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Suzuki Motorcycle opens Superbike showroom in Delhi

Suzuki Motorcycle opens Superbike showroom in Delhi

Snapshot: Suzuki inaugurated new Superbike Dealership in Delhi.

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In a bid to expand its network across India, Japanese two-wheel manufacturer, Suzuki Motorcycle has inaugurated a new Superbike Showroom- "Dream Suzuki" in Patel Nagar, Delhi, to cater motorcycle enthusiast who wants to see and experience premium scooter and bikes.

Suzuki’s Showrooms will showcase the newly Made-in-India Hayabusa and the entire range of Suzuki superbikes – V-Strom, GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F, Intruder M1800R as well as the ATVs - Ozark 250 and QuadSport400. The dealership will also showcase Suzuki India’s scooters & commuter motorcycles (Gixxer, Gixxer SF, Access, Hayate and Lets).
 



Mr. SATOSHI UCHIDA, MANAGING DIRECTOR, SMIPL, said “Internationally, the Suzuki brand is synonymous with technical expertise and the joy of riding. We wanted our showrooms to reflect this ethos, and therefore we created a channel to establish this concept and cater to the evolving needs of niche buyers. Through our network of World Class Showrooms, we want to make the global Suzuki experience accessible to motorcycling enthusiasts across the country.”

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