3.5 million Suzuki models were made in about 30 years to 123 countries at the Esztergom plant of the Japanese subsidiary. The international automotive company has come a long way in Hungary from its 1991’s beginnings to the jubilee reached recently, having been the first company to bring car production back to Hungary after half a century, becoming the 10th largest company in the country for today. The 3.5 millionth car was a hybrid version from the audience-favourite Vitara model. The company is producing exclusively Vitara and SX4 S-CROSS models equipped with the new 48V ISG technology for the European Union countries including Hungary in 2020.
Suzuki has launched a facelift model of its sporty compact hatchback, the Swift. Updates include sporty exterior enhancements, a fuel efficiency enhanced powertrain, and additional smart safety features.
Suzuki has launched the new ACROSS, a robust and sporty SUV equipped with a sophisticated Plug-in Hybrid system and E-Four electronic 4x4, delivering uncompromising performance and efficiency with the capability and styling of a full-fledged modern SUV.
Suzuki aims at developing vehicles which are more environmentally conscious and more economic both in production and operation, keeping the principle of sustainability in mind. Besides Magyar Suzuki’s continuous optimization of its operation along these principles, Suzuki community pays special attention to collecting hazardous waste. With the collaboration of colleagues, organized waste collection has been going on for years, the results of which are always summarized on the occasion of the World Environment Day.
The company announced its 2019 business results. - In 2019 Magyar Suzuki sold 194.447 vehicles in 123 countries, with this, the company increased its sales by 13,13 percent compared to the year before. Altogether 185 002 Esztergom made passenger cars – 133 515 Vitara models and 51 487 SX4 S-CROSS models – found an owner in 2019. Last year, the company led the domestic car market with a confident 16,32% share, by this dominating domestic new car sales for the fourth year in a row. Magyar Suzuki Corporation closed 2019 with a 2409,6 million EUR net revenue.