Suzuki Achieves Accumulated Japanese Domestic Automobile Sales Of 25 Million Units
Suzuki Achieves Accumulated Japanese Domestic Automobile Sales Of 25 Million Units By: Suzuki Suzuki Motor Corporation has achieved accumulated Japanese domestic automobile sales of 25 million units*1 (total of minivehicles and standard and small vehicles) on 31 August, 2017.
*1 Based on Suzuki research on Japan Automobile Dealers Association and Japan Light Motor Vehicle and Motorcycle Association.
Since launching the Suzulight minicar in October 1955, Suzuki has been providing distinctive products that meet customer needs, including minivehicles such as the Jimny mini 4WD in 1970, the Alto in 1979, the WagonR in 1993, and the Hustler mini crossover in 2014. As for standard and small vehicles, the Fronte 800 in 1965, the Cultus in 1983, the Escudo compact 4WD in 1988, and the world strategic model Swift in 2004. Suzuki achieved this milestone in 61 years and 11 months. Breakdown of 25 million units are approximately 22.96 million units of minivehicles and 2.05 million units of standard and small vehicles. This brings Suzuki's accumulated global automobile sales to approximately 62.6 million units*2, of which India contributes with 16.76 million units, China with 3.69 million units, and Indonesia with 2.22 million units.
*2 Based on Suzuki research as of the end of July 2017.
Suzuki will continue providing value-packed products that exceed customer expectations by pursuing 'Driving Pleasure', 'Fun to Use', and 'Pride of Ownership'.
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Accum. automobile sales of 15 million units achieved
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