CopyPastehas never been so tasty!

Suzuki Burlington Car Service: Going on in the Sector

by clintmoore

  • 0
  • 0
  • 0

Suzuki in the USA just recently called it quits when it filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy to reform its business, with the objective of focusing on ATVs and motorcycles instead. This came as a bit of a shock for Suzuki owners and some experts, but not so much for others. Is a malificent cloud towering above Suzuki owners in Canada?

The situation's not the same in Canada, claims Bill Porter, Suzuki's senior vice president for auto sales and marketing. As a matter of fact, the Japanese maker of compact and fuel-efficient cars has been advancing much better in Canada than in the USA. It appears like auto dealerships geared up with Burlington car service will remain to sell Suzuki autos well into the future. The prospect of a huge restructuring never ever crossed Suzuki Canada's thoughts--and it intends to keep it that way.

In a Globe and Mail report, Suzuki Canada's automobile sales went up by 28 percent from the previous month, permitting it to recover from its losses last year. With over 60 Suzuki providers in Canada, the business ensured its consumers that services will continue in spite of its loss in the U.S. sector. It is great news, without a doubt, and Suzuki owners wish to remain hopeful.

In a statement, Porter also mentioned that the company had recently given the Grand Vitara and SX4 compact a huge facelift. According to Porter, these 2 cars are still going strong in the Canadian auto trade along with the SX4 sedan version. The way Porter sees the scenario, Suzuki Canada is far from fading.

With this encouraging declaration, there's no need to dash to Burlington car dealerships to purchase the last of the Suzuki vehicles. In fact, the U.S. seems to be the only Suzuki automobile field detrimentally affected by low sales. The vehicles will remain to be offered in other parts of the globe, like in Japan. On the other hand, Quebec is a prime target market for the business in Canada, but Ontario will not be left out of what's new with Suzuki.

Not convincing? You can have a look at the interview with Porter by seeing the article at You can also peruse a related chronicle regarding the state of Suzuki Canada at

Add A Comment: