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Protect yourself and your Suzuki with Gap Insurance at Easy Gap

As you may now be aware, due to depreciation, you are leaving yourself in a very vulnerable position financially. According to leading market experts, the average vehicle will lose as much as 50% in the first three years of ownership. If your Suzuki model was to be written off or stolen, your motor insurer is only legally obliged to pay you the market value of your vehicle on that day. 

This may leave a very large financial gap. However, that is why Gap Insurance is here to help bridge the financial gap caused by depreciation.

How can Vehicle Replacement Gap Insurance from Easy Gap help your Suzuki?

The chances are that you will not have been offered this form of Gap protection within your dealership due to the lack of exposure and modernity of the cover type. This form of Gap Insurance has been described as being the most comprehensive upon its release, due to the ability of the cover.

This form of Gap Insurance is unlike the other forms due to its ability to protect you from both depreciation and the appreciation to the cost of a new Suzuki model.

Put simply, Vehicle Replacement Gap Insurance will pay you the difference between the market value of your vehicle on the day it was written off or stolen and the cost to replace your Suzuki with the same model, age, mileage and specification etc as yours was on the day of purchase. This will give you the ability to purchase the same standard of Suzuki in the event of your model being declared a total loss.
How can Return to Invoice Gap Insurance help you and your Suzuki?

In contrast to Vehicle Replacement Insurance, Return to Invoice Gap Insurance is more than likely to have been offered to you within your dealership. This form of protection is the level of cover that receives the most exposure within dealerships up and down the UK. However, it is also likely that this level of cover will have been offered you at somewhere in and around the national dealership average price of £395.

Return to Invoice Gap Insurance will cover the difference between the market value of your vehicle on the day it was written off or stolen and the original invoice price that you paid for the Suzuki. This will ensure that you receive the full balance, deposit and equity as well as having the ability to clear any outstanding finance, if any.

Finance and Contract Hire Gap Insurance for Suzuki

What is finance gap issuance and more importantly why should you consider buying it?

Due to depreciation and the fact that your motor insurer are only legally obliged to pay you the market value of your vehicle on the day it was written off, you could be left owing your finance company thousands of pounds and left in a position of paying for a vehicle you no longer own.

Finance gap insurance is the oldest and some say still the best form of gap insurance and we attribute some of its continued popularity down to the fact that is it a very simple form of insurance to understand. Simply put, if your Suzuki is written off it pays the difference between your Suzuki's valuation on the day it was written off and simply clears your outstanding finance / or contract hire liability.

Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of auto mobiles, 4x4 vehicles, motorcycles, ATVs, marine engines and wheelchairs.

Suzuki is Japan’s fourth largest auto mobile manufacturer after Toyota, Nissan and Honda and the ninth largest of such in the world. In 2010, Volkswagen AG bought 19.9% of the company, and is currently the biggest shareholder. The history of Suzuki dates back to 1909, when Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki Loom Works, a business that manufactured weaving looms for Japan’s booming silk and cotton industry. In 1937, the company expanded into the auto mobile industry and built several prototype cars, however, were  forced to stop at the outbreak of the Second World War. The great success the company had in the weaving loom business ended in 1951 when the Japanese cotton market collapsed.

The Suzuki Motor Corporation was now born and by 1954, the company was manufacturing 6000 motorcycles per month. The first motorcycle was introduced in 1953, the 60cc Diamond Free model and the first auto mobile, the Suzuki light model in 1955 which again was seen to be a huge innovation in the industry.

Suzuki are one of the major motor manufacturers in the industry and are arguably the biggest motorbike provider in the UK today. The Suzuki firm have recently introduced a new range of GSXR models including the a new 750 Yoshimura edition.

As well as being one of the biggest motorbike providers in the UK today, Suzuki have a number of successful car models in the market including the Suzuki Swift. The Japanese brand have recently announced plans to release a new higher specification model under the name of the SZ-L model. The Suzuki Swift SZ-L model has been released with the hope that it will help increase the market share of the Suzuki Swift model.
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