Take a look at our minimum requirements for becoming a Suzuki dealer.
Three months’ projected expenses based upon a pro forma completed by prospective dealers.
REGULAR TERMS INVENTORY FINANCING
Minimum amount required $200,000.00 exclusively for Suzuki vehicles, with no daily approval limit.
Minimum 5,000 square footage required for Suzuki operations. For every additional manufacturer‘s product sold at the dealership, facility size requirements increase by 2,500 square feet.
SIGNAGE & DÉCOR MATERIALS
All dealerships are required to display the 3’x12’ or 4’x18’ Suzuki signage as well as utilize the Suzuki Décor Materials.
All dealerships are required to subscribe to and utilize the Suzuki Connect System.
SUZUKI SPECIAL TERMS
Each dealership and its owners must be financially solvent and creditworthy, as determined by Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.’s (SMAI) Credit Department, sufficient to establish and secure a special terms flooring line, at a level adequate for the market area in the sole and exclusive judgement of SMAI.
Every dealership is required and expected to stock and maintain Suzuki’s full line of motorcycles, ATVs, and scooters. Must meet minimum purchase requirements for each model variation of motorcycles, ATVs, and scooters per order period. Must purchase motorcycle, ATV, and scooter accessory packages each year.
Dealerships are required to devote an equal share of showroom and exterior space to Suzuki products as is dedicated to any other product line represented by the dealership.
Must meet the Service Department requirements as set out by the motorcycle and ATV Service Guideline, including a highly qualified, experienced Suzuki motorcycle and ATV Service Technician.
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Important Note: The information you provide is preliminary and is not considered an application for a dealership. All awards of dealerships must be approved in writing by an officer of Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. (SMAI) and must undergo a thorough evaluation process. SMAI does not assume any obligation of liability for any costs you may incur in preparing or submitting any information to SMAI. Any action taken by you concerning this information should be done at your own risk, peril and liability.
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