Suzuki Thai President Takayuki Sugiyama introduces Ertiga at Bangkok show.
BANGKOK – Suzuki approached the 34th Bangkok International Motor Show, which opened last week and runs through April 7, riding the crest of a yearlong sales wave on the back of its successful new Swift. A hit with local buyers, the B-segment hatchback has turned Suzuki into a car brand here that is knocking on the doors of the market’s more-established players. Just a couple of years ago, Suzuki was known mostly for its range of basic and low-cost light-commercial ...
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