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  • Drew Dowdell
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    June 2012 - Suzuki


    American Suzuki Motor Corporation (ASMC) today reported June 2012 sales of 2,299 units, up

    1 percent from last year. This is the second consecutive month of year over year sales growth

    fueled by a competitive 0% APR program on all models, which will continue into July. June’s

    sales increase was led by a 5 percent sales increase of the multipurpose SX4 Crossover and

    spirited Sedan. Grand Vitara sales remained steady with a 2 percent increase over June 2011.

    Note: No sales chart was made available at the time of this posting.

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