Keeping it 100%
It makes sense when you need to repair your car or replace consumable products such as oil, filters, etc., you choose 100% Suzuki Genuine Parts.
Each genuine part has passed Suzuki’s rigorous test standards for performance, quality, durability, safety and comfort. Each genuine part is the perfect match for your Suzuki, a high quality piece of machinery built with 100% Suzuki Genuine Parts.
So, to keep your car in tip-top shape and under warranty, don’t settle for anything less than the best.
With their expertise and experience, your local Suzuki dealership or service centre are happy to help you with any questions. To find the one closest to you, go here.
General maintenance items
Take a look at these genuine products for your Suzuki. These include information on their function, how often you should replace them and what happens to your car when you don't.
How do I order a spare key for my car?
The best way to source a new key for your vehicle is by contacting a Suzuki dealership. To find your closest dealership please see https://www.suzuki.co.nz/Find-a-Dealer.Your local Suzuki service and parts technician will be able to identify the type of key required then programme this to your vehicle as needed.
I lost my only car key, what do I do now?
The best thing to do is contact a Suzuki dealership, please see https://www.suzuki.co.nz/Find-a-Dealer. Have your vehicle registration number ready as this will help the service/parts technician to facilitate a replacement for you.
What is the best way to get a price for a part or accessory for my Suzuki?
We suggest you visit or call your local Suzuki dealership, see https://www.suzuki.co.nz/Find-a-Dealer. They will be able to provide a price for Suzuki Genuine Parts or Accessories designed and engineered for your Suzuki, as well as fitment costs that may be applicable.
The manual is missing from my Suzuki. How do I order a replacement?
Your local Suzuki dealership, see https://www.suzuki.co.nz/Find-a-Dealer,is able to assist you with this enquiry. It’s best to have your registration number ready to help your technician identify the appropriate manual for your vehicle.
My Suzuki is a Japanese import and the manual is in Japanese, how can I order an English version?
Your local Suzuki dealership, see https://www.suzuki.co.nz/Find-a-Dealer, is able to assist you with this inquiry. The vehicle registration number and the Suzuki VIN (vehicle identification number) stamped on the manufacturers “Model ID” plate affixed to the vehicle are required to find the most suitable manual for the vehicle.
Where can I purchase a battery for my vehicle’s remote?
Standard battery types are used in remotes, therefore replacements can be located on a battery stand at any battery stockist.
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