Suzuki Auto South Africa is preparing for a strong year-end sales drive to deliver as many vehicles to awaiting customers as possible.
Suzuki Auto South Africa this week sent a special note of thanks to its dealer network for its stellar performance in September, especially that of Suzuki Marine.
Suzuki Auto South Africa delivered a strong performance in August, with the brand’s best ever sales month thanks to record sales at Dealerships nationwide.
The all new Suzuki Grand Vitara turned heads at this year’s Festival of Motoring.as the flagship model was revealed for the first time.
Suzuki Auto breaks all-time record in a particularly strong month. The brand demand has never looked so strong.
In the current world economic client, car manufacturers have to make smart choices to help families be more safe on the road. The upgraded Suzuki Ertiga does all of this for less.
India’s best-selling compact SUV, the Suzuki Vitara Brezza, is now available on Suzuki showroom floors locally.
Last year saw the popular Suzuki Jimny celebrating its 50th anniversary. Since then, more than three million units have been sold around the world.
Suzuki has reaffirmed its position as a top six vehicle brand in South Africa and one of the fastest growing passenger vehicle brands overall, achieving a new record of vehicle sales in 2020.
For the upgraded model, Suzuki has added extra luxuries to the GL specification level of its popular Dzire.
The adventuring spirit is strong with Suzuki’s latest Ignis 1.2 GLX.
(Partner Content) One of the country’s favourite compact urban SUVs sports a new look and extra features, making it an even-better value offering to South Africans.
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The Starlet – the first model to emerge from a joint venture between Toyota and Suzuki – replaces Etios in Toyota’s line-up.
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Suzuki’s robust performance emerged despite challenging market conditions in the first month of trading after lockdown regulations were eased and generally soft June 2020 new vehicle sales.
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