Suzuki are orignally a producer of weaving looms to the giant Japanese silk industry. The company had ideas for developing small cars for many years but WW2 saw the end of any plans they had.

It wasn't until the 1950's that the companies thoughts started towards vehicle production again. This saw them starting to make motor powered cycles, which lead to the company designing and building a range of motorcycles, becoming one of the largest in the world.

Suzuki has had a long history within Motorsport with many wins to it's name. This was mostly with it's motorcycles range. But their cars too proved popular in the lower classes and for clubman competitiors.

They entered in to the ATV market with the same ideas that they use in there everyday cars namely small engines while other ATV's use larger engines. This has proven to be a very successful range of cars, both on and off the road.

1955 saw the company release it's first production car which started the small car trend in Japan. Since then the company has produced many models in it's range. The company now has over 35 production facilities in 23 countries and sells it's cars in over 190 countries. This makes Suzuki the 8th largest car maker in the world.

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A selection of used car dealers from our directory that deal with Suzuki vehicles

Suzuki Volvo Infiniti Lexus MG Mitsubishi
Hamworthy Car Centre
1 Rigler Road, Hamworthy, Poole BH15 4BN
Audi Skoda Suzuki Volkswagen Lexus Rolls-Royce
Tim Curran Cars
21 Woodgreen Road, Shankbridge, Ballymena BT42 3DR
Audi BMW Citroen SEAT Suzuki Infiniti
Lomond Car Centre
Stirling Road, Dumbarton G82 2PJ
Suzuki
Ashburton Motor Works Subaru Isuzu South West
Peartree Cross, Ashburton TQ13 7RB
Suzuki
Proven Motor Company Ltd
9 West Street, Haslemere GU27 2AB

Latest review of a Suzuki vehicle (Alto)

My third and last Alto. The previous two were cheap and cheerful, but with amazing mpg. 60 & 65 mpg) this one claims the most yet and gives the least. If I had known that I was in for 47 mpg, i could get better out of a 2.0 Octavia - i.e. I would have bought something much bigger for the same money. My driving habits have not changed, and the cars state of tune is spot on. No explanation from Suzuki UK as to why it was so bad. My advice is to use a website that shows real life mpg before buying.
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Tony - Tuesday, 16th June 2015