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8 million unit production milestone received Suzuki Motorcycle India.

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The Avenis 125 scooter, gleaming in Pearl Blaze Orange and Glass Sparkle Black, marked a significant milestone as the 8 millionth unit rolled off the production line.

Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt. Ltd. (SMIPL), the company responsible for Suzuki bikes and scooters in India, recently achieved a significant milestone. They’ve now produced an impressive 8 million two-wheelers in India!

SMIPL embarked on its Indian journey back in February 2006, starting with the Access 125 scooter at its factory in Kherki Dhaula, Gurgaon. It took them 13 years to reach the first 4 million units, but they significantly ramped up production afterward. The next 4 million? They managed to accomplish that feat in just about 5 years. Even more impressive, they hit the 8 million mark in their 19th year, with the last million bikes rolling out in just one year. That’s quite an achievement!

The 8 millionth unit, by the way, was an Avenis 125 scooter, boasting a stylish combination of Pearl Blaze Orange and Glass Sparkle Black.

 The head honcho at Suzuki Motorcycle India Kenichi Umeda, expressed his thoughts on this remarkable achievement. He remarked, “Reaching the 8 million-unit production milestone truly showcases SMIPL’s prowess in bike manufacturing.” What’s noteworthy is that SMIPL doesn’t solely cater to the Indian market. They produce a diverse range of bikes and scooters for customers both in India and beyond. In India, they offer popular 125cc scooters like the Access 125, Avenis, Burgman Street, and Burgman Street SX, as well as robust 150cc to 250cc motorcycles like the Gixxer, Gixxer SF, Gixxer 250, Gixxer 250 SF, and V-Strom SX. Additionally, they introduce some higher-capacity models for Indian riders seeking more power, such as the V-Strom 800DE, the sleek Katana supernaked, and the iconic Hayabusa. It’s clear that Suzuki caters to a wide range of preferences and needs!

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