A three-year factory modernization program has been successfully concluded at Magyar Suzuki Corporation. Modernization was becoming timely for the plant, which has been in operation for 25 years, so that the Esztergom facility could fulfill the requirements of an increasingly diversified production and export to 128 countries without compromise, said the newly appointed Managing Director of Magyar Suzuki Corporation, Mr Yoshinobu Abe, at his first press conference in Hungary.
Merkantil Bank Zrt and Magyar Suzuki Corporation have signed a 7-year agreement to provide car purchase financing for customers. Under the agreement, Merkantil Bank will provide financing plans on highly advantageous conditions for customers buying Suzuki vehicles in a program, brand-named “Suzuki Finanszírozás” (Suzuki Financing).
In a ceremony today, Executive General Manager of Magyar Suzuki Corporation Róbert Krisztián, also a member of MSC’s board of directors and CEO of Rail Cargo Hungaria Ltd. and chairman of its board of directors Imre Kovács sent off the 4,000th block train carrying Suzuki cars manufactured in Esztergom for exports. Launched on the 25th anniversary of the departure of the first Suzuki train, the 20 special wagons now carry 200 Suzuki vehicles to Zeebrugge, Belgium, and from there, the cars will continue their journey to several countries across the globe.
Suzuki’s entire model portfolio was on display next to Miskolc at Szabó Suzuki’s impressive new showroom, on the official opening day last Friday. In the increasingly expanding network of brand dealers, Szabó Suzuki in Miskolc is the third unit to open in Hungary this year.
Suzuki Motor Corporation made two major announcements today, at the 2016 Paris Motor Show. One was the European premiere of the new IGNIS compact crossover, which aims to deliver a stylish exterior design combined with versatile functionality. The other was the announcement of Suzukis new direction for its ALLGRIP four-wheel drive technology.
With the new Ignis joining its line-up of four-wheel drive vehicles, Suzuki carefully reflected on its years of success in developing four-wheel drive technologies and decided to group them together under the ALLGRIP name to bring their value to a broader audience.
Suzuki Motor Corporation is proud to exhibit the new SX4 S-CROSS facelift model, which blends hatchback design with SUV taste, at this years Paris Motor Show. As the successor to the SX4, which went on sale in 2006, the SX4 S-CROSS takes design, utility, drivability, and environmental performance to whole new levels.
The new Ignis is a compact crossover designed to offer a stylish exterior along with versatile functionality that is convenient and easy to use. Its new styling features strong presence that skillfully blends a fresh new look with elements that remain true to its Suzuki heritage.