News Suzuki Motorcycle India Up 51% in August

Suzuki Motorcycle India Up 51% in August

Suzuki India

Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd., a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Motor Corporation, registered an increase in their monthly sales figures.

Suzuki Motorcycles has sold 19,314 units in Aug 2010 as opposed to 12,809 in Aug 2009, listing an impressive growth of 51 % over its sales in Aug ‘09.

This increase of sales is attributed to the tremendous response from the new product GS150R and ACCESS 125, the scooter from the house of Suzuki Motorcycles.

Commenting on the excellent growth pattern, Mr. Atul Gupta Vice President, Sales and Marketing, SMIPL, said “We believe in bringing ‘Value’ to our customers and we have proven so with our products.”

“Our new product, Suzuki SlingShot, which we launched last week, has been introduced keeping in view this objective. We will continue to keep up this growth momentum in future.”

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