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Suzuki will stop selling cars in Canada

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Suzuki announced it will stop selling cars in Canada after the 2014 model year and will focus on its motorcycle, ATV and marine business.

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Suzuki has 55 dealers in Canada but it sold only 5,500 cars last year and its sales dropped 30 per cent in the first two months of this year over the same time last year. The company will honour all warranties as it focuses on other businesses.

In November last year the company announced it will stop selling cars in the U.S. market and keep motorcycle, All-Terrain Vehicles and boat motors businesses. American Suzuki Motor Corporation, the company' U.S. arm, filled for bankruptcy protection. American Suzuki Motor Corporation, the company' U.S. arm, filled for bankruptcy protection but Canadian won't do that, according to reports.

In the U.S. the company changed its U.S. automobile dealer sales network into a network of authorized service and parts dealers, allowing the company to honor all warranties and make service and parts available to U.S.customers.


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