You will need to change the clock in your Suzuki at least twice a year, as we switch in and out of British Summer Time, with the clocks going forward in the Spring and then going back in the Autumn, but the good news is that it’s a straightforward process.
The process may vary from model to model, so it's worth checking your owner's handbook or asking someone at your local Suzuki Service Centre for advice on how to do it.
However, we have some general advice that will apply for most owners.
First, turn on your ignition and, once the instrument panel starts up, you're ready to go. If you have a stalk on the right-hand side of the instrument panel, press down on it, which will open the main menu.
Then twist the stalk to navigate the menu and scroll down to 'Clock setting'. Press the stalk to select this option. You'll now see the hour digit highlighted, so twist the stalk again to adjust the hour to what you want it to be, then press it to confirm.
Now you'll find the minutes are highlighted, so again twist the stalk to get to the correct time and press the stalk again to confirm and set the new time.
To return to the main menu, scroll to the 'Back' option and press the stalk.
The correct time should now be displayed in your car.
Please note that analogue clocks fitted in Vitara models will automatically synchronise with the digital clock.