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Suzuki is a Japanese corporation that manufactures automobiles, four-wheel drive vehicles, ATVs, motorcycles and outboard engines. It is headquartered in Hamamatsu, Japan. The company was founded as the Suzuki Loom Works by Michio Suzuki in 1909. Even though the company was flourishing well, Suzuki decided to expand the business to the automotive industry in 1937. The project got off to a good start and the company produced a series of prototypes that were powered by four-stroke, four-cylinder engines.
With the onset of the Second World War, the company was forced to halt any further automotive plans. After the War, the company returned to manufacturing looms. The company returned to motor-vehicle production in 1951, producing its first motorcycle, the Power Free.
It was in 1955 that the company released its first automobile, the Suzulight, a front-wheel drive vehicle with a rack-and-pinion steering. In 1963, Suzuki opened its first motorcycle subsidiary in the United States. In 1968, the brand released the Jimny, a 2-door off-road vehicle. The Jimny was the first vehicle to be marketed in the United States as the Suzuki Samurai in 1985. In 1988, the Sidekick (also known as Escudo and Vitara) was rolled out in a joint-venture between Suzuki and General Motors.
In 1995, the X-90, a two-seater SUV was rolled off the assembly lines. The XL7, a mid-size SUV that was rolled out in 2001, was the last three-row vehicle manufactured by the brand. In 2009, the brand released the Kizashi, a mid-size car. The car remained in production till 2012, when Suzuki filed for bankruptcy in North America. The other popular models of the Suzuki lineup include the XL-7, Verona and Forenza.