- How do I contact Suzuki motorcycles?
- Is Suzuki Japan made?
- Is Suzuki owned by Toyota?
- Where is the Suzuki motorcycle factory in Japan?
- Are Suzuki reliable?
- Where is the Suzuki factory in Japan?
- Is Suzuki a small company?
- Who makes engines for Suzuki?
- Is Suzuki still in business?
- Do Suzuki use Toyota engines?
- Why have Suzuki stopped making the Jimny?
How do I contact Suzuki motorcycles?
IF YOU HAVE A CUSTOMER SERVICE INQUIRY:
2) Should you have a situation that you believe requires immediate assistance from Suzuki Motor USA, LLC you may call Customer Service at 714-572-1490. Customer service representatives are available from 7:30AM to 4:30PM PST.
Is Suzuki Japan made?
Suzuki Motor Corporation is a multinational automobile manufacturing company with its headquarters in Hamamatsu, Japan. ... Different Suzuki models are made at different factories, so not every model of Suzuki is manufactured in every country with a Suzuki manufacturing plant.
Is Suzuki owned by Toyota?
Toyota Motor Corp.
owns Lexus and Toyota. And it has a stake in Subaru and Suzuki.
Where is the Suzuki motorcycle factory in Japan?
Over 40 acres in size, the new factory is massive, and it sits in the Miyakoda district of Hamamatsu.
Are Suzuki reliable?
Suzuki is a car brand that's consistently ranked as one of the most reliable. You should have no qualms about buying a modern Suzuki. All new Suzuki come with a three-year or 60,000-mile warranty, whichever comes first. You can also extend your warranty up to 100,000-miles.
Where is the Suzuki factory in Japan?
Head Offices & Plants :Iwata Plant | Global Suzuki. 2500, Iwai, Iwata-shi, Shizuoka.
Is Suzuki a small company?
History of Suzuki Motor Corporation. Suzuki Motor Corporation is Japan's fifth largest automaker, marketing its vehicles in 170 countries around the world. It is best known in the United States and Europe as a manufacturer of small, fuel-efficient automobiles and trucks, as well as powerful motorcycles.
Who makes engines for Suzuki?
The Japanese automaker has been buying 2.0-litre diesel engines from Fiat Powertrain Technologies since 2006 for the SX4 made in Hungary. Suzuki also produces 1.3-litre diesel engines under licence from Fiat Powertrain Technologies in India.
Is Suzuki still in business?
Suzuki's announcement this week that it will no longer be selling cars in the U.S. makes it the 10th major brand to disappear since the start of the century. Of those, one was a Ford brand, one was a division of Chrysler, and the remaining eight all were either subsidiaries of or close partners with General Motors.
Do Suzuki use Toyota engines?
LONDON -- Toyota will supply Suzuki in Europe with a station wagon that will be built at Toyota's UK factory and an SUV imported from Japan. ... Toyota's engine factory in Deeside, Wales, will produce engines for the wagon.
Why have Suzuki stopped making the Jimny?
Non-electrified variants of all Suzuki models have been phased out and the Jimny is no longer available to order from new. This is mostly due to the adverse effect it has on the brand's fleet average CO2 emissions.