Bandit Value £2,075.00
TPFT:£72.00 FULLY COMP:£77.00

Suzuki VS 750 Intruder Value £2,000.00
TPFT:£72.00 FULLY COMP:£77.00

Suzuki GSX-R100Z Value £4,000.00
TPFT:£81.00 FULLY COMP:£114.00

All prices are based on a married rider, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with a factory fitted immobiliser.

A guide to Suzuki motorbikes 

Suzuki, Japanese based auto-mobile manufacturers, launched back in 1909. It wasn’t until 1937 that Michio Suzuki and team decided to create and build prototype cars fitted with a liquid-cool, four-stroke, four-cylinder engine. By 1954, Suzuki had moved into the motorcycle trade and were producing 6,000 motorcycles per month that were equipped with two-stroke engines only; most notably the water-cooled triple-cylinder GT750.

Just like many other manufacturers, you don’t just get your standard Suzuki motorcycle – there’s a bike fit for purpose for every customer. Here’s a little guide to help breakdown Suzuki motorcycles for you.

Suzuki models:

  •  SuperSport: Hayabusa, GSX-R
  • Adventure & Sports Touring: GSX, V-Storm,
  • Street: Bandit, GSX, GSR, SV, SFV, Inazuma, VanVan
  • Scooter: Burgman, Address
  • Cruiser: Intruder M1800/M800/C800

Brilliant bikes at brilliant prices, Suzuki has long been one of our favourite bike manufacturers. They’re comfortable, easy to ride, efficient and – if you’re after speed and power – they can provide plenty of that too.

What your insurance includes

We offer three levels of cover: fully comprehensive cover, third party fire and theft and third party. These are our basic premiums and which policy you choose depends entirely upon your circumstances and budget. However, we also provide a number of additional products that can enhance your cover, including Key Protection which gives you £1500 worth of cover in the event that your keys are lost, stolen or damaged, Legal Expenses cover to pay for legal fees in the event of an accident, Personal Accident cover with the option to include cover for your helmet and leathers, and RAC cover so that you can get back on the road in the event of a breakdown.

How much will my Suzuki bike insurance cost?

How much you pay depends on a number of factors, including your location, occupation, security for your bike, mileage, whether you have any no claims’ discount and whether you have had any driving convictions within the last 5 years. But there are a few things you can do to reduce the cost of your insurance and our Excess Protect product could be just the ticket. Costing £25, it covers excess costs of up to £500 – which means that if you have to claim on your insurance, your excess costs are covered. Increasing your excess will reduce your premium, and you can then buy Excess Protect to cover those costs in the event of an accident. If you achieve savings of £25 or more by increasing your premium, it’s definitely worth investing in Excess Protect.

Keeping your bike safe and secure is also a very easy way to reduce the costs of your insurance. If you don’t have a shed or garage where the bike can be safely locked away at night, simply bring the bike inside to your house or flat and tuck it away somewhere out of sight.

How to get an insurance quote

We offer insurance quotes either online by filling in our quote form, or over the phone by calling our quote line on 0345 872 3614.

Suzuki MotoGP

Suzuki has been in the motorcycling industry since the early 1950’s, so it’s no surprise that Suzuki has been a key feature in global motorcycle races including MotoGP and World Superbike.

Check out their short documentary of how they prepare the bikes and riders for the upcoming season ahead.

Why choose Devitt?

  • We compare our exclusive rates from insurers to find you the cheapest Suzuki bike insurance quote
  • We’re experts – we’ve been arranging insurance for the UK since 1936
  • Great additional care options – add Legal cover, Breakdown cover, Personal Accident (PA) cover, and PA with helmet and leathers
  • An exclusive 10% discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP with your Suzuki motorbike insurance
  • Outstanding customer service from our helpful UK-based call centre
  • Brilliant offers and latest news with our sponsorship of Keep Britain Biking
  • Renewal reminder and Claims helpline texted directly to your phone

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