Suzuki cars have the lowest cost of ownership, cost of operation and the price tags. This is not the only reason to go for a Suzuki car. The first step taken in safety is avoiding accidents by implementing 4-wheel-drive traction technology in all the models. Owning a Suzuki car is undoubtedly one of the smartest decisions you can make. Similarly Suzuki cars are considered to be top most in terms of reliability, durability and anticipated resale value.
Suzuki Motor Corporation a Japanese MNC headquartered in Hamamatsu, Japan specializes in manufacturing compact automobiles, 4x4 vehicles, ATVs and a variety of internal combustion engines. It is the world’s 9th largest automobile manufacturer employing over 45,000 people and 133 distributors across 192 countries. It is the second-largest manufacturer of small cars. Manufacturing the bestselling car in Japan for six out of the last seven years is a formidable achievement. That speaks for Suzuki's reputation for building long-lasting and high-quality products for over a century now. It is best known in the US market for its small cars. Kizashi is Suzuki’s most competitive product in US earning a Consumers Digest Best Buy. In J.D. Power and Associates' 2011 APEAL study Kizashi was rated as the "Highest Ranked Vehicle Appeal among Midsize Cars."
The other models are SX4 which is a sedan and a hatchback. Suzuki’s Flagship Kizashi and entry-level SX4 both come with eight airbags standard. Then there is Suzuki’s SX4 AWD Crossover which has a higher ride height and offers optional all-wheel drive. The company’s only SUV is the Grand Vitara, one of the few compact SUVs designed for off-roading. Though it offers a lower gas mileage, its ride is impressively comfortable. Suzuki sells the Equator, a pickup manufactured by Nissan based on the Frontier. Suzuki’s Volkswagen AG is the biggest shareholder in Suzuki.