Suzuki celebrates fourth consecutive month of record sales

The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) confirmed that Suzuki was the best-selling passenger car brand in April.

With the stellar month over, Suzuki is now firmly entrenched in third place in overall sales, behind Toyota (including the Lexus and Hino brands) and Volkswagen (including Audi).

“In March, we welcomed the all-new Celerio, one of South Africa’s most affordable and fuel-efficient cars. This has further strengthened our range of vehicles which are all designed and specified to deliver the best specification and performance for your hard-earned money, with Suzuki’s proven Japanese quality and durability,” said Henno Havenga, Automotive Dealership Sales Manager. at Suzuki Auto. South Africa.

“We have been able to secure a significant flow of new vehicle shipments from overseas and are confident that we will be able to shorten our waiting lists and welcome more customers into the fold. This applies both the Celerio, of which we had limited stock in our launch month, and our other popular models such as the Swift, Jimny, Vitara Brezza and Baleno.

Havenga said all of Suzuki’s sales channels did extremely well in April. The dealer network sold 2,855 units, down a few units from last month’s record of 2,933 units. Suzuki’s fleet and rental division sold 839 units, with many large fleet customer orders on the way.

“There are many more exciting things to come for Suzuki. We have started delivering the new Suzuki Jimny in GL specification to enthusiastic customers and will soon launch the all-new Baleno, which we introduced to the world in February,” said Havenga.

“There are several more Suzuki surprises behind the scenes and we look forward to sharing them with our dealer network and our South African Suzuki family.”

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