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Suzuki is better known for its motorcycles than for its cars, but it was actually founded as a silk loom manufacturer when the company was formed in Hamamatsu, Japan, in 1909. Michio Suzuki, a carpenter, entered the silk trade by creating looms that were more sophisticated but easier to use than those of his rivals. By 1922, the Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Company was exporting its products to Southeast Asia and India. Ruggedly built, the looms did not require constant replacement or repair, which prompted Suzuki to look for new avenues to explore. Cheap yet reliable transportation was at a premium, and so the company set out to address that need. However, World War II interrupted those plants.

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    Suzuki was established in 1909 by Michio Suzuki as Suzuki Loom Works, producing looms and weaving machines for the Japanese silk industry. While Suzuki had a highly successful business, he knew that the company would have to diversify if it was to continue. He decided that he would enter the automobile market, and in 1937, began the development of his first prototype vehicles.

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    World War II put a halt to all major civilian car production as the Japanese government deemed them to be non-essential commodities. This stopped Suzuki’s plans until after the war and the company went back to producing looms full time. When the cotton market collapsed in 1951, Suzuki turned his thoughts back to motor vehicles, both motorcycles and lightweight cars. In 1954, the company changed its name to the Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. in line with its change in industry focus.

    For several years, Suzuki successfully produced motorcycles before launching its first car, the Suzuki Suzulight. This car was sold only in Japan and was produced from 1955 until 1969. In 1963, Suzuki opened a sales subsidiary in Los Angeles under the company name, U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. As this was a direct sales subsidiary of the parent company, any Suzuki vehicles sold in America were imported and not built in the U.S.

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    In 1985, the Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation was established. With the formation of this company, Suzuki launched the Samurai, the first vehicle officially marketed by Suzuki in the U.S. While this was a new car in the U.S. market, Suzuki was producing them since 1968. The Samurai, or the SJ413 as it was known in other markets, was classed as a mini SUV. It had seating for two and came in a convertible or hardtop version. This vehicle was extremely popular due to its excellent off-road performance and reliability. The Samurai was withdrawn from American and Canadian markets in 1995 and replaced by the Suzuki Sidekick.

    In 1986, the American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) was created through the merger of Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation and the U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. Prior to the official launch of the Samurai, Suzuki had been selling a version of its Cultus model as the Chevrolet Sprint through an agreement with General Motors in 1985. It was a three-door hatchback and was the smallest model available from Chevrolet. The ASMC released the second generation of the Cultus as the Suzuki Swift in 1989.

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    The Swift was launched in 1990 as a three- or five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan version. The Cultus was replaced by the first generation of Suzuki Swifts in 2000. Both three- and five-door hatchback versions were available with automatic or manual transmission. The Swift was launched at the same time as the Suzuki Sidekick, which had a two-door convertible or hardtop off-road vehicle. In 1991, a four-door version was also released. The Sidekick underwent a facelift in 1996 and a Sport version was launched at this time. The Sidekick Sport was short lived and replaced by the Grand Vitara in 1999, which is currently in its third generation.

    The Suzuki Esteem was launched by the ASMC in 1995 to replace the Swift four-door sedan. In 1996, a station wagon version of the Esteem was introduced to the market. These were short-lived vehicles as they were replaced in 2002 by the Aerio that had a four-door sedan and a five-door crossover SUV variation with all-wheel drive. In 2001, the Swift was dropped from the North American market. The launch of the SX4 ended production of the Aerio.

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    The current models available from Suzuki include the Kizashi, SX4, Grand Vitara and Equator. The Kizashi is a midsize four-door sedan that has been available since 2010. In Japanese, Kizashi means warning or omen, so it is thought that this name was used as a means of suggesting that great things are coming from Suzuki. It is currently the company’s flagship sedan.

    The Suzuki SX4 is available in three different versions: the sedan, sportback and all-wheel drive crossover. Originally developed as a compact car, the SX4 was first released as a five-door hatchback. The SX4 sedan has a more aerodynamic shape, compared to the sportback and crossover version. The other two versions are five-door hatchbacks. The sportback version went through cosmetic changes, as well as being lower on its suspension than the all-wheel drive version.

    The Equator is a midsized pickup truck that is sold by Suzuki, but assembled by Nissan. It is available as a two-door or four-door crew cab version and has been on the market since 2009.

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    Minivans are not often thought of as being particularly cool. The result has been a decline in sales as the many image-conscious parents out there flock to crossovers instead. As a result, minivan concept vehicles are often completely bonkers, as carmakers clearly hope that going so far in the other direction will inspire buyers to reconsider the segment. It never really seems to work but it s hugely entertaining to watch, and the new Air Triser concept from Suzuki exemplifies everything that makes wacky minivan concepts so great.

    The concept is being unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, as a part of the “Suzuki Next 100” theme for the carmaker s booth. Since Suzuki s 100th anniversary is coming up in 2020, it is using this opportunity to show off a bit of what is said to make up the lineup for the outset of the next 100 years. The concepts are therefore wild and futuristic, although they are simultaneously retro in their design. This is seen especially in the front fascia of the Air Triser. But unlike the Mighty Deck concept, which is clearly just an updated version of the Mighty Boy kei car, the Air Triser isn t made to look like anything specific from Suzuki s past.

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    Born in Japan, Suzuki is an automaker that has made a name for itself by crafting vehicles that emphasize value and affordability. Through the years, the brand’s lineup has included sedans, wagons and SUVs. However, in late 2012 the company decided to stop selling new vehicles in the United States.

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    Born in Japan, Suzuki is an automaker that has made a name for itself by crafting vehicles that emphasize value and affordability. Through the years, the brand’s lineup has included sedans, wagons and SUVs. However, in late 2012 the company decided to stop selling new vehicles in the United States.

    The company was founded by Michio Suzuki in 1909 as Suzuki Loom Works. By the 1950s, its focus had expanded beyond just loom machines to include both motorcycles and automobiles. In 1955, it rolled out the Suzulight, a compact car that proved to be a harbinger of a new era of Japanese lightweight vehicles. The automaker expanded its lineup to include a truck in 1961. Like its sibling, the tiny Suzulight Carry pickup distinguished itself with its featherweight specification. By the end of the decade, the Suzuki lineup had grown to include the Fronte passenger car, the subcompact Fronte 800 and the Carry Van full-cab van.

    In 1970, Suzuki rolled out the Jimny, a four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicle that resembled a playful version of the Jeep CJ-5. The automaker’s roster continued to grow throughout this decade, with the addition of the Alto and the subcompact LJ80.

    The 1980s saw Suzuki partnering with General Motors when GM acquired a 5 percent stake in the company. GM made this move partially in response to the growing popularity of subcompacts in the U.S. market. After the purchase, Suzuki products were rebadged and sold as GM vehicles on American shores.

    In 1985, the carmaker launched an American outpost, and for the first time, Suzuki-branded vehicles became available in the U.S. The company’s first model was the Samurai; available as either a convertible or a hardtop, this compact SUV met with immediate success. However, the Samurai’s glory days were short-lived.

    In 1988, Consumer Reports published an article in which it deemed the Samurai unsafe, saying it was more likely than most to roll over during certain maneuvers. Suzuki took the magazine to court (and eventually won) but the bad publicity from the article cast a pall on the Samurai that never quite lifted. Suzuki soldiered on, though. By the end of the decade its total aggregate car production had topped 10 million units, and its line had grown to include the compact Swift and the Sidekick, a compact SUV.

    During the ’90s, Suzuki expanded its reach to include territories like Egypt, Vietnam and Hungary, and launched new models like the Cappuccino convertible and the lightweight Wagon R. On U.S. soil, Suzuki rolled out the Esteem, dropped the beleaguered Samurai, introduced the two-seat, T-topped X-90 and replaced the Sidekick with the Vitara and Grand Vitara.

    Suzuki and General Motors purchased ailing Daewoo in 2004, and two of that manufacturer’s vehicles were rebadged and given new life as Suzukis. The Suzuki Forenza and Suzuki Verona both had former lives as Daewoo cars.

    Through the first decade of the 2000s, Suzuki continued to evolve and improve its models, culminating in the Kizashi, a midsize sedan that was good enough to challenge segment front runners. But with overall sales and consumer interest stuck on a downward trend, Suzuki finally announced bankruptcy and termination of its U.S. vehicle operations in late 2012. The company plans to honor existing warranties, and some Suzuki dealers will continue to provide parts and service.

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    Suzuki and its Latest Green Technologies in Motor Shows

    The introduction of the latest high-end green technologies is the latest fad among international motor shows recently. The car industry answers to the call for global awareness to fight global warming and climate change. Many auto makers including Suzuki are more focused now in developing eco-friendly engines and vehicles. Some of these technologies were presented this year in Geneva and UK.

