Suzuki Swift 2 (1989-2004) – batteries

Suzuki Swift in version 2 was produced in the years 1989 - 2004. We invite you to a list of batteries matching individual engine versions.

Basic parameters of batteries suitable for Suzuki Swift (1989-2004):

LayoutTerminal typesBase hold-down
1 - positive on the left side3B0

Suzuki Swift 2 - petrol engines:
1.0
1.0i
1.3
1.3 4WD
1.3 GTi


Brand and seriesModelCapacityCold Cranking AmpsDimensionsBase Hold-DownPrice
Bosch S4S40 1940 Ah330 A187x127x227 mmB0More
Exide ExcellEB35735 Ah240 A187x127x220 mmB0More
Varta Blue DynamicA1540 Ah330 A187x127x227 mmB0More
In the case of these petrol engines, we choose batteries in size 187x127x220 mm or 187x127x227 mm, which capacity exceeds 32 Ah. The weakest of these is the battery Exide Excell EB357 which capacity is 35 Ah and Cold Cranking Amps is 240 A. The most powerful battery is Varta Blue Dynamic A15 of a capacity 40Ah and Cold Cranking Amps: 330 A. All of the above motors have a base hold-down B0.

Suzuki Swift 2 - petrol engines:
1.6 4x4


Brand and seriesModelCapacityCold Cranking AmpsDimensionsBase Hold-DownPrice
Bosch S4S40 2245 Ah330 A238x129x227 mmB0More
Exide ExcellEB45745 Ah330 A237x127x227 mmB0More
Varta Blue DynamicB3345 Ah330 A238x129x227 mmB0More
In the case of these petrol engines, we choose batteries in size 237x127x225 mm, 237x127x227 mm or 238x129x227 mm, which capacity exceeds 42 Ah. All the batteries in the above list have the same capacity 45Ah and Cold Cranking Amps: 330 A. All the batteries in the list above have a base hold-down B0.

See also information about other cars of this manufacturer

Suzuki Baleno I (1995-2002)
Suzuki Grand Vitara II (2005-2014)
Suzuki Ignis I (2000-2003)
Suzuki Ignis II (2003-2008)
Suzuki Jimny 3 (FJ) (1998-)
Suzuki Kizashi (2009-2014)
Suzuki Liana (2001-2007)
Suzuki Samurai (1998-2004)
Suzuki Splash (2008-2014)
Suzuki Swift 3 (2005-2010)
Suzuki Swift 4 (2010-)
Suzuki SX4 GY (2006-2013)
Suzuki Vitara 1 (1988-1999)

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