No matter what you ride, we can help you find motorbike insurance through Carole Nash for your Suzuki.

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Suzuki Bike Insurance

Suzuki have come a long way from its origins as a company making weaving machines over 100 years ago. Branching out into motorcycles in the 1950s, Suzuki is now one of the world’s biggest automakers.

Its place in motorcycle history can’t be questioned – the Hayabusa was the world’s fastest production motorcycle for seven years, and Suzuki became the first Japanese manufacturer to win a motocross world championship in 1970.

Suzuki is also known for its forward-thinking concept bikes, as well as the incredibly versatile V-Strom series, which comes in Adventure, Street and Tourer variants. No matter what you ride, we can help you find motorcycle insurance through Carole Nash for your Suzuki.

Get yourself a quote online for your Suzuki motorbike or call us today on 0333 005 3355. It’s free and there’s no obligation, but we think the value of cover through Carole Nash speaks for itself.

Suzuki Insurance Benefits

Whatever the model, all bike insurance policies from Carole Nash come with plenty of benefits
as standard:

  • Unlimited accessory cover
  • Up to as much as 10% off for insurance-approved security
  • Carole Nash Rider Cover**could allow you to ride your mate’s bike

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Multibike Insurance

Multibike insurance allows you to insure more than one bike under one policy. You have one premium, one renewal and one set of paperwork. You can only ride one bike at a time and that’s where a multibike policy through Carole Nash could help.

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Car Insurance for bikers

We’ll beat your quote or give you £10, because we believe bikers make safer drivers. Drivers must be 30-69 years old with a full UK license for 12+ months. For further information, please visit our full T&Cs on beating your renewal.

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Six Wheel® Insurance

Our Six Wheel® Insurance covers both your bike(s) and a car, which means you could be saved the hassle of needing to take out separate policies.

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