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SUZUKI Recalls in UK

Select the model of manufacturer SUZUKI from the bellow list to have access to all the recalls of each model.



Currently there are 21 models of vehicles manufactured by SUZUKI that have recall actions in UK.

Check also how many SUZUKI are Still on the road in UK.

This is the list of affected models from SUZUKI.

Select the model to see all the details relevant to that model.

SUZUKI ALTO recall
SUZUKI BALENO recall
SUZUKI CARRY recall
SUZUKI CARRYVAN recall
SUZUKI CELERIO recall
SUZUKI GRAND VITARA recall
SUZUKI GV2000 recall
SUZUKI IGNIS recall


SUZUKI JIMNY recall
SUZUKI LIANA recall
SUZUKI Several recall
SUZUKI SPLASH recall
SUZUKI SWIFT recall
SUZUKI SX4 recall
SUZUKI SX4 S-CROSS recall
SUZUKI SX4 S-CROSS 2WD recall
SUZUKI SX4 S-CROSS 4WD recall
SUZUKI VITARA recall


SUZUKI WAGON R recall
SUZUKI WAGON R+ recall
SUZUKI XL-7 recall


Usually when a manufacturer issues a recall action it is because it is serious and need to be repaired in order to keep the safety of vehicle. Other recall actions are not serious and do not impact on vehicle safety.

Nevertheless it is always safer to follow the manufacturer recommendation and do all the published and recall actions. The recall actions issued by the manufacturer are always free of charge for the vehicle owner, but the time and costs to take the vehicle to the recall are not reimbursed.

If you bought an used car, or intend to buy one, make sure that all the recall actions where done on your vehicle and ask for that information.

When selling your car, please inform the new buyer regarding the recall actions already done.


If you find a serious defect on your vehicle that is not listed in the recall action and that affects the safety of your vehicle, one of its parts, or an accessory, you should report it to the manufacturer immediately.

If you’re not happy with how the manufacturer is dealing with your report about the defects you found on your vehicle, contact the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) with a complete description of the situation and actions you have taken so that the DVSA can take the proper actions when contacting the manufacturer.