    Suzuki Crosscage: The Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycle

    The tie up between Suzuki Motor Company and UK’s Intelligent Energy paved the way to the development of this sleek, flashy, and most of all, environmental friendly motorcycle-the Suzuki Crosscage. This motorcycle is equipped with air-cooled fuel cell and a lithium ion battery. It runs swiftly and smoothly without consuming too much energy and without releasing a lot of exhaust fumes that are harmful to human health and the environment. This prototype was first showcased in the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

    The Suzuki G70 Concept Car

    The newly incorporated designs in the G70 prototype are engineered to create a car that is compact and light-weight. Compact vehicles can run faster and since their weight is lighter, they do not use up too much fuel. Suzuki aims to produce more cars of this type and the G70 concept car is just the beginning.

    The Suzuki Swift Range Extender

    Just like the G70 prototype, the Swift Range Extender’s design is sleek and small. This car uses an engine0drive generator that enhances the range and speed of the car when it is using the standard, fully charged battery. Another feature that differentiates the Swift Range Extender from the other electrical cars is its fast-charging-lithium-ion batteries. These special types of batteries are way lighter and cheaper than the others. This car and the G70 were both presented by Suzuki in the Geneva Motor Show this year.

    The 2012 Suzuki Kizashi Ecocharge

    The Kizashi Ecocharge is an output hybrid type of car. This is run by a 2.o-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor. Suzuki’s goal for making this car is to improve the fuel consumption of future vehicles. Other fuel-saving techniques that Kizashi use are regenerative braking, fuel cut-off when the car is slowing down, and automatic shut-off of the engine when the car stops. The wheels mounted to it are made of very light aluminum, thus decreasing the overall weight of the vehicle.

    All the latest car and motorcycle models from Suzuki are geared to become compact for that is the best way to make them run faster without using too much gas. Vehicles like these can be the answer to the continuous oil price hike and limited oil reserves.

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    Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki Loom Company in Japan in 1909. For the first 30 years of business the company only produced looms, but in 1937 the need to diversify made Suzuki produce its first prototype vehicles. World War II halted the production of civilian vehicles and after the war; Suzuki began producing only looms again. When the cotton market crashed in 1951, Suzuki’s attention returned vehicles. In 1952 Suzuki created a revolutionary ‘double sprocket system’ for motorcycles, gaining a government financial subsidy and bringing Suzuki Motor Corporation to life. In 1955 the Suzulight vehicle featured four wheel drive, four wheel independent suspension, and rack-and-pinion steering. These features wouldn’t become common in vehicles for several decades. In 1985 Suzuki introduced its compact SUV the Samurai, a small off-road machine; became an immediate favorite with consumers. Popular vehicles include the Suzuki XL-7 mid size SUV, Suzuki Vitara mini SUV, Suzuki swift subcompact, and the Suzuki Grand Vitara compact SUV.

    1A Auto parts 95% BizRate customer satisfaction score for Suzuki aftermarket parts beat our competitors in Part Availability, On-time Delivery, Tracking, Part Quality Customer Support. Our customer service representatives have over 150 years combined automotive expertise and are the most knowledgeable in the industry. They also receive over 100 hours per year of factory training to answer your aftermarket Suzuki parts questions correctly. At 1A Auto Parts provides top quality aftermarket parts. Each in-stock Suzuki aftermarket part is backed by the industry’s only No Hassle return policy. Our warehouse ships parts fast, 98% of orders for an in-stock aftermarket Suzuki part ship within one business day. We know you’ll be satisfied with the 1A Advantage. buy your new aftermarket Suzuki parts from 1A Auto Parts now.

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    Born in Japan, Suzuki is an automaker that has made a name for itself by crafting vehicles that emphasize value and affordability. Through the years, the brand’s lineup has included sedans, wagons and SUVs. However, in late 2012 the company decided to stop selling new vehicles in the United States.

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    Born in Japan, Suzuki is an automaker that has made a name for itself by crafting vehicles that emphasize value and affordability. Through the years, the brand’s lineup has included sedans, wagons and SUVs. However, in late 2012 the company decided to stop selling new vehicles in the United States.

    The company was founded by Michio Suzuki in 1909 as Suzuki Loom Works. By the 1950s, its focus had expanded beyond just loom machines to include both motorcycles and automobiles. In 1955, it rolled out the Suzulight, a compact car that proved to be a harbinger of a new era of Japanese lightweight vehicles. The automaker expanded its lineup to include a truck in 1961. Like its sibling, the tiny Suzulight Carry pickup distinguished itself with its featherweight specification. By the end of the decade, the Suzuki lineup had grown to include the Fronte passenger car, the subcompact Fronte 800 and the Carry Van full-cab van.

    In 1970, Suzuki rolled out the Jimny, a four-wheel-drive sport-utility vehicle that resembled a playful version of the Jeep CJ-5. The automaker’s roster continued to grow throughout this decade, with the addition of the Alto and the subcompact LJ80.

    The 1980s saw Suzuki partnering with General Motors when GM acquired a 5 percent stake in the company. GM made this move partially in response to the growing popularity of subcompacts in the U.S. market. After the purchase, Suzuki products were rebadged and sold as GM vehicles on American shores.

    In 1985, the carmaker launched an American outpost, and for the first time, Suzuki-branded vehicles became available in the U.S. The company’s first model was the Samurai; available as either a convertible or a hardtop, this compact SUV met with immediate success. However, the Samurai’s glory days were short-lived.

    In 1988, Consumer Reports published an article in which it deemed the Samurai unsafe, saying it was more likely than most to roll over during certain maneuvers. Suzuki took the magazine to court (and eventually won) but the bad publicity from the article cast a pall on the Samurai that never quite lifted. Suzuki soldiered on, though. By the end of the decade its total aggregate car production had topped 10 million units, and its line had grown to include the compact Swift and the Sidekick, a compact SUV.

    During the ’90s, Suzuki expanded its reach to include territories like Egypt, Vietnam and Hungary, and launched new models like the Cappuccino convertible and the lightweight Wagon R. On U.S. soil, Suzuki rolled out the Esteem, dropped the beleaguered Samurai, introduced the two-seat, T-topped X-90 and replaced the Sidekick with the Vitara and Grand Vitara.

    Suzuki and General Motors purchased ailing Daewoo in 2004, and two of that manufacturer’s vehicles were rebadged and given new life as Suzukis. The Suzuki Forenza and Suzuki Verona both had former lives as Daewoo cars.

    Through the first decade of the 2000s, Suzuki continued to evolve and improve its models, culminating in the Kizashi, a midsize sedan that was good enough to challenge segment front runners. But with overall sales and consumer interest stuck on a downward trend, Suzuki finally announced bankruptcy and termination of its U.S. vehicle operations in late 2012. The company plans to honor existing warranties, and some Suzuki dealers will continue to provide parts and service.

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    Suzuki was established in 1909 by Michio Suzuki as Suzuki Loom Works, producing looms and weaving machines for the Japanese silk industry. While Suzuki had a highly successful business, he knew that the company would have to diversify if it was to continue. He decided that he would enter the automobile market, and in 1937, began the development of his first prototype vehicles.

    Suzuki After World War II

    World War II put a halt to all major civilian car production as the Japanese government deemed them to be non-essential commodities. This stopped Suzuki’s plans until after the war and the company went back to producing looms full time. When the cotton market collapsed in 1951, Suzuki turned his thoughts back to motor vehicles, both motorcycles and lightweight cars. In 1954, the company changed its name to the Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. in line with its change in industry focus.

    For several years, Suzuki successfully produced motorcycles before launching its first car, the Suzuki Suzulight. This car was sold only in Japan and was produced from 1955 until 1969. In 1963, Suzuki opened a sales subsidiary in Los Angeles under the company name, U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. As this was a direct sales subsidiary of the parent company, any Suzuki vehicles sold in America were imported and not built in the U.S.

    Suzuki in America

    In 1985, the Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation was established. With the formation of this company, Suzuki launched the Samurai, the first vehicle officially marketed by Suzuki in the U.S. While this was a new car in the U.S. market, Suzuki was producing them since 1968. The Samurai, or the SJ413 as it was known in other markets, was classed as a mini SUV. It had seating for two and came in a convertible or hardtop version. This vehicle was extremely popular due to its excellent off-road performance and reliability. The Samurai was withdrawn from American and Canadian markets in 1995 and replaced by the Suzuki Sidekick.

    In 1986, the American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) was created through the merger of Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation and the U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. Prior to the official launch of the Samurai, Suzuki had been selling a version of its Cultus model as the Chevrolet Sprint through an agreement with General Motors in 1985. It was a three-door hatchback and was the smallest model available from Chevrolet. The ASMC released the second generation of the Cultus as the Suzuki Swift in 1989.

    Suzuki Models

    The Swift was launched in 1990 as a three- or five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan version. The Cultus was replaced by the first generation of Suzuki Swifts in 2000. Both three- and five-door hatchback versions were available with automatic or manual transmission. The Swift was launched at the same time as the Suzuki Sidekick, which had a two-door convertible or hardtop off-road vehicle. In 1991, a four-door version was also released. The Sidekick underwent a facelift in 1996 and a Sport version was launched at this time. The Sidekick Sport was short lived and replaced by the Grand Vitara in 1999, which is currently in its third generation.

