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    Cool Suzuki Swift Owners Club


    Suzuki Swift Owners Club - 14126521430 e098949a94 o


    Welcome aboard the Suzuki Swift Owners Club, a group for the passionate and crazy owners of Suzuki Swift.

    This thread will serve as a discussion forum for all the owners of Suzuki Swift across Pakistan. Members can post their experiences as well seek help for their automobile in various areas of interest.

    Apart from the regular discussion and posts there would be regular meets, get together as well as cruises in cities across Pakistan. The primary motive of the club is to promote the desire of the members to help and share information with other fellow members particularly related to Suzuki Swift.

    For the convenience of the members, below is a list of problems/ solutions being posted by different members of Suzuki Swift. Just click on any to go to that specific topic.

    Table of Contents


    1. Guide to CNG conversion
    2. Workshop manual (pdf)
    3. Maintenance Tips for owners
    4. Causes of poor mileage
    5. Platinum vs. Iridium Plugs debate
    6. Rain water accumulation problem in the spare wheel area
    7. Guide to measure mileage






    Guide to Suzuki Authorized Dealerships
    Key: Recommended - Not Recommended


    Karachi
    Suzuki Carachi Motors
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    Naseer Autos

    Suzuki North
    Suzuki Defence Motors
    Khair Agencies
    I.G Motors
    Suzuki POLAD
    Lahore
    Suzuki Master Motors
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    Suzuki Islamabad Motors I-9
    Azim Motors I-10
    Suzuki Kazmi Motors

    Suzuki Federal Motors Islamabad
    Suzuki Chaudary Motors Murree Road
    Suzuki Humak Motors Islamabad
    Suzuki Chaudary Humak Motors
    Suzuki 6th Road Motors
    Multan
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    Bhawalpur
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    Suzuki Gujranwala Motors



    More coming soon...


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    Guys an update, swift's speedo meter is 5 km advance once compared with gps speed. It can be confirmed on builtin navigation in dlx model (which I own). I confirmed the same through app on iPhone. At 100km/h on swifts speedo nav shows speed at 95.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZESTY View Post
    Guys an update, swift's speedo meter is 5 km advance once compared with gps speed. It can be confirmed on builtin navigation in dlx model (which I own). I confirmed the same through app on iPhone. At 100km/h on swifts speedo nav shows speed at 95.
    Right i've also experienced it.
    There's about 5 to 8 kmph difference
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    ^ so it means at 500 kms in a tank actual mileage shud be around 475? M I correct?
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    Yeh there is difference of 5KM between speedo meter and gps but what i learn is gps is always 5km behind than actull speed bcoz i experience the difference on swift navigation system, then driving same swift with sygic navigation on my mobile, then driving Liana, Crolla GLI and another Swift.
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    I checked it on different apps and every time there was a 5km difference in swift. Honda City prosmatic was spot on on gps. I checked on apps namely speedometer and speed box. Along with built in Gps in swift dlx
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    50 50 hobc and petrol
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    Ac status? But even then this is extremely good mileage. However the needle pointing half in my experience is only close to one third of the fuel remaining

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasey1 View Post
    Ac status? But even then this is extremely good mileage. However the needle pointing half in my experience is only close to one third of the fuel remaining
    It has about 16 -18 litter remaining at this point
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    What range do u think he will get from the remaining fuel. And do u think adding HOBC to the mix made any significant difference? Also Yasir if you could mention your range from full tank via tripping till the reserve light comes on.

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    Shell has best octane level as per my experience. She'll has highest octane in premium fuel no knocking at all if She'll is used. In half tank car goes up to 335+_ kms and remaining tank (till reserve) it does 200 kms. It's my observation.
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    Average consumption of swift dlx 2013 with 45000 kms on odo
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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    It has about 16 -18 litter remaining at this point
    I guess its 16 litre !

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    That's excellent mileage. City or highway driving?

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    It's mix of motorway and city. Daily 17 or 18 kms on motorway and rest in city (one way).
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    Daily run is approx 105 kms. Out of 105 34-40 kms on motorway. Car is 100% stock, she'll ultra, original filters. I change oil and filters at 10000 kms
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZESTY View Post
    Daily run is approx 105 kms. Out of 105 34-40 kms on motorway. Car is 100% stock, she'll ultra, original filters. I change oil and filters at 10000 kms
    Great mileage indeed
    👍, I also get almost similar mileage a little bit less overall

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasey1 View Post
    Ac status? But even then this is extremely good mileage. However the needle pointing half in my experience is only close to one third of the fuel remaining
    AC OFF 20% of the time. This is the second best I have managed so far. Close to 1/3rd or 60% IMO

    Quote Originally Posted by COOLTAHIR View Post
    It has about 16 -18 litter remaining at this point
    As a rought estimate, yes

    Quote Originally Posted by wasey1 View Post
    What range do u think he will get from the remaining fuel. And do u think adding HOBC to the mix made any significant difference? Also Yasir if you could mention your range from full tank via tripping till the reserve light comes on.
    I am close to about 70% of the fuel guage and done 400km. As per my old routine reserve used to hit exactly at 416 to 427. This time I am expecting around 450. Lets see. Will post when it happens. However, after several refills I have concluded that reserve lights on when around approx 6 litres is left in the tank.

    HOBC's addition made a lot of difference.
    Only Petrol at half mark - 250km
    Petrol HOBC mix - 295km

    I will be sharing the cost per litre details with everyone here soon which will show which is the cheapest ratio of mix to go for with the best mileage in the range.
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    Swift EZC31S Japanese version. The local DLX feels like a lincoln town car after a 40 minute drive in this. Not fast but very well balanced and just the right steering ratio. Also with the 1.6 VVT this actually consumes less fuel than the local 1.3 one, if driven with a light foot. Also when you press the pedal it doesn't make a whiny noise as if protesting against your cruelty but there's just the right amount of low-pitched grumble, not creating the pretense of a larger engine but still conveying that I am alive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yawar538 View Post
    AC OFF 20% of the time. This is the second best I have managed so far. Close to 1/3rd or 60% IMO



    As a rought estimate, yes



    I am close to about 70% of the fuel guage and done 400km. As per my old routine reserve used to hit exactly at 416 to 427. This time I am expecting around 450. Lets see. Will post when it happens. However, after several refills I have concluded that reserve lights on when around approx 6 litres is left in the tank.

    HOBC's addition made a lot of difference.
    Only Petrol at half mark - 250km
    Petrol HOBC mix - 295km

    I will be sharing the cost per litre details with everyone here soon which will show which is the cheapest ratio of mix to go for with the best mileage in the range.
    Very interesting observation. Do put up your cost calculations. Any word on the pick of the car using HOBC. It would have gone up, but was there any dramatic difference? Also what's up filling up station, caltex or shell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wasey1 View Post
    Very interesting observation. Do put up your cost calculations. Any word on the pick of the car using HOBC. It would have gone up, but was there any dramatic difference? Also what's up filling up station, caltex or shell?
    Will put it up when I get the next refill.
    The pick has improved but not drastically since Swift already has a good pick on Petrol. HOBC allowed it to improve minutely at each gear ratios and eventually passing 100kmph mark with more ease than before. Drastic difference would be present in older cars IMO.

    I have tried Shell and recently faced issues with them. Tried Caltex once and it didn't work for me. Currently using PSO and recent refills have been pacifying.
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