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Suzuki Exits Malaysia ( 2016-01-14 )

Suzuki exits Malaysian market and 29 Suzuki outlets will be converted to Proton Edar outlets.

The newly converted Proton Edar outlets will continue to provide existing Suzuki customers with aftersales and warranty related services (service centres will continue to carry Suzuki branding).

All the Suzuki models will be discontinued in Malaysia effective from February 2016. Suzuki Malaysia has already ceased sales of its vehicles, as well as production at DRB Hicom’s plant in Pekan.

The Proton-Suzuki jointly developed new model is expected to head into production before the end of the year.

May be we will be seeing new Proton cars based on Suzuki platform in the near future?

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