No matter what model of Suzuki car you have, without the battery it's useless. Nothing operates without the battery: the engine can't start, the lights won't work, not even the heating will fire up. So why leave it too late for a change? All cars can benefit from a new battery, but those especially at risk of excessive battery wear include cars which are over 3 years old, and those involved in heavy use. You don't want to be stranded somewhere in the cold and the dark before realising that it's time to change your battery, so if your car is over 3 years old then why not play it safe and consider that it's time for a change?
A good quality battery will set you back about £100 or more, and will last you around 5-6 years. These high quality batteries will also provide the punch you need if you are a fan of in-car gadgets such as a surround sound radio system or inbuilt DVD players. A better quality battery may also be important if you make frequent short journeys. These journeys cause you to be draining the battery more often to start the car, and can be a major cause of battery wear. If you use your car less frequently and don't have any power hungry gadgets to take care of you can make do with a lower quality battery for £50-60. These batteries won't provide as much power, and don't last as long (2-3 years on average), but are handy for those on a budget, or not planning to keep their car.
A new battery is a sure way to keep your Suzuki car roaring into life in the cold mornings of winter, so what are you waiting for? If you think your battery is in need of some rejuvenation then why not invest in a new one. It could be a life saver!