Suzuki India officials with the 1 millionth two wheeler – New Access 2024Suzuki Motorcycle India Production Milestone Growth Trajectory: From 2006 to 1 Million in FY 2023-24Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL) celebrates a monumental achievement: producing 1 million two-wheelers in FY 2023-24. This feat demonstrates SMIPL’s commitment to excellence and innovation. The Suzuki Access, a popular model, marked this milestone at the Kherki Dhaula plant in Gurugram.Since its establishment in February 2006, SMIPL has steadily expanded its presence in the industry. This accomplishment strengthens the company’s dedication to delivering high-quality, reliable, and innovative two-wheelers to riders. The future of Indian two-wheeler industry looks promising, with opportunities for innovation, sustainability, and technological advancement driving growth and competitiveness in the market.Customer Expectations Met: SMIPL’s PromiseExceeding the annual production capacity within a year is remarkable. SMIPL has surpassed its original installed capacity of 1 million units per year to meet rising demand. The workforce and engineers displayed exceptional ingenuity and commitment to achieve this milestone.An achievement that reflects SMIPL’s unwavering commitment to meeting customer expectations. The company prioritises both demand and quality standards associated with the Suzuki brand. Gratitude is extended to employees and business associates for their continuous support. Emergence of digital technologies is transforming the way customers interact with brands and make purchasing decisions. Companies are leveraging digital platforms for marketing, sales, and customer service, enhancing the overall consumer experience.Suzuki India officials with the 1 millionth two wheeler – New Access 2024India’s Two-Wheeler Future: OpportunitiesSMIPL’s success is a testament to its adaptability and responsiveness to market demands. The company remains dedicated to meeting the evolving needs of customers. This milestone further solidifies SMIPL’s position as a leader in the two-wheeler industry.Focus on quality and innovation continues to drive its growth and success. SMIPL is poised to capitalise on future opportunities and challenges in the industry. Commitment to delivering excellence remains unwavering. As Suzuki Motorcycle India celebrates this significant milestone, it acknowledges the collective efforts of its workforce and partners. Together, they have contributed to the company’s success and growth. SMIPL looks forward to continued collaboration and success in the future.Beyond Numbers: SMIPL’s Million-Dollar MilestoneAchieving the Suzuki Motorcycle India production milestone of 1 million two-wheelers within a year highlights SMIPL’s operational efficiency and dedication to customer satisfaction. The company is keen on delivering exceptional products and experiences to its customers.In India’s competitive two-wheeler space, technological advancements and changing consumer preferences continue to shape the industry landscape. With the rise of electric vehicles and increasing focus on sustainability, manufacturers are exploring innovative solutions to stay ahead. Companies like Suzuki Motorcycle India are investing in research and development to introduce eco-friendly options and cater to the evolving needs of customers.Sustainable Solutions: SMIPL’s Next Frontier?Furthermore, the expansion of urbanisation and the growing middle-class population present significant growth opportunities for the two-wheeler market. As cities become more congested, there’s a greater demand for compact and efficient modes of transportation, driving the sales of motorcycles and scooters.Moreover, with the government’s emphasis on promoting electric mobility and reducing carbon emissions, there’s a growing impetus for manufacturers to invest in electric two-wheelers. This shift towards cleaner alternatives is expected to revolutionise the industry and create new avenues for growth and innovation. More
Suzuki Gixxer : Image – BLazeR9This is not the first time the Gixxer 250s have been recalled – They had also been recalled back in April 2021 over excessive vibration issueCurrently Suzuki’s flagship mainstream offering, the 250cc lineup includes three distinctly different motorcycles. The street naked is called Gixxer 250, its fully faired counterpart is called Gixxer SF 250 and there is an ADV style offering based on this platform called V-Strom SX 250. All three of these motorcycles have been subjected to a recall.Suzuki 250cc Bikes RecalledThe Japanese brand is busy with damage control as its 250cc lineup in India has been diagnosed with a few powertrain issues. Especially in its cam area. Since all three of the aforementioned motorcycles use the same 249cc engine, all three have been subjected to a recall.The issue is that there has been