Through the end of September 2005, the plant had a cumulative production volume of 849,000 vehicles: 465,000 Suzuki Swift (first generation) through March 2003, 187,000 Suzuki Wagon R+, 137,000 Suzuki Ignis and 60,000 Suzuki Swift (second generation). In addition to the Suzuki-badged vehicles, the Hungarian plant also produced 24,943 Fiat Sedici CUVs and 4,494 Ignis-based Subaru G3X Justys. Current production capacity is 300,000 units/year. The plant also produces the new Suzuki Splash, as well as a rebadged version, the Opel Agila.
Constructed with an investment of 14 billion Hungarian forints, the plant initially produced 1.0-litre and 1.3-litre Suzuki Swifts, reaching the ten thousandth car in 1993. On 6 October 2006, the plant produced its one millionth car, a five-door second generation Suzuki Swift.
The plant meets ISO 14001 quality levels, engines manufactured at the plant meet Euro 4 requirements, and Suzuki requires ISO 9001:2000 quality assurance certification from suppliers and dealerships. Magyar Suzuki's VIN identifier (the first three digits of the chassis number) is TSM.
- Suzuki Swift (2010–present) – The third generation model.
- Suzuki SX4 S-Cross (2013–present)
- Suzuki Vitara (2015–present)
- Suzuki Swift (1992–2003) – The first generation model, based on the Suzuki Cultus. It was also badged as the Subaru Justy.
- Suzuki Wagon R+ (2000–2007) – A rebadged version was produced in Poland, as the Opel Agila.
- Suzuki Ignis (2003–2008) – Also badged as the Subaru G3X Justy.
- Suzuki Swift (2005–2010) – The second generation model.
- Suzuki SX4 (2006–2014) – Also badged as the Fiat Sedici.
- Suzuki Splash (2008–2014) – Also badged as the Opel Agila.
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