Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (2023)

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Full Specification


CO2 (g/km) - 121

HC+NOx - Not Available

Particles - Not Available

Standard Euro Emissions - EURO 6

WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Combined - 139

Engine and Drive Train

Camshaft - DOHC

Catalytic Convertor - Yes

CC - 988

Cylinder Layout - IN-LINE

Cylinders - 3

Engine Code - K10C



Gears - 5 SPEED

Number of Valves - 12

Transmission - MANUAL

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg) - 53.2

EC Directive 1999/100/EC Applies - Yes

EC Extra Urban (mpg) - 58.8

EC Urban (mpg) - 45.5


Badge Engine CC - 1.0

Badge Power - 111

Based On ID - Not Available

Coin Description - Boosterjet

Coin Series - SZ-T

Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years - 12

Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years - Not Available

NCAP Adult Occupant Protection % - Not Available

NCAP Child Occupant Protection % - Not Available

NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 09 - Not Available

NCAP Pedestrian Protection % - Not Available

NCAP Safety Assist % - Not Available

Did at least one aspect of this vehicle's safety give cause for concern? - No

Special Edition - No

Special Order - No

Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage - 60000

Standard manufacturers warranty - Years - 3

Vehicle Homologation Class - M1


0 to 62 mph (secs) - 11.5

Engine Power - BHP - 111

Engine Power - KW - 82

Engine Power - RPM - 5500

Engine Torque - LBS.FT - 125

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Engine Torque - MKG - 17.3

Engine Torque - NM - 170

Engine Torque - RPM - 2000

Top Speed - 111

Test Cycles

Emissions Test Cycle - NEDC Correlated


Alloys? - Yes

Space Saver? - No

Tyre Size Front - 215/55 R17

Tyre Size Rear - 215/55 R17

Tyre Size Spare - TYRE REPAIR KIT

Wheel Style - Not Available

Wheel Type - 17" ALLOY

Vehicle Dimensions

Height - Not Available

Height (including roof rails) - 1610

Length - 4175

Wheelbase - 2500

Width - 1775

Width (including mirrors) - Not Available

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres) - 47

Gross Vehicle Weight - 1730

Luggage Capacity (Seats Down) - 710

Luggage Capacity (Seats Up) - 375

Max. Loading Weight - 570

Max. Towing Weight - Braked - 1200

Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked - 400

Minimum Kerbweight - 1160

No. of Seats - 5

Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb - 10.4


Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 07 - 15E


WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Combined - Min - 139

WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Combined - Max - 139

Fuel Consumption - ICE

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - 6.2

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Max - 6.2

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb - Min - 6.2

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High - 6.9

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High - Max - 6.9

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Extra High - Min - 6.9

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High - 5.5

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High - Max - 5.5

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - High - Min - 5.5

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - 6.7

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Max - 6.7

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WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Low - Min - 6.7

