Suzuki has become the last mainstream brand to offer a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty as standard across its range.
The Japanese brand today dumped its standard three-year, 100,000km coverage period in favour of the five-year term now standard across the industry.
Previously, the brand limited its five-year coverage to owners who serviced their vehicles exclusively within the Suzuki dealer network.
Suzuki has issued two separate recall notices for the 2017-19 Swift and Swift Sport, over concerns about an issue with the airbag controller.
According to the company, side airbags, curtain airbags and the seatbelt pretensioner could accidentally deploy when the rear doors are slammed shut because of incorrect software in the airbag controller.
There's a risk of injury to the car's occupants if the airbags fire inadvertently.
The 2019 Suzuki Vitara Series II update has lobbed in Australia, with a focus on improving the active safety credentials of range-topping Turbo variants.
The revised version of Suzuki’s edgy Hungarian-made little crossover SUV now comes in only three variations, the base model with front-wheel drive (FWD) and either manual or auto transmissions, the auto-only Turbo with FWD and the auto-only Turbo with AllGrip all-wheel drive (AWD).