    The Suzuki Esteem was launched by the ASMC in 1995 to replace the Swift four-door sedan. In 1996, a station wagon version of the Esteem was introduced to the market. These were short-lived vehicles as they were replaced in 2002 by the Aerio that had a four-door sedan and a five-door crossover SUV variation with all-wheel drive. In 2001, the Swift was dropped from the North American market. The launch of the SX4 ended production of the Aerio.

    Suzuki Products and Technologies

    The current models available from Suzuki include the Kizashi, SX4, Grand Vitara and Equator. The Kizashi is a midsize four-door sedan that has been available since 2010. In Japanese, Kizashi means warning or omen, so it is thought that this name was used as a means of suggesting that great things are coming from Suzuki. It is currently the company’s flagship sedan.

    The Suzuki SX4 is available in three different versions: the sedan, sportback and all-wheel drive crossover. Originally developed as a compact car, the SX4 was first released as a five-door hatchback. The SX4 sedan has a more aerodynamic shape, compared to the sportback and crossover version. The other two versions are five-door hatchbacks. The sportback version went through cosmetic changes, as well as being lower on its suspension than the all-wheel drive version.

    The Equator is a midsized pickup truck that is sold by Suzuki, but assembled by Nissan. It is available as a two-door or four-door crew cab version and has been on the market since 2009.

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    Date Published : July 30, 2014

    Suzuki and its Latest Green Technologies in Motor Shows

    The introduction of the latest high-end green technologies is the latest fad among international motor shows recently. The car industry answers to the call for global awareness to fight global warming and climate change. Many auto makers including Suzuki are more focused now in developing eco-friendly engines and vehicles. Some of these technologies were presented this year in Geneva and UK.

    Suzuki Crosscage: The Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycle

    The tie up between Suzuki Motor Company and UK’s Intelligent Energy paved the way to the development of this sleek, flashy, and most of all, environmental friendly motorcycle-the Suzuki Crosscage. This motorcycle is equipped with air-cooled fuel cell and a lithium ion battery. It runs swiftly and smoothly without consuming too much energy and without releasing a lot of exhaust fumes that are harmful to human health and the environment. This prototype was first showcased in the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

    The Suzuki G70 Concept Car

    The newly incorporated designs in the G70 prototype are engineered to create a car that is compact and light-weight. Compact vehicles can run faster and since their weight is lighter, they do not use up too much fuel. Suzuki aims to produce more cars of this type and the G70 concept car is just the beginning.

    The Suzuki Swift Range Extender

    Just like the G70 prototype, the Swift Range Extender’s design is sleek and small. This car uses an engine0drive generator that enhances the range and speed of the car when it is using the standard, fully charged battery. Another feature that differentiates the Swift Range Extender from the other electrical cars is its fast-charging-lithium-ion batteries. These special types of batteries are way lighter and cheaper than the others. This car and the G70 were both presented by Suzuki in the Geneva Motor Show this year.

    The 2012 Suzuki Kizashi Ecocharge

    The Kizashi Ecocharge is an output hybrid type of car. This is run by a 2.o-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor. Suzuki’s goal for making this car is to improve the fuel consumption of future vehicles. Other fuel-saving techniques that Kizashi use are regenerative braking, fuel cut-off when the car is slowing down, and automatic shut-off of the engine when the car stops. The wheels mounted to it are made of very light aluminum, thus decreasing the overall weight of the vehicle.

    All the latest car and motorcycle models from Suzuki are geared to become compact for that is the best way to make them run faster without using too much gas. Vehicles like these can be the answer to the continuous oil price hike and limited oil reserves.

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    When your item ships, our system automatically emails you with tracking information. Save piles of cash by buying your Suzuki auto parts from us. Our customer service is second to none in the auto parts industry. AutohausAZ is dedicated to helping the do-it-yourselfer. As unbelievable as it sounds, we will cover the shipping costs for your Suzuki parts order if it is over $75. Our pricing on Suzuki parts is so low, many people think we must be some sort of Suzuki auto parts secret. Our Suzuki web parts store is open every second of every minute of every hour of every day.

    The Suzuki Company was founded in 1909 for manufacturing weaving looms, since the Japanese silk industry was booming at the time. They started getting involved in the manufacture of engines in the early 1950’s, when the people of Japan needed cheap, reliable transportation. From small gasoline engines designed to “clip on” to bicycles, the company moved on to motorcycles, for which they are still well-known.

    Whether your Suzuki is a motorcycle or a four-wheeled auto, chances are good that you know the value of maintaining it with quality Suzuki parts. Japanese cars are known for their quality, reliability and economy, but they are mechanical things with parts and components that wear out over the course of normal use. Sometimes, it’s possible to extend the life of many Suzuki parts by developing good driving habits. For example, by avoiding hard application of the brakes (i.e. sudden stops), anticipating stops well in advance and using the engine compression to slow the vehicle by downshifting when appropriate, you can extend the life of your brake linings substantially. Avoiding pot holes and reducing speed over rough roads can also save wear and tear on Suzuki parts that make up your vehicle’s suspension system. In addition, there are many discount Suzuki parts you may wish to carry in your road emergency kit, such as radiator hoses, belts, and a spare fuel injector or two. Plan ahead, have some quality Suzuki parts on hand for those maintenance and minor repair jobs, and you’ll avoid some of those major repairs.

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    Elevate Your Driving Experience with a New Suzuki or Used Car from Bill Luke Suzuki Serving Tempe, Phoenix, Scottsdale and Avondale

    Driving is something most of us have to do every day. For many it seems like a chore. Bill Luke Suzuki is here to tell you it doesn’t have to be. More than that, we’re here to prove it with a revered lineup of new Suzuki models and used cars – not to mention expert service, genuine parts and specialized auto repair. That’s right; everything you need to transform your daily commute into a joy ride and maintain that sense of satisfaction is right here, under one roof.

    Bill Luke Suzuki carries a full model lineup of Suzuki vehicles including the Equator, Grand Vitara, Kizashi and SX4. We invite you to shop around and compare our prices with other Suzuki dealerships in the Tempe area. Let us know what you find, and let us give you our best price on the same model. We strive to earn your business and want you to be a Bill Luke Suzuki customer for life!

    If a clean, meticulously maintained used car in the Tempe area is what you seek, buying from the extensive selection of used cars, trucks, crossovers and SUVs at Bill Luke Suzuki will make your friends think you dropped a bundle on a brand new vehicle, while you enjoy the cash you saved and cruise your neighborhood streets in style. We won’t tell! Are you searching for a specific vehicle year, color, model or style, and don’t see it here on our website? Let our excellent vehicle locator service get it for you – just fill out the Car Finder form right now and sit back while we do the work. One of our friendly sales people will contact you when we locate your desired vehicle.

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    Another thing that makes Bill Luke Suzuki unique is that here, when someone has found the new or used Suzuki that best suits their lifestyle and driving style, it doesn’t mean the fun part of buying a car is over. Our savvy team of car financing specialists have taken it upon themselves to rewrite that part of the classic car-buying story with a tenacious, take-care-of-their-own spirit (their own being you, the customer) that ensures the most agreeable car loan and Suzuki lease rates and conditions possible…Here – the fun isn’t over until you say it is.

    Aiming to make your life as easy as possible and offer everything you could need for your vehicle under one roof, Bill Luke Suzuki also offers a state-of-the-art Suzuki service center and – for the do-it-yourself types – a comprehensive parts shop .

    Perhaps most valuable, though, is our experts’ willingness to answer any questions you might have about our products and service or your next weekend project.

    To learn more about how Bill Luke Suzuki can enhance your driving experience. Please contact us via our online submission form; give us a call; or drop by 7799 South Autoplex Loop Tempe, Arizona during out regular business hours.

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    Suzuki Air Traiser

    Minivans are not often thought of as being particularly cool. The result has been a decline in sales as the many image-conscious parents out there flock to crossovers instead. As a result, minivan concept vehicles are often completely bonkers, as carmakers clearly hope that going so far in the other direction will inspire buyers to reconsider the segment. It never really seems to work but it s hugely entertaining to watch, and the new Air Triser concept from Suzuki exemplifies everything that makes wacky minivan concepts so great.

    The concept is being unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, as a part of the “Suzuki Next 100” theme for the carmaker s booth. Since Suzuki s 100th anniversary is coming up in 2020, it is using this opportunity to show off a bit of what is said to make up the lineup for the outset of the next 100 years. The concepts are therefore wild and futuristic, although they are simultaneously retro in their design. This is seen especially in the front fascia of the Air Triser. But unlike the Mighty Deck concept, which is clearly just an updated version of the Mighty Boy kei car, the Air Triser isn t made to look like anything specific from Suzuki s past.