abnormal wear of exhaust cam lobes discovered with certain vehicles. Affected motorcycles might show sudden stalling or generate abnormal noises. Hence the company has issued a recall for Gixxer 250, Gixxer SF 250 and V-Strom SX 250.Suzuki dealerships across India are currently on the verge of pin-pointing affected motorcycles or their batches. Dealerships will contact affected motorcycle owners for a service appointment at their nearest service centre. Suzuki will replace the parts at no expense on the owner’s tab.Suzuki Gixxer SF 250There are many reasons that could have caused this issue. However, Suzuki has not revealed any concrete reasoning regarding what caused this abnormal wear of exhaust cam lobes. Nor did Suzuki reveal sample size affected by this recall, or the number of batches affected.Suzuki 250cc motorcycles in IndiaIf you discount the recent updates for Gixxer siblings, V-Strom SX 250 is the newest among these three motorcycles. V-Strom Suzuki launched in India is based on the very underrated Gixxer 250 platform. A lot of cycle parts have been shared between the three motorcycles. Especially the Engine and transmission. The engine even makes the same power and torque and also comes with the exact same state of tune.The 249 cc oil-cooled engine makes 26.5 PS of power and 22.2 Nm of torque. This engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission. This powertrain boasts a simpler SOHC setup with Suzuki’s famed oil cooling tech. All three motorcycles get almost similar cycle parts along with dual-channel ABS with no option to switch off ABS on the rear wheel even in V-Strom SX 250. With the February 2023 update, all three bikes also share their instrument clusters with similar features. More
New Suzuki Gixxer SFSuzuki Motorcycle India showed off strong presence in domestic markets even as performance globally lacked pepTwo-wheeler makers, Suzuki Motorcycle India saw YoY sales growth in December 2023 to the extent of 24.36 percent. On a MoM basis however, sales dipped by 11.03 percent when compared to sales in November 2023. These figures indicate sales both in domestic and global markets.Suzuki 2W YoY Sales December 2023In November 2023, Suzuki was in attendance at the 2023 EICMA Show with a series of new bikes. These included the GSX S1000 GX ADV and GSX-8R fully-faired machine while there was also the 25th Anniversary Edition of Hayabusa, 2024 V-Strom 650XT, 2024 GSX S950, 2024 V-Strom 800 SE and 800 DE, 2024 V-Strom 1050 DE and 1050 SE.Total sales last month stood at 79,483 units, up 24.36 percent from 63,912 units sold in December 2022. This was a volume growth of 15,571 units YoY. Taking only domestic sales into account, there was a YoY growth of 68.74 percent to 69,025 units, up from 40,905 units sold in December 2022.Volume growth stood at 28,120 units with an 86.84 percent share. In domestic market, it is the Suzuki Access scooter that has found favour among buyers in the country and is a regular feature on the list of top 10 scooter sales each month. Key models also include the Burgman Street 125, Gixxer 155 and 250 series which led to outstanding sales growth. Domestic sales constituted 86.84% of total Suzuki sales.Suzuki Sales December 2023MoM sales performance dropped across the chartsExports on the other hand dipped significantly by 54.54 percent to just 10,458 units in the past month whereas the company had shipped 23,007 units in the same month last year. Export share stood at 13.16 percent last month. On a month-on-month (MoM) basis, Suzuki sales dipped 11.03 percent to 79,483 units from 89,338 units sold in November 2023.This was a volume de-growth of 9,855 units. Domestic sales and exports showed off lower sales. Domestic sales dipped by 5.62 percent MoM to 69,025 units from 73,135 units sold in November 2023 when share percentage stood at 81.86. Exports saw an even deeper de-growth of 35.46 percent when compared to 16,203 units shipped in November 2023 relating to a 5,745 unit dip in volumes.Suzuki Sales Performance in 2023Suzuki Sales January to December 2023However, during the calendar year 2023, the company has seen positive sales through each month of except in February 2023. Sales opened at 66,205 units in Jan 2023, a YoY growth of 9.21 percent when compared to 60,623 units in Jan 2022. Feb 2023 sales fell by 10.49 percent to 52,455 units but again in March 2023 sales surged 44.02 percent to 73,069 units.This ended Q1 2023 with 1,91,729 units sold, up 12.81 percent from 1,69,960 units sold in Q1 2022. Through Q2 2023 as well, the company reported increased sales each month to end the quarter with 1,97,358 units, up 17.63 percent from 1,67,773 units sold in the same quarter of last year. H1 2023 sales also grew by 15.21 percent to 3,89,087 units from 3,37,733 units sold in H1 2022.The winning streak continued over Q3 to end the quarter with 2,47,210 units, up 25.14 percent from 1,97,549 units sold in Q3 2022. Again in Q4, sales were up 30.38 percent to 2,26,462 units from 1,73,695 units sold in Q3 2022. This ended H2 with a 27.59 percent growth to 4,73,673 units, up from 3,71,244 units sold in H2 2022. Total sales in the period January to December 2023 thus stood at 8,62,759 units, a YoY growth of 21.69 percent from 7,08,977 units sold in the same period of 2022. More