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - 5.7

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Max - 5.7

WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Medium - Min - 5.7

Fuel Consumption

WLTP - MPG - Combined - 45.9

WLTP Range - MPG - Combined - Max - 45.9

WLTP Range - MPG - Combined - Min - 45.9

WLTP - MPG - Extra High Speed - 41.1

WLTP Range - MPG - Extra High Speed - Max - 41.1

WLTP Range - MPG - Extra High Speed - Min - 41.1

WLTP - MPG - High Speed - 51.8

WLTP Range - MPG - High Speed - Max - 51.8

WLTP Range - MPG - High Speed - Min - 51.8

WLTP - MPG - Low Speed - 42.3

WLTP Range - MPG - Low Speed - Max - 42.3

WLTP Range - MPG - Low Speed - Min - 42.3

WLTP - MPG - Medium Speed - 50.2

WLTP Range - MPG - Medium Speed - Max - 49.6

WLTP Range - MPG - Medium Speed - Min - 49.6


Generation Mark - 4

Alternative Fuel Qualifying - No

Exterior Features

Metallic paint £416.67 ex VAT

Solid paint £0 ex VAT

Two Tone Metallic paint £666.67 ex VAT

Two tone solid/metallic paint £666.67 ex VAT


Metallic - Atlantis Turquoise pearl £416.67 ex VAT

Metallic - Cosmic black pearl £416.67 ex VAT

Metallic - Galactic grey £416.67 ex VAT

Metallic - Silky silver £416.67 ex VAT

Solid - Superior White £0 ex VAT

Two tone Metallic - Atlantis Turquoise Pearl/Black £666.67 ex VAT

Two tone Metallic - Galactic Grey/Black £666.67 ex VAT

Two tone Metallic - Ice greyish blue/Black £666.67 ex VAT

Two Tone Metallic - Savannah ivory/Black £666.67 ex VAT

Two tone Metallic - Solar yellow pearl/Black £666.67 ex VAT

Two tone Solid/Metallic - Bright Red/Black £666.67 ex VAT


Fabric - Grey with white stitching £0 ex VAT

Driver Convenience

Bluetooth hands free telephone connection

Colour information display

Cruise control + speed limiter

Engine start/stop button

Lights on warning


Rear parking camera

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Satellite navigation system

Service indicator

Smartphone link display


4 speakers

DAB Digital radio

Steering wheel mounted audio controls

USB connection

Exterior Features

Black wheel arch extensions + side mouldings

Body colour door mirrors and handles

Body coloured bumpers

Chrome front grille

Chrome lower front bumper insert

Electric adjustable heated door mirrors

Electric front+rear windows

Front and rear intermittent wipers

Front fog lamps

Halogen Projector Headlamps

Headlamp levelling

LED daytime running lights

LED rear lights

Rear privacy glass

Silver roof rails

Visible VIN plate

Interior Features

3 rear headrests

3 spoke leather covered steering wheel

60/40 split folding rear seat

Auto air conditioning with climate control

Child seat tether anchorage points

Driver/front passenger seat height adjustment

Driver/passenger sunvisors with ticket holders + illuminated vanity mirrors

Fabric upholstery

Front and rear bottle holders

Front centre armrest

Front cupholders x 2

Front footwell lights

Front headrests

Front map light

Front/rear assist grips

Glovebox light

Isofix child seat preparation

Luggage area lamp

Luggage cover

Luggage hooks

Passenger seat back pocket

Pollen filter

Removable boot floor

Tilt/telescopic adjust steering wheel

Top tether anchor plate for isofix child seat

Two 12V accessory power outlets


'Childproof' rear door locks

3 rear 3 point seatbelts with ELR

ABS+EBD+Brake assist

Curtain airbags

Driver/Front Passenger airbags

Drivers knee airbag


Front and rear seatbelt reminder

Front passenger airbag deactivation

Front seatbelt pretensioners with force limiters

Height adjustable front seatbelts

Hill hold control

Side airbags

Side impact protection beams

Tyre pressure monitor

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Freewheeling lock cylinders


Key in reminder

Locking wheel nuts

Remote central door locking


17" Silver alloy wheels

Tyre repair kit

Interior Features

Centre console box with lights

Superior Warranty

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At Blackshaws we offer a complimentary 12 month Superior Warranty on all our Used Vehicles and many of our Used Vehicles have remaining Manufacturer Warranty Cover depending on their age. Our Customer Protect Superior Warranty is designed to cover you against the inconvenience, stress and cost if any Mechanical or Electrical part within your vehicle breaks down. To find out more please watch the video below. If you would like to download a file listing the Parts that are covered with our Superior Warranty please click here customer protect superior.pdf

Our Superior Warranty includes the following components:

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RTI/ GAP Asset Protection

For additional peace of mind, Blackshaws can provide RTI/ GAP Asset Protection for your vehicle. If you would like to find out more please click on this link RTI GAP Asset Protection Information

Breakdown Cover

We also offer Breakdown Cover. APG Assist is administered on our behalf by Call Assist which operates a 24 hour, 365 days-a-year service for you to contact should your vehicle experience a Breakdown.

The Call Assist Rescue Controllers are trained to the highest degree and are backed by the latest computer technology and mapping facilities together with a fully trained network of Recovery Operators throughout the UK.


If your vehicle suffers a breakdown, this includes running out of fuel, help will be sent to the scene of the breakdown and we will pay call out fees and mileage charges needed to repair or assist with the vehicle.

At Home

A Recovery Operator will be despatched to your home address or within a one mile radius. Attempts will be made to repair your vehicle on the spot. If a repair is not possible they will transport your vehicle to the nearest repairing garage.

MOT Test Guarantee

If you're concerned in case your vehicle fails its next MOT test why not consider purchasing an MOT Test Guarantee? This will cover the cost of repairs, replacement parts, labour and VAT up to a claim limit of £300.00.

To find out more you can download our MOT Test Guarantee leaflet by clicking on the link below:

MOT Test Guarantee leaflet.pdf

For further information about any of the above products please contact Blackshaws on Alnwick 01665 602123 or Morpeth 01665 719519.