    2015 Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept

    The Tokyo Motor Show is one of the more entertaining in the automotive world. The show concentrates primarily on the Japanese domestic market, so although the cars shown there might not be especially relevant to the rest of the world, they are a great way to see something different from the kinds of concepts that we ll be seeing, say, at the Detroit Auto Show. We also get to see some cars from manufacturers that sell cars in North America, of which Suzuki is now one. The carmaker will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, and it brought a handful of concepts to the Tokyo show what is planned for the next 100 years.

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    Date Published : July 30, 2014

    Suzuki and its Latest Green Technologies in Motor Shows

    The introduction of the latest high-end green technologies is the latest fad among international motor shows recently. The car industry answers to the call for global awareness to fight global warming and climate change. Many auto makers including Suzuki are more focused now in developing eco-friendly engines and vehicles. Some of these technologies were presented this year in Geneva and UK.

    Suzuki Crosscage: The Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycle

    The tie up between Suzuki Motor Company and UK’s Intelligent Energy paved the way to the development of this sleek, flashy, and most of all, environmental friendly motorcycle-the Suzuki Crosscage. This motorcycle is equipped with air-cooled fuel cell and a lithium ion battery. It runs swiftly and smoothly without consuming too much energy and without releasing a lot of exhaust fumes that are harmful to human health and the environment. This prototype was first showcased in the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

    The Suzuki G70 Concept Car

    The newly incorporated designs in the G70 prototype are engineered to create a car that is compact and light-weight. Compact vehicles can run faster and since their weight is lighter, they do not use up too much fuel. Suzuki aims to produce more cars of this type and the G70 concept car is just the beginning.

    The Suzuki Swift Range Extender

    Just like the G70 prototype, the Swift Range Extender’s design is sleek and small. This car uses an engine0drive generator that enhances the range and speed of the car when it is using the standard, fully charged battery. Another feature that differentiates the Swift Range Extender from the other electrical cars is its fast-charging-lithium-ion batteries. These special types of batteries are way lighter and cheaper than the others. This car and the G70 were both presented by Suzuki in the Geneva Motor Show this year.

    The 2012 Suzuki Kizashi Ecocharge

    The Kizashi Ecocharge is an output hybrid type of car. This is run by a 2.o-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor. Suzuki’s goal for making this car is to improve the fuel consumption of future vehicles. Other fuel-saving techniques that Kizashi use are regenerative braking, fuel cut-off when the car is slowing down, and automatic shut-off of the engine when the car stops. The wheels mounted to it are made of very light aluminum, thus decreasing the overall weight of the vehicle.

    All the latest car and motorcycle models from Suzuki are geared to become compact for that is the best way to make them run faster without using too much gas. Vehicles like these can be the answer to the continuous oil price hike and limited oil reserves.

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    Exciting New Technologies for Suzuki

    Suzuki has consistently been among the top ten automakers in the industry, and a huge portion of its success lies in its investment in technology over the years. Whether it’s to improve engine performance or to make driving a more comfortable experience, Suzuki is not shy in seeking out and implementing innovations on its vehicles.

    If you are planning on getting a new Suzuki car. whether it’s a chirpy Alto city cruiser or a sportier Vitara SUV. here are some new key technologies in your vehicle that should keep you excited:

    The BoosterJet Turbo Engine

    One of the newest technologies to come out of Suzuki is its BoosterJet direct injection turbocharged gasoline engine. Like other engines made by Suzuki, the four-cylinder, 16-valve DOHC BoosterJet engine is promised to deliver a maximum squeeze of power and mileage. However, unlike its counterparts, BoosterJet is optimized for lower weight and a smaller footprint. In fact, the mill is specifically engineered to be more compact than existing engines of a similar rating, allowing it to fit into a box sized 537 x 450 x 696 mm.

    But the BoosterJet isn’t just about being light and small either as the added turbocharger also provided extra power and responsiveness. The 1.4 engine model, for instance, is capable of churning out 100 PS max power without a hitch and, given Suzuki’s reputation for tuning engines, linear in terms of power delivery.

    DualJet System

    Another innovation in engine-related Suzuki parts is the DualJet engine technology. Introduced in the Celerio and Swift hatchback, the DualJet twin fuel injector technology offers increased torque and less exhaust emissions without sacrificing performance. It does this by placing twin injectors near the combustion chamber, improving fuel atomization, faster vaporization, and a more efficient filling of the chamber. In addition, DualJet engines also feature a higher compression ratio that speeds up the flam that passes through the fuel, making the burn cleaner in the process.

    The ALLGRIP system

    Already a leader in the field of 4WD vehicles, Suzuki tries to up the ante by introducing the ALLGRIP system in its current 4WD models, the SX4 X-Cross and the Vitara. Supported by specially engineered Suzuki components, the ALLGRIP system enables drivers to customize their driving experience according to their preferred driving style or terrain. Through a dial located in the dashboard, the vehicle can switch to 4 modes: the Auto, Sport, Snow, and Lock mode. In Auto mode, the steering and suspension is electronically set to 2WD as default for fuel efficiency but will automatically switch to 4WD according to the demands on the road. Sport mode keeps the vehicle in 4WD at all times for optimum control and cornering and switches to a more aggressive throttle response, while Snow mode is designed to stabilize the vehicle by predicting and adapting to slippage caused by snow and mud-covered roads. And should the vehicle itself get stuck in slush or mud, the Lock mode enables the vehicle to generate maximum torque and extricate itself from a sticky situation.

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    Suzuki Air Traiser

    Minivans are not often thought of as being particularly cool. The result has been a decline in sales as the many image-conscious parents out there flock to crossovers instead. As a result, minivan concept vehicles are often completely bonkers, as carmakers clearly hope that going so far in the other direction will inspire buyers to reconsider the segment. It never really seems to work but it s hugely entertaining to watch, and the new Air Triser concept from Suzuki exemplifies everything that makes wacky minivan concepts so great.

    The concept is being unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, as a part of the “Suzuki Next 100” theme for the carmaker s booth. Since Suzuki s 100th anniversary is coming up in 2020, it is using this opportunity to show off a bit of what is said to make up the lineup for the outset of the next 100 years. The concepts are therefore wild and futuristic, although they are simultaneously retro in their design. This is seen especially in the front fascia of the Air Triser. But unlike the Mighty Deck concept, which is clearly just an updated version of the Mighty Boy kei car, the Air Triser isn t made to look like anything specific from Suzuki s past.

    2015 Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept

    The Tokyo Motor Show is one of the more entertaining in the automotive world. The show concentrates primarily on the Japanese domestic market, so although the cars shown there might not be especially relevant to the rest of the world, they are a great way to see something different from the kinds of concepts that we ll be seeing, say, at the Detroit Auto Show. We also get to see some cars from manufacturers that sell cars in North America, of which Suzuki is now one. The carmaker will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, and it brought a handful of concepts to the Tokyo show what is planned for the next 100 years.

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    Michio Suzuki founded Suzuki Loom Company in Japan in 1909. For the first 30 years of business the company only produced looms, but in 1937 the need to diversify made Suzuki produce its first prototype vehicles. World War II halted the production of civilian vehicles and after the war; Suzuki began producing only looms again. When the cotton market crashed in 1951, Suzuki’s attention returned vehicles. In 1952 Suzuki created a revolutionary ‘double sprocket system’ for motorcycles, gaining a government financial subsidy and bringing Suzuki Motor Corporation to life. In 1955 the Suzulight vehicle featured four wheel drive, four wheel independent suspension, and rack-and-pinion steering. These features wouldn’t become common in vehicles for several decades. In 1985 Suzuki introduced its compact SUV the Samurai, a small off-road machine; became an immediate favorite with consumers. Popular vehicles include the Suzuki XL-7 mid size SUV, Suzuki Vitara mini SUV, Suzuki swift subcompact, and the Suzuki Grand Vitara compact SUV.

    1A Auto parts 95% BizRate customer satisfaction score for Suzuki aftermarket parts beat our competitors in Part Availability, On-time Delivery, Tracking, Part Quality Customer Support. Our customer service representatives have over 150 years combined automotive expertise and are the most knowledgeable in the industry. They also receive over 100 hours per year of factory training to answer your aftermarket Suzuki parts questions correctly. At 1A Auto Parts provides top quality aftermarket parts. Each in-stock Suzuki aftermarket part is backed by the industry’s only No Hassle return policy. Our warehouse ships parts fast, 98% of orders for an in-stock aftermarket Suzuki part ship within one business day. We know you’ll be satisfied with the 1A Advantage. buy your new aftermarket Suzuki parts from 1A Auto Parts now.

    1A Auto Parts new aftermarket Suzuki parts save you on average 30-50% more than comparable new OEM Suzuki parts. Our servers are continually tested for the Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance by HackerSafe . a leading third party internet security authority. 1A Auto Parts supplies new aftermarket Suzuki weather stripping, Suzuki mirrors, Suzuki headlights, Suzuki taillights, Suzuki radiators, Suzuki exhaust manifolds, and more. Buy the best aftermarket Suzuki parts and get the best customer service from 1A Auto Parts today.

