NEW DELHI: Japanese automobile major Suzuki Motor Corporation (SMC) is looking to sell one million two-wheelers annually in India, a key market under its new mid-term management plan.
The company, which on Tuesday launched an all-new version of flagship scooter model Suzuki Access 125 priced at Rs 53,887 (ex-showroom Delhi), will be focussing on premium scooters and motorcycles to achieve its target.
"India is one of the most important markets for Suzuki's two-wheeler business. We are looking to sell one million units annually by 2020," SMC's subsidiary Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt (SMIPL) outgoing Managing Director Masayoshi Ito told reporters here.
In the ongoing fiscal, the company looks to sell 3.2 lakh units in India as against 3.45 lakh units in the previous fiscal, down 7.24 per cent.
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