Contactless Buying

Blackshaws offers contactless buying so that you can select and purchase a vehicle from the comfort and safety of your own home. Below is a short video explaining some of the interactive features on our website and then below that a simple guide to contactless buying at Blackshaws. It will take you through the various stages of the process. At any point please feel free to give us a call if you have questions or would like some advice. Our Alnwick Sales number is 01665 602202 and our Morpeth Sales number is 01670 719478.

Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (3)The first stage of our contactless buying process is your vehicle search. This could be a brand new Suzuki, MG, SsangYong or Isuzu vehicle in which case you should visit the New Car pages of our website. Alternatively, you may be looking for a Used vehicle in which case you should visit Used Cars so that you can browse through all the vehicles we have in stock.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (4)During your search process you may want to find out how much your current vehicle is worth. Therefore we have instant valuation buttons on all our New and Used car pages. Simply click the button, enter a few details about your vehicle and you'll be able to get an instant valuation.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (5)Once you have narrowed down your search you may like to see further images of your selected vehicle. To help with your purchase decision we can provide you with a personalised video which could include close ups of any parts of the vehicle that you would like to see in more detail. We can also arrange a self test drive at your home or place of work if you live within a 30 mile radius of our dealership.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (6)Before making a final decision many of our customers value a discussion with our friendly sales team. Therefore we're now offering Zoom appointments which can be booked by phoning Alnwick 01665 602202 or Morpeth 01670 719478. Alternatively you can click the Zoom appointment buttons on all our New and Used car pages.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (7)If you've reached a decision about the vehicle you'd like to buy you can now reserve your vehicle for £99.00 in our Virtual Showroom which is located in the top right of all our Used car pages. This will take you to a secure online payment portal and a member of our Sales Team will contact you to finalise your purchase.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (8)Once you enter our Virtual Showroom you can also apply for finance for your vehicle. Simply follow the instructions on the screen and supply the required details including your address, work history and bank information. The whole process can be completed within 7 minutes.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (9)As part of our contactless buying experience all paperwork can now be handled electronically. Once you decide to proceed with your purchase you will be sent various documents which can be signed remotely after you've had time to fully check everything in the comfort of your own home.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (10)Once you've made your purchase we can arrange to have your vehicle delivered to your home. We charge £1 per mile (minimum charge £20) and we can deliver anywhere in the UK (mainland only). We can also arrange a follow up video call if you have further questions about the controls on your new vehicle.
Suzuki Vitara Sz-T Boosterjet at Blackshaws (11)Alternatively you may prefer to use our socially distanced click & collect service. Our Sales Executives are required to maintain a safe distance during the collection process and your new vehicle and keys will be fully sanitised prior to collection.

We hope that the above guide has been useful to show you how easy it is to purchase a vehicle online from Blackshaws. For added reassurance we also operate a 14 day cancellation policy if you wish to return your vehicle for any reason.

Over the last few months we have sold hundreds of vehicles remotely using our contactless service. Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions on Alnwick 01665 602202 or Morpeth 01670 719478 or you can email us at [emailprotected] or [emailprotected]

(Video) Get To Know The Suzuki Vitara


What is the difference between Vitara SZ-T and SZ5? ›

There are electrically heated door mirrors, LED daytime running lights, climate control, Bluetooth and a host of safety equipment, too. SZ-T models also feature sat-nav, adaptive cruise control and a reversing camera, while SZ5 models come with a keyless go function, a panoramic sunroof and polished 17-inch wheels.

What is the difference between Suzuki SZ5 and szt? ›

SZ-T adds smartphone link display audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, rear view camera, front fog lamps and 16-inch alloy wheels. SZ5 adds auto air conditioning, satellite navigation, LED headlamps, polished 16-inch alloy wheels, rear electric windows, Dual Sensor Brake Support and Adaptive Cruise Control.

How much horsepower does a Suzuki 1.4 Boosterjet engine have? ›

Suzuki Vitara 2019 1.4 Boosterjet Engine Technical Data
Number of valves :16 Valves
Aspiration :Turbo Intercooler
Compression Ratio :9.9
Maximum power - Output - Horsepower :138 HP / 140 PS / 103 kW @ 5500 rpm
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Why Suzuki Vitara is phased out? ›

In the end, the discontinuation of the Vitara in our market is just the normal course of business. Not enough people are buying it, so Suzuki has pulled the plug. On a lighter note, if you're one of the few who got an AllGrip, hold onto it for as long as you can.

