Whether it is a car or a bike, Suzuki is the dominant force in India. The demand for Suzuki bikes is increasing in the Indian market. In such a situation, Suzuki Motorcycles has launched 60 lakh motorcycles from its Gurugram plant in the market, which will increase the company’s sales.
New Delhi, Auto Desk. The craze of Suzuki motorcycles is increasing in India. The demand is increasing in the market, to meet which Suzuki Motorcycle Company is working vigorously. Suzuki Company is also manufacturing many products at its Gurugram Motorcycle Plant located in India. Suzuki Motorcycle India on Monday said it has manufactured and launched six million vehicles at its Gurugram plant. The company is selling the Access 125, Gixxer 250 and 150 Series, Burgman Street in the market. At the same time, recently the company has introduced a new product of its Avenis 125 in the market.
Suzuki Motorcycle India completes 15 years
Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India said in a statement that this year marks 15 years of Suzuki Motorcycle India in the country. It is indeed a pleasure to announce the roll out of our 6 millionth Suzuki two wheeler product in India from our Gurugram plant. He said that these six million products will prove to be a milestone. He said that customers in India are getting good products at affordable prices, which is a testament to the company’s continuous commitment. Uchida said that we are delighted that we have been able to reach this milestone despite the challenges posed by the second wave and the global semiconductor shortage across the globe.
Let us tell you that recently Suzuki Motorcycles has launched new colors for its range of 125 cc scooters Suzuki Access 125 and Suzuki Burgman Street. The company has introduced Suzuki Access 125 Standard Edition in ‘Metallic Dark Greenish Blue’ and ‘Metallic Matte Black’ and Suzuki Access 125 Ride Connect Edition in ‘Glossy Grey’. Similarly, the Standard Edition and Ride Connect Edition of the Suzuki Burgman Street will now be available in ‘Glossy Grey’ colour.
Edited By: Sarveshwar Pathak