Suzuki SX4 Wiper Blade Sizes (2007-2013)

While some people see the wiper blades on their vehicles as merely a convenience feature, the truth is that wiper blades are a vital safety feature that you can’t do without. When the windshield on your Suzuki SX4 is dusty and needs to be cleaned, or when it rains, snows, or sleets, you want to be sure that you have top-quality wiper blades on your vehicle.

With so many different wiper blades on the market, it can be hard to know where to begin when you’re shopping for replacement blades. Fortunately, the chart on this page offers easy-to-understand results that will allow you to get your SX4’s wiper blades replaced quickly.

Suzuki SX4 Wiper Blade Size Chart

2013Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2013Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2012Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2012Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2011Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2011Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2010Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2010Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2009Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2009Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2008Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
2008Sedan26"13"n/aBosch ICON
2007Hatchback26"13"10"Bosch ICON
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About the Suzuki SX4

Beginning in 2006, Suzuki released a subcompact sedan and a subcompact crossover SUV that shared the same name. This was true until 2013 when Suzuki retired the subcompact sedan and focused solely on the subcompact crossover SUV. From then until now, these various vehicles have all been called the SX4.

Although no current Suzuki vehicles are sold in the United States, the SX4 in its various forms was popular with auto buyers until Suzuki ended its U.S. operations in 2012. On the used market, the Suzuki SX4 still sells well because the vehicle is known for being a mechanical hero. You can put the SX4 through a lot of punishing road conditions and still find that the vehicle remains reliable and enjoyable to drive.

Those considering a used SX4 may also be looking at the Suzuki Swift, Toyota Yaris, Mazda 2, and Honda Jazz.

Furthermore, the SX4’s transmission and engine are well-paired, meaning that in the high-clearance SUV, you’ll be able to take on reasonably rough terrain without any issues. Further exemplifying the SX4’s toughness is the fact that one model year of the SX4 earned a perfect 5 out of 5 reliability score from U.S. News and World Report.

On top of that, this fun-to-drive SUV gets better fuel economy than some of today’s compact SUVs. At up to 32 miles per gallon on the highway, you’ll enjoy not having to interrupt your adventures to stop at gas stations along the way.

If you find a Suzuki SX4 for sale, do your best to make it yours. The long-term reliability and overall performance of the SX4 make it totally worth it to own a slightly older vehicle.