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    Date Published : July 30, 2014

    Suzuki and its Latest Green Technologies in Motor Shows

    The introduction of the latest high-end green technologies is the latest fad among international motor shows recently. The car industry answers to the call for global awareness to fight global warming and climate change. Many auto makers including Suzuki are more focused now in developing eco-friendly engines and vehicles. Some of these technologies were presented this year in Geneva and UK.

    Suzuki Crosscage: The Hydrogen-Powered Motorcycle

    The tie up between Suzuki Motor Company and UK’s Intelligent Energy paved the way to the development of this sleek, flashy, and most of all, environmental friendly motorcycle-the Suzuki Crosscage. This motorcycle is equipped with air-cooled fuel cell and a lithium ion battery. It runs swiftly and smoothly without consuming too much energy and without releasing a lot of exhaust fumes that are harmful to human health and the environment. This prototype was first showcased in the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

    The Suzuki G70 Concept Car

    The newly incorporated designs in the G70 prototype are engineered to create a car that is compact and light-weight. Compact vehicles can run faster and since their weight is lighter, they do not use up too much fuel. Suzuki aims to produce more cars of this type and the G70 concept car is just the beginning.

    The Suzuki Swift Range Extender

    Just like the G70 prototype, the Swift Range Extender’s design is sleek and small. This car uses an engine0drive generator that enhances the range and speed of the car when it is using the standard, fully charged battery. Another feature that differentiates the Swift Range Extender from the other electrical cars is its fast-charging-lithium-ion batteries. These special types of batteries are way lighter and cheaper than the others. This car and the G70 were both presented by Suzuki in the Geneva Motor Show this year.

    The 2012 Suzuki Kizashi Ecocharge

    The Kizashi Ecocharge is an output hybrid type of car. This is run by a 2.o-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor. Suzuki’s goal for making this car is to improve the fuel consumption of future vehicles. Other fuel-saving techniques that Kizashi use are regenerative braking, fuel cut-off when the car is slowing down, and automatic shut-off of the engine when the car stops. The wheels mounted to it are made of very light aluminum, thus decreasing the overall weight of the vehicle.

    All the latest car and motorcycle models from Suzuki are geared to become compact for that is the best way to make them run faster without using too much gas. Vehicles like these can be the answer to the continuous oil price hike and limited oil reserves.

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    Suzuki Air Traiser

    Minivans are not often thought of as being particularly cool. The result has been a decline in sales as the many image-conscious parents out there flock to crossovers instead. As a result, minivan concept vehicles are often completely bonkers, as carmakers clearly hope that going so far in the other direction will inspire buyers to reconsider the segment. It never really seems to work but it s hugely entertaining to watch, and the new Air Triser concept from Suzuki exemplifies everything that makes wacky minivan concepts so great.

    The concept is being unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show, as a part of the “Suzuki Next 100” theme for the carmaker s booth. Since Suzuki s 100th anniversary is coming up in 2020, it is using this opportunity to show off a bit of what is said to make up the lineup for the outset of the next 100 years. The concepts are therefore wild and futuristic, although they are simultaneously retro in their design. This is seen especially in the front fascia of the Air Triser. But unlike the Mighty Deck concept, which is clearly just an updated version of the Mighty Boy kei car, the Air Triser isn t made to look like anything specific from Suzuki s past.

    2015 Suzuki Mighty Deck Concept

    The Tokyo Motor Show is one of the more entertaining in the automotive world. The show concentrates primarily on the Japanese domestic market, so although the cars shown there might not be especially relevant to the rest of the world, they are a great way to see something different from the kinds of concepts that we ll be seeing, say, at the Detroit Auto Show. We also get to see some cars from manufacturers that sell cars in North America, of which Suzuki is now one. The carmaker will be celebrating its 100th anniversary in 2020, and it brought a handful of concepts to the Tokyo show what is planned for the next 100 years.

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    Exciting New Technologies for Suzuki

    Suzuki has consistently been among the top ten automakers in the industry, and a huge portion of its success lies in its investment in technology over the years. Whether it’s to improve engine performance or to make driving a more comfortable experience, Suzuki is not shy in seeking out and implementing innovations on its vehicles.

    If you are planning on getting a new Suzuki car. whether it’s a chirpy Alto city cruiser or a sportier Vitara SUV. here are some new key technologies in your vehicle that should keep you excited:

    The BoosterJet Turbo Engine

    One of the newest technologies to come out of Suzuki is its BoosterJet direct injection turbocharged gasoline engine. Like other engines made by Suzuki, the four-cylinder, 16-valve DOHC BoosterJet engine is promised to deliver a maximum squeeze of power and mileage. However, unlike its counterparts, BoosterJet is optimized for lower weight and a smaller footprint. In fact, the mill is specifically engineered to be more compact than existing engines of a similar rating, allowing it to fit into a box sized 537 x 450 x 696 mm.

    But the BoosterJet isn’t just about being light and small either as the added turbocharger also provided extra power and responsiveness. The 1.4 engine model, for instance, is capable of churning out 100 PS max power without a hitch and, given Suzuki’s reputation for tuning engines, linear in terms of power delivery.

    DualJet System

    Another innovation in engine-related Suzuki parts is the DualJet engine technology. Introduced in the Celerio and Swift hatchback, the DualJet twin fuel injector technology offers increased torque and less exhaust emissions without sacrificing performance. It does this by placing twin injectors near the combustion chamber, improving fuel atomization, faster vaporization, and a more efficient filling of the chamber. In addition, DualJet engines also feature a higher compression ratio that speeds up the flam that passes through the fuel, making the burn cleaner in the process.

    The ALLGRIP system

    Already a leader in the field of 4WD vehicles, Suzuki tries to up the ante by introducing the ALLGRIP system in its current 4WD models, the SX4 X-Cross and the Vitara. Supported by specially engineered Suzuki components, the ALLGRIP system enables drivers to customize their driving experience according to their preferred driving style or terrain. Through a dial located in the dashboard, the vehicle can switch to 4 modes: the Auto, Sport, Snow, and Lock mode. In Auto mode, the steering and suspension is electronically set to 2WD as default for fuel efficiency but will automatically switch to 4WD according to the demands on the road. Sport mode keeps the vehicle in 4WD at all times for optimum control and cornering and switches to a more aggressive throttle response, while Snow mode is designed to stabilize the vehicle by predicting and adapting to slippage caused by snow and mud-covered roads. And should the vehicle itself get stuck in slush or mud, the Lock mode enables the vehicle to generate maximum torque and extricate itself from a sticky situation.

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    By John Voelcker. Guest blogger November 11, 2012

    There’s nothing like a bargain price on a brand-new car.

    And since Suzuki  has announced that it’ll stop selling cars in the U.S.. there are bargains galore on new Suzuki models.

    It also depends on whether your local Suzuki dealer plans to stick around for a few years to service the cars, or whether it plans to close its Suzuki business and transfer warranty claims work to another dealer somewhere further away.

    But, first, the purchase price on that new Suzuki–which likely just got lower.

    As the case of Saab just this past January showed, dealers may offer 25 percent or more off the new-car sticker price  when a brand pulls out of the market.

    The tactic worked, too: An Ohio Saab dealer sold 55 of its 122 new cars  in one week by slashing prices 25 to 45 percent.

    We know of a Detroit buyer who was able to get $4,000 off the $20,399 price of a brand-new 2013 Suzuki SX4  with all-wheel drive and the value package that includes a navigation system. He closed that sale yesterday.

    Unlike Saab, however, Japanese carmaker Suzuki isn’t defunct, however; only its U.S. unit declared bankruptcy.

    That means that not only will parts continue to be available, but that warranties on existing Suzukis will continue to be honored, and parts availability shouldn’t be a problem.

    When Saab declared bankruptcy last December after several failed sale attempts, its dealers were left without warranties on their brand-new cars–and had to sell them that way.

    That Ohio Saab dealer created a $1,995 service contract for 60,000 miles to substitute for the defunct factory warranty.

    Suzuki dealers won’t have to do that, and owners shouldn’t see any change in warranty coverage.

    But it’s entirely possible that Suzuki buyers will have to travel further to get their cars serviced, if their local dealer shuts down its Suzuki service business before the warranty ends.

    As for parts, because Suzuki is a global automaker and will continue to supply replacement components for its cars elsewhere in the world, service parts shouldn’t be a problem.

    That ensures that owners (and former Suzuki dealers) can at least get the parts that independent service mechanics need to keep their cars on the road.

    In June, the parts-making piece of Saab (which wasn’t part of the bankrupt carmaker) set up a new U.S. company that will continue to sell parts for Saabs .

    Another factor to consider: Potential buyers should check carefully with their financial institutions if they don’t plan on getting a purchase loan through the dealership.

