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David Anders

David Anders
David Anders has been in the motor industry, specifically the After Sales environment, since 1996. He started working with the Suzuki brand in April 2008 and has been National Service Manager since August 2010. Due to a strong understanding of 'process', David has been successful in enabling Suzuki's dealer network to differentiate itself in the market. Recognised as the leader of an elite team of After Sales experts, David has continuously driven a way of life that can translate into an amazing experience for Suzuki customers.
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Demystify your car manual: How to use your car manual?

There are two types of people: those who read the entire owner’s manual on the very day they bring their car home, and those who are surprised to see it every time they open the glove box. If you’re the latter, here are a few ‘cheat tips’ on how, and why, you should be using your owner’s manual.

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Demystify your car manual: Terminology

The automotive industry, like any other industry, often seems to have its own language. Your owner’s manual is likely scattered with lingo and abbreviations that make you feel like you’ve been sent back to your high school maths class. But don’t worry, with a few basics under your belt and Google by your side, you’ll quickly be speaking ‘car’ like a pro.

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The real cost of diesel

In 2017 we did a post on petrol vs diesel  for the SA market. Three years on and we’re taking a more in-depth look at the real cost of diesel and the misperceptions that still surround different fuel types.

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Old Suzuki models: Repair, care, and parts purchasing

You do not need to own a brand new one to love your Suzuki! Pre-owned vehicles are sold by each of the Suzuki dealers around the country, making it easy to source and drive away in the pre-loved car you want.

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Car specs explained

Buying a new car is both an emotional and financial decision – both of which require some serious thought before making the commitment. Part of that is looking at the specifications of the car and relating those to your needs – but what do all those terms actually mean?

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Auto Terminology: What is AMT/AT/MT?

Automated manual transmissions combine the best of both the automatic and manual transmission. See why the Suzuki AMT is the gearbox of the future.

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What You Need To Know About Suzuki Roadside Assistance

Safety, security, and peace of mind are the primary drivers behind the Suzuki Roadside Assistance package that provides owners with a wide variety of services that are available throughout the country, 24-hours a day.

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The future of car ownership in cities: One car one family

The car ownership model is changing. Factors such as fuel costs, environmental concerns and limited space in cities are forcing us to let go of the expectation that everyone needs their own car. So what does this mean for the future of car ownership?

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How to keep your tyres in tip-top shape

 

Your entire car rests on your tyres, this makes them very important for safety on the road. Learn how to keep them in good condition which will protect you and your passengers, as well as preventing unexpected costs.

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Mythbusting: car oil

There are plenty of car myths out there, and many of them are told to us in the form of ‘advice’ from people we know. Ask five people how often you should change the oil in your car, and you’ll get five different answers. This should be your first clue that it’s probably best to consult your owner’s manual.

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How well do you know your Suzuki engine? [quiz]

Do you know how your Suzuki engine works? This quiz will test your knowledge of Suzuki engines and parts to separate the petrolheads from the rest.

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Diagnosing your car

Whether you’ve been driving for ten years or ten days, the odds are you’ve had a moment with your car thinking ‘does that sound normal?’ And while it’s impossible to pinpoint a fault just by sound, there are a few signs you can look out for in order to spot a problem with your car before it becomes a crisis.

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The best part of being in the Suzuki family [customer stories]

There’s nothing better than owning a Suzuki car, especially if you immerse yourself in all the fun ways to enjoy the absolute best out of your special set of wheels.

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The car basics - that no one ever told you

Did you know you’re supposed to rotate your front and back wheels to ensure an even wear and tear? Or that you can replace your own wiper blades and change your brake fluid? Here’s some info that new drivers don’t know of, especially when it comes to enjoying/maintaining your car for all it’s worth.

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Signs your car needs to see a mechanic

 

The majority of modern vehicles have very little need for a mechanic in-between services, but on the odd occasion you may need some expert help. And if your vehicle is no longer under warranty, you’ll want to pay close attention to the warning signs. Here’s what to look out for:

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Car servicing: DIY or leave it to the professionals? [UPDATED]

Horror stories about disastrous car repairs abound. One only has to look at Hello Peter on the internet to find them. The best solution? A professional service is still the right way to go.

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10 tricks to save you fuel  when driving an automatic car [UPDATED]

 

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6 reasons why you need to service your car

Car services are essential to keeping your car running smoothly and save you a lot of money in the long run. Here are six reasons why you need to service your car.

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