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Suzuki extends free service & warranty period till 15th July 2021

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. announces the extension of free service and warranty options. SMIPL is now one of the many automotive companies in the country that have also made similar announcements in the past few days. The rising cases of Covid-19 are restricting the people’s movement. Thus, many customers are not able to avail of these services amidst this lockdown period. 

Hence, SMIPL stated that the customers whose primary warranty, extended warranty and free services expire between 1st April 2021 and 31st May 2021 would have their new expiry date as 15th July 2021. This move will decrease the customers’ tension and provide them with a much flexible option.

SMIPL Appoints Satoshi Uchida As Company Head

About a week ago, Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. announced that the company would have a new company head. Satoshi Uchida, who worked as Deputy Executive General Manager – Motorcycle Operations (India/Middle East/Africa), to take up the position. Under his leadership, he will aim to enhance the market share of SMIPL in the country. The situation right now demands a competent leader, and Satoshi Uchida has all the experience to explore new avenues for the company’s growth.

Hayabusa Is Still One Of The Most Loved Motorcycle In India

When Suzuki launched the new Hayabusa in the Indian market, the white colour got sold out in less than 24 hours. This proves how much the motorcycle is in demand in the country. The latest iteration of the superbike sees a host of changes both mechanically and aesthetically. However, the engine architecture remains the same. Several mechanical upgrades make the motorcycle produce 187 BHP of power and 150 Nm of torque. Suzuki also recently launched the list of all the official accessories available with the 2021 Hayabusa. There’s an exciting upgrade for your Hayabusa from famous Slovenian performance exhaust manufacturer Akrapovic. They recently introduced the ‘Racing Line’ and ‘Slip-On-Line’ exhaust system for the Hayabusa.

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