Used Suzuki Transmissions
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Suzuki was founded in 1909 as a manufacturer of weaving looms, and didn’t begin developing cars until the 1930s. Creation of their first vehicle was finally completed in 1955.
Since that time, Suzuki has made automobiles, motorcycles, wheelchairs and other vehicles. In 2016 it was the eleventh largest auto producer in the world, and Suzuki is also one of the top-selling automakers in the world. Suzuki cars come with manual, automatic and continuously variable transmissions (CVTs). Suzuki generally makes most of the transmissions themselves, and offer them in four, five, and six speed versions.
Find a Used Suzuki Transmission Online
One of the best ways to get a used transmission is to utilize a used parts locating service. You just fill out some simple information, and then you wait for offers from vendors to get sent to your e-mail inbox. They work with you through a middleman service, they compete for your business, and you can choose the best fitting transmission with a good warranty & price.
It just takes under 15 seconds for you to fill out the form, so there is no long process or learning curve, and there is no obligation on the customer. You don’t have to wait for a long period of time, put up any money, deal with any sales staff representatives, or work through hours of tedious paperwork.
Select Your Used Suzuki Transmission Model Below
Whether you’re seeking a six-speed, manual CVT transmission for your Suzuki Kizashi or a four-speed, automatic transmission for your Suzuki Baleno, ASAP Motors has you covered.
Founder Michio Suzuki decided to start developing small cars in the late 1930s as a response to consumer demand.
World War II put the project on hold, but the need for affordable, reliable transportation after the war gave Suzuki a chance to market cars that were ahead of their time with four-wheel independent suspension, front-wheel drive and rack-and-pinion steering.
Used Suzuki Transmissions Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much does a used Suzuki transmission cost?
A: While the price of your used Suzuki transmission will depend on the year and model or your car, most customers pay between $150 and $500 for used Suzuki transmissions.
Q: Will my used Suzuki transmission come with a warranty?
A: ASAP Motors is not a seller of used transmissions, but partners with auto parts brokers who do. We cannot guarantee that any used Suzuki transmission will come with a warranty.
We highly recommend speaking with your seller and asking about the mileage and performance of your used Suzuki transmission. Ask questions about warranties and be sure to complete all the proper paperwork.
Q: How can I spot problems with an automatic Suzuki transmission?
A: If a car with an automatic transmission makes loud noises when shifting gears, increases RPMs without accelerating or is delayed at shifting gears, something probably isn’t right. Ask your seller lots of questions about mileage and performance before making a decision.
Popular Suzuki Used Transmission Models
The Suzuki Kizashi was in production from 20009 until 2016. The midsize car was a family sedan that came with standards including front-wheel drive, 17 and 18-inch wheels, cloth and leather seat options and iPod connectivity in the sound system. The Suzuki Kizashi came with a six-speed, manual or a CVT transmission.
The Suzuki Vitara began production in 1988 and is still being made today (as of 2019). The compact SUV has seen four generations. The first generation was called the Sidekick, and was a joint venture between Suzuki and General Motors. The Suzuki Vitara is available in three-, four-, five- and six speed versions in both manual and automatic transmission styles.
The Suzuki Sx4 began production in 2004 and is still being made today (as of 2019). This crossover and compact car was a joint development between Suzuki and Fiat and has been sold as a sedan, hatchback and mini SUV. The Suzuki comes with a CVT or with a four-, five- or six-speed transmission. Both manual and automatic are available.