Suzuki records amazing SPK, Ertiga SS SF is sold out

DAPURPACU – PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) managed to record a number of orders (Vehicle Order/SPK) of 1,221 units during the 10 days of the GIIAS 2021 implementation.

It was noted from the release received by the editor, the Suzuki XL7 became the best-selling with the achievement of an SPK of 604 units, or contributed 49% to Suzuki’s total SPK.

Even more special, the All New Ertiga Suzuki Sport FF, which was presented for the first time at the exhibition, as many as 125 units were also ordered out by consumers.

“The achievements at GIIAS, especially consumer interest in the XL7 and the All New Ertiga, made the latest product All New Ertiga Suzuki Sport FF sold out before GIIAS ended,” said 4W Marketing Director PT SIS, Donny Saputra in an official broadcast, Wednesday.

Donny appreciated the enthusiasm of automotive enthusiasts during GIIAS 2021 as seen from the large number of visitors at the Suzuki booth, as well as the number of vehicle orders that reached thousands of units.

“This year’s GIIAS is a very positive stimulus for the recovery of the national automotive industry,” said Donny. For information, the Suzuki booth exhibited a total of 10 display units, 3 motorcycles and outboard engines.

The second SPK contributor was obtained by the All New Ertiga, which reached 421 units and contributed about 34% of Suzuki’s sales, of which partly generated sales from the Ertiga Suzuki Sport FF Edition.

In addition to the XL7 and Ertiga, several other Suzuki models such as the Carry pickup, Baleno, SX4 S-Cross and Karimun Wagon R, also contributed SPK figures during GIIAS 2021.

Booth Suzuki also presents outlets for accessories, oil, chemicals, and official Suzuki apparel, which during GIIAS 2021 managed to exceed the sales target of 7%. [dp/MTH]

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