In 1952 Suzuki made the decision to diversify and like other companies including BMW and Honda, company quickly advanced to building motorcycles. Then soon followed it with the first mass production Suzuki car. The Suzu lite which contributed to the motorisation of Japan in the fifties.
Starting with the Mount Fuji Hill Climb in 1953 and since Suzuki introduced the GSXR line in 1985 they have become the best-selling sport bikes in America.
Suzuki holds the world’s record in the Pikes peak Hill Climb and has won at the last five years in a row and a Kizashi just recently set a world land speed record on the Bonneville Salt Flats and that heritage goes into every vehicle we make. Whether it’s to help you get your kids safely to school or to compete at 210 miles an hour on the MotoGP Grand Prix circuit.
In a country where quality is king Suzuki has been the best-selling car in Japan six out of seven years, outstanding quality and long-lasting dependability of one of the most trusted brands in the world. Company employs more than 45,000 people worldwide. Distributes vehicles in over 120 countries has worldwide automotive sales totaling nearly 3 million vehicles each year. Building long-lasting quality vehicles that people enjoy is something Suzuki has prided itself on since day one.