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FOREWORD
This manual should be considered as a
permanent part of the vehicle and should
remain with the vehicle when resold or oth-
erwise transferred to a new owner or oper-
ator. Please read this manual carefully
before operating your new SUZUKI vehicle
and review the manual from time to time. It
contains important information on safety,
operation and maintenance.
All information in this manual is based
on the latest product information avail-
able at the time of publication. Due to
improvements or other changes, there
may be discrepancies between informa-
tion in this manual and your vehicle.
SUZUKI
MOTOR
CORPORATION
reserves the right to make production
changes at any time, without notice and
without incurring any obligation to
make the same or similar changes to
vehicles previously built or sold.
This vehicle may not comply with stan-
dards or regulations of other countries.
Before attempting to register this vehi-
cle in any other country, check all appli-
cable
regulations
and
make
necessary modifications.
NOTE:
Please see the warning label named "Air
bag symbol meaning" in "BEFORE DRIV-
ING" section for information on front air
bag protection.
IMPORTANT
WARNING/
CAUTION/NOTICE/
NOTE
Please read this manual and follow its
instructions carefully. To emphasize spe-
cial information, the symbol
words WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE
and NOTE have special meanings. Pay
particular attention to messages high-
lighted by these signal words:
WARNING
Indicates a potential hazard that
could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION
any
Indicates a potential hazard that
could result in minor or moderate
injury.
NOTICE
Indicates a potential hazard that
could result in vehicle damage.
NOTE:
Indicates special information to make
maintenance easier or instructions clearer.
and the
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  • Page 1 Please read this manual carefully cial information, the symbol and the tion in this manual and your vehicle. before operating your new SUZUKI vehicle words WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION and review the manual from time to time. It and NOTE have special meanings.
  • Page 2 CB (Citizen’s Band) radios or any other wireless transmit- ters may cause electronic interfer- ence with your vehicle’s ignition system, resulting in vehicle perfor- mance problems. Consult an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer or qualified service technician for advice. 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 3 INTRODUCTION Thank you for choosing SUZUKI product and welcome to our growing family. Your choice was a wise one; SUZUKI products have great value that will give you driving pleasure for years. This owner’s manual was prepared to give you a safe, enjoyable, and trouble-free experience with your SUZUKI vehicle. In this manual, you will learn about the vehicle’s operation, its safety features and maintenance requirements.
  • Page 4 A wide variety of non-genuine replacement parts and accessories for SUZUKI vehicles are currently available in the market. Using these parts and accessories can affect the vehicle performance and shorten its useful life. Therefore, installation of non-genuine SUZUKI parts and accessories is not covered under warranty.
  • Page 5 SERVICE STATION GUIDE 1. Engine hood release handle (see section 5) 2. Engine coolant (see section 7) 3. Windshield washer fluid (see section 7) (RHD) 4. Engine oil dipstick <Yellow> (see section 7) 5. CVT fluid dipstick <Orange> (see section 7) 6.
  • Page 6 MEMO 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS FUEL RECOMMENDATION BEFORE DRIVING OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE DRIVING TIPS OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE EMERGENCY SERVICE APPEARANCE CARE GENERAL INFORMATION SPECIFICATIONS INDEX 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 8 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS EXTERIOR, FRONT EXAMPLE 1. Engine hood (P.5-2) 2. Windshield wipers (P.2-147) 3. Dual sensor (if equipped) (P.3-68) 4. Radar sensor (if equipped) (P.3-39, 3-52) 5. Frame (towing) hook (P.5-11) 6. Position lights & Daytime running lights (D.R.L.) (if equipped) (P.2-133, 2-136) 7.
  • Page 9 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS EXTERIOR, REAR EXAMPLE 1. Radio antenna (P.5-31) 2. High-mount stop light (P.11-4) 3. Rear window wiper (P.2-149) 4. Rearview camera (if equipped) (P.3-88) 5. Fuel filler cap (P.5-1) 6. Rear combination lights (P.7-42) 7. Tailgate (P.2-5) 8.
  • Page 10 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERIOR, FRONT EXAMPLE 1. Power window controls (P.2-17)/ Remote mirror control switch (if equipped) (P.2-21)/ Outside rearview mirror folding switch (if equipped) (P.2-21) 2. Front passenger’s front air bag (P.2-50) 3. Front seats (P.2-22) 4. Side air bags (P.2-54) 5.
  • Page 11 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Sun visor (P.5-4) VIEW A (Left hand drive vehicle) EXAMPLE 2. Front interior light (P.5-5, 7-45) 3. Hands-free microphone (if equipped) (P.5-65) 4. Inside rearview mirror (P.2-20) 52RM00040 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 12 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Fuses (P.7-34) VIEW B EXAMPLE 2. Lighting control lever (P.2-133)/ 3 4 5 6 Turn signal control lever (P.2-145)/ Front fog light switch (if equipped) (P.2-138)/ Rear fog light switch (P.2-138) 3. Remote audio controls (if equipped) (P.5-77) 4.
  • Page 13 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Instrument cluster VIEW C EXAMPLE (P.2-62, 2-73, 2-90)/ Information display (P.2-64, 2-76, 2-94) 2. Windshield wiper and washer lever (P.2-147)/ Rear window wiper/ washer switch (P.2-149) 3. Audio (if equipped) (P.5-33) 4. Hazard warning switch (P.2-147) 5.
  • Page 14 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS INTERIOR, REAR EXAMPLE 1. Seat belts (P.2-28) 2. Assist grips (if equipped) (P.5-7) 3. Side curtain air bags (P.2-54) 4. Rear seats (P.2-25) 52RM00070 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 15 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS LUGGAGE EXAMPLE COMPARTMENT 1. Luggage compartment cover (if equipped) (P.5-11) 2. Luggage compartment light (if equipped) (P.5-5, 7-45) 3. Luggage compartment hook (P.5-10) 4. Jack handle (P.8-1) 5. Towing hook (P.5-11) 6. Wheel wrench (P.8-1) 7. Flat tire repair kit (P.8-6) 8.
  • Page 16 ILLUSTRATED TABLE OF CONTENTS MEMO 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 17: Fuel Recommendation

    FUEL RECOMMENDATION FUEL RECOMMENDATION Fuel recommendation ............1-1 65D394 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 18 FUEL RECOMMENDATION Gasoline-ethanol blends Fuel recommendation NOTICE Blends of unleaded gasoline and ethanol (grain alcohol), also known as gasohol, are The fuel tank has an air space to commercially available in certain areas. allow for fuel expansion in hot Blends of this type may be used in your weather.
  • Page 19: Before Driving

    BEFORE DRIVING BEFORE DRIVING Supplemental restraint system (air bags) ......2-49 Instrument cluster (Type A) (if equipped) ......2-62 Speedometer ............... 2-63 Tachometer ................2-63 Fuel gauge ................2-63 Brightness control .............. 2-64 Information display ............. 2-64 Instrument cluster (Type B) (if equipped) ......2-73 Speedometer ...............
  • Page 20: Keys

    Ask an ignition mode to “ON”. If you need to make authorized SUZUKI dealer to have the sys- spare keys or remote controllers, see an tem inspected.
  • Page 21: Door Locks

    • If you lose your immobilizer ignition key Ignition key reminder (if equipped) or remote controller, ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible to A buzzer sounds intermittently to remind deactivate the lost one, and to make a you to remove the ignition key if it is in the new key or remote controller.
  • Page 22 BEFORE DRIVING To unlock a driver’s door from the outside NOTE: Central door locking system of the vehicle, insert the key and turn the You can switch the function that unlocks all top of the key toward the rear of the vehi- doors from requiring two turns to requiring cle.
  • Page 23 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: NOTE: • You can also lock or unlock all doors by • You can also activate the dead lock sys- operating the transmitter or remote con- tem by operating the transmitter or troller. Refer to “Keyless push start sys- remote controller.
  • Page 24 BEFORE DRIVING Child-proof locks (rear door) Tailgate EXAMPLE WARNING Front Always check that the tailgate is closed and latched securely. Com- pletely closing the tailgate helps pre- vent occupants from being thrown from the vehicle in the event of an accident.
  • Page 25 If the tailgate cannot be unlatched by push- ing the unlatch switch (1), have the vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. CAUTION Check that there is no one near the 52RM20640...
  • Page 26: Keyless Push Start System Remote Controller / Keyless Entry System Transmitter (If Equipped)

    • If radio wave interference is a con- cern, have the function of the antenna(s) disabled by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM20050 Your vehicle is equipped with either a key- less push start system remote controller (Type A) or a keyless entry system trans- mitter (Type B).
  • Page 27 • If you lose one of the remote controllers, cle, if you push LOCK button on the will not unlock the side doors. ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer as remote controller, the exterior buzzer will soon as possible for replacement. Have sound and doors cannot be locked.
  • Page 28 BEFORE DRIVING Keyless unlocking/locking using the The turn signal lights will flash once and time, the light will start to fade out imme- request switches the exterior buzzer will sound once when diately. the doors are locked, and then the turn sig- nal lights will flash once and the exterior Check that the doors are locked after you buzzer will sound once again when the...
  • Page 29 • If you lose one of the remote controllers, The remote controller is a sensitive can lock or unlock the doors by pushing ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer as electronic instrument. To avoid dam- the request switch. soon as possible for a replacement.
  • Page 30 BEFORE DRIVING Press the request switch again after doing The indicator light will turn off within sev- the following: eral seconds after the remote controller is With the ignition mode changed to “LOCK” returned to an area of the vehicle other (OFF) by pressing the engine switch, bring than the rear luggage area.
  • Page 31 BEFORE DRIVING Battery replacement WARNING If the remote controller becomes unusable, replace the battery. Swallowing a lithium battery may To replace the battery of the remote con- cause serious internal injury. Do not troller: allow anyone to swallow a lithium battery.
  • Page 32 (including the tailgate) simultane- about disposing of or recycling the used • To unlock only the driver’s door, push ously by operating the transmitter near the battery, consult an authorized SUZUKI UNLOCK button (2) once. vehicle. dealer. • To unlock other doors, push UNLOCK button (2) once again.
  • Page 33 • If you lose one of the transmitters, ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer as soon The turn signal lights will flash once when as possible for a replacement. Have an...
  • Page 34 8) Dispose of the used battery properly about disposing of or recycling of the used according to applicable rules or regula- battery, consult an authorized SUZUKI tions. Do not dispose of lithium batter- dealer. ies with ordinary household trash.
  • Page 35: Theft Deterrent Light

    BEFORE DRIVING Type B Theft deterrent light Windows The keyless entry system, transmitter model T61M0 and controller model K68P2 are in compliance with the essential Manual window control requirements and other provisions of (if equipped) Directive 1999/5/EC. EXAMPLE 52RM20100 This light will blink with the ignition switch in “LOCK”...
  • Page 36 BEFORE DRIVING Driver’s side (Type B) Passenger’s door Electric window controls EXAMPLE EXAMPLE The electric windows can only be operated when the ignition switch is in “ON” position or the ignition mode is “ON”. Driver’s side (Type A) EXAMPLE 52RM20220 52RM20110 The driver’s door has a switch (1) to oper- The passenger’s door has a switch (5) to...
  • Page 37 BEFORE DRIVING Lock switch (type A) operating any of the switches (2), (3), (4) or (5). To restore normal operation, release EXAMPLE CLOSE the lock switch by pushing it again. WARNING • You should always lock the pas- senger’s window operation when there are children in the vehicle.
  • Page 38 AUTO-DOWN feature will be tion function. Have your vehicle inspected deactivated, while the AUTO-UP feature by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. may remain activated. The pinching pre- vention function needs to be initialized. 2-19...
  • Page 39: Mirrors

    BEFORE DRIVING When driving at night, you can move the Outside rearview mirrors Mirrors selector tab to the night position to reduce glare from the headlights of vehicles behind you. EXAMPLE Inside rearview mirror WARNING • Always adjust the mirror with the selector set to the day position.
  • Page 40 BEFORE DRIVING 1) Rotate the selector switch to the left or Electric mirrors (if equipped) Outside rearview mirrors folding right to select the mirror you wish to switch (if equipped) adjust. 2) Push the side of the switch to the direc- tion in which you wish to move the mir- EXAMPLE ror.
  • Page 41: Front Seats

    BEFORE DRIVING Front seats WARNING Do not place any object under the Seat adjustment front seat. If an object becomes caught under the front seat, the fol- lowing may occur. WARNING • The seat will not be latched. • The lithium-ion battery, located Never attempt to adjust the driver’s under the front left side seat in a seat or seatback while driving.
  • Page 42 BEFORE DRIVING Seat position adjustment lever (1) Pull the lever up and slide the seat. EXAMPLE Seatback angle adjustment lever (2) Pull the lever up and move the seatback. Seat height adjustment lever (3) (if equipped) Pull the lever up to raise the seat. Push the lever down to lower the seat.
  • Page 43 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Head restraints (Adjustable type) Front seat heater (if equipped) It may be necessary to recline the seat- back to provide enough overhead clear- ance to remove the head restraint. Front EXAMPLE 80J001 52RM20140 Head restraints are designed to help With the ignition switch is in “ON”...
  • Page 44: Rear Seats

    BEFORE DRIVING Rear seats NOTICE To avoid damaging the heater ele- Head restraints (if equipped) ment: • Do not subject the front seats to Head restraints are designed to help heavy impacts, such as children reduce the risk of neck injuries in the case jumping on them.
  • Page 45 BEFORE DRIVING Rear Folding rear seats NOTICE EXAMPLE The rear seats of your vehicle can be • When you move a seatback, make folded forward to provide additional cargo sure the belt webbing is hooked in space. the seat belt hangers so the seat belts are not caught by the seat- To fold the rear seats forward: back, seat hinge, or seat latch.
  • Page 46 BEFORE DRIVING NOTICE NOTICE CAUTION After folding the rear seatback for- • When returning the rear seatback Do not put your hand into the rear ward, do not allow any foreign mate- to the normal position, check that seatback lock opening, or your finger rial to enter the lock opening.
  • Page 47: Seat Belts And Child Restraint Systems

