Suzuki Supports Motovudu Uk

By: MATILDA FRANCES Motovudu is set to continue its long-standing relationship with Suzuki, choosing GSX-R power for the newly-launched Motovudu UK. Fronted by three-time British Superbike champion John Reynolds, Motovudu UK aims to provide dedicated instruction for riders of all ability levels on a series of circuits nationwide, following strong demand for more Motovudu dates in the UK. Suzuki has ...

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Inazuma: Motorcycle Likened to an SUV

By: ROTIMI ASHER If there is any car that Nigerian auto freaks dream of, it is the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). Most of the auto freaks interviewed few months back told me about their readiness to add SUVs to their fleet of cars as soon as they can afford it. Their impression of SUVs is that they are bigger, have ...

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Boulos Motorcycle,Tricycle Sales Soar Before Election

By: ROTIMI ASHER Despite the economic and business recline experienced across Nigeria before this year’s general election, demand for Boulos Enterprises Limited’s  tricycle and Suzuki motorcycles soared within two months preceding the election months. In an exclusive interview last week, the company’s General Sales and Marketing Manager, Stanley Evans, revealed to Motoring World that Boulos had its best month in February, ...

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BOULOS Assembles Four New Suzuki Motorcycle Models

…Produced by 100 per-cent Nigerian Assembly Team In continuation of its 50-year partnership with the Japanese motor cycle company SUZUKI,  Boulos Enterprises Limited has introduced to the Nigerian market, four new models of small capacity motorcycles , which will be assembled by 100% Nigerian assembly team. These new models will complement the large capacity motorcycles already marketed in Nigeria by ...

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CFAO to Assemble Yamaha Motorcycles in Nigeria

CFAO Motors looks set to establish an assembly plant for Yamaha brand of motorcycles in Nigeria. Already, the auto firm has signed an agreement with Yamaha Motor Company Limited on the motorcycle manufacture and distribution in Nigeria. A statement by the CFAO Motors said the joint venture, which would be owned 50-50 by both firms would ensure that both companies ...

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