Americans have always loved a good bargain. But don't think this means that Suzuki is changing its mind about the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave. Even with solid sales over the past couple of months, it "still can't justify staying in the US auto market," according to M. Freddie Reiss, Suzuki's chief restructuring officer. Despite its automotive division ending business in the US, Suzuki will still honor warranties and other maintenance-related issues owners may have through its dealerships, which will soon be converted to parts and service providers. The motorcycle, ATV and marine engine dealer network remains unaffected by the closure of the automotive unit in the United States.