    BEFORE DRIVING Seat belts and child restraint systems Above the pelvis Across the pelvis 65D606 65D201 WARNING WARNING • Never allow persons to ride in the (Continued) 65D231S cargo area of a vehicle. In the event • Seat belts should never be worn of an accident, there is a much with the straps twisted and should WARNING...
  • Page 48 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • Never use the same seat belt for • For children, if the shoulder belt more than one occupant and never irritates the neck or face, move the attach a seat belt over an infant or child closer to the center of the as low as possible child being held on an occupant’s...
  • Page 49 BEFORE DRIVING Safety reminder Lap-shoulder belt Sit up straight and fully back Emergency locking retractor (ELR) Low on hips The seat belt has an emergency locking retractor (ELR), which is designed to lock the seat belt only during a sudden stop or Low on hips impact.
  • Page 50 BEFORE DRIVING EXAMPLE 60A036 80J2008 60A039 To fasten the seat belt, sit up straight and NOTE: To unfasten the seat belt, push the red far back into the seat, pull the latch plate The word “CENTER” is marked on the “PRESS”...
  • Page 51 BEFORE DRIVING (1) Driver’s seat belt reminder light / front Seat belt reminder passenger’s seat belt reminder light (2) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear left)* EXAMPLE (3) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear center)* (4) Rear passenger’s seat belt reminder light (rear right)* *1 This symbol represents that the seat belt is unfastened.
  • Page 52 BEFORE DRIVING Driver’s seat belt reminder Front passenger’s seat belt reminder The reminder will be automatically can- If the driver’s seat belt remains unbuckled The front passenger’s seat belt reminder celed when the rear seat belt is buckled or when the ignition switch is turned to “ON” will activate only when there is a passen- the ignition switch is turned off, or the position or the engine switch is pressed to...
  • Page 53 BEFORE DRIVING Shoulder anchor height adjuster Seat belt hanger Seat belt inspection (if equipped) EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52RM20150 65D209S 64J198 Periodically check if the seat belts work NOTICE properly and are not damaged. Check the Adjust the shoulder anchor height so that webbing, buckles, latch plates, retractors, the shoulder belt rides on the center of the When you move a seatback, make...
  • Page 54 The following types of child restraint sys- tem are available generally. Infant restraint EXAMPLE 80JC008 SUZUKI highly recommends that you use a child restraint system to restrain infants and small children. Many different types of child restraint systems are available; check 80JC007...
  • Page 55 When purchasing a child restraint and This will help avoid injury to the child install it to your SUZUKI vehicle, refer to in the event of an accident. the information about suitability for child restraints shown in “Child restraint system...
  • Page 56 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING Children could be endangered in a crash if their child restraint systems are not properly secured in the vehi- cle. When installing a child restraint system, follow instructions below. Secure the child in the restraint system according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Page 57 BEFORE DRIVING Child restraint system for countries applied for UN Regulation No.16 CAUTION Adjust the height of the rear head restraint or remove it for fitting the child restraint, as necessary. However, if a booster cushion not equipped with the head restraint is fitted, the rear seat head restraint should not be removed. If the rear head restraint is removed for fitting the child restraint, you need to install it again after removing the child restraint.
  • Page 58 =Built-in restraint approved for this mass group =Seat position not suitable for children in this mass group NOTE: 1) SUZUKI recommends “Britax Römer Baby Safe Plus” child seat. SUZUKI Genuine Accessory part number: 990E0-59J37-001 2) Child seat with support leg are forbidden in this seating position.
  • Page 59 BEFORE DRIVING Installation suitability of ISOFIX child restraint systems Vehicle ISOFIX positions Size Mass Group Fixture Front Rear Rear Intermediate Intermediate Others class Passenger Outboard Center Outboard Center sites ISO/L1 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. carrycot ISO/L2 N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
  • Page 60 =ISOFIX position not suitable for ISOFIX child restraint systems in this mass group and/or this size class. NOTE: 1) SUZUKI recommends “Britax Römer Duo Plus” child seat. SUZUKI Genuine Accessory part number: 990E0-59J56-000 2) SUZUKI recommends “Britax Römer KidFix XP” child seat.
  • Page 61 BEFORE DRIVING Installation suitability of i-Size child restraint systems Seating position Front Rear Rear Rear Intermediate Intermediate Intermediate Passenger Outboard Outboard Outboard Outboard Center Center Outboard Left Right Left Right i-Size Child N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. Restraint Systems Key of letters to be inserted in the above table i-U =Suitable for i-Size “universal”...
  • Page 62 BEFORE DRIVING ELR type belt Whenever possible, SUZUKI recom- Installation with lap-shoulder seat mends that child restraint systems be belts EXAMPLE installed on the rear seat. According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in rear seating posi- CAUTION tions than in front seating positions.
  • Page 63 BEFORE DRIVING Install the ISOFIX type child restraint sys- Here is a general instruction: Installation with ISOFIX type tem according to the instructions provided anchorages CAUTION by the child restraint system manufacturer. After installation, try moving the child If your vehicle is equipped with the restraint system in all directions especially rear head restraint, adjust the height forward to check that connecting bars are...
  • Page 64 BEFORE DRIVING EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 78F114 68LM268 54G184 1) Place the child restraint in the rear seat, 2) Use your hands to carefully align the 3) Push the child restraint toward the anchor- inserting the connecting bars to the connecting bar tips with the anchor- ages so that the connecting bar tips are anchorages between the seat cushion ages.
  • Page 65 BEFORE DRIVING 1) Remove the luggage compartment cover Installation of child restraint with (if equipped). EXAMPLE top tether 2) Secure the child restraint on the rear seat using the procedure described above for securing a restraint system EXAMPLE that does not require a top tether strap. Front 3) Hook the top tether strap to the top tether anchorage bracket and tighten...
  • Page 66 This section describes your SUZUKI 5) Check that cargo does not interfere belts are fastened. For precautions and vehicle’s seat belt pretensioner sys- with routing of the top tether strap.
  • Page 67 SUZUKI vehicle, authorized tensioner system serviced by an autho- SUZUKI dealer, body repair shop, or scrap rized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. yard for assistance. If AIR BAG light on the instrument cluster does not blink or come on briefly when the ignition switch is turned to “ON”...
  • Page 68: Supplemental Restraint System (Air Bags)

    Supplemental restraint EXAMPLE system (air bags) WARNING This section describes the protection provided by your SUZUKI vehicle’s supplemental restraint system (air bags). Read and follow all instruc- tions carefully to minimize your risk of severe injury or death in the event of a crash.
  • Page 69 Have the air bag system offer no protection in those types of acci- inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer dents. Since an air bag deploys only one as soon as possible. time during an accident, seat belts are needed to restrain occupants from further movements during the accident.
  • Page 70 BEFORE DRIVING Therefore, an air bag is not a substitute for Front passenger’s front air bag seat belts. To maximize your protection, EXAMPLE always fasten your seat belts. Be aware that no system can prevent all possible injuries that may occur in an accident. Driver’s front air bag 58MS030 52RM20290...
  • Page 71 BEFORE DRIVING Conditions of front air bags deployment Conditions of front air bags may inflate (inflation) Receiving a strong impact to the lower body of your vehicle, the front air bags may inflate. 80J101 • Landing hard or falling 80J097 •...
  • Page 72 BEFORE DRIVING Front air bags may not inflate The front air bags may not inflate when a strong impact has not occurred since the crash object was easy to be deformed or moved, or the crashed portion of your vehi- cle was easy to be deformed.
  • Page 73 BEFORE DRIVING Front air bags do not inflate Side air bags and side curtain air Front air bags do not inflate in rear bags impacts, side impacts or rollovers, etc. However, these might inflate in a strong impact. EXAMPLE 80J110 •...
  • Page 74 BEFORE DRIVING Therefore, an air bag is not a substitute for Side curtain air bags Conditions of side air bags and side seat belts. To maximize your protection, curtain air bags deployment (inflation) EXAMPLE always fasten your seat belts. Be aware that no system can prevent all possible injuries that may occur in an accident.
  • Page 75 BEFORE DRIVING Side air bags and side curtain air bags may not inflate 52RM20730 80J101 • Hitting a curb or bump • Landing hard or falling 80J121 80J100E 80J122 • Falling into a deep hole or ditch • Impact from the side to the vehicle body other than the passenger compartment 2-56 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 76 BEFORE DRIVING Side air bags and side curtain air bags do not inflate 80J123 80J125 • Impact from the side at an oblique angle • Impact from the side by a motorcycle or 80J120 bicycle • Crash from the rear 80J124 80J126 •...
  • Page 77 BEFORE DRIVING A seat belt helps keep you in the proper How the system works position for maximum protection when an air bag inflates. Adjust your seat as far In a frontal crash, the crash sensors will back as possible while still maintaining detect rapid deceleration, and if the con- control of the vehicle.
  • Page 78 Remind anyone who ser- ger should not rest his or her body bag system inspected by an authorized vices your SUZUKI vehicle that it has air against the dashboard, or other- SUZUKI dealer to ensure that it works bags.
  • Page 79 BEFORE DRIVING When the front passenger’s air bag is acti- Front passenger air bag deactiva- vated, both “PASSENGER AIRBAG ON” tion system indicator (1) and “PASSENGER AIRBAG OFF” indicator (2) come on for a few sec- onds and then go out. EXAMPLE After that, only “PASSENGER AIRBAG ON”...
  • Page 80 Whenever possible, SUZUKI recom- 1) Check that the ignition switch is in 1) Check that the ignition switch is in mends that child restraint systems be “LOCK”...
  • Page 81: Instrument Cluster (Type A) (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Instrument cluster (Type A) (if equipped) 1. Speedometer 2. Tachometer 3. Information display 4. Trip meter selector knob 5. Indicator selector knob 6. Warning and indicator lights EXAMPLE 52RM20460 2-62 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 82: Speedometer

    BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Speedometer Fuel gauge The activation point of the low fuel warning light (1) varies depending on road condi- The speedometer indicates vehicle speed. tions (for example, slope or curve) and driving conditions because of fuel move- ment in the tank. Tachometer Refer to “Low fuel warning light”...
  • Page 83: Brightness Control

    BEFORE DRIVING Brightness control Information display WARNING Do not adjust the brightness of the Information display is shown when the igni- instrument panel lights while driving. tion switch is turned to “ON” position. Otherwise, you could lose control of the vehicle. EXAMPLE NOTE: •...
  • Page 84 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Clock When you reconnect the negative (–) ter- EXAMPLE minal to the lead-acid battery, the clock The display (A) shows the time. indication will be reinitialized. Change the To change the time indication: indication again to your preference. 1) Push the trip meter selector knob (1) and the indicator selector knob (2) Thermometer...
  • Page 85 BEFORE DRIVING To change the unit of temperature, while To switch the display indication (D), push Selector position (for CVT vehi- pushing and holding the trip meter selector the trip meter selector knob (1) or the indi- cles) / Gearshift indicator (if knob (1), turn the indicator selector knob cator selector knob (2) quickly.
  • Page 86 BEFORE DRIVING Trip meter Instantaneous fuel consumption Push the trip meter selector The trip meter can be used to measure the The display shows the value of instanta- knob (1). distance traveled on short trips or between neous fuel consumption only when the fuel stops.
  • Page 87 BEFORE DRIVING • For “L/100km” or “km/L” setting, you can (For “L/100km” or “km/L” setting) Driving range change the units that instantaneous fuel To change the unit of average fuel con- If you selected driving range the last time consumption is displayed in. Refer to sumption, while pushing and holding the you drove the vehicle, the display indicates “Average fuel consumption”...
  • Page 88 (D) SUZUKI dealer. If you reset it by yourself, cates odometer. to tell you it is necessary to change the follow the procedure described below: engine oil and oil filter.
  • Page 89 BEFORE DRIVING Setting mode In the setting mode, you can set up and customize the following functions. Indication Functions Time indication of clock “ ” Central door locking system “ ” Additional flashes of the turn signal “ ” Lighting time of the “To car” function “ ”...
  • Page 90 BEFORE DRIVING • : Disable the additional flashes Turn the indicator selector knob of turn signal EXAMPLE (2). Lighting time of the “To car” function “ ” • : Disable the “To car” function Push the indicator selector • : 10 seconds (default setting) knob (2).
  • Page 91 BEFORE DRIVING (Except for EU countries) • : Comfort Mode (default set- ting) • : Load Mode Refer to “Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS)” in “OPERATING YOUR VEHI- CLE” section for details. Initialization setting “ ” • Initialize all settings How to exit the setting mode: Switch the display to show “...
  • Page 92: Instrument Cluster (Type B) (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Instrument cluster (Type B) (if equipped) 1. Speedometer 2. Tachometer 3. Fuel gauge 4. Temperature gauge 5. Information display 6. Trip meter selector knob 7. Indicator selector knob 8. Warning and indicator lights EXAMPLE 52RM20530 2-73 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 93: Speedometer

    BEFORE DRIVING Refer to “Low fuel warning light” in “Warn- Speedometer Fuel gauge ing and indicator lights” in this section for details. The speedometer indicates vehicle speed. The mark (2) indicates that the fuel filler door is located on the left side of the vehi- cle.
  • Page 94: Temperature Gauge

    BEFORE DRIVING To reduce the brightness of the instrument Temperature gauge Brightness control panel lights, turn the indicator selector knob (1) counterclockwise. WARNING EXAMPLE Do not adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights while driving. Otherwise, you could lose control of the vehicle.
  • Page 95: Information Display

    BEFORE DRIVING (2) Trip meter selector knob Information display (3) Indicator selector knob The information display is shown when the The information display shows the follow- ignition switch is in “ON” position. ing information. Display (A) Clock Display (B) Thermometer (if equipped) Display (C) Warning and indicator messages / Fuel consumption / Driving range / Average...
  • Page 96 BEFORE DRIVING When the display (C) shows the driving Clock Thermometer (if equipped) range, you can change the unit of tem- perature. When the ignition switch is in “ON” posi- When the ignition switch is in “ON” posi- To change the unit of temperature, refer to tion, the display (A) shows the time.
  • Page 97 BEFORE DRIVING (a) Instantaneous fuel consumption Fuel consumption / Driving range / Average speed / Driving time / (b) Average fuel consumption Total idling stop time / Total idling fuel saved / Energy flow indicator (c) Driving range (d) Average speed When there are no warning or indicator messages on the display (C), you can select one (e) Driving time of the following indications to appear on the display: instantaneous fuel consumption,...
  • Page 98 BEFORE DRIVING Instantaneous fuel consumption Average fuel consumption To change the timing to reset the value of The display shows instantaneous fuel con- If you selected average fuel consumption average fuel consumption, refer to “Setting sumption with a bar graph only when the the last time you drove the vehicle, the dis- mode”...
  • Page 99 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Driving time Total idling fuel saved • If you refuel when the ignition switch is in The display shows the total amount of driv- The display shows the total amount (in mil- “ON” position, the driving range may not ing time since the indication was reset.
  • Page 100 BEFORE DRIVING Trip meter Idling stop time and idling stop fuel Setting mode saved The display (E) shows the trip meter. When the ignition switch is in “ON” position and the vehicle is stationary, you can enter The trip meter can be used to measure the the setting mode of the information display EXAMPLE distance traveled on short trips or between...
  • Page 101 (3) left or right • If you want to change the number of (Average fuel consumption reset setting) repeatedly when the minute indication flashing, consult an authorized SUZUKI You can change when the value of aver- appears as reversed color. To change dealer.
  • Page 102 BEFORE DRIVING Oil change TPMS (“Regen disp” setting) (Oil life monitoring system reset setting) (Tire pressure monitoring system set- You can choose that the deceleration The oil life monitoring system must be ting) energy regenerating indicator light comes reset after changing the engine oil and oil •...
  • Page 103 BEFORE DRIVING • When you push and hold the indicator Warning and indicator messages selector knob (3) for about 2 seconds while a message is displayed, the mes- The display shows warning and indicator sage will disappear temporarily. If the messages to let you know about certain problem that caused the message is not vehicle problems.
  • Page 104 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator messages All models Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior A door or tailgate is not properly closed. Stop (only while vehicle buzzer; only while vehicle is the vehicle in a safe place and close the door or is in motion) in motion)
  • Page 105 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Beep (one time from interior Fuel level is low. Refill it as soon as possible. buzzer) (#1) 52RM20950 The road may be icy. Drive very carefully. (#1) 52RM20960 Blinks Beep (one time from interior...
  • Page 106 Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with ESP system. buzzer) Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM20980 Hill hold control system Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with hill hold control buzzer) system.
  • Page 107 BEFORE DRIVING Vehicle with ENG A-STOP system Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light The engine does not stop automatically by the ENG A-STOP system, because any of the auto stop conditions is not met. Refer to “ENG A-STOP system (engine auto stop start system)”...
  • Page 108 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Series of beeps under cer- The engine restarts automatically, because the tain conditions (from interior brake booster vacuum pressure is low, the buzzer) driver’s door is opened, the driver’s seat belt is unfastened or other reason.
  • Page 109: Instrument Cluster (Type C) (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Instrument cluster (Type C) (if equipped) 1. Speedometer 2. Tachometer 3. Fuel gauge 4. Temperature gauge 5. Information display 6. Trip meter selector knob 7. Indicator selector knob 8. Warning and indicator lights EXAMPLE 52RM20590 2-90 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 110: Speedometer

