Suzuki Motor Corp. vehicles sold in Japan will be offered Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.’s Carwings telematics service. Carwings is billed by Nissan as the first comprehensive telematics system that integrates car, cell phone and personal computer technologies to provide operator-assisted or automatic services. It debuted in March 2002 in Japan on Nissan’s March small passenger car. It now has spread to all seven Nissan model lines there. Suzuki has not yet decided which of its models will ...

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