Suzuki ended sales of automobiles to the US in 2012, but owners of their sedans and crossovers still love their vehicles. The Kizashi was a capable family sedan. The SX4 was a small hatchback. And the Grand Vitara was a sturdy SUV that descended from the older Sidekick model. Choose Get All Parts as a provider of high-quality, affordably-priced aftermarket Suzuki parts and accessories. We consistently beat original equipment parts prices, and we include an industry-leading free five-year limited warranty.
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Michio Suzuki was a successful Japanese businessman and inventor who decided to add automobiles to his ventures in 1937. This plan was cut short by World War II, but Suzuki pressed on in other business and resumed automotive projects in 1952. After many decades of successful auto and motorcycle production, in 1981 GM announced a partnership with Suzuki to produce small cars. American Suzuki motor Corp. began in 1986. The Chevy Sprint, the first product of this collaboration, arrived shortly afterward. The first model under it’s own name, the tiny two-door Sidekick sport-utility arrived in 1988. Suzuki would go on to forge other partnerships with Isuzu, Fiat, and Volkswagen in ensuing years.
Suzuki had a huge hit with the Samurai sport utility in the late 1980s, but reports of rollover accidents and other safety issues caused the company to develop larger models such as the Grand Vitara and XL-7.
In the 2000s and beyond Suzuki tried to reinvent its lineup with larger crossover vehicles and sedans, but could not keep up with more well-established Japanese brands. The company filed for bankruptcy in 2012 and ceased selling automobiles in the US, but still markets motorcycles, marine motors, and other small equipment.