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Suzuki Owners Manual
Suzuki is an admired world leader in high-performance automobiles, SUVs, motorcycles and ATVs. Suzuki racing machines have captured Grand Prix racing trophies and championships all over the world, from the twists and turns of Laguna Seca to the international racetracks of Grand Prix Road Racing, to the wild jumps of International Supercross. The experience and expertise that makes Suzuki synonymous with consistent performance, goes right into every vehicle we make. Whether it's to help get your kids safely to school—or to compete at 210 mph on the MotoGP Grand Prix circuit. At Suzuki, we race to learn. We just happen to learn very, very fast.
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The Suzuki Swift began as a marketing and manufacturing rebadge of the Suzuki Cultus, a supermini manufactured and marketed worldwide across three generations and four body configurations - 3-door hatchback, 4-door sedan, 5-door hatchback and 2-door convertible - and using the Suzuki G engine family. The Suzuki Swift is a compact car that's based on a fresh approach to design and development, delivers a driver and passenger experience that's aimed at placing it in a class of its win, and has true worldwide appeal. It is the beginning of Suzuki's world-strategy. The Swift embodies a, globally oriented approach to Suzuki car-making. From the very beginning of the Swift's development programme, a dedicated team of Suzuki designers and engineers collaborated extensively with European automotive professionals and ordinary motoring enthusiasts in pursuit of Suzuki's best compact car ever. But the Suzuki Swift is not merely a European-inspired compact car built to Suzuki standards; it's a whole departure in Suzuki design; one that embodies the unique DNA of a company whose success as a compact-car developer is paralleled by a position as the world's top motorcycle brand. The Swift is more eye-catching, more spacious, more refined, more user-friendly, and a whole lot more enjoyable to drive than anything else in the compact-car category. And it gives an exciting glimpse of the ideas and design approaches that will shape Suzuki models in years to come.
The Suzuki Vitara (known as Sidekick in North America, and Suzuki Escudo) is SUV manufactured by Japanese automaker Suzuki. In North America it is known as a joint venture between Suzuki and General Motors known as CAMI (Chevrolet Tracker). The vehicle was a follow-up to the popular SJ413 and Samurai.
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