Here we have a range of videos designed to help you enjoy your Suzuki.

Where To Find Your Suzuki's VIN​

​Learn where to find your vehicles VIN- Vehicle Identification Number, also often referred to as the Chassis Number. You will need this if you need to order any parts or accessories.

Understanding Motoring Acronyms

When it comes to cars, there are a plethora of acronyms that get used and it can all get a bit confusing! However, help is at hand with Suzuki's helpful video.

Understanding Your Dashboard LIghts

Your dashboard tells you everything you need to know about your Suzuki, but understanding all those different lights can be confusing. Learn what they all mean and make sure you never miss an oil level or tyre pressure warning again!

How To Open And Close Your Bonnet

Whether you are checking your oil levels or jumpstarting your car, there are many reasons you would need to get under the hood of your vehicle. Follow the instructions in this video to learn the easiest and safest way to open and close your bonnet.

​How To Check Your Engine Oil

Checking the engine oil is one of the most important things to know to keep your Suzuki's engine in tip-top condition. Learn where to find your dipstick and how to tell the right levels and top up your engine oil

How To Jump start your Suzuki

Whether you have left the lights on overnight or you have a faulty alternator, having a flat battery doesn't need to be a disaster- jump starting your car is an incredibly easy process when you know what you are doing. Just remember, safety first!

Safety Checks Before You Drive

While it is of vital importance to get your car serviced at the appropriate intervals, it is worth giving your vehicle a good check before you hit the road, whether you are just popping to the shops or heading out for a big road trip.

Maintaining For Your Car

Your car needs a service once a year, or whenever you’ve reached the recommended mileage, so make sure that you know when it is due. But in the meantime, there are a few things that you can do yourself to keep on top of your car’s maintenance.

How To Fix A Flat Tyre

Dealing with a flat tyre can be a daunting task if you don't know what you are doing but don't worry, it doesn't have to be! Our in-depth video guide will take you through how to make an emergency repair using tyre sealant and a comprehensive step by step guide to safely changing a tyre yourself.

Your TPMS Light & Checking Tyre Pressures

Our guide on what to do when your Tyre Pressure Warning Light turns on. This light will, usually, appear when there has been a sudden drop in pressure of the tyres or a puncture. We recommend you watch this video so that you know what to do when this light comes, so you can stay safe on the road.

​How To Change Your Clock

Every year the clocks go forward in the Spring and back in the Autumn and changing the clocks is part of this ritual. It is important update the time settings in your vehicle at these times of year as they may not adjust automatically. Follow the instructions in this video to learn how to change the clock in your Suzuki.

Connecting Your Smart Phone

Suzuki's infotainment system allows you to make and receive calls on the go, connecting to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Use the console panel or the buttons on the steering wheel to navigate your contacts list to make calls and answer or reject incoming calls. You can even use voice control if your smartphone supports it.

How To Play Music In Your Car

Connecting your devices to your car's sound system through Bluetooth, USB or auxiliary input couldn't be easier. Controlling your in-car music is just as simple, you can use the buttons on the console or the buttons on the steering wheel to fast-forward, rewind and adjust the volume.

How To Fold Down Your Rear Seats

Whether you are moving furniture or packed too much for your family holiday, the ability to fold down your back seats to increase the boot space available is incredibly useful. Follow our detailed video to learn how to quickly and easily fold down your Suzuki's rear seats.

How To Use Your Car Radio

Suzuki's built in infotainment system is designed to be a piece of cake to use. Controlled with the touch screen panel or the buttons on the steering wheel, you can listen to AM, FM or digital radio, with the ability to pre-set your favourite stations. You can even choose to receive traffic announcements so you know what roads to avoid!

Using Sat Nav in Your Car

Suzuki's built in Sat Nav is designed to be intuitive to use, getting you to where you need to be with the minimum of fuss, simply enter the details of your desired destination or select one of your pre-saved favourite locations and you are good to go..

Blind Spot Monitoring Explained

By utilising an array of radars surrounding your vehicle, the Suzuki Blind Spot Monitor System will alert you with both visual and audio warnings when there is another vehicle or object in your blind spot when driving, keeping you safe when changing lanes or reversing in a busy car park.

Cruise Control & Adaptive Cruise Control Explained

Cruise control is an incredibly useful feature, especially when you are undertaking long journeys, helping you to conserve fuel by avoiding unnecessary braking and acceleration.

How Manual Air Conditioning Works

From cooling you down in the height of Summer to keeping you warm on those icy Winter mornings, your vehicle's air conditioning system is an important part of your driving experience. For optimum performance, replace your air conditioning filter every 2 years.

How Automatic Air Conditioning Works

While you might think that Suzuki's air conditioning system is just to keep you cool on balmy Summer days, it also performs a vital function in keeping you safe by demisting the windscreen in Winter, allowing for greater visibility while driving. It is recommended that you change the cabin filter every 2 years to keep your air conditioning working efficiently.

Maintaining Your Air Conditioning​

It is recommended that you change the cabin filter every 2 years to keep your air conditioning working efficiently.

How To Prepare For Winter Driving

Making sure that you are prepared for poor conditions and your car is Winter road ready is incredibly important in avoiding issues during the colder months. Many drivers do not know that the minimum legal tyre depth is 1.6mm, any lower and you could find yourself in real trouble trying to gain grip on slippery roads.

How To Drive Safely On Snow & Ice

While it is best to avoid driving in snowy and icy conditions when possible, by taking care and following Suzuki's top Winter driving tips, you can avoid accidents and get to your destination while keeping yourself and your passengers safe from harm.

How To Save Fuel & Money

How to drive more efficiently in your day to day journeys. From how to drive more smoothly to what is the optimum tyre pressure when driving, these tips will help you get the most out of your engine, the less fuel you use, the more money you save!

Caring For Your Car

No matter how carefully you drive, if you don't take care of your car then you're a potential hazard. Shockingly, half of UK drivers ignore it if their car is making unusual noises. One in ten drive around with worn tyres. And only three in 10 get their car checked for Winter.