    Some banks have more restrictive policies about writing loans for new cars from dead automakers.

    Other defunct brands include not only Saab, but also Saturn. Pontiac, HUMMER, Oldsmobile. Plymouth, Isuzu. Daihatsu. and more.

    In the end, buyers should consider not only whether a new Suzuki represents value for money, but whether it’s a car they really want to drive and live with for several years.

    Except for the Kizashi sport sedan–larger than a compact, but smaller than a mid-size–Suzuki’s lineup of cars and crossovers  is now old and not particularly refined.

    The SX4 hatchback  offered a model that was the lowest-priced all-wheel drive car sold in the U.S. but it and the sister sedan model are now in their seventh model year.

    Similarly, the Grand Vitara is aging and uncompetitive on equipment.

    And most Suzuki models have lower EPA gas-mileage ratings than competing cars from other makers.

    So if you like the price you can get on a new Suzuki, make sure you like the car.

    Then weigh the risks carefully. and quiz your dealership about its future plans.

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    Suzuki was established in 1909 by Michio Suzuki as Suzuki Loom Works, producing looms and weaving machines for the Japanese silk industry. While Suzuki had a highly successful business, he knew that the company would have to diversify if it was to continue. He decided that he would enter the automobile market, and in 1937, began the development of his first prototype vehicles.

    Suzuki After World War II

    World War II put a halt to all major civilian car production as the Japanese government deemed them to be non-essential commodities. This stopped Suzuki’s plans until after the war and the company went back to producing looms full time. When the cotton market collapsed in 1951, Suzuki turned his thoughts back to motor vehicles, both motorcycles and lightweight cars. In 1954, the company changed its name to the Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. in line with its change in industry focus.

    For several years, Suzuki successfully produced motorcycles before launching its first car, the Suzuki Suzulight. This car was sold only in Japan and was produced from 1955 until 1969. In 1963, Suzuki opened a sales subsidiary in Los Angeles under the company name, U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. As this was a direct sales subsidiary of the parent company, any Suzuki vehicles sold in America were imported and not built in the U.S.

    Suzuki in America

    In 1985, the Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation was established. With the formation of this company, Suzuki launched the Samurai, the first vehicle officially marketed by Suzuki in the U.S. While this was a new car in the U.S. market, Suzuki was producing them since 1968. The Samurai, or the SJ413 as it was known in other markets, was classed as a mini SUV. It had seating for two and came in a convertible or hardtop version. This vehicle was extremely popular due to its excellent off-road performance and reliability. The Samurai was withdrawn from American and Canadian markets in 1995 and replaced by the Suzuki Sidekick.

    In 1986, the American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) was created through the merger of Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation and the U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. Prior to the official launch of the Samurai, Suzuki had been selling a version of its Cultus model as the Chevrolet Sprint through an agreement with General Motors in 1985. It was a three-door hatchback and was the smallest model available from Chevrolet. The ASMC released the second generation of the Cultus as the Suzuki Swift in 1989.

    Suzuki Models

    The Swift was launched in 1990 as a three- or five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan version. The Cultus was replaced by the first generation of Suzuki Swifts in 2000. Both three- and five-door hatchback versions were available with automatic or manual transmission. The Swift was launched at the same time as the Suzuki Sidekick, which had a two-door convertible or hardtop off-road vehicle. In 1991, a four-door version was also released. The Sidekick underwent a facelift in 1996 and a Sport version was launched at this time. The Sidekick Sport was short lived and replaced by the Grand Vitara in 1999, which is currently in its third generation.

    The Suzuki Esteem was launched by the ASMC in 1995 to replace the Swift four-door sedan. In 1996, a station wagon version of the Esteem was introduced to the market. These were short-lived vehicles as they were replaced in 2002 by the Aerio that had a four-door sedan and a five-door crossover SUV variation with all-wheel drive. In 2001, the Swift was dropped from the North American market. The launch of the SX4 ended production of the Aerio.

    Suzuki Products and Technologies

    The current models available from Suzuki include the Kizashi, SX4, Grand Vitara and Equator. The Kizashi is a midsize four-door sedan that has been available since 2010. In Japanese, Kizashi means warning or omen, so it is thought that this name was used as a means of suggesting that great things are coming from Suzuki. It is currently the company’s flagship sedan.

    The Suzuki SX4 is available in three different versions: the sedan, sportback and all-wheel drive crossover. Originally developed as a compact car, the SX4 was first released as a five-door hatchback. The SX4 sedan has a more aerodynamic shape, compared to the sportback and crossover version. The other two versions are five-door hatchbacks. The sportback version went through cosmetic changes, as well as being lower on its suspension than the all-wheel drive version.

    The Equator is a midsized pickup truck that is sold by Suzuki, but assembled by Nissan. It is available as a two-door or four-door crew cab version and has been on the market since 2009.

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    When your item ships, our system automatically emails you with tracking information. Save piles of cash by buying your Suzuki auto parts from us. Our customer service is second to none in the auto parts industry. AutohausAZ is dedicated to helping the do-it-yourselfer. As unbelievable as it sounds, we will cover the shipping costs for your Suzuki parts order if it is over $75. Our pricing on Suzuki parts is so low, many people think we must be some sort of Suzuki auto parts secret. Our Suzuki web parts store is open every second of every minute of every hour of every day.

    The Suzuki Company was founded in 1909 for manufacturing weaving looms, since the Japanese silk industry was booming at the time. They started getting involved in the manufacture of engines in the early 1950’s, when the people of Japan needed cheap, reliable transportation. From small gasoline engines designed to “clip on” to bicycles, the company moved on to motorcycles, for which they are still well-known.

    Whether your Suzuki is a motorcycle or a four-wheeled auto, chances are good that you know the value of maintaining it with quality Suzuki parts. Japanese cars are known for their quality, reliability and economy, but they are mechanical things with parts and components that wear out over the course of normal use. Sometimes, it’s possible to extend the life of many Suzuki parts by developing good driving habits. For example, by avoiding hard application of the brakes (i.e. sudden stops), anticipating stops well in advance and using the engine compression to slow the vehicle by downshifting when appropriate, you can extend the life of your brake linings substantially. Avoiding pot holes and reducing speed over rough roads can also save wear and tear on Suzuki parts that make up your vehicle’s suspension system. In addition, there are many discount Suzuki parts you may wish to carry in your road emergency kit, such as radiator hoses, belts, and a spare fuel injector or two. Plan ahead, have some quality Suzuki parts on hand for those maintenance and minor repair jobs, and you’ll avoid some of those major repairs.

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    Suzuki Ends U.S. Car Sales: Why It Had to Do It (And Other Brands That Could Disappear)

    We re in the midst of an automotive reckoning. 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. (Many we recapped in our Decade in Review .) Like Isuzu, another U.S. evacuee and estranged GM ally, Suzuki will continue selling cars outside the U.S. Why did Suzuki, Japan s fourth-largest car company, leave? And why does this keep happening?

    A multi-dimensional look at Suzuki s U.S. sales

    The Short Answer

    The tl;dr explanation—that s too long; didn t read in internet-ese—is that even though Suzuki has two models that really are quite good, Suzuki isn t selling enough cars and can t compete with the big guys. The Kizashi and the SX4 may be virtuous, but the buyers aren t coming. Suzuki s U.S. sales peaked in 2007, with about 102,000 units sold, and fell to just a quarter of that last year. It becomes a death spiral: Dealerships close, fewer cars are sold, the company has less money, debt piles up, and public image evaporates. Suzuki has no product in the pipeline for the U.S. and fewer corporate partners to lean on for rebadges.

    In other countries, the situation isn t so grim. Suzuki sells micro-size kei cars by the boatload in Japan, its Wagon R often the top-selling small car in the country. India, too, is a stronghold for Suzuki, where its Maruti Suzuki brand unloads cheap, cheerful transportation to an exploding middle class.

    Loss of Product Partners

    Suzuki s core competency is in small cars and small SUVs. Really small. So to offer a full product lineup in the U.S. Suzuki has had to snuggle up to several corporate partners. The late Forenza and Reno were developed by GM Daewoo in Korea, back when Suzuki owned 15 percent of GM Daewoo and General Motors owned 20 percent of Suzuki. The Equator pickup was a Nissan Frontier with the Superman logo slapped on the front, while the XL7 crossover was built on the General Motors Theta platform used for the Chevy Equinox .

    But Suzuki couldn t properly align with new friends to supply the product it needs—and even if it could, the result threatens profit margins. Ties are mostly severed with General Motors. A deal with Volkswagen fell through. Fiat, which sells a rebadged SX4 in Europe, has talked about closer ties with Suzuki but no deals have been announced. Developing products and platforms on your own is expensive and difficult; Suzuki can swing that kind of investment for the small cars it sells so well in other countries, but without much of a market for big ones like the Kizashi outside the U.S. it makes little sense.

