Suzuki stopped selling new cars in the U.S. in 2012, but the sedans, wagons and SUVs they offered can be found in Carsquare inventory. Although they no longer sell new cars in the U.S. Suzuki is the 4th largest automobile manufacturer after Toyota, Nissan and Honda.
Aziz Ahmed saved a customer by polishing out a scuff from a light bump. Taking just 30 minutes to do so and not ask… https://t.co/sUMs6yMTVP,last Monday
A massive congratulations to this years’ winner of our Halo Dealer Award, Luscombe Suzuki in Leeds, with an outstan… https://t.co/VWWNUxzPgU,last Friday
@Rick_Stevens23 Hi Rick, are you referring to TPMS if so it is not possible to switch this off. Hope this helps.,last Wednesday
@iamDaniellaa Hi Daniella, you would need to call Suzuki Finance for this information, you can reach them on: 0344 824 8888 Thanks.,11-13-18
The compact, agile new Jimny takes you places bigger 4x4s simply can’t… like tiny, tiny parking spaces. Register h… https://t.co/9wXmmNUT4u,11-12-18
Come on Swifty! He’s nimble and agile, great for side-stepping the competition and whizzing around town. All your… https://t.co/F8MQCZJWCs,11-10-18