One can imagine Suzuki's corporate offices are something like the end of Trading Places when brothers Randolph and Mortimer Duke are yelling "Sell!
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In the classic 1993 comedy “Groundhog Day,” Bill Murray’s character is forced to live one day—the titular Groundhog Day—over and over again.
The playground taunting between Suzuki and Volkswagen continues unabated, and there’s no schoolteacher to put them in their respective time-outs.
If these cars were in gym class, they’d be picked last for kickball.