Suzuki Motorcycle Australia has slashed $3000 off the price of its revived Katana and introduced two value accessory packs to help the model which has failed to make a showroom impact.
While it’s a great bike to ride, the styling has divided opinions and the bike has failed to live up to its exhilarating forebears.
It arrived this time last year at $18,990 (ride away with 12 months’ rego), but now costs just $15,990.
To further boost interest, Suzuki has added two value cosmetic accessory packs.
The $1499 Shogun Pack brings the ride away price up to $17,749. It consists of: Two-tone seat, smoked visor, front and rear axle sliders, body decals and carbon fibre front fender, clutch cover, starter cover and alternator cover.
The $595 Samurai Pack lifts the price to $16,845 and includes: Two-tone seat, smoked visor, carbon-design tank pad and side protection decals, plus body and rim decals.
You can “build your own” Katana on the official website and clicking on the ‘Build Your Bike’ feature.