Suzuki had rolled out the 5 millionth vehicle in July 2020
It took even less than 6 months to produce 1 million units
Suzuki's latest launch in India was the all-new Avenis scooter
Suzuki Motorcycle India has announced that it has rolled out the 6 millionth vehicle from the Kherki Dhaula manufacturing facility in Gurugram. The 6 Millionth unit was the recently launched Avenis scooter. The company currently retails multiple products in the Indian market in the form of Access 125, Gixxer 250 & 150 series and Burgman Street. The Japanese brand had wheeled out the 5 millionth vehicle, a Gixxer SF 250, on July 13, 2020 from the Kherki Dhaula factory and it has taken less than 6 months to add the next 1 million units.
Commenting on the milestone, Mr. Satoshi Uchida, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. said, “This year marks the completion of Suzuki Motorcycle India’s 15 years in the country. It is indeed heartening to also announce the roll out of our 6 millionth Suzuki two-wheeler product in India from our Gurugram plant. We are grateful to all our customers for their trust and loyalty that they have shown in the brand. I would also like to extend my heartfelt gratitude to all our dealer partners and suppliers who have continuously supported us by ensuring and delivering the quality products and services. All these efforts helped us to retain the customers’ long-term belief in the brand, Suzuki two-wheelers."
Meanwhile, in other news, Suzuki had launched the all-new Avenis scooter in November last year at a sticker price of Rs 86,700 (Ex. Showroom, Delhi) in the Indian market. It featured Suzuki Ride Connect which was coupled with Bluetooth enabled digital console to offer turn-by-turn navigation, incoming call, SMS and WhatsApp Alert display, missed call and unread SMS alert, speed exceeding warning, phone battery level display and estimated time of arrival. "This 6 millionth milestone is a testament to our continued commitment to provide superior value to our customers in India. We are delighted that we could reach this landmark despite the challenges thrown by the second wave and the global semiconductor shortage across the world,” added Satoshi Uchida.
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