One of the most modern Suzuki showroom was opened in Jászberény, where customers are awaited on more than 800 square meters by wide range of the Japanese company’ automotive models, constant test drive opportunity and personalized offers. Suzuki opened its fifth dealership this year while dominantly leading the market – according to sales data of the last 10 months.
Family Day of Magyar Suzuki Corporation – which has become a so called tradition by now - closed with success this year as well. While last year, with 1040 people, Suzuki set up a new record for the longest ’human train’ in Hungary, this year their employees and their relatives have demonstrated their commitment to environmental protection. After completing the Green Expedition consisting of 5 stations more than 7,000 participants received coupons that can be exchanged to green plants next spring. These will be jointly planted in the nearby roundabout to establish Suzuki Ring, the latest Esztergom spectacle.
The Vitara series debuted in 1988 as a pioneer in the compact SUV category and is highly regarded for its stylish design, compact manoeuvrability, comfort on-road driving and authentic all-terrain performance. 2018 marks its 30th anniversary. Magyar Suzuki Corporation announced an extended warranty programme for the new, Hungarian-produced, upgraded Vitara, successor of the market leader; and also for S-Cross models with 1.0 and 1.4 Boosterjet engine.
We do not need to wait for long for the renewed Vitara as the upgraded model will be available for Hungarian customer from fall. New Vitara is a stylish and exciting offspring of its ancestor: the most popular model in Hungary and Suzuki’s latest success contains numerous new safety features.
Magyar Suzuki Corporation hosts SUZUKI WORLD RECORD DAY on 9th June at Hungaroring where the final goal is to set a Guinness World Record. The full-day event is free and all Suzuki motorbike riders are welcome.
Exceeding previous year’s results by the sales of 15,161 units, Magyar Suzuki Corporation kept its market leader position and increased market share to 13,04% at the Hungarian passenger car market in 2017. The company sold altogether 178,624 units of its own produced vehicles Vitara and SCROSS, and sales covered 13,211 cars (wholesales) for domestic and 165,413 cars for the export markets. Vitara, the Esztergom made flag-ship model with 9,417 units sold at the domestic market has been the engine of the success, while the company achieved a 212% rise in the sales of imported models with 3107 units sold. Magyar Suzuki Corporation’s total net sales revenue reached EUR 2101.2 million by the end of fiscal year 2017.
The “Then and Now” Vehicle Expo is presenting the most special vehicles of the present and the past at Nagy-Duna Alley, Esztergom for the third time this year. Magyar Suzuki Corporation, name sponsor of the event, is taking a step beyond reality to give visitors a special experience in the realm of Virtual Reality (VR).
Puskás-Suzuki Cup now has a roster of eight teams—the world-renowned Brazilian team Flamengo enters the field as the first team from South America, and KRC Genk, who already participated two years ago, will also join the six teams from last season on the field in Felcsút, between 17 and 21 May.
FX Autóház Kft., member of Nyitrai Group present in four South Transdanubian cities, has opened its second showroom in Pécs. The new dealership offers Suzuki’s full model range and a wide array of services to reinforce the brand at the seat of Baranya county. This is the 76th Hungarian dealership of Magyar Suzuki Corporation ranking first on new car sales lists well ahead of its competitors also in Q1 2018.
Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) and Suzuki Motor Corporation (Suzuki) have concluded a basic agreement toward the mutual supply of hybrid and other vehicles between the two companies for the Indian market.
Magyar Suzuki Corporation delivers custom-made mini cars to support the road safety education of children from 6 to 12 years of age. The mini Vitara models, specifically manufactured for this purpose, will be first available to elementary students in the Children’s Car Traffic Park of Esztergom, opening on the 30th of March. The aim of this local initiative is to enable the youngest generation to acquire the essential traffic and accident prevention skills.
As the head of a consortium, Magyar Suzuki Corporation has launched a new multiannual research & development program sponsored by the European Regional Development Fund. The GINOP-2.2.1-15-2016-00015 project aims to develop the R&D&I cooperation between universities, research facilities and the company’s suppliers to cultivate new scientific results, market-ready products, services and technologies with higher added value, and to build their first prototypes. The project’s overall budget of 5.308 billion HUF has two sources: a self-funded portion of 2.712 billion HUF and another 2.596 billion HUF granted by the Széchenyi 2020 program.
Iniciál Autóház Kft. which is already present in 4 cities in the Transdanubia region opened its first Suzuki dealership. The new showroom in Sopron welcomes new and existing customers with a complete range of Suzuki models and a wide offering of services. Already firmly on the top of the 2018 new car sales charts, Suzuki is expanding its extensive domestic network in the Western Hungarian region with the new Sopron showroom.
With its 1,281 registered cars and 14.41% market share, Suzuki was the absolute winner in the Hungarian vehicle market this January. The Vitara, with 718 units sold, remains the top-selling model in the first month of the year.
Suzuki today held a press conference at the Düsseldorf Boat Show to proudly introduce the NEW DF325A – an outboard that perfectly balances awesome power and thrust, with outstanding fuel-efficiency and trusted reliability all within a lightweight and stylish design.
Exceeding 2016 year’s results, Suzuki registered 15161 cars in 2017 setting a new record in Hungary and increasing its market share to 13,04% in the Hungarian passenger car market leading overall passenger car sales in Hungary. With the new Ignis and Swift added to the commercial offering, this great performance can be primarily attributed to the sales of popular locally manufactured models as well as growing fleet sales.