Suzuki Motorcycle India
Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, has
inaugurated a new World Class Showroom dealership - ‘Dream Suzuki’ - in Patel
Nagar, New Delhi, adding to its increasing network across the country.
Motorcyclists and enthusiasts
can see and experience Suzuki’s world class superbikes, motorcycles and
scooters in these premium shops. To cater to the passion of aficionados, Suzuki
will keep expanding its network of World Class Showrooms to ensure
accessibility for customers.
Suzuki will add one more World
Class Showroom in Bhubhaneshwar on May 18, 2016 - Jyothe Motors, which will
make it a total of 11 World Class Showrooms across the country. As of now
Suzuki has World Class Showrooms in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune,
Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Jodhpur and Kerala.
Satoshi Uchida, Managing
Director, SMIPL, said “Internationally, the Suzuki brand is synonymous with
technical expertise and the joy of riding. We wanted our showrooms to reflect
this ethos, and therefore we created a channel to establish this concept and
cater to the evolving needs of niche buyers. Through our network of World Class
Showrooms, we want to make the global Suzuki experience accessible to
motorcycling enthusiasts across the country.”
Suzuki’s World Class Showrooms
will showcase the newly Made-in-India Hayabusa and the entire range of Suzuki
superbikes – V-Strom, GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F, Intruder M1800R as well as the
ATVs - Ozark 250 and QuadSport400. The dealership will also showcase Suzuki
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