    BEFORE DRIVING Refer to “Low fuel warning light” in “Warn- Speedometer Fuel gauge ing and indicator lights” in this section for details. The speedometer indicates vehicle speed. The mark (2) indicates that the fuel filler door is located on the left side of the vehi- cle.
  • Page 111: Temperature Gauge

    BEFORE DRIVING To reduce the brightness of the instrument Temperature gauge Brightness control panel lights, turn the indicator selector knob (1) counterclockwise. WARNING EXAMPLE Do not adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights while driving. Otherwise, you could lose control of the vehicle.
  • Page 112: Information Switch (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING To switch to the setting mode To exit the setting mode Information switch 1) Push and hold the information switch 1) Push the indicator selector knob (2) (1) when the vehicle is stationary. and select “Back”. (if equipped) 2) After the display of setting mode is 2) Push the information switch (1) quickly.
  • Page 113: Information Display

    BEFORE DRIVING Display (D) Information display Selector position (for automatic transaxle EXAMPLE or CVT vehicles) / Gearshift indicator The information display is shown when the (if equipped) ignition switch is in “ON” position or the Display (E) ignition mode is “ON”. Trip meter Display (F) Odometer...
  • Page 114 BEFORE DRIVING If the outside temperature nears freezing Clock condition, the message shown in the above illustration will appear on the dis- The display (A) shows the time. play. To set the clock, follow “Setting mode” To change the temperature unit between instructions in this section.
  • Page 115 BEFORE DRIVING (a) Instantaneous fuel consumption / Fuel consumption / Driving range / Average speed / Driving time / Clock Average fuel consumption / Driving and date / Motion / Torque and power / Accelerator and brake / Energy flow range (if equipped) (b) Instantaneous fuel consumption / Average...
  • Page 116 BEFORE DRIVING Instantaneous fuel consumption • For “km/L” setting, the indicated maxi- Average fuel consumption / 5-minute The display shows instantaneous fuel con- mum value of instantaneous fuel con- average fuel consumption / 1-driving sumption with a bar graph only when the sumption is 50.
  • Page 117 BEFORE DRIVING If you selected average fuel consumption (5-minute average fuel consumption) You can check transition of average fuel the last time you drove the vehicle, the dis- consumption every 5 minutes from 15 min- EXAMPLE play shows the last value of average fuel utes before up to now.
  • Page 118 BEFORE DRIVING until the fuel gauge indicates “E”, based on (Average speed) NOTE: current driving conditions. When you reconnect the negative (–) ter- EXAMPLE minal to the lead-acid battery, the value of When the low fuel warning light comes on, average speed will be shown after driving the display “---”...
  • Page 119 BEFORE DRIVING Driving time Clock and date WARNING Date and time are shown. For the setting EXAMPLE procedure, refer to “Setting mode” in this Do not look in the display while driv- section. ing. Doing so may result in an unex- pected accident.
  • Page 120 The state of SHVS operation can be checked on the information display. For details, refer When you turn the ignition switch to “LOCK” to “SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) (if equipped)” in “OPERATING YOUR VEHI- position or press the engine switch to CLE”...
  • Page 121 BEFORE DRIVING Selector position (for automatic Trip meter Setting mode transaxle or CVT vehicles) / Gear- The display (E) shows the trip meter. When the ignition switch is in “ON” position shift indicator (if equipped) or the ignition mode is “ON” and the vehi- The trip meter can be used to measure the cle is stationary, you can enter into the set- distance traveled on short trips or between...
  • Page 122 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: Fuel reset • To change the minute indication, turn the • If you push and hold the indicator selec- (Average fuel consumption reset set- indicator selector knob (3) left or right tor knob (3) to enter into the setting ting) repeatedly when the minute indication mode when the display (C) shows aver-...
  • Page 123 Then, select “ON” or “OFF” more comfortable cabin condition by air • If you want to change the number of conditioner. flashing, consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer. Guide me light setting (Light setting) (if equipped) You can change the lighting time of “To car”...
  • Page 124 BEFORE DRIVING Display item Default NOTE: (“Calendar dis” setting) (Initialization setting) • When the problem that causes a mes- You can select whether you show the cal- If you select “YES” and push the indicator sage to appear is corrected, the mes- ender on the information display or not.
  • Page 125 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator messages All models Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior A door or tailgate is not properly closed. (only while vehicle buzzer; only while vehicle is Stop the vehicle in a safe place and close is in motion) in motion)
  • Page 126 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Beep (one time from interior Fuel level is low. Refill it as soon as possi- buzzer) ble. (#1) 52RM21180 The road may be icy. Drive very carefully. (#1) 52RM21190 (#1) This message will disappear for a while even if the problem that caused the message to appear is not corrected.
  • Page 127 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior Change the engine oil and oil filter as soon buzzer) as possible. The oil life monitoring system must be reset after changing the engine oil and oil filter.
  • Page 128 BEFORE DRIVING Vehicle with keyless push start system Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light This message is displayed when “ACC” position is selected as the ignition mode. (#1) 52RM21210 The brake pedal (for automatic transaxle or CVT models) or the clutch pedal (for man- ual transaxle models) is depressed.
  • Page 129 Also, the vehicle battery volt- age may be decreased. When the message is displayed even if you start the engine with normal voltage of the vehicle battery, have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM21240 2-110 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 130 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Series of beeps under cer- The remote controller may be outside the tain conditions (for about 2 vehicle or its battery may be discharged. seconds from exterior and/or Bring the remote controller in the vehicle or interior buzzers) touch the engine push start switch with the...
  • Page 131 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light This message is displayed when “ON” posi- tion is selected as the ignition mode. (#1) 52RM21270 Blinks Beep (one time from interior The steering lock is not disengaged. While buzzer) lightly turning the steering wheel in both directions, press the engine switch again.
  • Page 132 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior The remote controller battery is about to buzzer) become flat. Replace the battery. (#1) 52RM21290 Manual transaxle The engine switch is pressed without depressing the brake and clutch pedals.
  • Page 133 BEFORE DRIVING Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Automatic transaxle or CVT The engine switch is pressed with the gear- shift lever in a position other than “P” or “N” or without depressing the brake pedal. Try again as instructed by the message.
  • Page 134 BEFORE DRIVING CVT model Warning and indicator Master warning Sound Cause and remedy message indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior The CVT fluid temperature becomes too buzzer) high. Stop the vehicle in a safe place and let the fluid cool down.
  • Page 135 There may be a problem with ESP sys- buzzer) tem. Have your vehicle inspected by an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM21340 Hill hold control system Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with hill hold con- buzzer) trol system (if equipped).
  • Page 136 BEFORE DRIVING NOTE: • If your vehicle is equipped with the ENG A-STOP system, the information display also indicates warning and indicator messages related to the system. For information on these messages, refer to “ENG A-STOP system (engine auto stop start system) (if equipped)”...
  • Page 137: Warning And Indicator Lights

    75 seconds while driving, have your vehicle and then remain continuously illuminated. inspected by an authorized SUZUKI This sequence will be repeated after the dealer. Even if the light turns off after ignition switch is turned to “ON” position or...
  • Page 138 BEFORE DRIVING WARNING WARNING WARNING The load-carrying capacity of your Continuing to drive with the low tire (Continued) tires is reduced at lower inflation pressure warning light on can lead to • If your vehicle is equipped with a pressures. If your tires are even mod- an accident, resulting in severe injury flat tire repair kit instead of a spare erately under-inflated, the load on the...
  • Page 139 If any of the following conditions the vehicle’s brake system. occur, you should immediately ask If this happens: an authorized SUZUKI dealer to 1) Pull off the road and stop carefully. inspect the brake system. • If the brake system warning light...
  • Page 140 If one of the above occurs, have the sys- light is working. If the light stays on or tem inspected by an authorized SUZUKI comes on when driving, there may be dealer.
  • Page 141 ® “Electronic stability program (ESP )” in tem should be inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer before you drive the vehi- “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. cle again. NOTICE • If you operate the engine with this light on, severe engine damage can result.
  • Page 142 “ON” position or tem. the engine switch is pressed to Bring the vehicle to an authorized SUZUKI change the ignition mode to “ON”, dealer to have the damage fixed. stays on for more than 10 seconds,...
  • Page 143 If this check that the light is working. light still stays on, ask an authorized If this light comes on when the engine is SUZUKI dealer to have the system 54G343 running, there is a problem with the auto- inspected.
  • Page 144 Have your vehicle inspected change the ignition mode to “ON”, this light operation. This is normal and indicates that by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. comes on. When the engine is started, the the power steering system works properly.
  • Page 145 NOTICE 54P000255 sor. Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer to When the ignition switch is turned to “ON” have the radar sensor inspected. Continuing to drive the vehicle when position or the engine switch is pressed to •...
  • Page 146 (if equipped) tor light (if equipped) failure of the dual sensor. Ask an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer to have the dual sensor inspected. Under the following situations, the function of the dual sensor stops temporarily. When the situations are improved, the temporary stop of the function will be canceled.
  • Page 147 For details, refer to “Dual sensor brake sup- restarting the engine, there may be a port (if equipped)” in “OPERATING YOUR failure of the dual sensor. Ask an autho- VEHICLE” section. rized SUZUKI dealer to have the dual sensor inspected. 2-128 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 148 Bring the vehicle to an authorized ® • When the ESP OFF switch is pushed to SUZUKI dealer to have the problem cor- SUZUKI dealer to have the problem cor- ® turn off the ESP systems (other than rected.
  • Page 149 • If both of the indicators stay on after restarting the engine, there may be a failure of the dual sensor. Ask an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer to have the dual sensor inspected. Under the following situations, the function of the dual sensor stops temporarily. When...
  • Page 150 BEFORE DRIVING When this light comes on, change engine Illumination indicator light Rear fog light indicator light oil and oil filter immediately. For details on how to change the engine oil and oil filter, refer to “Changing engine oil and filter” in “INSPECTION AND MAINTE- NANCE”...
  • Page 151 CLE” section. will go out. For details of the maintenance engine oil other than ACEA Standards schedule, refer to “Periodic maintenance or SUZUKI genuine engine oil, or vice ENG A-STOP OFF light (if equipped) schedule” in “INSPECTION AND MAINTE- versa NANCE”...
  • Page 152: Lighting Control Lever

    BEFORE DRIVING Deceleration energy regenerating S (sport) mode indicator Lighting control lever indicator light (if equipped) (if equipped) 52RM20600 72M00168 This light comes on when S (sport) mode switch is ON. When the ignition switch is turned to “ON” position or the engine switch is pressed to change the ignition mode to “ON”, this light Master warning indicator light comes on briefly so you can check that the...
  • Page 153 BEFORE DRIVING Your vehicle’s lighting system is controlled by two main systems: the lighting switch and Automatic light operation the auto-on headlight system (when the lighting switch is in “AUTO” position). (if equipped) The two systems work together to operate your lights as shown in the following chart: ON: Lights ON EXAMPLE LIGHT: When it is light around the light sensor (5).
  • Page 154 BEFORE DRIVING To turn the lights on or off, twist the knob CAUTION on the end of the lever. There are four Front position lights, tail lights, license positions: plate light, instrument lights and headlights If the light sensor area of the wind- are on.
  • Page 155 BEFORE DRIVING Auto-on headlight system Light reminder buzzer WARNING EXAMPLE The interior buzzer continuously beeps if It takes about 5 seconds for the light you open the driver’s door without turning sensor to react to a change in light- off the headlights and position lights. This ing conditions.
  • Page 156 BEFORE DRIVING To cancel the function: This function will operate only when it is Guide me light (if equipped) Perform any of the following operations. dark outside the vehicle. • If your vehicle is equipped with the key- Guide me light has two functions of “To less entry system (if equipped), it is nec- To cancel the function: home”...
  • Page 157 BEFORE DRIVING Front fog light switch Rear fog light switch Adjusting headlight pattern (if equipped) Headlight pattern, left hand traffic EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 68PM00233 68PM00232 To turn the rear fog light on, twist the knob 68PM00259 as shown in the illustration with the head- Headlight pattern, right hand traffic To turn the front fog light on, twist the knob lights on.
  • Page 158 BEFORE DRIVING The headlight pattern must be adjusted to Right hand (A) Left hand (B) avoid dazzling oncoming motorists and can be set for right or left hand traffic. LED headlights (if equipped) You do not need to adjust the light pattern. Halogen headlights (if equipped) The light pattern may not be as good.
  • Page 159 BEFORE DRIVING Right hand drive vehicle Right hand (C) Left hand (D) To readjust the light pattern by masking the headlight lens; 1) Copy the C and D templates as shown in the illustrations. 2) Transfer the template to a self-adhesive waterproof material and cut it out.
  • Page 160 BEFORE DRIVING Templates for halogen headlights 52RM20380 2-141 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 161 BEFORE DRIVING 52RM20390 2-142 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 162 BEFORE DRIVING 52RM20400 2-143 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 163 BEFORE DRIVING 52RM20410 2-144 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 164: Headlight Leveling Switch (If Equipped)

    BEFORE DRIVING Headlight leveling switch Turn signal control lever Switch Vehicle Load Condition Position (if equipped) Driver only Driver + 1 passenger (in front seat) Driver + 4 passengers, no cargo Driver + 4 passengers, cargo added Driver + full cargo 57L21128 75RM008 WARNING...
  • Page 165 With the ignition switch in “ON” position or its indicator (1 to 4 times). Please ask an the ignition mode “ON”, move the lever authorized SUZUKI dealer for the customi- upward or downward to activate the right zation. or left turn signals.
  • Page 166: Hazard Warning Switch

    BEFORE DRIVING Wiper and washer operation Hazard warning switch Windshield wiper and washer lever When the ignition switch is in “ON” position or the ignition mode is “ON”, you can use EXAMPLE the wiper/washer lever. Windshield wipers EXAMPLE 52RM20320 Push the hazard warning switch to activate 65D611 the hazard warning lights.
  • Page 167 BEFORE DRIVING Move the lever up and hold it to “MIST” Windshield washer NOTICE position, the windshield wipers will turn on continuously at low speed. To help prevent damage to the wind- EXAMPLE shield wiper and washer system EXAMPLE components, you should take the fol- lowing precautions: •...
  • Page 168: Tilt/Telescoping (If Equipped) Steering Lock Lever

    BEFORE DRIVING Rear window wiper/washer switch Tilt/telescoping (if equipped) NOTICE steering lock lever Clear ice or snow from the rear win- EXAMPLE dow and rear wiper blade before Washer using the rear wiper. Accumulated ice or snow could prevent the wiper EXAMPLE Wiper blade from moving, causing damage...
  • Page 169: Horn

    BEFORE DRIVING Horn Heated rear window switch / WARNING heated outside rearview Never attempt to adjust the steering wheel while the vehicle is moving or mirror switch (if equipped) EXAMPLE you could lose control of the vehicle. Type 1 EXAMPLE 52RM20420 Press the horn button of the steering wheel to sound the horn.
  • Page 170 BEFORE DRIVING Type 2 switch (1), both the heated outside rear- view mirrors and the heated rear window EXAMPLE will operate simultaneously. An indicator light will come on when the defogger is on. The defogger will work only when the engine is running. To turn off the defogger, push the switch (1) again.
  • Page 171: Operating Your Vehicle

    (if equipped) ........3-14 Using transaxle ..............3-17 Gearshift indicator .............. 3-26 60G408 SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) (if equipped) ..3-30 ENG A-STOP system (engine auto stop start system) (if equipped) ....3-32 Adaptive cruise control system (if equipped) ....3-39 Speed limiter (if equipped) ..........
  • Page 172: Exhaust Gas Warning

