Used Suzuki Cars

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Suzuki’s well-known motorcycles get a majority of the Suzuki press coverage, it’s not so well known that Suzuki is Japan’s second-largest automaker, building and selling more cars than Mazda, Subaru, Isuzu and Porsche combined and regularly comes in on Japan’s best-seller lists. The company boasts of 54 years of continuous profitability, a record of accomplishment many automakers can only dream of. The line-up of used Suzuki vehicles includes the Aerio, Equator, Grand Vitara, SX4, and the Kizashi.

Suzuki's History

Suzuki was founded as a company dedicated to making products better and more user-friendly. For the first several decades, the company concentrated on textile looms. The fortunes of war would change all that. After World War II Suzuki would diversify into a variety of engineered products, the most significant of which was motorcycles. By the mid-1950s Suzuki was producing thousands of motorcycles per month, and the name of the company was changed to Suzuki Motor Co., Ltd.

Suzuki would go on to be a world leader in motor vehicle production and in 1985 introduced the U.S. to the Suzuki Samurai, a small sport utility vehicle with a then-quirky design and a reputation for being tough and reliable. Suzuki now has several models on the U.S. market, including two sport utility vehicles. 2012 proved to be the last year that Suzuki would sell cars in the U.S. but there are still many used examples out there.