Midwest Suzuki

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Suzuki dealers' opening hours may vary day to day particularly around public holidays. We encourage customers to call ahead prior to visiting.

1 Urch Street,
Geraldton,
WA 6530

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Suzuki dealers' opening hours may vary day to day particularly around public holidays. We encourage customers to call ahead prior to visiting.

1 Urch Street,
Geraldton,
WA 6530

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Welcome to Midwest Suzuki

Your local Suzuki experts

At Midwest Suzuki we pride ourselves on delivering the best service on new, demo and used Suzuki small cars, SUVs and 4x4s in and around Geraldton, Western Australia.

We are located at 1 Urch Streets Geraldton, WA 6530.

Whether you’re in the market for your first Suzuki, looking to upgrade an existing one, in a need of a car service or have any other questions, the friendly team at Midwest Suzuki are here to help.

With many years’ experience in sales, servicing and repairs, we know Suzuki vehicles & cars like the back of our hand. So get in touch with us today and let us know what we can do for you.

Our customer reach is far and wide

We are proud to service many towns in the Mid West of WA. From West End to Wicherina, Dongara to Mullewa, Midwest Suzuki are your local Suzuki specialists.

Live in the Mid West region of WA?

We look after Wandina, Webberton, Deepdale, Meru, Beresford, Sunset Beach, Glenfield, Drummond Cove, Cape Burney, Northampton, Horrocks and more.


Enough with the idling

Come for a joyride

YOUR TEST DRIVE AWAITS!

We'll be in touch soon to arrange a time for you
to get behind the wheel of your favourite Suzuki.

While we understand that browsing the Suzuki website in anticipation is a pinnacle of the “internet experience”, sometimes it’s fun popping back to reality – especially a reality that involves you taking a joyride in the Suzuki model of your choice. Treat yo’self.

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