What does BoosterJet mean on Suzuki Vitara? ›

The BoosterJet – a new Suzuki engine combining low fuel consumption with driving pleasure. Advanced technology • exceptional power • dynamic performance.

Is Suzuki more reliable than Toyota? ›

Heading the list of most reliable car makes is Honda (scoring 96.8 / 100), followed by Toyota (91.2), Suzuki (88.7), Kia (86.2) and Hyundai (80.5), once again demonstrating that if you want reliability you need to buy from Japan or South Korea.

What is the equivalent of Suzuki Vitara in Toyota? ›

The Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder is available in 1462 cc engine with 2 fuel type options: Mild Hybrid(Electric + Petrol) and CNG and Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara is available in 1462 cc engine with 2 fuel type options: Mild Hybrid(Electric + Petrol) and CNG. Urban Cruiser Hyryder provides the mileage of 21.12 kmpl.

Which one is best in Suzuki and Toyota? ›

Toyotas generally have a higher brand value and perception than a Maruti Suzuki, which could weigh in your favour; 4) Both companies offer good aftersales service, and although Maruti Suzuki is more widespread, Toyota has a reputation for its service quality.

Is Suzuki Boosterjet engine reliable? ›

The Boosterjet engine has been seen elsewhere – in both the S-Cross and Swift for example – and so far has proved perfectly capable of suffering no problems. We can expect the Vitara to continue that trend, and indeed it did during our long-term test.

Does Suzuki have good engines? ›

In the 2022 Honest John Satisfaction Index, Suzuki scooped the second spot for the most reliable car brand. This result came from a survey of 6,000 Honest John readers who were asked to rate their car on a number of factors. These factors included fuel economy, practicality, safety and reliability.

Are Suzuki engines any good? ›

While Suzuki isn't as well-known for its outboard motors, people who own one and use them regularly have only good things to say about these motors. Suzuki has been increasing in popularity because they produce high-quality, reliable engines at an affordable price.

Which Suzuki Vitara engine is best? ›

When the Vitara was facelifted in 2019, Suzuki dropped the 1.6-litre engines (not replacing the diesel) and introduced the 1.0 BoosterJet engine. For us, this is by far the best engine choice. It belies its small size and despite only having 111PS, feels much quicker in everyday driving.

Is Suzuki Vitara a reliable vehicle? ›

Owner surveys have shown that the Suzuki Vitara is a rugged and reliable SUV. Its low running costs and handling came in for praise. There have been just three recalls over the years, the most serious being a rear axle that may fail.

Who makes the engine for Suzuki Vitara? ›

Hybrid engines

Suzuki's brand partnership with Toyota might lead you to expect that the Vitara hybrid uses a version of Toyota's 1.8-litre hybrid powertrain.

What is the difference between Boosterjet and Dualjet? ›

Dualjet motors are the least powerful, while Boosterjet versions are turbocharged for extra power without too great an effect on fuel economy. Hybrid versions have a battery and motor for improved efficiency.

Does the Vitara 1.0 Boosterjet have a timing belt or chain? ›

All 2019 Vitaras should have timing chains. If by some chance the car is a late-registered 1.6 diesel (which ended production in 2018), then that has a timing belt.

What is good about Suzuki Vitara? ›

It's a cracking small SUV with a big boot, low running costs and generous standard equipment, plus competitive savings available off the list price and on finance deals. What's more, to keep up with ever-improving competition, the Vitara now comes with two or four-wheel drive and either a manual or automatic gearbox.

How long do Suzuki engines last? ›

A properly maintained Suzuki XL7 engine can last for more than 200,000 miles.

What is the price of Suzuki Boosterjet engine? ›

The 1.0-litre K-Series Turbo Boosterjet engine of the Maruti Suzuki Fronx is available at a starting price of Rs 9.72 lakh and goes up to Rs 13.13 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom). Customers can book the Maruti Suzuki Fronx online or via the company's Nexa dealerships at a token amount of Rs 11,000.

What is the life of Suzuki engine? ›

Generally, the life of a petrol engine is estimated at 1,00,000-2,00,000 kilometres, however, it may require overhauling in between.

Which is better Honda or Suzuki? ›

In general: Honda motorcycles are best for new riders and casual riders. Suzuki motorcycles are best for racers and adrenaline junkies.

How long will a Suzuki Vitara last? ›

Overall, this engine can last around 360,000 to 600,000 km if properly maintained, using the correct quality oil and fuel, and carrying out regular checks and maintenance.

