Alhamdolillah. And you are definitely lucky.
I have owned 1988 Suzuki FX, 1990 Suzuki Alto, 1993 Suzuki Potohar, 1997 Suzuki Khyber, 1999 Suzuki Baleno, and now very recently two 2011 and 2012 Meherbans and all of them had problems.
1993 Suzuki Potohar was a special case. That was the time when "peeli taxi" scheme was at its "arooj." I booked it in January and got the car in September same year "alhamdolillah." It had "sea water" in place of coolant in its radiator, the radiator hose from thermosat housing to radiator never stopped leaking for its entire life until I sold it in 2005. The coolant reservoir bottle also never stopped leaking. The brake oil reservoir cap was loose from the very beginning and the brake oil was found contaminated with washing water. The seat wells were not painted and they were rusted since the very first day I took the car from show room. There was a strange noise coming from the gear box which suzuki "specialist" told me that it would need complete dismantling otherwise gear box will fail. But thankfully that never happened until 2005 and I lived with the noise. Whenever it rained feet of the driver and the passenger always soaked in water (and the comment from suzuki "specialist" was that it was the way how Potohars were designed. So it was a design issue.) Windscreen also leaked water. These were over and above the usual problems like lights not working, battery acid leaking, noises from doors and windows, missing body gaskets, steering play and vibration, wheel mis-alignment, wrong tyre pressures, locks not working, leaking radiators, broken radiator caps, meters not working especially the fuel gauge, speedometer needle fluctuating (this was a funny problem, the needle was like fluctuating between 40 and 60kms/h. I used to calculate average i.e., 50kms/h to estimate actual speed,) HVAC dials not working (e.g., if you want to fix air flow on your face you have to turn the dial to your feet to get the air on your face or even after closing fresh air vent you keep on getting fresh air; "fresh air is good for your health"), clutch and brakes not properly adjusted, head light mis alignment, petrol leaks and smell of petrol inside the cabin. The list goes on and on and on -----