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Choose your Suzuki model from the list on the left hand side or enter your vehicle details in the form above to search our database of engines and view the price and availability of your desired Suzuki engine. The required unit can either be delivered to you or we can do the fitting for you at a minimal cost. All the Suzuki engines we sell are covered under a warranty for your extra peace of mind.
Suzuki Engine Price
We promise to offer competitive price for your Suzuki engine. There is a minimal chance that you will find it cheaper from anywhere else, but if you do, it is highly likely that the product will be of very low quality. At Ideal Engines, we believe in giving our customers the best value for their money without compromising on quality. So if you are facing any Suzuki engine problems and want to get rid of them, Ideal Engines is the solution.
Suzuki Engine History
1909 : The Company was established by Michio Suzuki as Suzuki Loom Works.
1950 : Its focus had expanded clear of just loom machines to contain both motorcycles and automobiles.
1955 : It rolled out the Suzulight, a compact car that attested to be a harbinger of a new era of Japanese lightweight motor vehicles.
1970s : Suzuki moved out the Jimny, a four-wheel-drive sport-utility motor vehicle that resembled a playful edition of the Jeep CJ-5.The automaker's roster constants to grow throughout this decade, with the addition of the Alto and the subcompact LJ80.
1980 : The Suzuki partnering with General Motors -- GM obtained a 5 percent stake in the company. GM made this move partially in response to the rising popularity of subcompacts in the U.S. market; after the buy, Suzuki products were rebadged and sold as GM motor vehicles on American shores.
1985 : The carmaker produced an American outpost, and for the first time, Suzuki-branded motor vehicles became accessible on U.S. shores. The company's first model was the Samurai; presented as either a convertible or a hardtop, this compact sport-utility vehicle met with instant success.
1888 : Purchaser Reports published an article in which it believed the vehicle insecure, saying it was more likely than most to roll over during confident maneuvers. Suzuki took the magazine to court and eventually won but the bad advertising from the article cast a pall on the Samurai that never relatively lifted. Suzuki soldiered on, though; by the end of the decade, its total collective car production had topped 10 million units, and its line had grown to contain the compact Swift and the Sidekick, a compact SUV.
1990s : Suzuki extended its attain to contain territories like Egypt, Vietnam and Hungary, and introduced new models like the Cappuccino convertible and the lightweight Wagon R. On U.S. soil, Suzuki rolled out the Esteem, changed the beleaguered Samurai with the X-90 and changed the Sidekick with the Vitara and Grand Vitara.
2004 : Suzuki and General Motors buy ailing Daewoo, and two of that producer vehicles were rebadged and given new life as Suzukis; the Suzuki Forenza and Suzuki Verona equally had former lives as Daewoo cars.
Today's : Suzukis come up a bit short in improvement relative to the competition. However, they still present plenty of cost for car purchasers on a tight budget.
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