Are Suzuki's expensive to repair? ›

The average annual cost of maintenance for a Suzuki is a little over $500, but note that this number depends on your specific model.

Does Suzuki Vitara have a Toyota engine? ›

For the strong hybrid model, Suzuki incorporated the Toyota Hybrid System to the vehicle (marketed as "Intelligent Electric Hybrid" by Suzuki), which includes Toyota's 1.5-liter M15D-FXE three-cylinder engine similar to the XP210 series Toyota Yaris / Yaris Cross. This version is only available in India.

Are Suzuki Vitaras cheap to run? ›

Suzuki Vitara 2023: Running Costs

Despite its SUV appearance, the Suzuki Vitara should be a very affordable car to run. The latest mild-hybrid models return up to 52.7mpg in official WLTP fuel economy tests, while the full hybrids manage up to 53.0mpg.

Is Suzuki Vitara a real 4x4? ›

The four mode four-wheel-drive system is also available on all models.

Why is Suzuki so popular? ›

All thanks to its reliability factor, Maruti Suzuki cars demand the highest premium in the used car market. These cars sell like a hot cake and are easiest to find buyers for in the second hand market.

Which is the top model in Suzuki? ›

The price of Maruti Suzuki cars in India starts from Rs. 3.54 Lakh for the Alto 800 while the most expensive Maruti Suzuki car in India one is the XL6 with a price of Rs. 14.82 Lakh.

Which Suzuki car is most fuel efficient? ›

Maruti Suzuki Celerio

Celerio is one of the most fuel-efficient Maruti Suzuki cars currently in the Indian market. Its VXi AMT variant offers a fuel efficiency of 26.68 kmpl while its ZXi and ZXi+AMT trims provide a mileage of 26 kmpl. Besides that, the ZXi Plus manual variant provides a fuel economy of 24.97 kmpl.

What is the common problem with Suzuki Vitara? ›

Solution: A common issue with the Vitara, this is being caused by seized brake callipers. This can be an expensive job if you have a mechanic install replacements, but you'll find callipers for the Vitara in our online store, and it's a simpler DIY job than you might have thought.

Is Suzuki Vitara fuel efficient? ›

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara mileage is 27.97 kmpl. The mileage of Grand Vitara Hybrid (Electric + Petrol) is 27.97 kmpl.

Are Suzuki cars as good as Toyota? ›

Following Suzuki at the top of the reliability rankings was Lexus (97.5%) and Toyota (96.8%), with Kia, Mitsubishi and Subaru all tied for fourth place with a score of 95.8%.

Who makes Suzuki engines? ›

Suzuki engines are most likely made in Japan, but Suzuki diesel engines are actually made in Italy by Fiat. to determine its country of origin and manufacturing facility.

Is Suzuki every fuel efficient? ›

Suzuki Every Join 0.66L 2023 Overview

Fuel tank capacity is 37 litres and it averages approx 12 Km/L in city and 15 Km/L on highways.

Is Suzuki made by GM? ›

Official name: Suzuki Motor Corporation. Owned by: Volkswagen (19.9%), Suzuki family members, Japanese banks, General Motors (3%) & Fuji Heavy Industries (1%), plus public shareholding. Formerly owned by: General Motors (20.4%). Owns: GM-Daewoo (14.9%), together with a host of joint ventures around the planet.

Are Japanese motors reliable? ›

Japanese cars have a reputation for being among the most reliable. Does that mean you can feel safe buying any Japan-manufactured car on the market? Of course not! All car makers are different, and even the great ones have some disappointments on their roster.

Who makes the most reliable engine? ›

According to both J.D. Power and Consumer Reports, Toyota constantly figures in the top places as the most dependable brand in the automotive world.

Is Suzuki Vitara 1.0 Boosterjet review? ›

The little three-pot Boosterjet is an enjoyably lively little performer, and pulls surprisingly strongly towards the red line when you need to extract some performance from it, and the five-speed gearbox slots neatly and accurately through the gears. Suzuki Vitara offers plenty of room in the boot.

How much horsepower does Vitara engine have? ›

Engine and Transmission
Displacement (cc)1490
Max Power91.18bhp@5500rpm
Max Torque122Nm@4400-4800rpm
No. of cylinder3
Valves Per Cylinder4
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Does Suzuki Vitara use Fiat engine? ›

Suzuki is keeping the model range simple with either a 1.6-litre petrol or diesel engine, both producing 118hp. Suzuki sources all diesel engines from Fiat and the 1.6-litre common rail unit is familiar from a range of Fiat group models. Both are Euro 6 compliant and equipped with engine Stop/Start.

