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Suzuki Automotive Explains "CVT" or Continuously Variable Transmission

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Published on Aug 10, 2011

You may have seen the term "CVT" or "Continuously Variable Transmission" as a feature on Suzuki cars like the award-winning Kizashi, but do you know what it means and how it works? Check out this informative video that explains Suzuki's available CVT. And to learn more about which Suzuki vehicles offer CVT, visit www.suzukiauto.com.

Comments • 17

steve robbo
Hi im going to view a 2014 suzuki s-cross 1.6 sz5 cvt- next week any one had one or know if its a good car to buy..
Mrs Silence DoGood
Where is the Test Port on 2013 Sx4 CVT anyone PLEASE ?
Franklin L
Jhansi 
Mike Heide
I have a 2010 Kizashi. (Actually it was built in 2009, but the dealer sold it as 2010). Anyway, when its hot out and driving at highway speeds, the car automatically shifts to neutral. I have to coast to the shoulder, shut the car off and after 15 minutes or so, the car would be back to normal operations. No dash lights or error codes show up on the dash. Is this normal? Or should I be concerned?
AncientCoinHouse
you need a new transmission
wav5000kb
Imagine changing the roller weights on this thing...if scooter is nightmare,then this is hell.
MrEdysama
New transmission CVT design by BitRaptor. Is a continuously variable transmission CVT gear only (the only one functional in the world), very compact and lightweight, and which could replace the current systems both for efficiency, simplicity and not least the costs. Because this CVT work only with pinions is better the all other systems by efficiency and high torque transmission. In the web page bitraptor com you will find more explanations, drawings and a short video of a basic prototype.
Chad Faul
Suzuki needs to produce a Sports car. One that is under $23000 :-) with the 2.7L V6. I would buy it.
SolaGratia
You are misinformed, I know you made this comment a year ago but for clarification, they are not standard in Nissans. They are an OPTION for some trim levels, but not standard at all.
SolaGratia
No it didn't. They are not prone to overheating since newer cars with CVT transmissions are getting smarter about efficient cooling,.
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