Suzuki Malaysia is returning to the local motorcycle market with the debut of six new models in Malaysia along with more than 70 experienced sales and after sales support.
The new six models debuting in Malaysia are: 2021 generation of the GSX-R1000 and GSX -R1000R super sport; the iconic Katana; the GSX-S750; V-STROM 650XT sport adventure tourer; and SV650 street bike.
Suzuki Malaysia has released the pricing for the six models which exclude insurance, road tax and registration fees. It’s also confirmed that all the Suzuki motorcycles will come with a 2-year or 20,000km standard warranty (whichever comes first). The above 6 models are available at Suzuki Big Bike World while Suzuki Station Plus will have GSX-S750, V-Strom 650XT and SV650.
- Suzuki GSX-R1000 – RM99,289.00
- Suzuki GSX-R1000R – RM110,289.00
- Suzuki Katana GSX-S 1000S – RM77,989.00
- Suzuki GSX-S 750 – RM40,989.00
- Suzuki V-Strom 650XT – RM37,989.00
- Suzuki SV 650 – RM37,289.00
Taking over from Suzuki Assemblers Malaysia, Suzuki Malaysia Sdn Bhd is now the sole and exclusive importer, distributor and assembler for Suzuki Motorcycles, ATV, Spare Parts and Accessories in Malaysia. The business is being spearheaded by Group Executive Chairman – Encik Ahmad Faez bin Tan Sri Yahaya and led by Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Jeffrey Lim, the General Manager and Director of Suzuki Malaysia Sdn Bhd. Together, the management team has more than 33 years’ experience in the motorcycle industry to support the Suzuki brand.
“This is an exciting new beginning for Suzuki. We are not just back, but we are here with an even bigger commitment, one that will not only offer customers the very latest and most advanced motorcycles Suzuki has to offer but to elevate their riding and ownership experience to an even higher level,” says Yang Berbahagia Dato’ Jeffrey Lim, the General Manager and Director of Suzuki Malaysia Sdn Bhd.
“Suzuki Malaysia will have three categories of dealers to serve the market but for the time being, we are commencing the business by selling the fully CBU models. We will be announcing more exciting range of products soon,” Encik Ahmad Faez reveals.
Suzuki Malaysia Sdn Bhd has confirmed with the media that there is 3 categories of dealer’s network in Malaysia. They are:
Suzuki Big Bike World
This is a Suzuki Exclusive Concept Shop and dealers under this category will have full fledge showrooms which display and sell complete range of Suzuki motorcycles.
Under Suzuki Big Bike World, these Elite dealers are the cream of Suzuki dealership, which offer excellent customer service and proficient sales advisors who are experienced to furnish all aspects of the machines to the customers.
Suzuki Station Plus
This category of dealers are located strategically nationwide and they have the product knowledge to help customers in choosing the suitable Suzuki models that meeting their requirement and budget. Suzuki Station Plus dealers will sell Suzuki models up to 800cc. (Engine category is subject to review)
This category of dealers will have wider network coverage and serve the mass market. The dealers will target at budget conscious customers who are looking for economical motorcycle for commuting purposes.
Suzuki Station dealers are selling Suzuki models up to 250cc.
Apart from that, the company also reassured Suzuki rider in Malaysia is getting the best aftersales support to ensure their machines will be in the optimum condition. There will be two type of service centers for Malaysians to visit:
Suzuki Exclusive Service Centre
Dedicated to provide complete aftersales service to all Suzuki models, all Suzuki Exclusive Service Centres will be handled by experienced and well-trained Suzuki technicians in order to provide the best care for all Suzuki models.
The Centres are also well equipped with a complete facility, tools and equipment, all in a spacious and conducive Service Centre environment.
Suzuki Service Corner
Similar to Suzuki Exclusive Service Centres albeit at a smaller scale, the Suzuki Service Corner is targeted to ensure more accessibility by the customers at numerous locations.
Workshop under this category will have a portion of their existing service area to service Suzuki motorcycles, with competent technicians and well versed on the products.
The strong aftersales support will also include the necessary network of spare part stockists throughout the nation as per quoted by Encik Ahmad Faez.
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