What does Vitara mean? ›

Vitara - "way of life

What is the average mileage of Suzuki Vitara? ›

Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara Mileage

The Grand Vitara mileage is 19.38 to 27.97 kmpl. The Automatic Petrol variant has a mileage of 27.97 kmpl. The Manual Petrol variant has a mileage of 21.11 kmpl. The Manual CNG variant has a mileage of 26.6 km/kg.

Are Suzuki turbo engines reliable? ›

They are good at making reliable power

Even in low pressure, or 'safe' applications, turbocharging can boost the output of an engine by over 25%, and, depending on how much power you want to make, turbocharged engines can be just as reliable as their naturally aspirated counterparts.

What is the difference between a Suzuki SZ T and SZ5? ›

There are electrically heated door mirrors, LED daytime running lights, climate control, Bluetooth and a host of safety equipment, too. SZ-T models also feature sat-nav, adaptive cruise control and a reversing camera, while SZ5 models come with a keyless go function, a panoramic sunroof and polished 17-inch wheels.

Does Suzuki use GM engines? ›

The Suzuki G engine is a series of three- and four-cylinder internal combustion engines manufactured by Suzuki Motor Corporation for various automobiles, primarily based on the GM M platform, as well as many small trucks such as the Suzuki Samurai and Suzuki Vitara and their derivatives.

What kind of transmission does the Suzuki Vitara have? ›

Rules with ease – The Grand Vitara with 6-Speed Automatic Transmission.

What is the difference between SZ5 and SZ-T Swift? ›

SZ-T adds extra safety technology like lane-departure warning, blind-spot monitoring and traffic sign recognition, plus rear parking sensors and grey alloys. Top-spec SZ5 brings sat nav, keyless entry and start, rear electric windows and auto air conditioning.

Is a Suzuki Vitara SZ5 a 4x4? ›

Suzuki Vitara 4x4 1.4 Boosterjet SZ5 AllGrip auto 5d specs & dimensions | Parkers.

Does Suzuki Vitara SZ-T have parking sensors? ›

Visibility, parking sensors and cameras It's easy to see out of the Vitara thanks to its box-like body and large glass areas. ... If you want front and rear parking sensors, you'll have to plump for the pricier SZ5 because they're not available on the SZ4 or SZ-T models, even as an option.

What is Swift Boosterjet? ›

The Swift's engine is a 1-litre, three-cylinder turbocharged unit under the brand name “Boosterjet”, putting out a respectable 109bhp at 5500rpm, and 125lb ft of torque in a band between 2000-3500rpm.

What is the Toyota equivalent of Suzuki Swift? ›

The Yaris ZR hybrid pairs a 1.5-litre three-cylinder Atkinson-cycle petrol engine with an electric motor set-p on the front axle.

What is the difference between Suzuki Swift Dualjet and Boosterjet? ›

Dualjet motors are the least powerful, while Boosterjet versions are turbocharged for extra power without too great an effect on fuel economy. Hybrid versions have a battery and motor for improved efficiency. The Swift is available with an optional four-wheel drive system, badged 4x4.

Are Suzuki Vitara reliable? ›

Suzuki as a brand came a highly impressive joint third with Hyundai in our 2021 What Car? Reliability Survey – way ahead of VW in 20th or Ford in 27th. The Vitara itself also did reasonably well in the small SUV category of the survey, finishing in the top half of the table and above the T-Roc and Puma.

When did Suzuki stop making the Vitara? ›

The Suzuki Grand Vitara was launched in India in 2003 and discontinued in 2013.

Does a Suzuki Vitara have a turbo? ›

Vitara Turbo models get a 1.4-litre BoosterJet four-cylinder turbo petrol engine, developing 103kW (5500rpm) ad 220Nm (1500-4000rpm).

Does Suzuki Vitara have hill start assist? ›

The hill assist feature is available in all models of Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara.

How do I know if I have front parking sensors? ›

As you approach, a wall or another car for instance, you'll hear an audible beep that gets faster as you get closer. Most cars featuring parking sensors will have these on the rear bumper, with some also having them on the front.

What is the difference between park assist and parking sensors? ›

Park assist normally will only make a sound and/or show an image to tell the driver the distance to an object. Whereas active park assist will tap into other vehicle systems to physically park the vehicle. Normally, additional sensors are located in the sides of the bumper or in the fender.


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