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Suzuki motorcycle insurance.

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Enter your Suzuki's bike details just once, plus your personal information & the level of cover required. You'll then discover quotes from multiple Suzuki bike insurance brokers. Simply choose the policy that's right for you.

Whether you're looking for Suzuki GSXR insurance, need cover for your V-Strom, Busa or Bandit - or are just starting out and want cheap insurance for your GSX-S125, Biker Insure can help.

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A bit about Suzuki before you compare your Suzuki bike insurance.

If we were playing word association and I said Suzuki, you’d probably reply “GSXR” or “GIXXER.”

Okay - you might say Vitara, but that would be missing the point.

The Suzuki range over the past 30 years or so has been dominated by their fine range of 1000, 750 and 600cc GSXR variants. From the early cradle framed, shell-suit paint job 1100 brutes to the hump seated racetrack refugees of the late 90’s, to the modern epitome of the perfectly balanced sportsbike - the now sadly discontinued GSXR750.

Of course, Suzuki aren’t all about GSXR’s – along the way we’ve had genre defining bikes like the Bandit, the RGV250, the Hayabusa, SV’s, and the infamous TL1000s - plus leftfield options like the RF900 and B-King.

The 2023 Suzuki motorbike range no longer includes any GSXR's (apart from the 125, but that doesn't really count), and is perhaps a better reflection of the UK motorcycling market today. We've got the re-launched Hayabusa, the sport-touring GSX-S1000GT (sure to be one of Suzuki's biggest sellers), street bikes/nakeds in the form of the GSX-S 1000, GSX-8S and Katana, plus a range of V-Stroms (1050, 650, 800) to compete in the ever swelling Adventure bike genre. The ageing SV650 still clings in there alongside a couple of 125cc bikes and a range of scooter options.

Suzuki bike insurance

Like other types of motorbike Insurance, Suzuki motorbike insurance typically covers theft or damage of the motorcycle. Depending on what level of Suzuki cover you choose (fully comprehensive, third party fire & theft or third party only), you'll have a different outcome in the event of an accident, if your bike is stolen, or is accidentally damaged.

Third party only is the minimum legal requirement, and covers you for injury or damage caused to other people and their vehicle or property. It won't cover damage to your bike, or any injuries to you. Third party fire & theft covers the same as TPO, but includes compensation should your bike be stolen or fire damaged. Fully comprehensive bike insurance includes all the benefits of TPFT insurance, plus accidental damage to your Suzuki and personal injury treatment if the incident is your fault.

Fully comprehensive Suzuki insurance might also cover the cost of a replacement Suzuki if your machine is written off.

TPO insurance won't necessarily always be the cheapest option for your Suzuki bike insurance, so be sure to check all three cover options when you compare quotes. You can easily run a re-quote with different cover options from the final insurance quote results page.

Remember to always check your broker's policy documents over properly to ensure that the Suzuki policy you have chosen adequately suits your individual needs and circumstances.

How much is it to insure my Suzuki motorbike?

Underwriters calculate the cost of your Suzuki insurance quote based on multiple variables. These include, but are not limited to: your age, where you live, your occupation, your riding experience and claims history. The model of Suzuki you ride also has a big impact on the cost of quotes. A brand new Hayabusa is likely to cost significantly more to insure than a 20 year old Bandit 600 for example. Generally, the bigger and newer the bike, the more expensive the insurance.

This isn't always the case though, and there are no hard and fast rules. Your Suzuki insurance quote will depend on your personal curcumstances and needs. The easiest way to get a firm idea of insurance costs is to run a personalised quote at Biker Insure.

We've run a few sample Suzuki quotes through the system. The results are listed below:

How much does Suzuki bike insurance cost?*

2012 Suzuki GSX1300R Hayabusa - £185 Fully Comp

2019 Suzuki Katana 1000 - £126 Fully Comp

2020 Suzuki V-Strom 1000 - £159 Fully Comp

2021 Suzuki GSX-S 1000 - £143 Fully Comp

* Compared at Biker Insure on 20.01.23 and for indicative purposes only. Quotes were obtained for a married 42 year old company director living in IV40 with maximum ncb, no claims or convictions and a clean motorcycle licence. Bike is garaged and used for social & commuting purposes. £300 voluntary excess. Actual quotes will vary depending on your individual circumstances and Suzuki model.

If you need to insure any of the current Suzuki bike range, or indeed any of Suzuki’s bikes from the modern era (and let’s face it - if you’re gonna ride them, you have to insure them), then get a Suzuki quote by comparing insurance quotes from multiple brokers at Biker Insure today.

If you own an older, classic or vintage Suzuki (the original Katana or a GT750 Kettle perhaps?), hop on over to our classic bike insurance comparison page.

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