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  1. Suzuki Motorcycle aims one million sales by 2020Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 7, 2018 | The Indian Express

    The company has showcased 17 models in the Auto Expo here across scooter, motorcycle and big bike segments. Suzuki Motorcycle India , the wholly-owned two-wheeler arm of Suzuki Motor Corp, is aiming to achieve one million units annual sales by 2020.

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  2. Auto Expo 2018 Suzuki Burgman Street Break Covers at Auto Expo 2018Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 6, 2018 | India.com

    Suzuki Motorcycle, a well known Japanese bike manufacturer has finally launched the new Burgman Street maxi-scooter in the domestic market today at the ongoing Delhi Motor Show. The 125cc scooter has been spied number of times while testing in India ahead of its India launch.

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  3. Scooter sales get a major boost from rural IndiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 23, 2018 | Rediff.com

    In first 9 months of FY18, scooter sales grew by 18.5%, the number may jump further as more women join workforce The next leg of "scooterisation" of the Indian two-wheeler market will come from rural and semi-urban pockets, with scooters evolving as the preferred vehicle of commute for residents of these areas. Scooters have been outpacing the overall two-wheeler industry growth rate for sometime, and now major players say that growth in the rural areas has picked up too.

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  4. Suzuki Intruder 150 vs Bajaj Avenger 150 StreetRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | The Times of India

    The entry-level cruiser segment had only two choices in the Indian market -- the Bajaj Avenger and the Royal Enfield Thunderbird -- until Suzuki Motorcycle India entered the category with its . The new motorcycle directly rivals the cheapest cruiser available in the country which is the Bajaj Avenger 150 Street.

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  5. October 2017 Two Wheeler Sales Report - Hero, Honda, Bajaj, TVS, Royal Enfield, SuzukiRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2017 | India Auto News

    The festive month of October saw increased two wheeler sales with most bike makers posting positive results. Royal Enfield, Honda, TVS and Suzuki posted increased sales growth though Honda sales dipped 5.22% while Hero dipped by 4.83%.

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  6. Suzuki motorcycles ride into India on Maruti's backboneRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 29, 2017 | Rediff.com

    Most of the engines used by Suzuki's two-wheelers in India are manufactured by Maruti at its Manesar plant. Suzuki Motor Corporation, which owns the country's biggest carmaker, is effectively using the strengths of Maruti to expand its two-wheeler business in the world's largest market and is moving towards sustained profitability.

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  7. Suzuki Intruder 150 cruiser leaks online ahead of India launch on November 7Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 28, 2017 | India Auto News

    Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited is quietly preparing to launch a brand new compact cruiser early next month. An image of the motorcycle has been leaked online, giving us a clear idea about the styling and identity.

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  8. Nissan cuts vehicle prices by up to 3 pcRead the original story

    Jul 6, 2017 | Mydigitalfc.com

    Japanese automaker Nissan today announced reduction in prices of its vehicles, including Datsun brand, by an average of 3 percent to pass on the GST benefit to customers. Ex-showroom prices of the company's products have been reduced by an average of 3 percent, depending on city and model specification, Nissan Motor India said in a statement.

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  9. It's raining rebates in MotownRead the original story

    Jul 5, 2017 | Mydigitalfc.com

    If you have been dreaming of buying a high-end luxury personal vehicle, probably, it's the right time to visit your nearest car showroom across the country. As part of the bonanza to pass on the goods and services tax benefits to customers, most companies have reduced prices of their vehicles and many more are in the process to do the same.

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  10. Tata Motors, Renault cut prices to pass on GST benefitRead the original story

    Jul 5, 2017 | Mydigitalfc.com

    Auto majors Tata Motors and Renault India today reduced prices of passenger vehicles by up to Rs 2.17 lakh, passing on GST benefits to customers. Tata Motors has cut passenger vehicle prices between Rs 3,300 and Rs 2.17 lakh while Renault's price reduction ranges from Rs 5,200 to Rs 1.04 lakh.

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  11. GST Effect: Honda, Ford, TVS, Suzuki Motorcycle Cut Vehicle PricesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 4, 2017 | Outlook

    Passing on to customers the benefits under the new GST regime, automakers today announced price cuts ranging from Rs 350 in case of two-wheelers to Rs 3 lakh on Ford's SUV Endeavour. Honda Cars India, Ford as well as two-wheeler makers TVS Motor Company, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India and Suzuki Motorcycle -- all announced rate cuts arising out of the introduction of Goods and Services Tax from July 1. With the overall tax incidence on many of its car models coming down under GST, Honda Cars India Ltd cut prices by up to Rs 1.31 lakh with immediate effect to pass on the benefit to consumers.

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  12. GST benefit: Honda, Ford, TVS, Suzuki cut pricesRead the original story

    Jul 3, 2017 | Mydigitalfc.com

    Passing on to customers the benefits under the new GST regime, automakers on Monday announced price cuts ranging from Rs 350 in case of two-wheelers to Rs 3 lakh on Ford's SUV Endeavour. Honda Cars India, Ford as well as two-wheeler makers TVS Motor Company, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India and Suzuki Motorcycle -- all announced rate cuts arising out of the introduction of goods and services tax from July 1. With the overall tax incidence on many of its car models coming down under GST, Honda Cars India cut prices by up to Rs 1.31 lakh with immediate effect to pass on the benefit to consumers.

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