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Exhaust gas warning Daily inspection checklist WARNING (Continued) • Do not park with the engine run- Before driving ning for a long period of time, even in an open area. If it is necessary to sit for a short time in a parked vehi- cle with the engine running, check that the air intake selector is set to “FRESH AIR”...
  • Page 173: Engine Oil Consumption

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: 6) Hood latch operation Engine oil consumption It is normal for water to drip from the air Pull the hood release handle inside the conditioning system while and after use. vehicle. Check that you cannot open It is normal for the engine to consume the hood further without releasing the 4) Check that the hood is fully closed and...
  • Page 174: Ignition Switch (Vehicle Without Keyless Push Start System) (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE making it appear that the oil level has not Ignition switch changed. EXAMPLE You should also be aware that the diluting (vehicle without keyless push ingredients evaporate out when the vehicle start system) (if equipped) is subsequently driven at high speeds, such as on an expressway, making it appear that oil is excessively consumed after high-speed driving.
  • Page 175 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Manual transaxle Accessories such as the radio can oper- Turn to “LOCK” ate, but the engine is off. This is the normal operating position. All electrical systems are on. Push START This is the position for starting the engine using the starter motor.
  • Page 176: Engine Switch (Vehicle With Keyless Push Start System) (If Equipped)

    SUZUKI dealer. • Do not leave the ignition switch in “ON” position if the engine is not Press the engine switch to select this igni-...
  • Page 177 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE START Unreleased steering lock warning NOTICE Manual transaxle – Provided you have the keyless push start system remote control- If the steering lock remains engaged when Do not leave the engine switch in ler with you, the engine automatically you press the engine switch to change the “ACC”...
  • Page 178: Keyless Push Start System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the engine is off and the position Selection of ignition modes Keyless push start system lights are on. The illumination will go out when the position lights are turned off. (if equipped) Press the engine switch to select “ACC” or •...
  • Page 179 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Every time you press the engine switch, NOTE: the ignition mode changes as follows. • Automatic transaxle or CVT – If the EXAMPLE gearshift lever is in any position other Manual transaxle than “P”, or if the knob button is pushed when the gearshift lever is in “P”...
  • Page 180 Contact When either of the conditions described an authorized SUZUKI dealer for an below is met, the system causes a inspection of the system. REMOTE CONTROLLER OUTSIDE warn- •...
  • Page 181: Parking Brake Lever

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE by pressing the engine switch and then NOTE: Parking brake lever perform the engine starting operation. • Even when the remote controller is in the Refer to “Starting engine (vehicle with key- interior workable area, if it is in any of the less push start system) (if equipped)”...
  • Page 182 Automatic transaxle or CVT – shift rized SUZUKI dealer. into “P” (Park) and turn off the engine. 3) Get out of the vehicle and put chocks under the wheels.
  • Page 183: Pedal

    WARNING If brake squeal is excessive and occurs each time the brakes are applied, you should have the brakes checked by an authorized SUZUKI 80J2122 dealer. 3-12 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 184: Starting Engine (Vehicle Without Keyless Push Start System) (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE re-start the engine while the vehicle is Starting a cold and warm engine Starting engine moving, shift into “N”.) (vehicle without keyless push With your foot taken off the accelerator NOTE: pedal, crank the engine by turning the igni- start system) (if equipped) Automatic transaxle or CVT vehicles have tion key to “START”.
  • Page 185: Starting Engine (Vehicle With Keyless Push Start System) (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Caution when stopping the engine with Starting engine turbocharger When stopping the engine after climbing or (vehicle with keyless push high speed driving, let the engine idle for start system) (if equipped) about one minute or more (if it is not pro- hibited) to cool down the turbocharger and engine oil.
  • Page 186 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • Even if you fail to start the engine, the NOTICE NOTICE starter motor will stop turning automati- cally after a short time. After the starter • Do not depress the accelerator If you stop the engine while the vehi- motor has stopped or if there is some during the engine starting proce- cle is in motion, the automatic tran-...
  • Page 187 15 seconds, and then try again while keep- consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer for ing the engine switch pressed while press- inspection. ing down the accelerator pedal 1/3 of its •...
  • Page 188: Using Transaxle

    EXAMPLE that you have returned the ignition mode to this happens, have the vehicle inspected “LOCK” (OFF) using the engine switch and by an authorized SUZUKI dealer after 79MH0303 then lock the doors. Without returning the doing the following: Starting off ignition mode to “LOCK”...
  • Page 189 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Shifting For K12C engine models WARNING All forward gears are synchronized and Downshifting km/h (mph) provide quiet and easy shifting. Always • Reduce your speed and downshift depress the clutch pedal all the way to the 2nd to 1st 22 (13) to a lower gear before going down floor before shifting gears.
  • Page 190 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE pletely stationary before shifting into The gearshift lever has a lock mechanism 6-Speed automatic transaxle Reverse. to help prevent accidental shifting. Shift the gearshift lever as follows: Gearshift lever N (Neutral) Use this position for starting the engine if EXAMPLE the engine stalls and you need to restart it while the vehicle is moving.
  • Page 191 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: EXAMPLE NOTICE • Always shift the gearshift lever without pushing in the knob button except when • Do not shift the gearshift lever into you shift from “P” to “R”, from “D” to “M”, “R” while moving forward, or the from “N”...
  • Page 192 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: To shift up, pull “+” side shift paddle, • When the engine is revved, the gear is located on right side of the steering wheel, EXAMPLE shifted up automatically to prevent dam- toward you. When you release your finger age to the engine and the transaxle.
  • Page 193 52RM30300 described, take your vehicle to an autho- The automatic transaxle vehicles have an rized SUZUKI dealer for repair. electrically operated parklock feature. If the vehicle’s lead-acid battery is discharged, or there is some other electrical failure, the...
  • Page 194 • Driving on hilly, winding roads described, take the vehicle to an autho- – You can drive more smoothly with less rized SUZUKI dealer for repair. frequent gear changing • Going down a steep hill 52RM30310 –...
  • Page 195 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Gearshift lever P (Park) Shift with the knob button (1) Use this position to lock the transaxle EXAMPLE pushed in and the brake pedal when the vehicle is parked or when start- depressed. ing the engine. Shift into Park only when the vehicle is completely stationary.
  • Page 196 NOTICE described, take the vehicle to an autho- Be sure to take the following precau- EXAMPLE rized SUZUKI dealer for repair. tions to help avoid damage to the 52RM30630 CVT: Vehicles with a CVT have an electrically •...
  • Page 197: Gearshift Indicator

    In the following cases, the gearshift indica- described, take your vehicle to an autho- tor is indicated in the information display rized SUZUKI dealer for repair. when the ignition switch is in “ON” position 52RM30640 or the ignition mode is “ON”.
  • Page 198 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE The electronic control system monitors NOTE: WARNING driving condition (such as vehicle speed • For manual transaxle vehicle, the gear- and/or engine revolution), and it shows shift indicator is not indicated when the The gearshift indicator is designed to which gear position is optimal for your driv- gear position is in “N”...
  • Page 199 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Example of the gearshift indicator Manual transaxle Indication Description Lower gear position is selected for the vehicle speed and/or engine revolution. Changing to a higher gear posi- tion is recommended. • In this case, shifting up is recommended. Higher gear position is selected for the vehicle speed and/or engine revolution.
  • Page 200 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic transaxle (when using the manual mode) Indication Description Lower gear position is selected for the vehicle speed and/or engine revolution. Changing to a higher gear posi- tion is recommended. • In this case, shifting up 3rd or upper gear position is recommended. 3-29 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 201: Shvs (Smart Hybrid Vehicle By Suzuki) (If Equipped)

    This reduces engine power as a motor in the following engine loads and improves fuel consumption. limited condition. This reduces engine by Suzuki) (if equipped) loads and improves fuel consumption. While decelerating your vehicle, deceleration SHVS has an Integrated Starter Generator...
  • Page 202 STOP system or the SHVS system. You number of segments that appear in the should have the system inspected by an indication increases or decreases with the authorized SUZUKI dealer. charge of the lithium-ion battery. 52RM30440 After the engine auto stop by the ENG...
  • Page 203: Eng A-Stop System

    • When replacing the battery, use a improve fuel consumption and lower dent. SUZUKI GENUINE battery speci- engine noise. If the driver’s seat belt is unfas- fied in the Specification. tened or the driver’s door is •...
  • Page 204 • The lithium-ion battery is maintenance- not met. free. For details, refer to the section, “Auto- • To replace or dispose of the lithium-ion matic engine stop conditions”. battery, consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 3-33 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 205 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • During the automatic engine stop, the Points to note during the automatic engine may shut down, accompanied EXAMPLE engine stop by an interior buzzer or restarted, to ensure safety. When the following operations are per- For details, refer to the section, “Points to formed during the automatic engine stop, note during the automatic engine stop”.
  • Page 206 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE #1 If the vehicle has not been in use for an Automatic engine restart conditions Actuation conditions for ENG extended period of time or the audio or If one of the following operations is per- A-STOP system other electrical component was used formed or the vehicle enters one of the fol- for an extended period of time while the...
  • Page 207 The ENG A-STOP system or the SHVS system does not actuate correctly while the indicator is blinking. Have the system inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. – There may be something wrong with the ENG A-STOP system or the SHVS system.
  • Page 208 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Information message The information display shows the messages to let you know certain problems of the ENG A-STOP system. Information message Cause and remedy The ENG A-STOP system cannot stop the engine automatically because some- thing of the actuation conditions is not met. For details, refer to “Actuation conditions for ENG A-STOP system”...
  • Page 209 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Information message Cause and remedy The engine restarted automatically because one of the following automatic engine restart conditions is met. • The negative pressure of the brake booster has dropped. • The driver’s seat belt is released. •...
  • Page 210: Adaptive Cruise Control System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE (2) Deceleration control Adaptive cruise control WARNING (A vehicle ahead is within radar range and going slower than the set speed) system (if equipped) Deceleration control by the adaptive cruise control system is limited. EXAMPLE Therefore, you are requested to pay The adaptive cruise control system allows enough attention for safety driving, you to maintain a steady speed without...
  • Page 211 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Situations where radar will not acti- • When your vehicle is getting close to the EXAMPLE vate properly vehicle ahead while deceleration control or following control is functioning, a fron- tal collision warning is activated. WARNING •...
  • Page 212 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where radar may not WARNING EXAMPLE activate properly Always drive safely with proper driv- Under the following situations, the radar ing operations depending on traffic may not detect a vehicle ahead correctly situation. and frontal collision warning may not func- tion.
  • Page 213 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Information display 3) Pull down the “RES +/SET –” switch WARNING (4), “SET” indicator (7) and set speed EXAMPLE indication (9) appears in the information If the cruising speed is accidentally display. set, you could lose control of the Take your foot off the accelerator pedal vehicle.
  • Page 214 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Changing following distance While adaptive cruise control indicator (6) is displayed, you can adjust a following distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you as follows, by pressing following distance setting switch (1). Indication Description Short A following distance will be kept shorter, compared with Middle setting.
  • Page 215 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Changing speed temporarily Changing cruising speed • You can adjust the set speed by 1 km/h (or 1 mph) by pulling up and down “RES When the cruising speed is maintained, Using the accelerator pedal +/SET –” switch (4) quickly. you can temporarily accelerate or deceler- To reset at a faster cruising speed, acceler- •...
  • Page 216 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To resume the previously set speed, pull If your vehicle gets too close to the vehicle Cancelling adaptive cruise control up the “RES +/SET –” switch (4) and show ahead as described below, the interior “SET” indicator (7). The vehicle speed buzzer sounds, the indicator (1) appears “SET”...
  • Page 217 – While decelerating by depressing light goes off. If the indicator stays on after the brake pedal. restarting the engine, there may be a fail- ure of the radar sensor. Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer to have the radar sensor inspected. 52RM30210 3-46 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 218 SUZUKI parts to the radiator grill radar will either take more time to or front bumper. For repairs and detect things or it will not detect parts replacement, contact an things at all.
  • Page 219 In these situations, radar brake support NOTE, there might be another problem. system or dual sensor brake support sys- Contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer tem is stopped functioning temporarily, for further assistance. because millimeter-waves emanating from...
  • Page 220 Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be malfunction buzzer) of the adaptive cruise con- trol system. Contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer for inspection. 52RM30710 Blinks Beep (one time from interior The message appears on buzzer) information...
  • Page 221 Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem buzzer) with radar brake support system. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM30730 Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem buzzer) with radar brake support system and the system is disabled temporarily.
  • Page 222: Speed Limiter (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Information display NOTE: Speed limiter (if equipped) If you pull down the “RES +/SET –” switch (3) when the vehicle speed is less than 30 EXAMPLE The speed limiter allows you to choose a km/h or 20 mph, the maximum speed will be maximum speed that you do not wish to set to 30 km/h or 20 mph.
  • Page 223: Radar Brake Support System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Changing speed setting Cancelling speed limiter Radar brake support system • To cancel the speed limiter, push “CAN- (if equipped) Setting to the current speed CEL” switch (2). The set indicator (5) will 1) Push “CANCEL” switch (2). disappear.
  • Page 224 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: WARNING • While the system is working, if a vehicle in front of you moves outside of the (Continued) radar’s detection field or the vehicle can • On the following surfaces, you may no longer be detected, the system may not be able to decelerate even with stop functioning.
  • Page 225 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Frontal collision warning When there is a risk of a frontal collision, a warning will be given through the information display and sound. EXAMPLE buzzer 52RM30100 3-54 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 226 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Warning brake system If the driver cannot take or is insufficient to take evasive action such as brake operation and steering operation after frontal collision warning activates, the system applies brake lightly. EXAMPLE buzzer 52RM30110 CAUTION In the following conditions, this warning brake system may not activate. •...
  • Page 227 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Brake assist system When there is high probability of a frontal collision, the brake assist system provides more powerful braking when you slam down on the brake pedal. EXAMPLE buzzer 52RM30120 3-56 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 228 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic brake system When a frontal collision is unavoidable at lower speeds, the brakes will powerfully operate automatically. (#1) EXAMPLE buzzer 52RM30130 (#1) After the vehicle has been stopped by the automatic brake system, flashing of the radar brake support system indicator light and frontal collision warning will continue until the brake system is released.
  • Page 229 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where radar will not acti- Situations where radar may not EXAMPLE vate properly activate properly Under the following situations, there is a Under the following situations, the radar high possibility that the system will not acti- may not detect a vehicle in front of you cor- vate.
  • Page 230 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 54P000325 • Specially shaped vehicles such as car carriers Situations where radar may activate by chance 54P000324 54P000327 With the following objects, the radar may • When another vehicle suddenly changes • Toll gates, parking lot gates, railroad judge that there is a vehicle in front of you, lanes or jumps out in front of you crossing gates or height-limit signboards...
  • Page 231 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • Objects protruding from the road’s sur- face, manhole covers, signs and other EXAMPLE EXAMPLE metal objects, as well as falling objects or level changes in the road In the following situations, the radar may judge that there is a vehicle in front of you, and the system may activate.
  • Page 232 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Frontal collision warning Warning brake system CAUTION When you are operating at a speed of When you are operating at a speed of In the following conditions, this warn- approximately 5 km/h (3 mph) or over and approximately 30 km/h (19 mph) or over ing brake system may not activate.
  • Page 233 • In the following situations, the radar sen- sor might not function properly. Turn it off and have it inspected by an authorized 52RM30140 SUZUKI dealer. – When there is a minor collision and the radar sensor is damaged or hindered 3-62...
  • Page 234 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE – When the warning brake system and NOTE: Handling radar sensor automatic brake system are activated This OFF indicator (3) appears also at the frequently Information Display. The radar sensor (1) can be found inside the sensor cover (2) which is located on Perform the following method to turn the the radiator grill.
  • Page 235 SUZUKI parts to the radiator grill radar will either take more time to or front bumper. For repairs and detect things or it will not detect parts replacement, contact an things at all.
  • Page 236 NOTE, there might be another problem. the radar sensor cause diffused reflection Contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer and a position of the vehicle in front of you for further assistance. cannot be detected correctly.
  • Page 237 Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with buzzer) the radar brake support sys- tem. Have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 52RM30730 Blinks Beep (one time from interior There may be a problem with...
  • Page 238 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Master warning Warning and indicator message Sound Cause and remedy indicator light Blinks Beep (one time from interior The radar brake support sys- buzzer) tem is disabled temporarily because dirt is detected on the sensor cover, or millime- ter-waves from the radar sensor cause diffused reflec- tion.
  • Page 239: Dual Sensor Brake Support System (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Dual sensor brake support • While the system is working, if a vehicle in front of you moves outside of the dual system (if equipped) sensor's detection field or the vehicle can no longer be detected, the system Dual sensor brake support may stop functioning.
  • Page 240 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Frontal collision warning When there is a risk of a frontal collision, a warning will be given through the information display and sound. EXAMPLE buzzer 52RM30320 Brake assist system When there is high probability of a frontal collision, the brake assist system provides more powerful braking when you slam down on the brake pedal.
  • Page 241 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Automatic brake system When a frontal collision is unavoidable, the brakes will powerfully operate automatically. (#1) EXAMPLE Indicator light buzzer 52RM30340 (#1) After the vehicle has been stopped by the automatic brake system, the interior buzzer will continue to beep until the automatic brake system is released. Also, the indication on the information display and the dual sensor brake support indicator light will go off after 3 seconds from being released the automatic brake system.
  • Page 242 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where the system does not Situations where the vehicle may not Situations where the system may acti- activate decelerate properly vate by chance Under the following situations, the system Under the following situations, the vehicle Under the following situations, the dual does not activate.
  • Page 243 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When you pass by an oncoming vehicle Frontal collision warning when you turn to the right / left When the followings, there is a risk of a EXAMPLE • When the posture of the vehicle is frontal collision and a warning will work.
  • Page 244 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Brake assist system Automatic brake system When the followings and there is a high When the followings and a frontal collision Indicator probability of a frontal collision, the brake is judged to be unavoidable, the brakes will light assist system provides more powerful powerfully operate automatically.
  • Page 245 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the dual sensor is temporarily Lane departure warning WARNING stopped or malfunctioning • When the system judges that the inten- When you are operating at a speed of • The lane departure warning may tional lane change, such as during or approximately 60 km/h (37 mph) or over not be suitable for every situation.
  • Page 246 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where the system may acti- Vehicle swaying warning WARNING vate by chance Under the following situations, the system When you are operating at a speed of • The vehicle swaying warning may may activate. approximately 60 km/h (37 mph) or over not be suitable for every situation.
  • Page 247 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the dual sensor is temporarily Under the all of the following conditions How to use High beam assist stopped or malfunctioning are met, the high beams (main beams) turns on. Situations where the system may not •...
  • Page 248 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Situations where the system does not Under the following situations, high – On sharp curves or extremely rough activate beam may not automatically switched surfaces • When the high beam assist indicator to low beam. – On a steep slope light (orange) comes on by the temporar- •...
  • Page 249 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When the headlights of your car are – When tires are not inflated to the rec- Dual sensor brake support OFF damaged or covered in dirt ommended tire inflation pressure switch • When the vehicle is tilted due to the flat –...
  • Page 250 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE • When you want to turn off the system, Lane departure warning OFF switch WARNING push and hold the dual sensor brake support OFF switch (1) until the interior You can turn off the lane departure warning If you attempt to press the lane buzzer beeps and the dual sensor brake and the vehicle swaying warning.
  • Page 251 OFF switch to turn off the dual sensor. sensor brake support, and ask an – Do not clean the lens of the dual authorized SUZUKI dealer to have sensor by yourself. them inspected. – Do not strike the body of, or any...
  • Page 252 • Do not remove or disassemble • Do not apply any accessories laser sensor parts of dual sensor. (other than SUZUKI genuine acces- • Do not look into irradiation portion sories), films or stickers to the area of dual sensor by using the optical listed below.
  • Page 253 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE When there is a large temperature gap WARNING WARNING between inside of the vehicle and outside air (such as winter), windshield is easy to Do not stick a sticker or a film Do not stick a sticker or a film fog.
  • Page 254 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Temporary stop or failure of the dual sensor The following chart shows the temporary stop or failure of the dual sensor. (1) Dual sensor brake support indicator Dual sensor light Temporary (2) Lane departure warning indicator light Failure (3) High beam assist indicator light Stop...
  • Page 255 • Vehicle swaying warning failure of the dual sensor. Ask an autho- • High beam assist rized SUZUKI dealer to have the dual sensor inspected. Temporary stop of the dual sensor Under the following situations, the function NOTE: of the dual sensor stops temporarily.
  • Page 256 • While using the windshield washer the dual sensor may be stopped temporar- • When wheel alignment is deviated • When a wiper blade other than SUZUKI ily. When the situations are improved, the • When the tires are not inflated to the rec-...
  • Page 257 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE – On sharp curves or extremely rough – A specially shaped vehicle such as a • When the vehicle in front of you is diffi- surfaces car carrier trailer or a motorcycle with cult to reflect the laser beam –...
  • Page 258: Emergency Stop Signal (Ess)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Emergency stop signal (ESS) WARNING Although the ESS is designed to ESS stands for Emergency Stop Signal. reduce number rear-end crashes that occur from sudden brak- ESS is a feature that gives a warning to a following vehicle by flashing all turn signal lights ing, by warning a following vehicle, it faster than usual if all the following conditions are met.
  • Page 259: Rearview Camera (If Equipped)

    OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Rearview camera location Rearview camera NOTICE (if equipped) If you use the rearview camera for a EXAMPLE long time when the ignition switch is When the gearshift lever is shifted to “R” in “ON” position or the ignition mode position while the ignition switch is in “ON”...
  • Page 260 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE Display range of rearview camera How to use rearview camera NOTICE EXAMPLE 1) Turn the ignition switch to “ON” position If water enters the rearview camera, it or press the engine switch to change may cause a malfunction or catch the ignition mode to “ON”.
  • Page 261 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Uphill incline behind the vehicle Downhill incline behind the vehicle • Images shown on the display from the EXAMPLE EXAMPLE rearview camera are reversed images (mirror images). • The colors of objects on the rearview camera may differ from the actual object colors.
  • Page 262: Braking

    60 km/h (37 mph) will be can bring the vehicle to a complete stop by rized SUZUKI dealer as soon as possible. approximately 4 times greater than the pressing the brake pedal once and holding braking distance needed at 30 km/h (19 it down.
  • Page 263 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE it senses that the wheels are locking up. WARNING WARNING You may feel the brake pedal move a little while the ABS is operating. Even without reserve power in the (Continued) brake system, you can still stop the NOTE: •...
  • Page 264: Electronic Stability Program (Esp ® )

    ABS system. skidding situation, computer will Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer change braking pressure several times to inspect the ABS system immedi- each second to prevent the wheels from ® The Electronic Stability Program (ESP ately.
  • Page 265 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE ® The ESP has the following three sys- Anti-lock brake system (ABS) WARNING tems: ABS will help you avoid skidding by elec- (Continued) tronically controlling braking pressure. It ® Stability control system • The ESP may not work properly if will also help you maintain steering control the tires are excessively worn.
  • Page 266 ® out and all of the ESP systems will be ® be a malfunction of the ESP sys- activated. tems (other than ABS). You should have the systems inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 3-95 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 267 Have your vehicle inspected by an WARNING than usual which can result in an authorized SUZUKI dealer. accident or vehicle damage. • Do not rely excessively on the hill NOTE: hold control system. The hill hold The hill hold control system activates for a ®...
  • Page 268: Tire Pressure Monitoring System (Tpms)

    Have your vehicle vehicle has been equipped with a tire pres- inspected by an authorized SUZUKI sure monitoring system (TPMS) that illumi- dealer. nates a low tire pressure telltale when one or more of your tires is significantly under- NOTE: inflated.
  • Page 269 Check tire inflation pressures inspected by an authorized SUZUKI Check and adjust your tire inflation monthly when the tires are cold. If dealer. Even if the light turns off after pressure at least once a month. Refer...
  • Page 270 SUZUKI dealer. braking. Be aware that driving on a • If one or more of your tires is significantly under-inflated tire can...
  • Page 271 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE atmospheric pressure, it is important to TPMS malfunction indicator check and adjust the tire pressures B TYPE C TYPE when the tires are cold. If you check tires Your vehicle has also been equipped with CLUSTER METER CLUSTER METER after driving, they are warm.
  • Page 272 TPMS sensors or tire chains comes on frequently, have your vehi- are used. inspected authorized • When you use non-genuine SUZUKI SUZUKI dealer. wheels or tires. • When the pressure of any tire is too high. • When there is a problem with the receiver of the TPMS controller.
  • Page 273 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To check the current tire inflation pres- TPMS setting (For instrument clus- TPMS setting (For instrument clus- sure ter - Type A) ter - Type B or C) EXAMPLE • You can set one of the initial value of tire •...
  • Page 274 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: • If the low tire pressure warning light EXAMPLE EXAMPLE comes on, the information display will be switched to “Tyre Press” display and the Type B Type C corresponding tire pressure indication blinks to alert you which tire(s) is(are) low pressure.
  • Page 275 OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE To set the initial value of tire pressure EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE Type B Type C 52RM30840 52RM30850 52RM20560 2) Turn the indicator selector knob (1) left 3) Turn the indicator selector knob (1) left 1) When the ignition switch is in “ON” or right to select “TPMS”...
  • Page 276 TPMS operation. WARNING Use of tires or wheels not recom- mended by SUZUKI can result in fail- ure of the TPMS. When replacing tires and wheels, use only tires and wheels recommended by SUZUKI as standard or optional equipment for your vehicle.
  • Page 277: Driving Tips

    DRIVING TIPS DRIVING TIPS Running-in ................4-1 Catalytic converter .............. 4-1 Improving fuel economy ............. 4-2 Highway driving ..............4-3 Driving on hills ..............4-3 Driving on slippery roads ........... 4-4 Off-road driving ..............4-6 60G409 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 278: Running-In

    DRIVING TIPS Running-in Catalytic converter NOTICE The future performance and reliabil- ity of the engine depends on the care 52D078 and restraint exercised during its early life. It is especially important to observe the following precautions WARNING during the first 960 km (600 miles) of •...
  • Page 279: Improving Fuel Economy

    DRIVING TIPS heat damage to the catalytic converter and Improving fuel economy other vehicle components. NOTICE The following instructions will help you improve fuel economy. To minimize the possibility of cata- Avoid excessive idling lytic converter or other vehicle dam- If you park your vehicle for more than one age: minute, stop the engine and start it again...
  • Page 280: Highway Driving

    DRIVING TIPS Keep the air cleaner clean Highway driving Driving on hills EXAMPLE When driving at highway speeds, pay Manual transaxle attention to the following: • Stopping distance progressively increases with vehicle speed. Apply the brakes far enough ahead of the stopping point to allow for the extra stopping dis- tance.
  • Page 281: Driving On Slippery Roads

    DRIVING TIPS • When driving on steep hills, the vehicle Tire chains Driving on slippery roads may begin to slow down and show a lack of power. If this happens, you should Tire chains should only be used if they are shift to a lower gear so that the engine needed to increase traction or are required will again be operating in its higher...
  • Page 282 2) If your vehicle remains stuck after a few Stuck vehicle minutes of rocking, we recommend you to consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer If your vehicle gets stuck in snow, mud or or a roadside assistance service. If a sand, follow the directions below:...
  • Page 283: Off-Road Driving

    (Continued) Do not drive in the field covered • Do not use tires other than those specified by SUZUKI. Never use dif- with grown grass ferent sizes or types of tires on the If you drive in the field covered with grass, front and rear wheels.
  • Page 284 DRIVING TIPS MEMO 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 285: Other Controls And Equipment

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Fuel filler cap ............... 5-1 Engine hood ................ 5-2 Sun visor ................5-4 Interior light ................. 5-5 Accessory socket ..............5-6 AUX/USB socket (if equipped) ........... 5-7 Assist grips (if equipped) ........... 5-7 Glove box ................
  • Page 286: Fuel Filler Cap

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT A fuel filler cap is located on the left rear Fuel filler cap side of the vehicle. The fuel filler door can EXAMPLE be unlocked by pulling up the opener lever located on the outboard lower side of the driver’s seat and locked by simply closing EXAMPLE the door.
  • Page 287: Engine Hood

    Engine hood WARNING EXAMPLE If you need to replace the fuel cap, use a genuine SUZUKI cap. Use of an EXAMPLE improper cap can result in a malfunc- tion of the fuel system or emission control system. It may also result in fuel leakage while driving and in the event of an accident.
  • Page 288 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To close the engine hood: CAUTION 1) Lift the hood up slightly and remove the EXAMPLE prop rod from the hole. Put the prop rod To avoid injury, check that no part of back into the holding clip. the occupant’s body such as hands or head is in the path of the hood EXAMPLE...
  • Page 289: Sun Visor

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Card holder (if equipped) Vanity mirror (if equipped) Sun visor EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52RM50680 68PM00508 (1) Mirror cover (3) Vanity mirror (2) Card holder 79J161 To use the vanity mirror (3) on the back of The sun visors can be pulled down to block You can put a card in the card holder (2) on the sun visor, pull up the mirror cover (1).
  • Page 290: Interior Light

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT • The hazard warning lights, the position Luggage compartment Interior light lights and the headlights are off. (if equipped) • After 15 minutes from the light on. DOOR (2) Front EXAMPLE The light comes on when the door is opened.
  • Page 291: Accessory Socket

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTE: Accessory socket NOTICE The light will automatically be turned off to prevent the lead-acid battery from dis- Use of inappropriate electrical acces- Center console charging when after 15 minutes of the tail- sories can cause damage to your gate open.
  • Page 292: Aux/Usb Socket (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT AUX/USB socket (if equipped) Assist grips (if equipped) Glove box EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52RM50440 54G249 52RM50090 Connect your portable digital music player, Assist grips are provided for convenience. To open the glove box, pull the latch lever. etc.
  • Page 293: Cup Holder And Storage Area

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Center console tray (1) Cup holder and storage area WARNING EXAMPLE Do not place any objects which may fall out from the tray when the vehicle is moving. Failure to take the precaution may (2) (3) result in an object interfering with the pedals and causing a loss of vehicle control or an accident.
  • Page 294: Footrest

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Front cup holders (2) / Front bottle holder (3) / Footrest Rear cup holder (4) Rear bottle holder (6) Use the rear cup holder to put a cup with a You should only place a bottle with a cap in EXAMPLE lid or a bottle with a cap.
  • Page 295: Floor Mats (If Equipped)

