GROSSE POINTE, MI – The downturn in the U.S. auto industry has thrown a wrench into Suzuki Motor Corp.’s plans to bring its subcompact Swift model to the U.S. The vehicle had been set to arrive next year, but Gene Brown, American Suzuki Motor Corp. vice president-marketing and public relations, now says “probably not.” Says Brown: “Everybody has sort of had to take stock on what our future launch plans will look like. We’re in the process of evaluating that ourselves. As a result, we’re ...

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