    The market for cheap, imported econo-cars—often even designed overseas—from niche companies has all-but disappeared, with Suzuki one of the last survivors among a field that included Geo, Isuzu, Yugo, Daewoo, Eagle, and Daihatsu. Mitsubishi continues to limp along. All were felled by competition from the big boys.

    Decisions by Toyota and Honda to enter the small-SUV market in the mid-1990s was a headshot to Suzuki s business, long dependent on the Samurai, the Sidekick, and the Vitara. On the car side, the company was able to hold on a little longer. It wasn t until the mid-2000s when Kia and Hyundai introduced some truly competitive models here. When they did, their cheap cars with long warranties slaughtered what remained of the cheap-import segment.

    The new CAFE and greenhouse gas rules disproportionately penalize low-volume manufacturers of physically small vehicles. Porsche can weather the storm (and afford penalties), but Suzuki was at risk. Even with a special exemption called TLAAS, or Temporary Lead-Time Allowance Alternative Standard, Suzuki would have needed to post almost impossible reductions to its cars CO2 emissions—not because they re especially dirty, but because the EPA requires certain degrees of improvement. Suzuki and Porsche joined with Jaguar-Land Rover in voicing concerns to the EPA, but a final rule issued in October showed them only minimal clemency.

    Dealer Network

    Suzuki s retail system was a proper mess. There weren t enough sales to support more dealers opening, but too few dealers to really grow sales. Low-profit-margin products and small sales didn t always attract high-quality dealer managers and sales staff, which in turn probably turned off many customers. For years, dealers and Suzuki corporate alike complained about an antiquated, inefficient system for ordering vehicles in which the dealers had little input; they often didn t have access to the cars they could actually sell. It cost Suzuki dearly.

    Are We Going to Lose More Brands in the U.S.?

    Very possibly. Mitsubishi is the obvious skater on thin ice, and when asked this week, its U.S. boss was firm in insisting the company will stay. (You didn t expect him to be wishy-washy, did you?) But Mitsubishi is in very serious trouble globally as well as in the States, because like Suzuki, it s experiencing how inhospitable the world car market is for smaller manufacturers.

    There may come a time when Toyota pulls the plug on Scion. its own experiment with low-priced entry-level econoboxes repurposed from other markets. In Scion s favor, it s not hugely expensive to run, and Toyota has the cash to spare. Badging the new rear-drive sports car as the Scion FR-S instead of as a Toyota GT 86 in the U.S. is a something of a Hail Mary pass for the Scion brand.

    It s almost unthinkable, but Volvo may have to exit the U.S. market at some point as well. Volvo sales here in 2011 were just half of their 2003 level, and the company recently pruned several models from its lineup, including the S40 sedan, the C70 convertible, and the C30 hatchback. Whether Volvo remains largely will depend on the willingness of its owner, Geely, to put up with sluggish sales—and the importance of being in the U.S. to keep appearances as a global luxury brand.

    Like all of these companies, Suzuki had some very good cars on offer in American showrooms. The Kizashi and the SX4 may not have been class-leading, but they weren t at the back of the group either—and both were well priced. If you re looking to score a deal, now is a good time for either. Suzuki will continue to honor warranties and supply parts, a promise made stronger by the company s plan to continue car sales in Canada, and to remain in the U.S. selling motorcycles and ATVs.

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    Suzuki Parts Superstore

    When your item ships, our system automatically emails you with tracking information. Save piles of cash by buying your Suzuki auto parts from us. Our customer service is second to none in the auto parts industry. AutohausAZ is dedicated to helping the do-it-yourselfer. As unbelievable as it sounds, we will cover the shipping costs for your Suzuki parts order if it is over $75. Our pricing on Suzuki parts is so low, many people think we must be some sort of Suzuki auto parts secret. Our Suzuki web parts store is open every second of every minute of every hour of every day.

    The Suzuki Company was founded in 1909 for manufacturing weaving looms, since the Japanese silk industry was booming at the time. They started getting involved in the manufacture of engines in the early 1950’s, when the people of Japan needed cheap, reliable transportation. From small gasoline engines designed to “clip on” to bicycles, the company moved on to motorcycles, for which they are still well-known.

    Whether your Suzuki is a motorcycle or a four-wheeled auto, chances are good that you know the value of maintaining it with quality Suzuki parts. Japanese cars are known for their quality, reliability and economy, but they are mechanical things with parts and components that wear out over the course of normal use. Sometimes, it’s possible to extend the life of many Suzuki parts by developing good driving habits. For example, by avoiding hard application of the brakes (i.e. sudden stops), anticipating stops well in advance and using the engine compression to slow the vehicle by downshifting when appropriate, you can extend the life of your brake linings substantially. Avoiding pot holes and reducing speed over rough roads can also save wear and tear on Suzuki parts that make up your vehicle’s suspension system. In addition, there are many discount Suzuki parts you may wish to carry in your road emergency kit, such as radiator hoses, belts, and a spare fuel injector or two. Plan ahead, have some quality Suzuki parts on hand for those maintenance and minor repair jobs, and you’ll avoid some of those major repairs.

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    Suzuki Ends U.S. Car Sales: Why It Had to Do It (And Other Brands That Could Disappear)

    We re in the midst of an automotive reckoning. 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. (Many we recapped in our Decade in Review .) Like Isuzu, another U.S. evacuee and estranged GM ally, Suzuki will continue selling cars outside the U.S. Why did Suzuki, Japan s fourth-largest car company, leave? And why does this keep happening?

    A multi-dimensional look at Suzuki s U.S. sales

    The Short Answer

    The tl;dr explanation—that s too long; didn t read in internet-ese—is that even though Suzuki has two models that really are quite good, Suzuki isn t selling enough cars and can t compete with the big guys. The Kizashi and the SX4 may be virtuous, but the buyers aren t coming. Suzuki s U.S. sales peaked in 2007, with about 102,000 units sold, and fell to just a quarter of that last year. It becomes a death spiral: Dealerships close, fewer cars are sold, the company has less money, debt piles up, and public image evaporates. Suzuki has no product in the pipeline for the U.S. and fewer corporate partners to lean on for rebadges.

    In other countries, the situation isn t so grim. Suzuki sells micro-size kei cars by the boatload in Japan, its Wagon R often the top-selling small car in the country. India, too, is a stronghold for Suzuki, where its Maruti Suzuki brand unloads cheap, cheerful transportation to an exploding middle class.

    Loss of Product Partners

    Suzuki s core competency is in small cars and small SUVs. Really small. So to offer a full product lineup in the U.S. Suzuki has had to snuggle up to several corporate partners. The late Forenza and Reno were developed by GM Daewoo in Korea, back when Suzuki owned 15 percent of GM Daewoo and General Motors owned 20 percent of Suzuki. The Equator pickup was a Nissan Frontier with the Superman logo slapped on the front, while the XL7 crossover was built on the General Motors Theta platform used for the Chevy Equinox .

    But Suzuki couldn t properly align with new friends to supply the product it needs—and even if it could, the result threatens profit margins. Ties are mostly severed with General Motors. A deal with Volkswagen fell through. Fiat, which sells a rebadged SX4 in Europe, has talked about closer ties with Suzuki but no deals have been announced. Developing products and platforms on your own is expensive and difficult; Suzuki can swing that kind of investment for the small cars it sells so well in other countries, but without much of a market for big ones like the Kizashi outside the U.S. it makes little sense.

    The market for cheap, imported econo-cars—often even designed overseas—from niche companies has all-but disappeared, with Suzuki one of the last survivors among a field that included Geo, Isuzu, Yugo, Daewoo, Eagle, and Daihatsu. Mitsubishi continues to limp along. All were felled by competition from the big boys.

    Decisions by Toyota and Honda to enter the small-SUV market in the mid-1990s was a headshot to Suzuki s business, long dependent on the Samurai, the Sidekick, and the Vitara. On the car side, the company was able to hold on a little longer. It wasn t until the mid-2000s when Kia and Hyundai introduced some truly competitive models here. When they did, their cheap cars with long warranties slaughtered what remained of the cheap-import segment.

    The new CAFE and greenhouse gas rules disproportionately penalize low-volume manufacturers of physically small vehicles. Porsche can weather the storm (and afford penalties), but Suzuki was at risk. Even with a special exemption called TLAAS, or Temporary Lead-Time Allowance Alternative Standard, Suzuki would have needed to post almost impossible reductions to its cars CO2 emissions—not because they re especially dirty, but because the EPA requires certain degrees of improvement. Suzuki and Porsche joined with Jaguar-Land Rover in voicing concerns to the EPA, but a final rule issued in October showed them only minimal clemency.

    Dealer Network

    Suzuki s retail system was a proper mess. There weren t enough sales to support more dealers opening, but too few dealers to really grow sales. Low-profit-margin products and small sales didn t always attract high-quality dealer managers and sales staff, which in turn probably turned off many customers. For years, dealers and Suzuki corporate alike complained about an antiquated, inefficient system for ordering vehicles in which the dealers had little input; they often didn t have access to the cars they could actually sell. It cost Suzuki dearly.