Suzuki Access 125Suzuki July 2023 Sales Zoom Past Expectations – Riding High at over 1 lakh units soldIn July 2023, Suzuki’s two-wheeler sales witnessed remarkable growth both domestically and in the international market. Total sales of 1,07,836 units marked a substantial increase of 41.46 percent compared to July 2022. This is a most robust performance. For SMIPL, domestic sales captured a dominant 74.47 percent share of its total sales.Domestic sales of Suzuki two-wheelers surged to 80,309 units, indicating an impressive year-on-year growth of 31.89 percent. This substantial increase can be attributed to several factors, including effective marketing strategies, and favourable customer sentiments for their offerings. The company’s efforts in building a strong brand image and expanding its dealer network have paid off. There has been continued demand growth for their products in the domestic market.Suzuki 2W sales July 2023Market Mastery: July 2023’s Unstoppable ForceExport sales also experienced significant growth. Suzuki shipped out 27,527 units in July 2023. This marks an impressive 79.47 percent increase compared to the same month in the previous year. Focus on exploring international markets, targeting regions with high demand for two-wheelers, and offering competitive pricing have been vital. And helped secure a considerable contribution of 25.53 percent from Suzuki’s export segment.Comparing sales data between July 2023 and June 2023, Suzuki saw month-on-month growth of 33.56 percent. Total sales increased by 27,099 units. This demonstrates the brand’s ability to sustain momentum and retain customer interest. Growth in both domestic and export sales indicates a consistent and well-executed business strategy that resonates with consumers across different regions.Wheels of Fortune: July 2023 SalesAnalysing the market share in June 2023, Suzuki enjoyed a 78.10 percent share from the domestic market. With steady sales growth, the auto manufacturer has been solidifying its position. MoM growth in the export market stood at 55.71 percent indicating potential for further expansion in the international arena.The data reflects a promising trajectory for Suzuki’s two-wheeler sales, demonstrating their ability to adapt to changing market dynamics and capitalise on emerging opportunities. The impressive year-on-year and month-on-month growth rates signal a positive outlook for the brand’s future, provided they maintain their focus on innovation, product quality, and customer-centric strategies.A Neat Feat: Suzuki July 2023 Sales at over 100KKenichi Umeda, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India said, “We are elated to have crossed 100K monthly sales mark in July. It is a testament to our commitment to our customers and their continued trust in the brand.These strong sales numbers reflect robust demand for our scooters and motorcycles in India and in the overseas markets. We express our sincere gratitude to our customers, dealer partners and our staff members who played a crucial role in achieving 100K monthly sales milestone.” More
Suzuki Motorcycle India Achieves Milestone with 70 Lakh 2Ws, Growth in Market Share Points to a Bright Future
Suzuki Motorcycle India Records Production Milestone Of 70 Lakh
Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL) has rolled out its 7 millionth 2W. A V-Strom SX in Champion Yellow No. 2 colour from its Kherki Dhaula plant. SMIPL’s sales figures are also noteworthy. Continued growth in market share is a positive indicator for the company’s future prospects and profitability.
Success of SMIPL’s business strategy in India and its growing presence is led by its scooters. In the financial year ending March 2023, SMIPL reported impressive sales figures. At record sales of 9.38 lakh units, YoY growth over FY2021-22 stood at 24.3 percent.
SMIPL Scooters Lead Its Success in the Indian Market
Suzuki heavily relies on its Access scooter model for the majority of its volumes. And has differentiated itself from competitors through the success of Burgman and Avenis scooters. These models offer modern features, sleek design, and noteworthy performance, which have helped create a niche for itself.
The highly competitive nature of the Indian market makes it difficult for companies to build market share. SMIPL’s growth can be attributed to several factors, including its new-ish and modern product lineup, quality of its products, and its growing distribution network.