    To avoid breaking the hook, do not weather floor mats, we highly recommend hang items heavier than the following to use genuine SUZUKI floor mats for weight. proper fitting. Shopping hook: 2 kg (4.4 lbs)
  • Page 296: Luggage Compartment Cover (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Luggage compartment cover Luggage compartment carpet Frame hooks (if equipped) It is not recommended that you use the frame hooks for towing another vehicle. They were originally designed to tow your EXAMPLE vehicle in emergency situation. If your vehicle needs to be towed in an emergency, refer to “Towing”...
  • Page 297 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT To install the hook (1), follow the procedure Front below. EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE (1) (A) (B) 52RM50180 2) Remove the cover (C) by using a jack 52RM50170 handle (A) covered with a soft cloth as 52RM50160 1) Pick up the towing hook (1), jack handle shown in the illustration.
  • Page 298 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Rear EXAMPLE EXAMPLE (B) EXAMPLE (1) (2) 52RM50190 52RM50200 3) Install the towing hook (1) by hand. 4) To tighten the towing hook (1), turn it clockwise by using a wheel wrench (B) 52RM50210 NOTE: until the hook (1) is securely installed. The frame hook (2) is provided on the rear It is recommended to secure the cover with of the vehicle for use in emergency situa-...
  • Page 299: Heating And Air Conditioning System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air outlet Heating and air conditioning system There are three types of heating and air conditioning systems as follows: • Heating system • Manual heating and air conditioning sys- • Automatic heating and air conditioning system (climate control) (5)* (5)* EXAMPLE...
  • Page 300: Heating System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Center outlet Side outlet Heating system Description of controls 52RM50230 Move the knob (1) vertically or horizontally, to adjust the direction of airflow as desired. The side outlet opens when you turn the dial (2) upward and closes when you turn it 75RM019 downward.
  • Page 301 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air intake selector (3) Air flow selector (4) VENTILATION (c) 52RM50310 This selector is used to select the following modes. FRESH AIR (a) When this mode is selected by moving the lever to left, outside air comes in. 52RM50250 52RM50630 RECIRCULATED AIR (b)
  • Page 302 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT BI-LEVEL (d) HEAT (e) HEAT & DEFROST (f) 52RM50640 52RM50650 52RM50660 Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of the floor outlets and cooler air comes out the floor outlets and the side outlets, also the floor outlets, the windshield defroster of the center and side outlets.
  • Page 303 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT DEFROST (g) Head cooled/Feet warmed heating System operating instructions Select BI-LEVEL and FRESH AIR, the temperature selector to the desired tem- perature position, and the blower speed Natural ventilation selector to the desired blower speed posi- Select VENTILATION and FRESH AIR, the tion.
  • Page 304: Manual Heating And Air Conditioning System

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Models with ENG A-STOP System Manual heating and air (if equipped) EXAMPLE • If the heating performance can no longer conditioning system perform at a sufficient level due to auto- matically stopping the engine, press the ENG A-STOP OFF switch to deactivate Description of controls the ENG A-STOP system.
  • Page 305 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Air intake selector (3) Air flow selector (4) VENTILATION (c) 52RM50310 This selector is used to select the following modes. FRESH AIR (a) When this mode is selected by moving the lever to left, outside air comes in. 52RM50250 52RM50260 RECIRCULATED AIR (b)
  • Page 306 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT BI-LEVEL (d) HEAT (e) HEAT & DEFROST (f) 52RM50270 52RM50280 52RM50290 Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of Temperature-controlled air comes out of the floor outlets and cooler air comes out the floor outlets and the side outlets, also the floor outlets, the windshield defroster of the center and side outlets.
  • Page 307 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT DEFROST (g) Air conditioning switch (5) System operating instructions To turn on the air conditioning system, set the blower speed selector to a position Natural ventilation other than off and push in “A/C” switch. Select VENTILATION and FRESH AIR, the With this “A/C”...
  • Page 308 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Head cooled/Feet warmed heating • If your vehicle has been left in the sun NOTE: Select BI-LEVEL and FRESH AIR, the with the windows closed, it will cool If you need maximum defrosting: temperature selector to the desired tem- faster if you open the windows briefly •...
  • Page 309 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Maintenance If you do not use the air conditioner for a long period, such as during winter, it may not give the best performance when you start using it again. To help maintain opti- mum performance and durability of your air conditioner, it needs to be run periodically.
  • Page 310: Automatic Heating And Air Conditioning System (Climate Control)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT (1) Temperature selector Automatic heating and air conditioning system (2) Blower speed selector (3) Air intake selector (climate control) (4) Air flow selector (5) Defrost switch (6) Air conditioning switch Description of controls (7) “OFF” switch (8) “AUTO”...
  • Page 311 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Temperature selector (1) Blower speed selector (2) Air intake selector (3) 52RM50350 52RM50360 52RM50370 Turn the temperature selector (1) to adjust The blower speed selector (2) is used to Push the air intake selector (3) to change the temperature.
  • Page 312 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT RECIRCULATED AIR (a) Air flow selector (4) VENTILATION (c) When this mode is selected, outside air is shut off and inside air is recirculated. This mode is suitable when driving through dusty or polluted air such as a tunnel, or when attempting to quickly cool down or warm up the interior.
  • Page 313 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Temperature-controlled air comes out of HEAT & DEFROST (f) Defrost switch (5) the floor outlets and cooler air comes out of the center and side outlets. When the temperature selector (1) is in the fully cold position or fully hot position, however, the air from the floor outlets and the air from the center and side outlets will be the...
  • Page 314 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT DEFROST Air conditioning switch (6) System operating instructions Automatic operation 52RM50300 52RM50400 Temperature-controlled air comes out of The air conditioning switch (6) is used to the windshield defroster outlets, the side 52RM50410 turn on and off the air conditioning system defroster outlets and the side outlets.
  • Page 315 “AUTO” switch (8). conditioning system. You should have the system inspected authorized EXAMPLE SUZUKI dealer. NOTE: • To find the temperature at which you are 52RM50320 most comfortable, start with the 22°C (11) (72°F) or 25°C (75°F) setting. (the tem-...
  • Page 316: Radio Antenna

    “Maintenance schedule” in “INSPEC- the HEAT & DEFROST or DEFROST TION AND MAINTENANCE” section. Have position to defog the windows. this job done by an authorized SUZUKI dealer as the lower glove box must be low- 63J055 ered for this job.
  • Page 317: Installation Of Radio Frequency Transmitters

    CB (Citizen’s Band) radios or any other wireless transmit- ters may cause electronic interfer- ence with your vehicle’s ignition system, resulting in vehicle perfor- mance problems. Consult an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer or qualified service technician for advice. 5-32 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 318: Audio System (Type A / Type B) (If Equipped)

    OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Audio system (Type A / Type B) (if equipped) EXAMPLE Type A Type B 52RM50500 ® Type A: AM/FM/DAB CD player with Bluetooth function ® Type B: AM/FM CD player with Bluetooth function 5-33 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 319 • Set the sound volume to a level unit, or lubricate the rotating parts. that will allow you to continue to be aware of surrounding road and Bring the unit to an authorized SUZUKI traffic conditions while driving. dealer. 5-34...
  • Page 320 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Removing the disc Proper way to hold the compact disc 52D347 52D348 To remove fingermarks or dust, use a soft Never affix labels on the surface of the cloth, and wipe in a straight line from the compact disc or write on the surface with a center of the compact disc to the edge.
  • Page 321 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT 52D350 52D351 Do not use compact discs that have large Do not expose compact discs to direct sun- scratches, are misshaped, or cracked, etc. light or any heat source. Use of such discs will cause damage or prevent the system from operating prop- NOTE: erly.
  • Page 322 Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer less LAN and other wireless communica- for the repair. tion radios. You should stop using this unit immediately whenever you are notified that your unit disturbs other wireless communication.
  • Page 323 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Information on disposal for users of waste electrical & electronic equip- ment (private households) This symbol on the products and/or accompanying documents means that used electrical and electronic products should not be mixed with general household waste. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, please take these products to designated collection points, where they will be accepted on a free of charge basis.
  • Page 324 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Part 15 of the FCC Rules WARNING FCC ID: ACJ932AZ1601 ® The Bluetooth word mark and logo are This is a class I laser product. Use of registered trademarks and are owned by NOTE: controls or adjustments or perfor- Properly shielded and grounded cables the Bluetooth SIG, Ink.
  • Page 325 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Stop using this unit and a Bluetooth NOTE: ready device whenever requested. These limits are designed to provide rea- This unit shares the communication fre- sonable protection against harmful interfer- quency with other private or public wireless ence in a residential installation.
  • Page 326 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Turning on/off power Basic operations Press “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (1) to turn on the audio system. The unit starts to operate in the previous setting that the EXAMPLE Type A system was turned off. Adjusting the volume Turn “VOL PUSH PWR”...
  • Page 327 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Adjusting bass/treble/balance/fader Adjusting the AVC (Auto volume con- Preset-EQ 1) Press “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” trol) Preset-EQ (equalizer) calls up various knob (2). The Auto Volume Control (AVC) function sound modes optimized for specific music Each time the knob is pressed, sound automatically adjusts (increases/...
  • Page 328 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Listening to the radio (Type A) EXAMPLE 68LM561 (A) Band (B) Frequency 52RM50520 (1) “RADIO” button (2) UP button (3) DOWN button (4) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (5) PRESET buttons ([1] to [6]) (6) “AS” button 5-43 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 329 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting the reception band Preset memory Auto store mode on/off Press the “RADIO” button (1). 1) Select the desired station. Press “AS” button (6). Each time the button is pressed, the recep- 2) Hold down a desired button ([1] to [6]) Each time the button is pressed, the mode tion band will change as follows: of PRESET buttons (5) to which you...
  • Page 330 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Listening to the radio (Type B) EXAMPLE (A) Band (B) Frequency 52RM50530 (1) “FM” button (2) “AM” button (3) UP button (4) DOWN button (5) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (6) PRESET buttons ([1] to [6]) (7) “AS”...
  • Page 331 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting the FM band Auto store Radio reception Press “FM” button (1). Hold down “AS” button (7) for 2 seconds or Radio reception can be affected by envi- Each time the button is pressed, the recep- longer.
  • Page 332 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Using the RDS functions (Type A) EXAMPLE (A) Band (B) Channel number (C) Program service (PS) name 52RM50540 (1) “TA” button (2) “RDM/PTY” button (3) “RPT/AF” button (4) UP button (5) DOWN button (6) “DISP” button 5-47 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 333 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT TA (Traffic Announcement) on/off PTY (Program Type) search AF (Alternative Frequency) on/off Press “TA” button (1). 1) Press “RDM/PTY” button (2) to select Press “RPT/AF” button (3). Each time it is pressed, TA adjustment is PTY mode. Each time it is pressed, AF adjustment is changed as follows: 2) Press “RDM/PTY”...
  • Page 334 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT TA standby At the moment traffic information is received while the source is set to CD, ® USB, iPod AUX, DAB, Blue- ® tooth audio with TA activated, the source is automatically changed to radio. After reception of traffic information, the source, which was selected before being changed to radio, resumes.
  • Page 335 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Listening to a CD EXAMPLE Type A (A) Track number (B) Play time NOTE: This product does not support 8 cm CD (sometimes called as “mini single CD”, “3- (8) (6) (7) inch CD”, “CD3”, etc.). Type B (8) (6) (7) 52RM50550...
  • Page 336 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTICE NOTICE • Never insert your finger or hand If you forcefully try to push an into the CD insertion slot. Never ejected CD inside the unit before auto insert foreign objects into the CD reloading, the disc surface might be insertion slot.
  • Page 337 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Random playback Display change Press “RDM” button (7). Press “DISP” button (8). Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, display will change as follows: will change as follows: Play time TRACK RANDOM Disc title Track title...
  • Page 338 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Listening to a MP3/WMA/AAC disc EXAMPLE Type A (A) Folder number (B) Track number (C) Play time (D) File type (6) (4) (5) Type B (6) (4) (5) 52RM50560 (1) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (2) UP button (3) DOWN button (4) “RPT”...
  • Page 339 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting a folder Random playback Repeat playback Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (1) Press “RDM” button (5). Press “RPT” button (4). to select a folder. Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode will change as follows: will change as follows: Selecting a track...
  • Page 340 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display change Points to remember when making MP3/ Notes on MP3/WMA/AAC Press “DISP” button (6). WMA/AAC files Each time the button is pressed, display Common What is MP3? will change as follows: • High bit rate and high sampling fre- •...
  • Page 341 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Recording MP3/WMA/AAC files on a CD Compression formats media • It is recommended not to write both CD- • Bit rate: DA files and MP3/WMA/AAC files on a MPEG1 Audio Layer III: 32 k - 320 kbps disc.
  • Page 342 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display Listening to files stored in a USB device EXAMPLE Type A (A) Folder number (B) Track number (C) Play time (D) File type NOTICE (7) (5) (6) Do not connect any USB device other Type B than a USB memory or a USB audio player.
  • Page 343 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selecting a USB device mode Random playback • FOLDER REPEAT Press “MEDIA” button (1). Press “RDM” button (6). The repeat indicator “F.RPT” will light. Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode All the tracks in the folder currently will change as follows: will change as follows:...
  • Page 344 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT USB device connection Compression formats Notes on USB device • When connecting a USB device, check that the connector is pushed all the way • Bit rate: Compatible USB devices into the port. MPEG1 Audio Layer III: 32 k - 320 kbps •...
  • Page 345 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Display ® Listening to an iPod EXAMPLE Type A (7) (5) (A) Track title (B) Track number (C) Play time ® iPod is a trademark of Apple Inc., regis- tered in the U.S. and other countries. Type B (7) (5) 52RM50580...
  • Page 346 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Selecting an iPod mode Random playback Display change Press “MEDIA” button (1). Press “RDM” button (6). Press “DISP” button (7). Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, the mode Each time the button is pressed, display will change as follows: will change as follows:...
  • Page 347 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT ® Playing mode selection iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc., reg- ® Notes on iPod 1) Press the button numbered [6] of PRE- istered in the U.S. and other countries. ® SET buttons (8) for 1 second or longer. Supported iPod * Some functions may not be available ®...
  • Page 348 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT AUX connection AUX function To listen to auxiliary audio sources (sold separately) through the unit, follow the instruction below. EXAMPLE Type A 1) Connect the auxiliary audio source to AUX/USB socket (separately attached) with an AUX cable. 2) Press “MEDIA”...
  • Page 349 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTE: • Please consult your place of purchase for details about whether a given auxil- iary audio source can be connected and the proper auxiliary cord to use. • The volume and tone controls of the auxiliary audio source can be adjusted on the unit.
  • Page 350 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Steering switch ® Bluetooth hands-free (10) EXAMPLE Type A Type B 52RM50460 ® (6) Bluetooth setup button (on steering wheel) (7) OFF HOOK button (8) ON HOOK button (9) MUTE switch (10) “VOL” switch 52RM50600 (1) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (2) “VOL PUSH PWR”...
  • Page 351 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Phone registration 6) When the pairing with the phone is Adjusting the listening volume established, automatic transfer of the • Turn “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (2) during To use the hands-free function with this phonebook call history a call.
  • Page 352 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Adjusting the call or ringtone volume Dialing using missed/incoming/ • Pressing “Confirm” after selecting “Add Follow the instructions below to adjust the outgoing calls Speed Dial” can register the selected call or ringtone volume. Follow the instructions below to dial to the number in the speed dial.
  • Page 353 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT 7) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob 5) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob Transfer of call history (Call History) (1) to select “Delete?” or “Delete All?”, (1) to select “Overwrite All” or “Add One Follow the instructions below to transfer and press the knob (1) to determine the Contact”, and press the knob (1) to call history of the registered phone.
  • Page 354 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Automatic transfer of phonebook/call Making a call by phonebook Deletion of registered data (Delete history Follow the instructions below to dial a num- Entry) You can select whether or not the device ber registered in phonebook. Follow the instructions below to delete a transfers the phonebook and the call his- 1) Press OFF HOOK button (7).
  • Page 355 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT NOTE: register in speed dial, and press the One-touch call (Speed dial) When selecting “Go Back” or pressing knob (1) to determine the selection. Follow the instructions below to dial the BACK button (4), the previous menu will 6) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND”...
  • Page 356 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of speed dial (Del Speed Dial) Display of device data (Device Name) Reset to the factory defaults Follow the instructions below to delete the Follow the instructions below to display the Follow the instructions below to reset all ®...
  • Page 357 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selection of phone (Select Phone) List of phones (List Phones) 3) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob Follow the instructions below to select a Follow the instructions below to display the (1) to select “Passkey”, and press the phone to be paired with from the registered names of the registered phones in knob (1) to determine the selection.
  • Page 358 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of phone information (Delete BT function on/off (BT Power) Phone) Follow the instructions below to turn on/off ® Follow the instructions below to delete the the Bluetooth function. ® registered phone information. 1) Press the Bluetooth setup button (5) ®...
  • Page 359 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Steering switch ® Bluetooth audio EXAMPLE Type A 52RM50470 ® (8) Bluetooth setup button (on steering wheel) Type B Display (A) Track number (B) Play time 52RM50610 (1) “MEDIA” button (2) “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob (3) UP button (4) DOWN button (5) “DISP”...
  • Page 360 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Registration of audio devices NOTE: Fast forwarding/rewinding a track • When selecting “Go Back” or pressing • Hold down UP button (3) to fast forward ® BACK button (6), the previous menu will the track. To use Bluetooth ready audio devices be displayed.
  • Page 361 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Selection of audio device (Select Audio) List of audio devices (List Audio) 3) Turn “TUNE/FLD PUSH SOUND” knob Follow the instructions below to select an Follow the instructions below to display the (2) to select “Passkey”, and press the audio device to be paired with from the names of the registered audio devices in knob (2) to determine the selection.
  • Page 362 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Deletion of audio device information ® Disclaimer for Bluetooth function Remote audio controls (if equipped) (Delete Audio) Follow the instructions below to delete the • Depending on compatibility of mobile Controlling basic functions of the audio ®...
  • Page 363 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Adjusting the volume Selecting the radio station (AM, FM1, • To increase the volume, press the “VOL” FM2, DAB1, DAB2 mode) switch (1) up. The volume will continue • To select the next preset station, press to increase until the switch is released.
  • Page 364 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT The anti-theft function is intended to dis- Anti-theft feature courage thefts. For example, when the audio system is installed in another vehi- EXAMPLE cle, it will become unable to operate. Type A This function works by entering a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
  • Page 365 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Setting the anti-theft function Canceling the anti-theft feature Confirming the Personal Identification 1) Press “VOL PUSH PWR” knob (1) to To cancel the anti-theft function, delete the Number (PIN) power off. registered PIN. When the main power source is discon- 2) Hold down the buttons numbered [1] 1) Press “VOL PUSH PWR”...
  • Page 366 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Troubleshooting When encountering a problem, check and follow the instructions below. If the described suggestions do not solve the problem, it is recommended to take the unit to an authorized SUZUKI dealer. Problem Possible cause Possible solution Common When “SECURITY”...
  • Page 367 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT Problem Possible cause Possible solution MP3/WMA/AAC The disc contains unsupported formatted No playback Check the file format. data. Sound skipping may occur when playing Sound skips or noise produced It is not recommended to play VBR files. VBR (Variable Bit Rate) files.
  • Page 368 “ERROR 1” The disc cannot be read. When “ERROR 1” does not disappear even when a nor- mal disc is inserted, contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer. When the CD is in the unit, press the CD eject button to The player developed an error of an remove the disc.
  • Page 369 “ERROR 1” unidentified cause. When “ERROR 1” does not disappear, contact an autho- rized SUZUKI dealer. “Connection Failed” Failed to establish pairing or connection Try to establish the pairing or connection again. Delete registered data of unnecessary number in phone- Reached the limit for the number of phone- “Memory Full”...
  • Page 370 OTHER CONTROLS AND EQUIPMENT MEMO 5-85 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 371: Vehicle Loading And Towing

    VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Vehicle loading ..............6-1 Trailer towing ............... 6-1 54G215 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 372 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Vehicle loading Trailer towing WARNING Never overload your vehicle. The Your vehicle was designed for specific gross vehicle weight (sum of the weight capacities. The weight capacities of weights of the vehicle, all the occu- your vehicle are indicated by the Gross pants, accessories, cargo plus trailer Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and the nose weight if towing a trailer) must...
  • Page 373 Never tow a trailer We recommend that you use a genuine WARNING during the first 960 km (600 miles) of SUZUKI tow bar (available as option), or vehicle operation. For vehicles equipped with the radar equivalent. brake support or dual sensor brake...
  • Page 374 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING pler, with the trailer fully loaded and the Trailer lights Tires coupler at its normal towing height. This weight can be measured using a bathroom Check that your trailer is equipped with scale. lights which meet local requirements. WARNING Always check for the proper operation of The weight of your loaded trailer (gross...
  • Page 375 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING WARNING WARNING WARNING Never overload cargo on your trailer Your vehicle should be handled in a (Continued) or your vehicle. Gross trailer weight different way when towing a trailer. • Allow adequate stopping distance. must never exceed towing capacity. For the safety of yourself and others, Stopping distance is increased Gross vehicle weight (sum of the...
  • Page 376 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING WARNING WARNING (Continued) (Continued) • Be careful when overtaking other When starting out after parking: vehicles. Allow enough room for 1) Depress the clutch and start the your trailer before changing lanes, engine. and use turn signal lights properly 2) Shift into gear, release the parking in advance.
  • Page 377 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING Trailer hitch installation points “a” 52RM60010 (1) Side Maximum vertical load on trailer hitch point (EU) 60 kg (132 lbs) Maximum permissible overhang “a” 669 mm (26.3 in.) 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 378 VEHICLE LOADING AND TOWING MEMO 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 379: Inspection And Maintenance

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance schedule ............7-2 Periodic maintenance schedule ........7-3 Maintenance recommended under severe driving conditions ................7-8 Drive belt ................7-13 Engine oil and filter ............. 7-14 Engine coolant ..............7-19 Air cleaner ................7-21 Spark plugs ................
  • Page 380 • Be careful not to touch a hot forming any electrical service work engine, exhaust manifold on your SUZUKI vehicle. Do not pipes, muffler, radiator and water touch air bag system components, hoses. seat belt pretensioner system com- • Do not allow smoking, sparks, or ponents or wires.
  • Page 381: Maintenance Schedule

    SUZUKI recommends that mainte- nance on items marked with an aster- isk (*) be performed by an authorized SUZUKI dealer or a qualified service technician. If you are qualified, you may perform maintenance on the unmarked items by referring to the instructions in this section.
  • Page 382: Periodic Maintenance Schedule

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Periodic maintenance schedule “R” : Replace or Change “I” : Inspect, clean, adjust, lubricate or replace as necessary NOTE: • Class 1: K10C engine with SHVS • Class 2: K10C engine without SHVS • Class 3: K12C engine with SHVS •...
  • Page 383 1-2. Engine oil and engine oil filter [Class 1, 2] ACEA Standards or SUZUKI GENUINE OIL (#1) Replace by following oil change request light or change oil message in instrument cluster. If the light or message does not come on, replace every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months.
  • Page 384 1-2. Engine oil and engine oil filter [Class 1, 2] ACEA Standards or SUZUKI GENUINE OIL (#1) Replace by following oil change request light or change oil message in instrument cluster. If the light or message does not come on, replace every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months.
  • Page 385 The shock absorbers are filled with high pressure gas. Never attempt to disassemble them or throw them into a fire. Avoid storing them near a heater or heating device. When scrapping the absorber, the gas must be released from the absorber safely. Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer for assistance. 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 386 *6-8. Steering system – – – *6-9. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W ” Inspect every 40000 km (25000 miles) or 24 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W ” – – – *6-10. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 387: Maintenance Recommended Under Severe Driving Conditions

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Maintenance recommended under severe driving conditions Follow this schedule if your vehicle is mainly operated under one or more of the following conditions: • When most trips are less than 6 km (4 miles). • When most trips are less than 16 km (10 miles) and outside temperature remains below freezing. •...
  • Page 388 #2: Perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than “SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue)” for replacement, follow the schedule of “SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green)”.
  • Page 389 #2: Perform the engine coolant level check under the daily inspection in the “OPERATING YOUR VEHICLE” section. If you use the engine coolant other than “SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue)” for replacement, follow the schedule of “SUZUKI LLC: Stan- dard (Green)”.
  • Page 390 The shock absorbers are filled with high pressure gas. Never attempt to disassemble them or throw them into a fire. Avoid storing them near a heater or heating device. When scrapping the absorber, the gas must be released from the absorber safely. Ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer for assistance. 7-11...
  • Page 391 *6-9. Manual transaxle oil Genuine “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W ” Inspect every 20000 km (12500 miles) or 12 months. Replace every 80000 km (50000 miles) or 48 months. Other than “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W ” – – – *6-10. Automatic transaxle Fluid leak check –...
  • Page 392: Drive Belt

    (6) Air conditioner compressor If you need to replace or adjust the belt Drive belt deflection (100 N (10 kg, 22 have it done by an authorized SUZUKI lbs) press) dealer. (a) 6.2 - 7.1 mm (0.24 - 0.28 in.) (b) 4.4 - 5.0 mm (0.17 - 0.20 in.)
  • Page 393: Engine Oil And Filter

    10W-40 weather. 10W-30 (For K10C engine model) NOTE: 0W-20, 5W-30 SUZUKI highly recommends the use of 0W-16 ECSTAR brand engine oil. ECSTAR has been specially formulated for your SUZUKI product and contributes to the desired 10W-40 vehicle performance and ideal driving 10W-30 experience.
  • Page 394 The handle of the engine oil dipstick is col- ored with yellow for easy identification. NOTE: SUZUKI highly recommends the use of ECSTAR brand engine oil. ECSTAR has been specially formulated for your SUZUKI product and contributes to the desired...
  • Page 395 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Pull out the oil dipstick, wipe the oil off with Refilling Changing engine oil and filter a clean cloth, insert the dipstick all the way into the engine, and then remove it again. Drain the engine oil while the engine is still The oil on the stick should be between the warm.
  • Page 396 To reset the light, consult an authorized high enough to burn your fingers new and used oil and used oil filters SUZUKI dealer. If you reset it by your- when the drain plug is loosened. Wait away from children and pets.
  • Page 397 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Tightening (viewed from filter top) 5) Tighten the filter as specified below Oil filter replacement from the point of contact with the mounting surface (or to the specified 1) Using an oil filter wrench, turn the oil fil- torque) using an oil filter wrench.
  • Page 398: Engine Coolant

    Failure to use the proper coolant can dam- Refill with oil and oil leakage check Engine coolant age your cooling system. An authorized SUZUKI dealer can help you select the 1) Pour oil through the filler hole and proper coolant. install the filler cap.
  • Page 399 • Avoid inhaling coolant mist or hot centrations up to 60% following the vapors. If inhaled, remove to a Coolant replacement instructions on the antifreeze con- fresh air area. tainer. Since special procedures are required, ask (Continued) an authorized SUZUKI dealer for this job. 7-20 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 400: Air Cleaner

    Since special procedures, materials and tools are required, it is recommended that Correct Wrong tools are required, it is recommended that you trust this job to an authorized SUZUKI you trust this job to an authorized SUZUKI dealer. dealer. (For K12C engine model)
  • Page 401: Gear Oil

    (4WD) / rear differential oil (4WD) When adding gear oil, use gear oil with the appropriate viscosity and grade as shown in the chart below. We highly recommend you use “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” for manual transaxle oil. Manual transaxle oil 60G160 54G106 Spark plug gap “a”:...
  • Page 402 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Transfer (4WD) To check the gear oil level, use the fol- Gear oil level check lowing procedure: K10C engine models 1) Park the vehicle on a level surface with the parking brake applied. Then, stop EXAMPLE the engine. 2) Remove the oil filler and level plug.
  • Page 403: Clutch Pedal

    Wait until the oil filler and Specified fluid level plug are cool enough to touch with your bare hands before inspect- EXAMPLE Use a CVT fluid SUZUKI CVT FLUID ing gear oil level. GREEN-2. NOTICE Fluid level check...
  • Page 404 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: Do not check the fluid level if you have just EXAMPLE EXAMPLE driven the vehicle for a long time at high speed, or if you have driven in city traffic in hot weather. Wait until the fluid cools down (about 30 minutes), or the fluid level indi- cation will not be correct.
  • Page 405: Brakes

    CVT oil or change, ask an autho- • If the brake fluid in the reservoir rized SUZUKI dealer for this job. drops below a certain level, the EXAMPLE brake warning light on the instru-...
  • Page 406 Check brake pedal stroke. If the stroke is 53 mm (2.1 in.) so large, have the brake system inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. If you doubt the brake pedal is at its normal height, check it as follows: 7-27...
  • Page 407 If the parking from the relevant repair information site. brake is not properly adjusted or the brakes drag is suspected even after the lever has been fully released, have the parking brake inspected and/or adjusted by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 7-28 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 408: Steering Wheel

    If you check tires after driv- inspection must be performed by an autho- ing, they are warm. Even if the tire pres- rized SUZUKI dealer. sure seems to be good in this condition, it could fall below the specified pressure...
  • Page 409 WARNING when the tires are cold or you may get inaccurate readings. 54G136 • Your SUZUKI vehicle is equipped • Check the inflation pressure from (1) Tread wear indicator with tires which are all the same time to time while inflating the tire (2) Indicator location mark type and size.
  • Page 410 Replacing the original tires with tires 4-tire rotation of a different size may result in false speedometer or odometer readings. Check with an authorized SUZUKI dealer before purchasing replace- ment tires that differ in size from the original tires. NOTICE...
  • Page 411: Battery

    The compact spare tire and wheel are • Batteries produce flammable approved by SUZUKI vehicle manu- intended for temporary emergency hydrogen gas. Keep flames and facture, otherwise you could damage use only. Continuous use of this...
  • Page 412 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Replacement of the battery To remove the battery: (For vehicles without ENG A-STOP sys- 1) Disconnect the negative cable (1). EXAMPLE tem) 2) Disconnect the positive cable (2). EXAMPLE For vehicles without ENG A-STOP sys- tem; 3) Remove the retainer nuts (3) and remove the retainer (4).
  • Page 413: Fuses

    The recy- cling of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more detailed infor- mation about disposing of or recycling the 63J095 used battery, consult authorized SUZUKI dealer. 7-34 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 414 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Relay box Fuses in engine compartment MAIN FUSE / PRIMARY FUSE 120 A EXAMPLE 100 A 80 A 100 A 50 A 150 A (31) (32) (33) (34) 30 A Starting motor 30 A Blower fan 40 A Battery 52RM70310 (10)
  • Page 415 (31) – Blank main fuse, a primary fuse or an individual repair, or extensive electrical damage fuse, use a genuine SUZUKI replacement and a fire can result. (32) – Blank parts or equivalent for individual fuses.
  • Page 416 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE (21) 20 A Power window timer Fuses under dashboard PRIMARY FUSE (22) 30 A Power window EXAMPLE (23) 15 A Horn 10 A Meter (24) Tail light (Left) 15 A Ignition coil (25) 10 A Tail light Ignition-1 signal 2 (26) 10 A...
  • Page 417: Headlight Aiming

