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TMR Team | May, 01 2013 | 2 Comments

The writing is on the wall. Capped-price servicing is quickly becoming a dealbreaker for Australian motorists, with more than 10 brands getting on-board in the past four years.

Renault and Volkswagen have been among the more recent converts and, this week, Suzuki Australia has also joined the fray.

Announcing the program today, Suzuki Australia boss Tony Devers said the plan offers buyers peace of mind for up to five years (or 100,000km) from purchase.

“Customers can expect more value by knowing exactly how much they will pay for each service and when it comes to purchase their next Suzuki vehicle with improved resale value," Suzuki Australia Automobile boss Tony Devers said.

Costs range from $199 for the small Alto and Swift models, $249 for the Kizashi midsizer, through to $269 for the top-shelf Grand Vitara Prestige SUV.

The offer, available on all Suzuki models purchased from May 1 2013, also extends Suzuki's warranty from three years to five years/140,000km.

Click to see full price chart.
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