Enthusiasts Await the Launch of eBurgman in India
Enthusiasts await the e-Burgman launch in India. Expected to be a significant development for the company, it’s first e-scooter in India. Electric Burgman will spearhead SMIPL’s EV growth plans to help it diversify its position in the Indian two-wheeler market.
The shift towards electric vehicles in India has already started, and the launch of the e-Burgman is a positive development for SMIPL. However, it poses some risks. The company will need to navigate the challenges of the EV market and ensure that its products are competitive and appealing to consumers.
Infrastructure and Technology Investments Required for EV Transition
Additionally, the transition to electric vehicles requires significant investments in infrastructure and technology. This will include the need for dedicated spaces to facilitate the ready availability of Honda Mobile Power Pack e-swappable batteries.
Kenichi Umeda, Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are delighted to accomplish 7 millionth production landmark. The company began its operations in February 2006 and has been delivering superior value products since its inception. This is a testimony of our commitment to India and we wish to achieve many such milestones in the future.” More
This update doesn’t change the performance figures of 2023 Hayabusa – Which are 187.3 bhp of power and 150 Nm of torque2023 Hayabusa launched in IndiaCurrently, in its third generation, Hayabusa now meets BS6 Phase II emission standards. RDE norms and E20 compatibility checkboxes are now checked and this legendary motorcycle gets equipped with OBD2 equipment as well, monitoring emissions in real time. With this update, Suzuki has offered three new colours to add a touch of excitement as well.2023 Suzuki Hayabusa Gets BS6 P2 CompliantPricing for the motorcycle is pegged at Rs. 16,90,000 (ex-sh) and can be bought from any of Suzuki’s big bike showrooms across the country. OBD2-A compliant Suzuki Hayabusa will be brought into effect from April 7th, 2023.2023 Hayabusa launched in IndiaPhase II of BS6 transition kicked in on April 1st, 2023. All complying motorcycles should now come equipped with OBD2 diagnostic tools to measure real-time emission and various engine parameters. Along with that, RDE (Real Driving Emissions) are also met, apart from lab emissions and this powertrain is now E20 compliant (20% Ethanol).Mr. Kenichi Umeda, MD, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. expressed his gratitude to fellow enthusiasts of third-generation Hayabusa in India. He explained how this legend enjoys a cult following in the motorcycling world for the way it looks and performs. Also, he proudly announced that all the units that were assembled at Gurgaon plant have sold in record time.2023 Hayabusa launched in IndiaHe further explains that this fueled them to introduce new colours to the mix with OBD2-A compliance. These new colours radiate style and sophistication and Mr. Umeda hopes they will be well-received and appreciated by the Indian motorcycling community.New Colours For The New LegendSpeaking of the new colours, they are Metallic Thunder Gray/ Candy Daring Red, Metallic Mat Black No. 2/ Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Vigor Blue/ Pearl Brilliant White. Suzuki has playfully used contrasting shades to complement the base colours.The contrast colours are found below the headlights in its fascia, lurking beneath its side fairing vents, parts of its rear subframe, seat cowl and its tail section. These add a dash of sophistication and bring a new styling quotient to Suzuki Hayabusa.2023 Hayabusa launched in IndiaWho Does Hayabusa Rival?The 1340cc inline-four motor with 187.3 bhp of power at 9700 RPM and 150 Nm of torque at 7000 RPM. Third-gen Hayabusa tips the scale at 266 kg, making it quite a chore to maneuver in the city. That said, this peregrine falcon is not meant to be caged in the city, it is meant to be unleashed on the highway for power-packed mile-munching.Sure, the performance numbers are slightly lower than second-gen and weight has gone up in third-gen model. That said, the newer model comes jam-packed with electronics making Hayabusa a versatile sports cruiser. It rivals the likes of Kawasaki Ninja 1000 SX. More
