Suzuki’s Grand Vitara hadn’t made that grandeur in the running league of SUV. The reason remained unknown why it didn’t milk the sales to its makers despite other SUVs rolling out immaculately off the sales floor.
On the other side, the full-size sedan and Honda Accord’s direct rival had also reached the dead end of production at company’s manufacturing facility of Iwata, Japan. The said manufacturing bay export both of these models to most of markets, which now seems is completely brought to a halt.
However, the Japanese automaker had uncovered the replacement of Vitara at the Paris Motor Show, called as Suzuki Vitara, with various enhancements on the cosmetic and technical appeal. But the sedan didn’t even manage to save the grace of automaker; and that’s the reason why company didn’t cited to be working on its replacement for the future. In fact, the Ciaz, or known as Alivio in other countries, is a good volume fetcher to the bay where it poses a direct rival to the Honda City, Hyundai Verna and many more.
Hence, with this strategic moves taking place in the aforementioned way, it seems the company still has hopes from SUV segment, but it didn’t wished to be entering that sedan segment once again which apparently said by an official, if did so then development cost will be extensive and income wouldn’t be significantly big in numbers – being an unlucky car.