For those wondering what they’ll find in 2019 when looking for a Suzuki motorcycle for sale, Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. revealed that they will be returning as an OEM exhibitor in the American International Motorcycle Expo, where it’ll be present its newest models for 2019. The event, hosted by Nationwide will be held at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay Convention Center, from October 11 to 14.
Kerry Graeber VP of MC/ATV Sales and Marketing, says that Suzuki Motor of America, Inc. has been committed to the AIMExpo event since its first outing, acknowledging what the show does for the industry. He says that, by bringing in dealers, media, and consumers into one place, it’s an ideal place for reaching and communicating with a large audience at one time, regardless of whether a company has a Vespa or a Suzuki motorcycle for sale in its dealerships.
Suzuki’s 2019 model will feature a wide range of its newest two- and four-wheeled vehicles, designed for a variety of conditions like dual-sport, motocross, and off-road, as well as models aimed to the market’s youth segment, which will be showcased at the 2018 iteration of the AIMExpo. The models which will be displayed at the AIMExpo by Suzuki include:
- The brand new RM Z250, for motocross;
- The new DR-Z250 mini bike;
- A new pair of ATVs, the Quadsport Z90 and the Quadsport Z50, designed for the youth segment;
- Suzuki’s street models, which include the championship range, GSX-R, and;
- The redesigned versions of the KingQuad 500 and KingQuad 750 ATVs.
Attendees will also have the chance to get up close with Suzuki racers and celebrities, with scheduled meet-and-greets which run from the first two days, which are trade-only, as well as the weekend days where the show opens to the public at large. Notably, 201 MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Toni Elias will appear alongside his veteran team mate, Roger Hayden, among others.
Cinnamon Kernes, AIMExpo Show Director, says that Suzuki’s support of AIMExpo, presented by Nationwide, which began during its first iteration in 2013 is proof of how useful the show is for the industry, as well as the company’s ability to successfully capitalize on the event. Kernes adds that the show is looking forward to welcoming the company, among others, to the Las Vegas and Powersports Industry Week.