Suzuki unveils new model GD110

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

JAPANESE compact car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Philippines Inc. (SPH) rolls out a sure best seller -- the Suzuki GD110.

The Suzuki GD110 is an advanced commuter bike that will usher a new level of riding experience, as it comes packed with highly user-friendly features that even first-time motorcycle owners can easily understand.

The Suzuki GD110 features a newly designed compact and lightweight four-stroke engine for high-combustion efficiency, four-speed transmission for less gear changes and simpler operation, Suzuki PAIR system for lesser emissions, high visibility meters, indicator lamps and round shaped headlamps with park light indicator lamps for enhanced safety and convenience.


It also has a spare parts advantage as most parts can be bought piece-by-piece and not per assembly, making Suzuki's GD110 one of the most anticipated models to date.

“We are optimistic about the launch of the GD110 because we are anticipating it to be one of our sure best-sellers. We believe that GD110 is packed with features that answer the commuting needs of the public - affordability, user-friendliness and durability, which very much complements our campaign, ‘Bakit Di Ka Pa NakaMotor,’” Eiji Kobayashi, general manager of motorcycle sales and marketing, said.

"For the Suzuki GD110, we are looking at the first time motorcycle owner market and the shifters - from commuters to riders," Kobayashi added.

The Suzuki GD110 retails at a suggested retail price of P47,900 and comes in Pearlascent Black, Metallic Jade Royal Blue and Metallic Silk Red.

Suzuki Philippines Inc. is a Japanese multinational firm highly recognized in the vehicle manufacturing industry. The company specializes in producing and distributing distinguished models of motorcycles and as well as in the distribution of compact vehicles.

Suzuki has established its reputation worldwide for quality, versatility and innovation and has created a heritage of trust and reliability.

Published in the Sun.Star Davao newspaper on January 23, 2012.


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