Suzuki is delighted to confirm that it will continue its sponsorship of the RYA Dinghy Show as the event expands to include Watersports and heads to a new venue at Farnborough International for the first time on the weekend of 26-27 February 2022.
As 2021 draws to a close, we take a look back at a successful return to the Southampton Boat Show
Suzuki GB’s Marine Division is pleased to be heading back to the Southampton Boat Show this September along with a number of its partner Dealers and Boat Builders.
Suzuki has developed a world first innovation within their outboards which is a device that collects micro-plastic waste whilst operating the outboard. It collects micro-plastic waste from seawater pumped through the engine as part of its cooling system. The device can be easily installed and does not affect the engine performance since it only utilizes the returning water that has already been used to cool the engine.
Visit the Suzuki booth at the virtual RYA Dinghy Show to find out just what makes them the ultimate outboards
MK Dons are delighted to announce a new two-year agreement with Suzuki GB PLC for the global vehicle manufacturer to remain as the club’s title partner until the end of the 2021/22 season.
Suzuki GB PLC will be sponsoring 100 boxes to be provided to 100 families in the Milton Keynes area this Christmas, containing all the ingredients for Christmas Dinner as well as family games and much more.
Suzuki GB PLC is very pleased to announce its collaboration with Computers 4 Charity
Suzuki GB’s Marine Division is proud to announce professional saltwater angler and serving firefighter, Will Parkinson, as its newest brand ambassador.
Suzuki GB’s Marine & ATV Team visited Thorney Island in West Sussex on Tuesday 20 October in order to conduct a beach clean.
Suzuki Motor Corporation has developed the world’s first* Micro-Plastic Collecting Device for installation on outboard motors.
Suzuki is recognised worldwide for making advanced technology and innovative features available to boaters of all types — not just those who run the largest, highest-horsepower outboards.