With six production plants overseas and sales in 187 countries, Suzuki is a top manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles, ATVs and marine engines. The company was incorporated in 1920 as Suzuki Loom Works, but quickly grew and developed the "Power Free," a motorized bicycle with a two-stroke engine in 1953. Gaining recognition with their innovative engine, Suzuki launched their first mass-produced vehicle in 1955. In 1963, Suzuki introduced their motorcycle lineup to the U.S. and later announced their marine and all-terrain lines. The company's automobile line entered the U.S. market in 1985 and continued to grow in the marketplace.

With more than 45,000 employees and their corporate headquarters located in Hamamatsu City, Japan, Suzuki offers a wide range of products across the globe.

Suzuki Owners

Suzuki maintains a website dedicated to owners. Those that sign up for "My Suzuki" are able to keep maintenance logs, interact with other owners, find exclusive savings and search for their next Suzuki. Owners can also find information on where to service their car, view their warranty and find a dealer.

Online Tools

The Suzuki website has a variety of online tools for those searching for a new automobile. The website allows potential customers to receive a quote, locate and compare vehicles and estimate payments.

Suzuki Special Offers

Suzuki has special offers specific to the customer's area. Offers include deals on financing and leasing as well as incentives for military, graduates and previous owners.

The corporate headquarters of Suzuki are located here:

300 Takatsuka-Cho, Minami-Ku
Hamamatsu City, Japan

The automotive division of the U.S. Suzuki motor corporation is located here:

American Suzuki Motor Corporation
Automotive Division
P.O. Box 1100
Brea, CA 92822

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