Three Reasons to Buy a New S 1000 RR Superbike from BMW UK

Ever since the Bavarian manufacturer debuted the S 1000 RR superbike, the machine has attracted extremely positive feedback, being highly acclaimed by worldwide motorcycle enthusiasts: it’s light, powerful and extremely goodlooking. Naturally, it soon came to be the dream of most sportbike fans out there.

Now, the British ones have further reasons to feel attracted to the S 1000 RR, as BMW Motorrad UK has announced three offers for when purchasing a new one, all running through December 31.

Specifically, customers can choose from the following available offers: 0% finance with BMW Hire Purchase (Option 1), £1,000 worth of performance parts (Option 2) or £1,000 dealer deposit contribution on BMW Select (Option 3).

With Option 1, customers can choose a new BMW S 1000 RR Sport, with additional factory-fitted options available, with a representative 0% APR 36-month Hire Purchase agreement.

WIth Option 2, customers can go for £1,000 to spend on the range of HP Accessories for the S 1000 RR.

Finally, Option 3 offers the possibility to take advantage of a £1000 dealer deposit contribution and lower monthly payments. At the end of the agreement, customers have three easy options: part-exchange the bike: any value above the optional final payment is available to put towards the deposit of a new BMW bikes, make the final payment and keep the bike, or return it to BMW with no further obligation.

“This summer, we’re making it even more affordable to purchase the S 1000 RR. Our three special offers allow customers to tailor their finance package to their needs or customise their bike with a superb range of HP Accessories. Whether you’re a road rider, trackday enthusiast or a racer, we have made the S 1000 RR even greater value,”
said Tony Jakeman, BMW Motorrad Marketing Manager.
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