Suzuki has unveiled its Suzuki S-Cross production version for the Geneva motor show.
The unnamed model, which Suzuki currently refers to as ‘all-new C-segment crossover’, looks to have stayed true to the S-Cross concept revealed at last year’s Paris motor show, judging by the initial darkened images that have been released.
It’s an addition to Suzuki’s range rather than a replacement for the Grand Vitara. Read the rest of this entry
American Suzuki Motor Corp. says demand for autos rises after bankruptcy. The U.S. distributor of Suzuki cars and motorcycles will import about 2,500 more autos to meet demand that jumped after the company filed for bankruptcy with plans to end U.S. sales.
M. Freddie Reiss, the company’s chief restructuring officer, said in an interview on Thursday: “When we told dealers, ‘We have one last chance,’ the dealers said, ‘Go get them. No more cars are being manufactured” for the U.S. market.
The company said this month that American Suzuki’s November auto sales rose 22 percent to 2,224 units. Dealers reported that sales also climbed in December, mainly because of generous incentives and a seven-year warranty program. Even with the spurt in sales, the company still can’t justify staying in the U.S. auto market, the chief restructuring officer Reiss said. Read the rest of this entry
After nearly 30 years of auto sales and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, American Suzuki Motor Corp. exits U.S. auto market. The company said in a statement on Monday that it will maintain its motorcycle and marine engine business units and will continue to honor auto customers’ warranties. The company also said Japanese parent Suzuki Motor Corp. is not seeking protection from creditors. Read the rest of this entry