Toyota Motor Corporation and Suzuki Motor Corporation have agreed to buy stakes in each other in order to establish a long-term partnership.
Suzuki has been named the top performing car brand in the Institute of Customer Service’s UK Customer Satisfaction Index, published this month.
Carmaker’s latest strategy sets target of growing fleet sales by a third over next three years
Suzuki GB has been named as the leading car brand for customer satisfaction, by the Institute of Customer Service.
Suzuki’s Jimny compact SUV has received record high residual value forecasts for the brand.
Suzuki Vitara's low P11D price means drivers’ BIK tax will be less than £70 a month
Driving the Suzuki Jimny is a no-frills experience that’s full of charm
Suzuki's Jimny scored three stars out of a maximum five in Euro NCAP’s latest round of testing for a “weak” safety performance.
Suzuki will launch a facelifted Vitara in Septemeber with a number of upgrades inlcuding WLTP calibrated emissions data.
Hyundai has topped the JD Power Survey as the most reliable car brand, in a surprise result that sees BMW named the least reliable.
Consolidating a year’s growth in fleet of 107% in 2017 is the aspiration of Graeme Jenkins, head of fleet at Suzuki, this year as Company Car In Action 2018 presented the brand with the opportunity to showcase models to different customers.
Toyota and Suzuki will begin discussing new joint projects in the fields of technological development, vehicle production and market development.
Suzuki was the biggest winner in a shrinking UK true fleet market with its December registrations growing 151.7% in the sector, says Dataforce.
Suzuki has appointed BCA Fleet Solutions to manage its company car services.
Martin Ward, manufacturer relationships manager for Cap HPI, talks SMMT Test Day North, an off-road Suzuki test and a Spanish 'lads' weekend.
The low weight on the all-new Suzuki allows the Swift to score a welcome hat-trick.
By Martin Ward, manufacturer relationship manager at Cap HPI
Fringe player Suzuki is seeking to go mainstream in fleet. It’s a big change from its position a decade ago, so what prompted the move, asks Stephen Briers
The Suzuki Swift has been a huge success since its introduction in 2004, with the current model demonstrating strong credentials as a public sector fleet staple or low-cost pool car.
A new lighter, more powerful and more fuel efficient Suzuki Swift will go on sale in June, priced from £10,999.
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