SAN ANTONIO – For American Suzuki Motor Corp., this decade has been one of missed sales targets and executive upheavals. But the small-volume Japanese auto maker is hoping all-new products will help remedy the situation. Early in the decade, Suzuki set forth its “3-5-7” plan to triple its U.S. sales to 200,000 units annually in a 5-year period ending in 2007. The auto maker, while seeing strong growth mid-decade, missed its target by nearly half, selling just 101,884 vehicles last ...
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