Published on Sep 12, 2017

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The Suzuki Motor Corporation is similar to the ancestor, which gave birth to it in the early twentieth century. Although it can hardly be recognized by the same company, its founder, Michio Suzuki, will not have trouble recognizing the company, which still has its family name.

At first, it was known as Suzuki Loom Company. It was located in the small seaside village of Hamamatsu, Japan. At that time in Japan had a huge silk industry, and the Suzuki Loom Company built looms. Mr. Suzuki has more than 120 patents in the technology of construction of the loom and export machine tools abroad.

Although the manufacturing company was extremely successful, Mr. Suzuki was interested in diversification. As the Japanese at that time became interested in motorized transport, Mr. Suzuki drew attention to the production of small cars. His efforts were very successful. In 1937 he began to produce his small passenger cars. Soon after the launch of the automobile industry, Japan became deeply involved in World War II. Like most production companies, Suzuki factories have turned into military equipment. After the war, Suzuki needed capital to return to what it knew about the production of looms. When the United States began to shipping cotton to Japan, the company really began to flourish. Unfortunately, it would not be long. The cotton market collapsed in 1941, and Suzuki’s initial plans for diversification were returned to operation.


After the war, the Japanese again was interested in motorized transport. While several companies offer a type of motor clip that is designed to connect to conventional bicycles, Suzuki has developed one of the first two-stroke motorized cycles known as the “power-free”, which to be developed in Japan. Cycles are inexpensive and easy to maintain and allow the driver pedals to pedal to help the engine without the aid of an engine or to allow the engine to provide total vehicle movement. The Japanese government found the concept so innovative that it offered Suzuki a financial incentive to continue research in the new motor cycle. In 1956, Suzuki Motor Corporation appeared. Since then, Suzuki has expanded into compact cars, motorcycles, ATVs, outboard engines and motorized wheelchairs.

Suzuki now maintains a full presence in the United States And American Suzuki. Suzuki’s headquarters are in Brea, California. The company is currently working with General Motors to launch various SUV and Compact cars here in the United States. In 2004, Suzuki, together with General Motors bought bankrupt Daewoo Motors.

Although the US economy is constantly shrinking, Suzuki continues to publish its profits every quarter. Moreover, by 2006, more than 100,000 cars had been sold in the United States. Suzuki Grand Vitara is responsible for the success of Suzuki in America. The Grand Vitara attracts many young, well-educated buyers who are looking for cars large enough to satisfy family life but also have a proven reputation for responsible ecology.

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