Articles about Suzuki Motor Corporation

To promote collaboration in new fields such as autonomous driving
Maxi scoot, maxi fun
Rider camps tend to split the riding public into two types of riders: Those who ride motorcycles and those who prefer scooters.This delineation exists because motorcycles generally require more involvement than scooters, what with a clutch and gears to have to
Resurrecting an icon
In 2009, Suzuki abandoned its extremely popular naked street bike, the SV650, in favor of the (then) all-new Suzuki Gladius. The Gladius was among the first big bikes that were officially available on our shores, but with its polarizing looks and
A potential game-changer
Partnerships between carmakers usually have mixed results, depending on the scope of their vision and how they stand to benefit from one another. According to a report by Forbes, there is another partnership in the works that could potentially shake up the
Is it better-looking to you?
Suzuki has launched the all-new Alto, the eighth-generation model of the city car that the Japanese carmaker first introduced in 1979.Developed using an all-new platform, the new Alto is reportedly 60kg lighter than its predecessor. Equipped with a
On 12 hectares of land
Suzuki Philippines has just inaugurated its new manufacturing plant at the Carmelray Industrial Park in Canlubang, Laguna, permanently moving the manufacturing and assembly of its motorcycles from its old plant in Pasig City.Situated on a 12-hectare lot, the Laguna plant
In case another calamity strikes
Suzuki Motor Corporation is reportedly planning to move its facilities from its present location in Hamamatsu to a higher ground following the destruction the March 11 earthquake and tsunami wrought in Japan.According to AutoNews.com, Suzuki is planning to invest as
Could this be true?
During the launch of the all-new Suzuki Swift on July 2, company president Satoshi Uchida mentioned that 2011 is a big year for Suzuki Philippines as it will also bring in the all-new Alto and the A-Star.The problem
Expect to see more Suzuki motorcycles on the road next year
For 2010, Suzuki Philippines sold 180,000 motorcycles, proof that not only is it the best-selling motorcycle brand in the country, but that the local motorcycle industry is also booming. But with the Japanese motorbike maker's Pasig plant already reaching
Are local units affected?
Suzuki has recalled 2009 to 2010 four-cylinder Grand Vitaras and in 2010 to 2011 SX4s in the United States due to a defective tension adjuster pulley.In Suzuki's report to the United States' National Highway Traffic Safety Adminsitration, the tension
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