The Japanese based automaker Suzuki has recently announced that even if the company will leave the United States, it will still continue its sales in Canada.
The car manufacturer has announced just a day before writing this article that it has already but, even so, the company will continue its operations in Canada and the vehicle sales there won’t be affected by the decision to leave the United States.
“Suzuki Canada, including its automotive division, remains fully open for business in Canada and will be honoring all costumer commitments”, said the Suzuki Canada senior vice president of Sales and Marketing, Bill Porter, to The Globe and Mail.
According to the Bill Porter, the Suzuki vehicles are better suited for the Canadian auto market than they are for the United States mostly because of costlier gasoline. The Canadian division of Suzuki is rebounding now, selling more than 500 vehicles for the last five months, which is representing a one percent sales increase over the first ten months of 2012. Suzuki now has about 60 dealerships across Canada.
Source: The Globe and Mail