40th Anniversary for Suzuki

Commemorating forty years of operation in the United States, American Suzuki has created three special edition motorcycles described in the following press release.

Update 01/28/03 6:00 PM: We've posted some big wallpapers of the new bikes.

American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) today announced three special edition anniversary model motorcycles to commemorate American Suzuki Motor Corporation's 40th year of business in the United States.

Beginning this spring, Suzuki dealers will begin retailing a limited number of 40th Anniversary versions of the top-selling GSX-R600, Hayabusa GSX1300R), and Intruder Volusia (VL800). Each model will have a special American Suzuki 40th Anniversary emblem mounted on the upper triple clamps, plus other features you can see at The Suzuki Website

"We are really proud of how far we've come over the past four decades, and we feel these special models are a great way to recognize our accomplishments," states Mel Harris, executive vice president of ASMC's motorcycle/ATV and marine divisions. "By continually introducing innovative, high quality products we've been able to grow our business over the years and become an industry leader in a number of market segments."

American Suzuki Motor Corporation was chartered in the state of California in 1963. The Company's Motorcycle Division was established one year later to oversee the importation and distribution of Suzuki motorcycles in the United States. In a short period of time, Suzuki established itself as one of the major brands in the rapidly expanding motorcycle marketplace, due to Suzuki's new model innovations, its response to customer needs and the reliability of its products. American Suzuki Motor Corporation markets and distributes Suzuki, motorcycles, ATVs, outboard motors, and automobiles through its network of over 1,800 dealers across the United States. American Suzuki Motor Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan.

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