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Servicing & MOT

As Suzuki built your car, you can trust us to know all there is to know about servicing and maintaining your vehicle.

Suzuki Servicing & MOT

Regular servicing will maintain your car's overall performance and optimise fuel consumption. It will also help to keep it running efficiently throughout its life. Our expertly trained Dealer technicians, who use special Suzuki diagnostic equipment, are best placed to look after your vehicle at both, service intervals and when your MOT is due.

Suzuki recommends that you service your car once a year or every 9,000 or 12,500 miles* (whichever comes first). Full service details can be found in the service booklet provided with your car. MOT** is a legal requirement for all vehicles 3 years after first registration and is due annually thereafter.

*For correct intervals and pre-2002 registrations please refer to your owners pack or contact your local Dealer

** MOT is not applicable in Northern Ireland

Apart from regular servicing, Suzuki also recommends that you have a bi-annual air conditioning service. This service ensures that all the contaminated gasses are removed, the system re-gassed and a new pollen filter is fitted where applicable. A properly maintained air conditioning system will minimise the draw on engine performance. It will also reduce the risk of possible health issues associated with poorly maintained air conditioning systems.

Service Update and Recall Information

Sometimes during the life of a vehicle, parts may have to be replaced under a manufacturer's service update or recall.

Suzuki is committed to working within the Code of Practice on Safety Defects and therefore service campaigns and recalls are performed whenever necessary. A service campaign is necessary when a Suzuki part is not performing to its optimum standard but the modification is not considered to be safety related. Under a safety recall the last known owner, to Suzuki, is notified of the recall and invited to visit their local Dealer. Both service campaigns and recalls are performed free of charge.

If you would like to know if there are any service updates or recall work outstanding on your vehicle, please click here.

If you are a 3rd party requiring Technical information please click here

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