The company said that 31,421 vehicles have been sold in the domestic market while 2,991 vehicles have been exported. Commenting on the sales performance, Koichiro Heera, managing director of Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd, said the business is slowly coming back on track with the unlock.
The company has been successful in improving the production, sale or supply chain of vehicles. Taking precaution against the corona virus, all government guidelines are being followed. All kinds of safety measures are being adopted in production plants to avoid company infection.
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Let us tell you that Suzuki Motorcycle has recently produced 50 lakhs units from Gurugram plant. After the implementation of BS6 standards, the company has increased the price of all its BS6 bikes and scooters. This increase has been made between Rs 4-10 thousand.
Suzuki has increased the price of BS6 models of Gixxer 150, Gixxer 250, Bergman Street, Access 125 and Intruder 150. This increase has been made for the increased cost of BS6 vehicles.
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Recently the company has filed a patent for the 250 cc model of the Intruder. Patented photos of this bike were released on the Internet. The company has not announced the date of manufacture and launch of the Intruder 250.
It is said that this bike will be made in India and will be exported from outside the country too. Suzuki has also patented an electric scooter. It is reported that this scooter will be launched in 2021.