Indian Motorcycle Market Shifts: Suzuki Seizes the Day, Reports 24.3 percent sales increase for FY 2022-2023Image – RyT 2 KNOwSuzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. had an absolute banger of a fiscal year 2022-2023, with a whopping 24.3 percent increase in sales compared to the previous year. That’s right, they sold a total of 9,38,371 units! It’s clear that their product portfolio and marketing strategy are hitting all the right notes with consumers, both domestically and internationally.Suzuki Exports from India Continue to Soar in March 2023In March 2023 alone, Suzuki 2W sold 97,584 units, which is a YoY growth of 49 percent. Of those sales, 73,069 units were sold in the domestic market, up from 50,734 units in March 2022. They also exported 24,515 units, further solidifying their presence in international markets.Suzuki 2W Sales March 2023 and Q1 2023Suzuki is poised ‘to grow in line with emerging countries.’ That means they’re looking at expanding their business operations in emerging markets. And, they already have a significant presence in India. One way they can contribute to the growth of emerging markets is by exporting cars and bikes from their Indian manufacturing facility to other countries. This helps sustain increased demand for Suzuki’s products, while also generating revenue for their Indian operations.In March 2023, Maruti Suzuki exports stood at 30,119 units. A number that has continually gone from strength to strength. For CY2021 and CY2022, Maruti Suzuki positioned itself as the country’s topmost exporter, and CY2023 trends show further growth. Exports for SMIPL are up from 14,761 units in March 2022 to 24,515 units last month.New Suzuki Burgman Electric ScooterSuzuki eBurgman (electric scooter) – How Suzuki Plans to Stay AheadSuzuki has a strong brand reputation and a wide range of products that cater to various segments of the market. But that’s not all. They also have a robust distribution network that enables them to reach more customers each day. Plus, they’re dedicated to innovation and technology, allowing them to stay ahead of the competition and meet the evolving needs of customers.Suzuki plans to launch a battery electric vehicle (EV) for small and mid-sized motorcycles that are commonly used for daily commute in fiscal year 2024. All eyes are now on the Suzuki Burgman electric scooter that is undergoing field tests in Japan.And that’s not all. By fiscal year 2030, they plan to introduce eight models with a target ratio of 25 percent of their overall motorcycle sales being battery EVs. This move towards electric motorcycles is driven by global goals to reduce carbon emissions. For the leisure category, large motorcycles, Suzuki is looking at carbon-neutral fuels. They’re focused on reducing the environmental impact of their products.In other news, Kenichi Umeda is the new Managing Director of Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. His responsibility is to help the company continue its growth trajectory and solidify its position in both the Indian market and markets outside of India. In conclusion, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. is killing it. Their strong sales, dedication to innovation, and commitment to sustainability are helping move them forward and onward. More
Suzuki e-BURGMAN Electric Scooter: Features, Specs, Field Tests, and Battery Sharing InitiativesNew Suzuki Burgman Electric ScooterBajaj and TVS are the two mainstream two wheeler brands who have entered the electric scooter segment. Honda has just announced that they will launch two new electric scooters in India next year. Yamaha too has plans to launch electric scooters around the same time. And it seems, Suzuki will also be ready with their first electric scooter by then.Suzuki Motor Corporation has announced an exciting new development in the world of electric two-wheelers – the e-Burgman. First official images and specs of Burgman electric scooter are now out. Already spied on test in India, the e-Burgman will now enter advanced test phase in Tokyo Japan.New Suzuki Burgman Electric ScooterSuzuki’s e-BURGMAN field tests: What to expect and why they matterBurgman electric scooter is part of a larger effort to promote battery sharing and increase the use of e2Ws in Japan. Suzuki is working with Gachaco Co., Ltd., a Tokyo-based battery sharing service. Field tests will be conducted over three months, starting from April to June 2023, and will involve eight Burgman electric scooters.Suzuki Motor Corporation staff and customers who apply will be participating in the field tests. Tests will help collect essential data through daily activities, such as commuting, going to school, and shopping. Data will be utilized to develop the production spec Burgman Electric Scooter.New Suzuki Burgman Electric ScooterClassified as a Class-2 light electric scooter, it boasts impressive specs. Suzuki e-Burgman can travel up to 44 kms on a single charge when ridden at a steady speed of 60 km/h. It has a rated output of 0.98kW, maximum output of 4.0kW, and maximum torque of 18Nm. Dimensions are as follows – length 1,825mm, width 765mm, height 1,140mm, seat height 780mm. Vehicle kerb weight is 147 kgs. It’s powered by a synchronous AC motor and equipped with a lithium-ion battery.New Suzuki Burgman Electric Scooter SpecsSwappable battery standardization: How the big four