Suzuki Grand Vitara: Introduction - Suzuki Grand Vitara Owner's ManualSuzuki Grand Vitara: Introduction

This owner’s manual applies to the GRAND VITARA series:

NOTE: The illustrated model is one of the GRAND VITARA series.

NOTE: The illustrated model is one of the GRAND VITARA series.

Thank you for choosing SUZUKI and welcome to our growing family. Your choice was a wise one; SUZUKI products are a great value that will give you years of driving pleasure. This Owner’s Manual was prepared to help you have a safe, enjoyable, and trouble-free experience with your SUZUKI. In it you will learn about the vehicle’s operation, its safety features and maintenance requirements. Please read it carefully before operating your vehicle. Afterwards, keep this Manual in the glove box for future reference. Should you resell the vehicle, please leave this Manual with it for the next owner. In addition to the Owner’s Manual, the other booklets provided with your SUZUKI explain the vehicle’s warranties. We recommend you read them as well to familiarize yourself with this important information. When planning the regular scheduled maintenance of your SUZUKI, we recommend you visit your local SUZUKI dealership. Their factory- trained technicians will provide the best possible service and use only genuine SUZUKI parts and accessories.

    Service Station Guide
    1. Fuel. 2. Engine hood. 3. Tire changing tools. 4. Engine oil dipstick <Yellow>. 5. Automatic transmission fluid dipstick <Red>. 6. Engine coolant. 7. Windshield washer flu ...

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    Express Down Windows
    Windows that have the express&-down feature allow the windows to be lowered without holding the switch. Press the window switch fully and release it to activate the express&-down feature. ...

    All-Wheel Drive
    Vehicles with this feature always send engine power to all four wheels. It is fully automatic, and adjusts itself as needed for road conditions. When using a compact spare tire on an AWD vehicle, t ...

    Topping up the brake/clutch fluid
    Brake fluid will damage painted surfaces. Soak up any spillage with an absorbent cloth immediately and wash the area with a mixture of car shampoo and water. Only use new fluid from an airtigh ...