Suzuki Motors Will No Longer Sell Cars In The U.S.

Multiple reports show that the Japanese automaker Suzuki Motors may stop selling vehicles in the United States due to stringent U.S. safety regulations.

According to the news agencies, the firm is dedicated to designing and manufacturing small cars and its main sales peak was observed during the year of 2007.

Since then, the company has been greatly hurt by the major financial crisis the world experienced. At this moment, the automaker is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to ensure the transition of the automobile dealer sales into an authorized service and parts dealer that will be honouring all warranties to Suzuki vehicle owners in the country.

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