in Japan are leading the waySuzuki is part of the Swappable Battery Consortium for Electric Scooters, which includes Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., and Yamaha Motor Co., Ltd. The consortium is working on standardising swappable batteries and replacement systems. A significant step towards battery sharing and increasing the use of electric two-wheelers in Japan.Common specs were derived from the TP21003 technical paper. Development standards are fine-tuned for swappable batteries that address drive range and charging time concerns. Furthermore, the consortium has been collaborating with e-Yan OSAKA field tests aimed at promoting the adoption of electric scooters.Honda Mobile Power Pack e: Making battery sharing a realityThe collaboration led to the establishment of Gachaco, Inc., a sharing service for standardised swappable batteries. ENEOS, Honda, Kawasaki Motors, Suzuki, and Yamaha Motor have all come together to offer a BAAS (Battery as a Service) solution. This allows electric scooters to travel longer distances, eliminating concerns about running out of battery charge. Gachaco services get underway with the use of Honda Mobile Power Pack e:, which is common spec compliant.As battery sharing solutions become more accessible and reliable, eco-conscious riders will have a wider range of options for transportation. The future looks bright for the big four in Japan as they work together to increase the adoption of electric scooters in Japan and beyond. India launch of the new Burgman Electric scooter is expected sometime next year. Upon launch, it will rival the TVS iQube, Bajaj Chetak and the upcoming Honda Activa Electric. Suzuki Burgman electric price could be in the Rs 1.5 lakh range. More
Suzuki had the Access scooter at the top of domestic sales charts while in global markets it was the Gixxer that commanded the most attentionImage – MotoMotiveSuzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL), has seen a YoY de-growth in total sales (domestic + exports) in Feb 2023. The company sold a total of 70,625 units in Feb 2023, down from 72,200 units sold in Feb 2023.Suzuki 2W Sales Feb 2023Suzuki, the 6th best-selling two wheeler maker in India, saw its domestic sales dip 10.49 percent on a YoY basis. Sales which had stood at 58,603 units in Feb 2022 dipped 6,148 units to 52,455 units in Feb 2023.Suzuki Sales Breakup Feb 2023It was the Suzuki Access scooter that was a top seller in domestic markets. It was also the 3rd best-selling scooter in India in Feb 2023 after the Activa and Jupiter. Access sales improved 7.15 percent YoY to 40,194 units, from 37,512 units sold in Feb 2022. The Access commands a 76.63 percent share.At No. 2 was Burgman with a 23.82 percent YoY de-growth. Sales dipped to 6,579 units in the past month, down from 8,636 units sold in Feb 2022. It was followed by the Avenis with a 64.24 percent YoY de-growth down to 3,713 units sold last month, from 10,382 units sold in Feb 2022. This was a 6,669 unit volume de-growth.Suzuki Sales Breakup Feb 2023Gixxer sales also fell 2.56 percent to 1,698 units in Feb 2023 but it was the4 Suzuki Hayabusa that reported a 183.33 percent YoY growth to 34 units from just 12 units sold in Feb 2022. There were also 8 units of the V-Strom 650 sold last month along with 1 unit of the Katana.Suzuki Exports Breakup Feb 2023Suzuki 2W Exports Feb 2023The company performed better in terms of exports with a 33.63 percent YoY growth. Exports which had stood at 13,597 units in Feb 2022 improved to 18,170 units in Feb 2023 relating to a 4,573 unit volume growth.Suzuki Gixxer stood at a No.1 position on this list with 5,422 units shipped in the past month, down 23.67 percent from 7,103 units sold in Feb 2022. It was followed by the Avenis of which 4,260 units made their way to global markets while there was Suzuki Gixxer 250 with 3,112 units shipped last month, a YoY growth of 10.83 percent from 2,808 units exported in Feb 2022.Suzuki Exports Breakup Feb 2023The export list also included Suzuki Access scooter which has seen outstanding growth of 442.36 percent to 2,484 units exported in Feb 2023, from 458 units shipped in Feb 2022. Burgman exports dipped by 30.73 percent to 2,214 units last month from 3,196 units sold in Feb 2022. There were also 526 units of Suzuki V-Strom SX 250 and 120 units of the Suzuki Hayate along with 32 units of Intruder exported in Feb 2023.The company has been in the news in recent weeks following the launch of its new apparel and merchandise range which draws inspiration from the Suzuki Hayabusa. Suzuki also updated the Gixxer lineup that received feature updates in the form of Suzuki Ride Connect with a Bluetooth-enabled digital console. The Gixxer series also saw a price revision. Suzuki has introduced E20 fuel-compliant Access 125, Avenis and Burgman Street. More