The new Suzuki XL-7 is more than just the largest sport-utility vehicle the company has ever made. Based on the...
In a very recent move American Suzuki has decided to skip both the Los Angeles and Detroit auto shows.
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If these cars were in gym class, they’d be picked last for kickball.
In a messy divorce more akin to celebrity travails than the day-to-day business of multinational corporations, Suzuki has dissolved its relationship with Volkswagen.
Suzuki is injecting some humor into the idea of automakers taking vehicles on the road for consumer test drives with the Kizashi Kicks Road Tour Show, which began on July 1.