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The 2015 Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show got underway yesterday at the shiny new Indonesian Convention and Exhibition centre in B...
Vehicle sales ended the first half of CY2015 down 11%, due mostly to a tax rise for Kei-models. Yet not every OEM is suffering. Mazda was up...
The Thai government has identified electric vehicles (EVs) as the next growth segment for its automotive industry and looks to be in the process of developing a comprehensive strategy to attract investment in this sector.
Don't let the vanilla styling make you overlook the importance of the Celerio hatchback for Suzuki in Europe. The days of this brand being a body-on-frame SUV specialist are over, and multiple additional cars and crossovers are in the product pipeline.
As a car brand, Suzuki is not one of the big beasts of the auto industry. It's something of a niche player but is now planning to cement its position in key niches, says Dave Leggett.
Certain new and accelerating trends are revealed for the European passenger car market in the latest figures issued by ACEA.
Keno Kato is corporate vice president of Global Product Strategy and Product Planning for Nissan and Infiniti. Glenn Brooks recently met him and took the opportunity to ask a variety of questions concerning future model plans.
PSA Peugeot Citroen recently inked a partnership with Agromash Holding, for the assembly and distribution of the French automaker's passenger cars and LCVs in Kazakhstan. Simon Warburton was in contact with the trailer and agricultural machinery manufacturer based in the huge country on Russia's southern border.
Suzuki Motor's position in India and other markets is under serious threat from Toyota's buyout of rival Daihatsu, Suzuki's president has said.
Suzuki Motor unveiled the all-new Ignis compact crossover vehicle this week, with sales in Japan scheduled to begin in mid-February.
Reports in Japan this week suggested that Toyota and Suzuki are in talks to collaborate in the manufacture of compact and small cars for emerging markets, including India and South-east Asia.
New vehicle sales in Japan fell by 14.5% to 369,460 units in December, from 431,919 units a year earlier, according to registration data released by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA).
Suzuki Motor Corporation shareholders voted in favour of plans to produce vehicles at the automaker's newly established, wholly owned vehicle manufacturing subsidiary in India, separate from the existing Maruti Suzuki joint venture.
Proxy advisory firm Stakeholders Empowerment Services (SES) has termed the proposed contract manufacturing deal between Maruti Suzuki and parent Suzuki Motor as favourable to the minority shareholder of the Indian carmaker in contrast to Institutional Investor Advisory Services (IiAS) which recommended its clients to vote against the proposal, under which a wholly owned unit of the Japanese automaker would produce cars and supply to Maruti.
Akebono Brake Industry has made the following personnel changes, which took effect on 1 and 4 November.
Suzuki plans to launch the latest Vitara in China on 30 November.
New vehicle sales in Japan continued to fall in September, by 7.6% to 479,375 units from 518,772 units in the same month of last year, according to data released by the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA).
Maruti Suzuki has raised the monthly wages of temporary workers at its Manesar and Gurgaon plants, including Suzuki Powertrain, by an average of 10%.
The board of directors of Maruti Suzuki India (MSIL) has approved a contract manufacturing agreement between MSIL and parent firm Suzuki Motor's (SMC) subsidiary Suzuki Motor Gujarat (SMG), for a new plant in Gujarat.
Around 300 temporary workers at Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant protested at the weekend, demanding wage hikes similar to those given to permanent workers. Following the protests, the plant was closed for part of yesterday (27 September).
Maruti Suzuki plans to launch an investor road show in October to explain its decision to let parent firm Suzuki Motor own the plant being built in Gujarat.
Maruti Suzuki India sold 117,864 vehicles in August, growth of 6.4%. This included 106,781 units in India and 11,083 exports.
The media preview of CDMS 2015, the 18th Chengdu motor show, took place on 3 September. The following vehicles and concepts were world premieres.
A long running legal dispute between Suzuki and Volkswagen that followed an acrimonious break-up between the two former partners appears to be over, with VW being ordered to dispose of its 19.89% shareholding in Suzuki.
Suzuki Motor has announced it would launch its first full hybrid vehicle as early as next December.
Rane TRW Steering Systems Occupant Safety Division - a 50:50 joint venture between Rane group and ZF TRW - has opened an airbag manufacturing plant located near its seatbelt factory in Singaperumal Koil, Chennai.
Suzuki says that JD Power has named the Suzuki Alto 'the most dependable city car' in the 2015 UK Vehicle Dependability StudySM (VDS).
Maruti Suzuki aims to sell 4,000-5,000 units of its S-Cross per month in India but there are no export plans.
Maruti Suzuki India is billing its new S-Cross as India's first premium crossover.
Maruti Suzuki boosted July sales 20.1% year on year to 121,712 units.
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