No one had ever imagined a Japanese Heirloom machine making manufacturer to be one of the most loved two-wheeler automobile manufacturers all over the globe. In the 1950’s motorcycle manufacturing industry in Japan experienced a rapid boom. Shunzo Suzuki; the managing director of Suzuki at that time, had a dream to manufacture a strong and powerful motorized bicycle that could be easily handled by anyone. This dream of his led to the birth of Suzuki’s first ever two-wheeler; the power free, a 36cc auxiliary engine motorized bicycle was launched. Simultaneously the first ever motorcycle from Suzuki; the Colleda CO was launched in the year 1954. Consolidating its strength, the Colleda won the M.T. Fuji Mountain race back in the day.
Suzuki is one of the most trusted and the oldest two-wheeler automobile companies in the entire globe. They have been able to earn an astonishing market share in today’s automobile industry. Popularity of two-wheelers in Nepal gave Suzuki the opportunity to flourish in our home market. It also has a trusted and well-known brand image in the Nepali market due to its commendable technological advancements and reliability. Suzuki is well-known for its iconic Maruti Suzuki collaboration; the 800, but it is way more than just that.
V.G. Automobiles Pvt. Ltd. is the sole and official distributor of Suzuki two-wheelers in Nepal. The company has been able to bring 8 variations of two-wheelers currently. These include 6 varieties of motorcycles and 3 variations of scooters. Suzuki two-wheelers in Nepal have a very versatile profile as the bike models range from 110cc commuter bikes to 250cc sports bikes. The 133cc Hayate to the 250cc Gixxer series of Suzuki has given the Nepali riders the experience of economy commuter bikes to the premium sporty bikes. The now flourishing scooter in the Nepali two-wheeler segment has been identified by Suzuki. They recently launched the Suzuki Avenis 125, adding the model to their scooter line-up including the Suzuki Burgman and Suzuki Access 125. Inclining towards the moving, young market of Nepal, Suzuki has changed its product strategies to fit the Nepali markets needs.