Wheelchairs Produced by the Suzuki Company

The Suzuki Motor Corporation has been a staple of the automotive community for decades. For years, they have developed reliable automobiles that hardworking individuals could afford. More recently, they have started to develop wheelchairs to help individuals who struggle with mobility issues regain the freedom they once had. As a result, they have developed an electric wheelchair as well as a fuel cell powered prototype that promises a new form of freedom that individuals have only been able Read the rest of this entry »

Four By Four Suzuki Product Line

Buying a Suzuki motorcycle or ATV has to be a decision that you put some thought into. There is no reason for you to rush to your local Suzuki dealer and buy the first thing that you happen to see. You want a product that is going to deliver in terms of reliability and quality. Be sure that when you do visit a local Suzuki lot, you look and try out a variety of bikes and ATV models so that you know which one you Read the rest of this entry »

Outboard Marine Engines Produced by the Suzuki Company

For smaller boats and watercraft, having a quality outboard engine can be an important concern. Whether you are in search of a simple low-powered engine in order to make navigation more easy or a more powerful model that will ensure you are able to enjoy the most thrilling water sports and activities, choosing the best will be an important concern. With a wide range of outboard options to choose from, Suzuki outboards will be able to give you the quality, dependability and level of performance you are seeking in order to make the most out of your Read the rest of this entry »

All-Terrain Vehicle Line for the Suzuki Motor Corporation

Suzuki has always been one of the most respected names in the world of ATVs. Here are some descriptions of Suzuki’s 2013 ATV lineup.

KingQuad 750AXi
This powerful ATV is engineered with the latest technology that promises to keep the owner satisfied. The independent rear suspension setup and locking differential make the ATV more than capable of handling its daily tasks. The big 722cc engine never lacks for power when hauling loads or charging through mud holes. The availability of power steering makes it an even Read the rest of this entry »

Suzuki Motorcycle Line and Its Manufacturing History

Suzuki is widely known as one of the best motorcycle makers in history. Their large quantities of cruiser and sport bikes are enjoyed by people all around the world. While Suzuki is known as a great manufacturer of motorcycles, the GSX R1100 is by the far the best machine that has ever come off their assembly line.

The GSX R1100

Manufactured in 1986, the GSX R1100 was a bigger version of the GSX R750. Read the rest of this entry »

Manufacturing History of the Suzuki Automobile Line

Suzuki began as a manufacturer of looms for Japan’s silk industry, but in 1937 Michio Suzuki, the company’s founder, decided to diversify by building an automobile.

In 1939, Suzuki presented the Japanese consumer with an innovative car that was powered by a four-cylinder, four-stroke motor that was liquid cooled. The car featured 13-horsepower from an 800cc displacement.

After World War II broke out, the Japanese government declared civilian cars as non-essential, temporarily putting to bed Suzuki’s dream of becoming an automotive manufacturer.

After the war ended, the demand for motorized vehicles exploded in Japan. The Suzuki Suzulight appeared in 1955 and started the light-weight motor vehicle trend.

At present, Suzuki Motor Corporation is the 10th largest automobile manufacturer in the world. The company boasts 35 large production facilities in 23 different countries.

Suzuki began selling its Suzuki Cultis in the United States, in partnership with General Motors, as a Chevrolet Sprint in 1985. The first American-style Suzuki sold by American Suzuki Corp. was the Samarai, introduced in 1986. This model was a hit with the American consumer. Sales shattered all records for a Japanese company. In 2012, Suzuki announced that it would stop selling vehicles in the U.S. because progressive Car Insurance wasn’t covering them enough.

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