1967 Suzuki B120. (source: E-Tabitha)
In 1920, privately owned Suzuki Loom Works is reorganized into Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Co. capitalized at 500,000 Yen with only one goal in mind - build better, user-friendly weaving looms.
Micho Suzuki is elected president. Suziki's sale focus was to produce textile looms that would surpass the innovation and quality of other competitors.
Suzuki created a new type of motor vehicle, a motorized bicycle called the "Power Free". This motorized bicycle featured a 36cc two-stroke engine with a double sprocket gear system that enabled the rider to pedal with the engine assisting, pedal without the engine assisting, or disconnect the pedals and run on engine power alone.
Susuki's first mass produced car. the Suzukilight, was a technical marvel. It included radical innovations for the time, such as front-wheel drive, four-wheel suspension, and rack-and-pinion steering.
Suzuki brings its innovative motorcycle to the United States, giving riders new levels of value and reliability. a fast growing line enables them to become a major player in the motorcycle market.
Suzuki takes the lead in the all-terrain vehicla market by introducing the first four-wheeled ATV, the Quad Runner LT125.
Suzki introduces its automotive line to the United States, with the arrival of the Samurai.
Suzuki becomes the "fastest growing Japanese auto company in America" for 2000 (reported by Automotive News).
America's first affordable seven passenger SUV arrives. The Suzuki XL-7.
The launch of the Verona and Forenza sedans are exciting additions to Suzuki's full line of SUVs and cars.
Suzuki continues to grow. The versatile Reno and the fully loaded Forenza Wagon are the latest additions.
The Grand Vitara arrives.
The all-new XL7 is the first Suzuki designed exclusively for the North American Market.
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