SOUTHFIELD, MI – American Suzuki Motor Corp. will post record sales this year and add more than 60 dealerships to its distribution network in the U.S. by 2007, a top company executive tells Ward's. Tom Carney, American Suzuki sales and marketing director, predicts deliveries will total about 85,000 in 2005. That would be an all-time high for the auto maker, besting the previous peak set in 2004 with 73,496 units. Eleven months into 2005, Suzuki sales total 69,732, up 9.1% from like-2004. ...
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