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Headlight aiming Bulb replacement Since special procedures are required, ask an authorized SUZUKI dealer for this job. CAUTION • Light bulbs can be hot enough to burn your finger right after turning off lights. This is true especially for halogen headlight bulbs.
  • Page 418 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Headlights LED type Since special procedures are required, it is recommended that you take your vehicle to an authorized SUZUKI dealer for bulb replacement. Halogen type 52RM70320 1) Open the engine food while the engine 52RM70230 is stopped. Disconnect the coupler (2).
  • Page 419 Front turn signal light and EXAMPLE front position light For LED position light (if equipped), it is recommended that you take your vehicle to an authorized SUZUKI dealer for bulb replacement since special procedures are required. Vehicle with the halogen headlights 68PH00732...
  • Page 420 1) Start the engine. Turn the steering LED is used. It is recommended that you wheel to the opposite side of the fog take your vehicle to an authorized SUZUKI light to be replaced to replace the bulb dealer for bulb replacement since special easily.
  • Page 421 LED type recommended that you take your vehicle Since special procedures are required, it is to an authorized SUZUKI dealer for bulb recommended that you take your vehicle replacement since special procedures are to an authorized SUZUKI dealer for bulb required.
  • Page 422 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE (5) / (6) / (7) 52RM70170 52RM70180 2) Remove the wire (3) from a clamp (4). (8) Removal 3) To remove the bulb holder of the bulb (9) Installation type tail/brake light (5) (if equipped), the 4) To remove and install the bulb of the rear turn signal light (6) or the reversing bulb...
  • Page 423 High-mount stop light LED is used. It is recommended that you take your vehicle to an authorized SUZUKI dealer for bulb replacement since special procedures are required. 52RM70360 7-44...
  • Page 424 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE 2) Turn rear bumper by hand as shown in 4) Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise Interior light the illustration and remove harness and pull it out. clamp (2). Remove the lens by using a flat-bladed EXAMPLE screwdriver covered with a soft cloth as shown.
  • Page 425: Wiper Blades

    Luggage compartment (if equipped) NOTE: Wiper blades Some wiper blades may be different from the ones described here depending on vehicle specifications. If so, consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer for proper replacement method. For windshield wipers: EXAMPLE 52RM70281 54G129 If the wiper blades become brittle or dam- aged, or make streaks when wiping, replace the wiper blades.
  • Page 426 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE 3) Pull the locked end of the wiper blade firmly to unlock the blade and slide the EXAMPLE blade out as shown. EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52RM70510. 61MM0B098 2) Open the lock (1), slide the wiper frame and remove it from the arm (2) as 52RM70520 shown.
  • Page 427 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE For rear wiper: EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 61MM0A212 61MM0A213 52RM70460 (A) Up (4) Locked end 1) Hold the wiper arm away from the win- (B) Down dow. 5) Install the new blade in the reverse NOTE: order of removal, with the locked end EXAMPLE When you install the metal retainers (3), (4) positioned toward the wiper arm.
  • Page 428: Windshield Washer Fluid

    INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Windshield washer fluid EXAMPLE EXAMPLE EXAMPLE 52RM70470 52RM70480 3) Slide the blade out as shown. (1) Retainer 80JM078 NOTE: 4) If the new blade is provided without the Do not flex the wiper blade frame end more two metal retainers, move them from than necessary.
  • Page 429: Air Conditioning System

    Since special procedures are required, ask can damage your vehicle’s paint. an authorized SUZUKI dealer for this job. NOTICE 52RM70210 Damage may result if the washer 2) Remove the cover (1) and pull out the motor is operated with no fluid in the air conditioner filter (2).
  • Page 430 INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE MEMO 7-51 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 431: Emergency Service

    EMERGENCY SERVICE EMERGENCY SERVICE Tire changing tool ............... 8-1 Jacking instructions ............8-2 Flat tire repair kit ..............8-6 Jump-starting instructions ..........8-10 Towing .................. 8-11 Engine trouble: Starter does not operate ......8-13 Engine trouble: Does not start ........... 8-13 Engine trouble: Overheating ..........
  • Page 432: Tire Changing Tool

    EMERGENCY SERVICE NOTE: Tire changing tool If you are difficult to use the jack handle EXAMPLE (2), use jack handle and wheel wrench (3) as shown in the illustration. EXAMPLE To stow the jack, place it in the storage bracket and turn the shaft clockwise until the jack is securely held in place.
  • Page 433: Jacking Instructions

    EMERGENCY SERVICE Jacking instructions WARNING EXAMPLE • Shift into “P” (Park) for an automatic transaxle or CVT, or into “R” (Reverse) for a manual transaxle vehicle when you jack up the vehi- cle. • Never jack up the vehicle with the transaxle in “N”...
  • Page 434 EMERGENCY SERVICE 6) Position the jack (if equipped) at an angle as shown in the illustration and EXAMPLE raise the jack by turning the jack handle clockwise until the jack-head groove fits around the jacking bar beneath the vehicle body. 7) Continue to raise the jack (if equipped) slowly and smoothly until the tire clears the ground.
  • Page 435 EMERGENCY SERVICE Raising vehicle with garage jack EXAMPLE • Apply the garage jack to one of the points indicated below. • Always support the raised vehicle with jack stands (commercially available) at the points indicated below. 52RM80060 (1) Front (4) Garage jack (2) Rear (5) Jacking point for garage jack (3) Jack stand...
  • Page 436 EXAMPLE differential (if equipped) or rear differ- ential mount (if equipped). NOTE: For more details, contact an authorized SUZUKI dealer. Changing wheels To change a wheel, use the following pro- cedure: 1) Prepare the jack (if equipped), tools 52RM80070 and spare tire (if equipped).
  • Page 437: Flat Tire Repair Kit

    Failure to follow the instructions in torque checked by an authorized this section for using the flat tire SUZUKI dealer. repair kit can result in an increased risk of loss of control and an acci- Full wheel cover (if equipped) 52RM80090 dent.
  • Page 438 The flat tire repair kit cannot be used in the following cases. Consult an autho- Flat tire repair kit sealant is harmful if rized SUZUKI dealer or a roadside swallowed, or if it comes in contact assistance service. with skin or eyes. If swallowed, do •...
  • Page 439 EMERGENCY SERVICE seal. Consult an authorized SUZUKI Emergency repair dealer or a roadside assistance service. 10 min. Max. 1) Place the vehicle on level, hard ground. NOTE: Set the parking brake firmly and shift If the tire is over-inflated, deflate air by into “P”...
  • Page 440 80 km/h (50 mph). “R” (Reverse) if your vehicle has a 12)Carry on driving carefully to the nearest manual transaxle. an authorized SUZUKI dealer or a tire NOTICE 2) Take out the compressor. repair shop. 3) Remove the valve cap from the tire Have the tire renewed at the nearest valve.
  • Page 441: Jump-Starting Instructions

    • If your lead-acid battery discharges repeatedly, for no apparent reason, have your vehicle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI dealer. • To avoid harm to yourself or dam- 52RM80100 age to your vehicle or battery, fol- low the jump-starting instructions below.
  • Page 442: Towing

    4. Make the final connection to an unpainted, heavy metal part (i.e. contact a professional service. An autho- engine mount bolt (3)) of the engine rized SUZUKI dealer can provide you with of the vehicle with the discharged detailed towing instructions. battery (1).
  • Page 443 EMERGENCY SERVICE 2-wheel drive (2WD) automatic tran- 2-wheel drive (2WD) manual tran- 4-wheel drive (4WD) saxle or CVT saxle Your vehicle should be towed under one of the following conditions: Automatic transaxle or CVT vehicles may Manual transaxle vehicles may be towed be towed using either of the following using either of the following methods.
  • Page 444: Engine Trouble: Starter Does Not Operate

    Have the vehi- WARNING (Vehicle with keyless push start sys- cle inspected by an authorized SUZUKI tem) If you see or hear escaping steam, dealer. stop the vehicle in a safe place and...
  • Page 445 NOTE: pressure. The cap should only be If engine overheats and you are not sure taken off when the coolant tem- what to do, contact an authorized SUZUKI perature has lowered. dealer. • To help prevent personal injury, keep hands, tools and clothing...
  • Page 446 EMERGENCY SERVICE MEMO 8-15 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 447: Appearance Care

    APPEARANCE CARE APPEARANCE CARE Corrosion prevention ............9-1 Vehicle cleaning ..............9-2 60G412 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 448 APPEARANCE CARE 4) High temperatures will cause an accel- Remove foreign material deposits Corrosion prevention erated rate of corrosion to parts of the Foreign materials such as salts, chemicals, vehicle which are not well-ventilated to road oil or tar, tree sap, bird droppings and It is important to take good care of your permit quick drying.
  • Page 449 APPEARANCE CARE are spilled or leaked, clean and dry the Vehicle cleaning WARNING area immediately. On models equipped with ENG A- Park your vehicle in a dry, well-venti- STOP system or SHVS, there is a lith- lated area ium-ion battery under the front left Do not park your vehicle in a damp, poorly- side seat.
  • Page 450 APPEARANCE CARE Leather upholstery Seat belts NOTICE Remove loose dirt with a vacuum cleaner. Clean seat belts with a mild soap and Using a mild soap or saddle soap solution, water. Do not use bleach or dye on the Do not use chemical products that wipe dirt off with a clean damp soft cloth.
  • Page 451 APPEARANCE CARE Washing by hand 2) Rinse the body to loosen the dirt. Washing Remove dirt and mud from the body exterior with running water. You may use a soft sponge or brush. Do not use WARNING hard materials which can scratch the •...
  • Page 452 APPEARANCE CARE 6) Check carefully for damage to painted Washing by a high-pressure cleaner Waxing surfaces. If there is any damage, touch NOTICE up the damage following the procedure below: If you use a high-pressure cleaner, 1. Clean all damaged spots and allow keep away the nozzle from your vehi- them to dry.
  • Page 453: General Information

    GENERAL INFORMATION GENERAL INFORMATION Vehicle identification ............10-1 Fuel consumption ............... 10-2 84MM01001 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 454 The chassis and/or engine serial numbers are used to register the vehicle. They are 60G128 also used to assist an authorized SUZUKI The engine serial number is stamped on dealer when ordering or referring to special the cylinder block as shown in the illustra- service information.
  • Page 455 GENERAL INFORMATION Fuel consumption For Europe Euro VI SHVS: Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki M/T: Manual transaxle A/T: Automatic transaxle CVT: Continuously Variable Transaxle K10C with K10C K12C K12C with SHVS SHVS 5.7/128 4.8/108 5.4/122 5.9/133 4.5/103 4.9/113 Urban (L/100km)/CO (g/km) 6.4/145...
  • Page 456 GENERAL INFORMATION MEMO 10-3 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 457: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATIONS NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice. SHVS: Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki A/T: Automatic transaxle M/T: Manual transaxle CVT: Continuously variable transaxle ITEM: Dimensions UNIT: mm (in.) Overall length 3840 (151.2) Overall width 1735 (68.3) Overall height 1495 (58.9)
  • Page 458 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Mass (weight) UNIT: kg (lbs) K10C engine model K12C engine model Curb mass (weight) without 865 - 915 (1907 - 2017) 840 - 890 (1852 - 1962) 950 - 970 (2094 - 2138) SHVS with 875 - 925 (1929 - 2039) 850 - 900 (1874 - 1984) 960 - 980 (2116 - 2161) SHVS...
  • Page 459 ENG A-STOP system Maintenance free Fuses See “INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE” section. *1 If the lithium-ion battery is completely discharged, the battery cannot be recharged. When replacing or disposing the lithium-ion bat- tery, consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer. 11-3 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 460 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Lights WATTAGE BULB No. Headlight Halogen 12V 60/55W – Front fog light (if equipped) 12V 19W Position light (if equipped) 12V 5W Position light & Daytime running light (if equipped) – Daytime running light (if equipped) 12V 13W P13W Turn signal light Front...
  • Page 461 • Check that they are tires of the same size, structure and load capacity as the originally installed tires. • Mount the snow tires on all four wheels. • Understand that the maximum permissible speed of snow tires is generally less than the originally installed tires. Consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer or supplier for further information. 11-5 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 462 4.5 L (7.9 Imp pt) K10C (including reservoir tank) engine 4.7 L (8.3 Imp pt) models (including reservoir tank) “SUZUKI LLC: Super (Blue) Coolant” 4.6 L (8.1 Imp pt) K12C (including reservoir tank) engine 4.7 L (8.3 Imp pt) models...
  • Page 463 SPECIFICATIONS ITEM: Recommended fuel / lubricants and capacities (approx.) Manual transaxle oil K10C engine 2.6 L (4.6 Imp pt) models “SUZUKI GEAR OIL 75W” K12C 1.5 L (2.6 Imp pt) engine models 2.1 L (3.7 Imp pt) Automatic transaxle oil “SUZUKI AT OIL AW-1”...
  • Page 464 SPECIFICATIONS MEMO 11-8 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 465: Index

    INDEX INDEX Average fuel consumption ....... 2-66, 2-78, 2-96 Average speed.............2-78, 2-96 Symbols “ENG A-STOP OFF” indicator ......2-95, 3-31, 3-36 Battery...................7-32 “ENG A-STOP OFF” switch ..........3-36 Battery replacement.............2-14 “ENG A-STOP” indicator............. 2-95 ® Bluetooth audio..............5-74 Numerics ® Bluetooth hands-free ............5-65 6-Speed automatic transaxle ..........
  • Page 466 INDEX Continuously Variable Transaxle (CVT) ......3-23 Emergency stop signal (ESS) ..........3-87 Continuously Variable Transaxle (CVT) fluid....7-24 Energy flow................2-96 Coolant level check ............. 7-20 Energy flow indicator............2-78 Coolant replacement ............7-20 ENG A-STOP indicator light ..........2-132 Corrosion prevention ............
  • Page 467 INDEX Front fog light ..............7-41 Heated rear window switch / Front fog light indicator light..........2-131 heated outside rearview mirror switch ......2-150 Front fog light switch ............2-138 Heating and air conditioning system .........5-14 Front passenger air bag deactivation system ....2-60 Heating system..............5-15 Front position light ..............
  • Page 468 INDEX Interior workable area for keyless push start system..3-10 Luggage compartment hook..........5-10 Jacking instructions.............. 8-2 Main beam (high beam) indicator light ......2-130 Jump-starting instructions ..........8-10 Maintenance recommended under severe driving conditions........... 7-8 Maintenance schedule............7-2 Keyless entry system transmitter ....... 2-7, 2-13 Malfunction indicator light ..........2-123 Keyless push start system ...........
  • Page 469 Raising vehicle with garage jack.......... 8-4 Shoulder anchor height adjuster........2-34 RDS (Radio Data System) ........... 5-47 SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) ......3-30 Rear bottle holder ..............5-9 Side air bags and side curtain air bags ......2-54 Rear combination light............7-42 Side door locks ..............
  • Page 470 INDEX Thermometer............2-65, 2-77, 2-95 Washing .................. 9-4 Tilt/telescoping steering lock lever........2-149 Waxing ..................9-5 Tire chains................4-4 Windows ................2-16 Tire changing tool..............8-1 Windshield washer.............2-148 Tire inspection ..............7-30 Windshield washer fluid ............7-49 Tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) ......3-97 Windshield wiper and washer lever .........2-147 Tire rotation................
  • Page 471 INDEX MEMO 12-7 52RM0-01E...
  • Page 472 When you intend to use RF transmitting equipment in your vehicle, we strongly recommend that you select the equipment which conforms to applicable rules or regulations in your country, and consult an authorized SUZUKI dealer or qualified service technician for advice.
  • Page 473 Specific conditions for installation NOTE: 1) Antenna cable is routed as far as possible from the vehicle electronic devices and wiring harness in the vehicle. 2) Power cable of transmitter is properly connected to lead-acid battery on the vehicle. NOTICE Before using your vehicle, check if there is no interference to all electrical devices on your vehicle for both Standby mode and Transmitting mode of the RF transmitting equipment.
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