    Are We Going to Lose More Brands in the U.S.?

    Very possibly. Mitsubishi is the obvious skater on thin ice, and when asked this week, its U.S. boss was firm in insisting the company will stay. (You didn t expect him to be wishy-washy, did you?) But Mitsubishi is in very serious trouble globally as well as in the States, because like Suzuki, it s experiencing how inhospitable the world car market is for smaller manufacturers.

    There may come a time when Toyota pulls the plug on Scion. its own experiment with low-priced entry-level econoboxes repurposed from other markets. In Scion s favor, it s not hugely expensive to run, and Toyota has the cash to spare. Badging the new rear-drive sports car as the Scion FR-S instead of as a Toyota GT 86 in the U.S. is a something of a Hail Mary pass for the Scion brand.

    It s almost unthinkable, but Volvo may have to exit the U.S. market at some point as well. Volvo sales here in 2011 were just half of their 2003 level, and the company recently pruned several models from its lineup, including the S40 sedan, the C70 convertible, and the C30 hatchback. Whether Volvo remains largely will depend on the willingness of its owner, Geely, to put up with sluggish sales—and the importance of being in the U.S. to keep appearances as a global luxury brand.

    Like all of these companies, Suzuki had some very good cars on offer in American showrooms. The Kizashi and the SX4 may not have been class-leading, but they weren t at the back of the group either—and both were well priced. If you re looking to score a deal, now is a good time for either. Suzuki will continue to honor warranties and supply parts, a promise made stronger by the company s plan to continue car sales in Canada, and to remain in the U.S. selling motorcycles and ATVs.

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    By John Voelcker. Guest blogger November 11, 2012

    There’s nothing like a bargain price on a brand-new car.

    And since Suzuki  has announced that it’ll stop selling cars in the U.S.. there are bargains galore on new Suzuki models.

    It also depends on whether your local Suzuki dealer plans to stick around for a few years to service the cars, or whether it plans to close its Suzuki business and transfer warranty claims work to another dealer somewhere further away.

    But, first, the purchase price on that new Suzuki–which likely just got lower.

    As the case of Saab just this past January showed, dealers may offer 25 percent or more off the new-car sticker price  when a brand pulls out of the market.

    The tactic worked, too: An Ohio Saab dealer sold 55 of its 122 new cars  in one week by slashing prices 25 to 45 percent.

    We know of a Detroit buyer who was able to get $4,000 off the $20,399 price of a brand-new 2013 Suzuki SX4  with all-wheel drive and the value package that includes a navigation system. He closed that sale yesterday.

    Unlike Saab, however, Japanese carmaker Suzuki isn’t defunct, however; only its U.S. unit declared bankruptcy.

    That means that not only will parts continue to be available, but that warranties on existing Suzukis will continue to be honored, and parts availability shouldn’t be a problem.

    When Saab declared bankruptcy last December after several failed sale attempts, its dealers were left without warranties on their brand-new cars–and had to sell them that way.

    That Ohio Saab dealer created a $1,995 service contract for 60,000 miles to substitute for the defunct factory warranty.

    Suzuki dealers won’t have to do that, and owners shouldn’t see any change in warranty coverage.

    But it’s entirely possible that Suzuki buyers will have to travel further to get their cars serviced, if their local dealer shuts down its Suzuki service business before the warranty ends.

    As for parts, because Suzuki is a global automaker and will continue to supply replacement components for its cars elsewhere in the world, service parts shouldn’t be a problem.

    That ensures that owners (and former Suzuki dealers) can at least get the parts that independent service mechanics need to keep their cars on the road.

    In June, the parts-making piece of Saab (which wasn’t part of the bankrupt carmaker) set up a new U.S. company that will continue to sell parts for Saabs .

    Another factor to consider: Potential buyers should check carefully with their financial institutions if they don’t plan on getting a purchase loan through the dealership.

    Some banks have more restrictive policies about writing loans for new cars from dead automakers.

    Other defunct brands include not only Saab, but also Saturn. Pontiac, HUMMER, Oldsmobile. Plymouth, Isuzu. Daihatsu. and more.

    In the end, buyers should consider not only whether a new Suzuki represents value for money, but whether it’s a car they really want to drive and live with for several years.

    Except for the Kizashi sport sedan–larger than a compact, but smaller than a mid-size–Suzuki’s lineup of cars and crossovers  is now old and not particularly refined.

    The SX4 hatchback  offered a model that was the lowest-priced all-wheel drive car sold in the U.S. but it and the sister sedan model are now in their seventh model year.

    Similarly, the Grand Vitara is aging and uncompetitive on equipment.

    And most Suzuki models have lower EPA gas-mileage ratings than competing cars from other makers.

    So if you like the price you can get on a new Suzuki, make sure you like the car.

    Then weigh the risks carefully. and quiz your dealership about its future plans.

    Suzuki Cars – New & Used Suzuki Reviews, Pricing & Specs


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    Suzuki Cars

    Suzuki was established in 1909 by Michio Suzuki as Suzuki Loom Works, producing looms and weaving machines for the Japanese silk industry. While Suzuki had a highly successful business, he knew that the company would have to diversify if it was to continue. He decided that he would enter the automobile market, and in 1937, began the development of his first prototype vehicles.

    Suzuki After World War II

    World War II put a halt to all major civilian car production as the Japanese government deemed them to be non-essential commodities. This stopped Suzuki’s plans until after the war and the company went back to producing looms full time. When the cotton market collapsed in 1951, Suzuki turned his thoughts back to motor vehicles, both motorcycles and lightweight cars. In 1954, the company changed its name to the Suzuki Motor Company, Ltd. in line with its change in industry focus.

    For several years, Suzuki successfully produced motorcycles before launching its first car, the Suzuki Suzulight. This car was sold only in Japan and was produced from 1955 until 1969. In 1963, Suzuki opened a sales subsidiary in Los Angeles under the company name, U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. As this was a direct sales subsidiary of the parent company, any Suzuki vehicles sold in America were imported and not built in the U.S.

    Suzuki in America

    In 1985, the Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation was established. With the formation of this company, Suzuki launched the Samurai, the first vehicle officially marketed by Suzuki in the U.S. While this was a new car in the U.S. market, Suzuki was producing them since 1968. The Samurai, or the SJ413 as it was known in other markets, was classed as a mini SUV. It had seating for two and came in a convertible or hardtop version. This vehicle was extremely popular due to its excellent off-road performance and reliability. The Samurai was withdrawn from American and Canadian markets in 1995 and replaced by the Suzuki Sidekick.

    In 1986, the American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) was created through the merger of Suzuki of America Automotive Corporation and the U.S. Suzuki Motor Corporation. Prior to the official launch of the Samurai, Suzuki had been selling a version of its Cultus model as the Chevrolet Sprint through an agreement with General Motors in 1985. It was a three-door hatchback and was the smallest model available from Chevrolet. The ASMC released the second generation of the Cultus as the Suzuki Swift in 1989.

    Suzuki Models

    The Swift was launched in 1990 as a three- or five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan version. The Cultus was replaced by the first generation of Suzuki Swifts in 2000. Both three- and five-door hatchback versions were available with automatic or manual transmission. The Swift was launched at the same time as the Suzuki Sidekick, which had a two-door convertible or hardtop off-road vehicle. In 1991, a four-door version was also released. The Sidekick underwent a facelift in 1996 and a Sport version was launched at this time. The Sidekick Sport was short lived and replaced by the Grand Vitara in 1999, which is currently in its third generation.

    The Suzuki Esteem was launched by the ASMC in 1995 to replace the Swift four-door sedan. In 1996, a station wagon version of the Esteem was introduced to the market. These were short-lived vehicles as they were replaced in 2002 by the Aerio that had a four-door sedan and a five-door crossover SUV variation with all-wheel drive. In 2001, the Swift was dropped from the North American market. The launch of the SX4 ended production of the Aerio.

    Suzuki Products and Technologies

    The current models available from Suzuki include the Kizashi, SX4, Grand Vitara and Equator. The Kizashi is a midsize four-door sedan that has been available since 2010. In Japanese, Kizashi means warning or omen, so it is thought that this name was used as a means of suggesting that great things are coming from Suzuki. It is currently the company’s flagship sedan.

    The Suzuki SX4 is available in three different versions: the sedan, sportback and all-wheel drive crossover. Originally developed as a compact car, the SX4 was first released as a five-door hatchback. The SX4 sedan has a more aerodynamic shape, compared to the sportback and crossover version. The other two versions are five-door hatchbacks. The sportback version went through cosmetic changes, as well as being lower on its suspension than the all-wheel drive version.

    The Equator is a midsized pickup truck that is sold by Suzuki, but assembled by Nissan. It is available as a two-door or four-door crew cab version and has been on the market since 2009.