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Suzuki


The Suzuki Motor Corporation is a Japanese manufacturer of automobiles, motorcycles and outboard motors. The group is headquartered in Hamamatsu, Japan, and it is one of the largest exporters of motorcycles in the world.


In 1909, Michio Suzuki opened up a company for the manufacturing of looms. The business grew rapidly and was known as Suzuki Loom Manufacturing Co. In 1937, as a result of detailed examination of a dissected agreement, Suzuki-built one prototype called Austin 7. There were several other vehicles manufactured and the company soon had to convert to war production. Immediately after the end of the war, Suzuki produced mainly built agricultural machines and fan heaters. In 1952, Suzuki presented a motorized bicycle, the Power Free, which was followed by other models.


Suzuki's results in the auto market were so good that the company was renamed Suzuki Motor Co. Ltd. The first car from Suzuki was released in 1955 with a small car named Suzulight. It was a 2-cylinder 360 cc engine. Shortly thereafter, it began its international expansion, founding and opening an American market in Los Angeles in 1963. In Germany, Suzuki motorcycles and cars were offered from 1969 to 1980.


In 1981, Suzuki came to closer cooperation with Isuzu and General Motors, a partnership that lasted until 2008 and resulted in the models Suzuki Splash, Opel Agila and the Vauxhall. Today, Suzuki remains one of Japan’s largest car manufacturer’s, ranking number two for small cars and trucks.


Has Your Suzuki Auto Warranty Expired or is it About to Expire?


Suzuki's Wear Item Limited Warranty will cover all of your vehicle’s components for 36 months / 36,000 miles. There is usually no deductible involved, which is a plus to new car owners. Any repairs that are needed to correct material or workmanship defects are made without charge for labor or parts. There are exclusions though so make sure you completely check your owner’s manual. For instance, the battery is only covered for 2 years or 24,000 miles.


Suzuki does offer a Roadside Assistance Program in the form of 3 years / 36,000 miles for new vehicles and it is available every, 365 days per year, in both U.S. and Canada. Services include things like tire changes, lockout service, jumpstarts, mechanical repairs, and towing.


Suzuki will also give you a Seat Belt Lifetime Warranty, which allows you to take your car into any authorized dealer and repair any seat belt defect.


There is a 7 year / 100,000 Powertrain Limited Warranty and that comes with a 2-year warranty on all Suzuki genuine spare parts and accessories. This covers drive shafts, main engine parts, valves, chassis, drive train, manifold, intake valves, transmission, differentials, etc.


Why Extend Your Suzuki Auto Warranty?


You’d be surprised at how fast 36 months or 36,000 miles flies by when it comes to Suzuki’s limited wear warranty. But all warranties end eventually, and when the limited wear warranty is expired you, the owner, are suddenly responsible for all repair costs. With rising repair costs, the total bill can cause shock. Fortunately, vehicle protection contracts can help reduce repair costs without a lot of anxiety or hassle.


By purchasing a vehicle protection contract (formerly called an extended auto warranty), you are extending your Suzuki’s general warranty. Vehicle protection contracts often offer the same or similar coverage as the old warrant and supplement any existing powertrain warranty that may still be in effect. For the most complete coverage, wrap vehicle protection contracts replace a bumper-to-bumper warranty and also tend to cover additional components that were not included before, such as electrical parts and air conditioning.


If you plan to keep your Suzuki for years to come, a vehicle protection contract is a smart investment. At Vehicle Protection Headquarters, we offer affordable vehicle service contracts so that you can save even more. In fact, our policies often pay for themselves after just one major repair. On top of that, our contracts give you the freedom to choose from any number of repair shops to have your Suzuki repaired.


Don’t forget, however, that the sooner you buy a vehicle protection contract, the lower the rate will be. So invest in your Suzuki today and get started today with a free, no pressure quote. For more about us and what we offer check out our FAQ page, or give us a call today to speak with a contract specialist.


Vehicle Protection Headquarters is an independent website and is not sponsored by or in any way affiliated with Suzuki. The Suzuki names and logos are trademarks owned by Suzuki. Although the information found on this site is believed to be reliable, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability, or usefulness of any information, either isolated or in the aggregate.