The Suzuki Alto GL automatic is available from $12,990 driveaway, saving customers of the Indian-built micro car $1500.
The Swift GL auto city car is priced at $16,690 driveaway, down from its usual $17,990 before-on-roads price, while the GL Navigator is available at reduced driveaway prices – the manual $16,490 and the auto $17,690 (down from their respective $17,490 and $19,490 list prices).
Suzuki is also offering a 1.9 per cent finance rate on the Swift Sport.
Every variant across the S-Cross range comes with $1000 cashback, meaning the entry-level GL manual can be purchased for $21,990 driveaway.
The Grand Vitara Navigator is priced from $26,990 driveaway and comes standard with the $1500 Freestyler package, which adds a nudge bar, roof racks, bonnet protector and Freestyler decals.
All deals apply to vehicles purchased by May 31 and delivered by June 6.
The six-day sale follows a slow start to the year for Suzuki Australia that the company’s general manager described as “terrible”.
Suzuki sold just 5041 cars across the country between January and April, down 33 per cent or 2493 vehicles compared with the first four months of 2013.