In a somewhat strange twist of fate, sales of Suzuki
cars in the US have risen ever since the Japanese automaker declared bankruptcy last month. As a result of its rough financial state, Suzuki announced then that it would be leaving the US car market once its remaining stock was sold off dealership lots. All told, Suzuki's November sales in the US rose 22 percent and are continuing to climb this month. As one can expect, the reason for this is due to generous incentives and a seven-year warranty program being offered by the automaker.