Which transmission does yr swift has I double checked VVT is available in all. The 1.2L (K12B) also is VVT. Link: http://www.globalsuzuki.com/automobile/lineup/swift/index.html
And also checked wikipedia what i understand is JDM market had 1.2L VVT CVT front wheel drive and 1.3L, 1.5L with four wheel drive option. European market didn't had a 1.2L option. Do correct me plz if i am wrong.
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It's a ZC11S with m13a and the transmission is ordinary 4AT. I doubt it's a CVT, though not clear about it don't have a manual and haven't yet gotten transmission fluid change so could ask the mechanic.Now that it's mentioned can someone please confirm what automatic transmission does a 1.3 JDM have so I don't end up putting in a wrong type of fluid.
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And yes i have rechecked it indeed is a VVT. Getting to know the Swift more because of this forum, thanks
I hope its a cvt because its pure pleasure. And u can find out yr self CVT transmission dosent have shif jumps u dont feel any gear shift if u accelerate. If u do get gear shifts then its a 4AT.Juat go through the option 3.maintenance tips for owners u will find all the info u need regarding maintenance.
If your engine look like this its VVT
if it looks like this its NON VVT[IMG]https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTIyXz8F4Nc5Y-WAMaQay6iu2XAYLVfGgkcWfdgFuN2doRm8669[/img]
According to your info i am pleased to report it's a VVT, thanks
According to your info as well i am pleased to report it's a VVT, thanks And the treats of getting a JDM are getting sweeter and sweeter
Congrats brother. Do report fuel average and your usual driving speed.
13 with AC a while back, not too hard on the throttle not too light. Average quoted is within City.To be honest i am a bit slightly heavy throttle fan, not fond of light foot driving.
Jdm takes another point home then.
Pkdm version cannot match that average.
Isn't Pkdm doing the same? My cousin's auto Pkdm is giving him 11.5-12 and an uncle's 2010 manual is doing 12-13
They seem to be the lucky ones i guess. I have not managed to get more than 10 from my 2015 dlx.
Friend of mine gets 10.5 from bis to 2011 dx
Brother's 2013 dlx gives him 9.5
And cousin is getting 10 from his 2013 dx
Ouch, that hurts. I am getting better figures from my 1.8 Civic Prosmatec
Because it has an i-VTEC and its even better than Suzuki's VVT
U must have heard "My i-VTEC just kicked in yo"
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Lol MCM episodes
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Have you ever driven a VTEC honda vehicle ? if you hit VTEC again and again at the end of the day your car mileage would drop remember VTEC is basically alter lift of valve high lift = more air fuel in combustion chamber to generate more torque
I know that Its VT+EC, so it does have VVT too for better performance at low and high RPMs.
How many people facing issue when they on the engine in cold it doesnt feel ryt race and gear are hard plzz tell its solution
Well i don't Face these problems as i have a JDM auto but still its always best to let the engine run idle for 5 min minimum. Especially in the morning. And when u wake ur car after a long sleep in the cold. This is what i do.
Has this problem always been there or a new one? If you notice very closely almost all modern cars have a slightly higher rpm at first cold start up. It's kind of an auto choke to rapidly get all lubricants going after a sitting period. Since my current experiences are only related to Automatic cars so I can't comment about gear being hard. But the last manual i had was 4 years back and it was a Liana, what you have described was exactly there in that car. Immediately after first cold start up it's gear used to be hard and rpm slightly higher. Would fade away after a few minutes and get normal. Specially the reverse gear felt like being stuck. So yes, never bring a car immediately into any motion till its warm after a cold start up.