NEW YORK – Suzuki Motor Corp., a niche player in the U.S., says it will grow into the mainstream in the next five years through nine new product introductions – and it wants to do it as independently as possible. "This is a major turning point for Suzuki," says Hirotaka Ono, Suzuki executive general manager and board member. All nine vehicles will be sold exclusively by Suzuki in the North American market. That doesn’t mean Suzuki won’t take a little help from its alliance partners. Its ...
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