Choose your Automotive paint color for your 2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara

Select the color of your vehicle from the table below.

If you have any doubt about the color of your 2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara, please note: The paint code will be located on either the firewall, in the driver side door edge, or door jamb. Click here for Suzuki paint code location diagrams and label examples.

Choose Your Paint Color:

Chip Color Codes Color Description
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Superior White 26U 26U Superior White
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Quicksilver Metallic Z2S Z2S Quicksilver Metallic
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | White Water Pearl Z7T Z7T White Water Pearl
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Bluish Black Pearl ZJ3 ZJ3 Bluish Black Pearl
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Deep Sea Blue Metallic ZJP ZJP Deep Sea Blue Metallic
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Volcano Red Pearl ZLB ZLB Volcano Red Pearl
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Quasar Gray Metallic ZMA ZMA Quasar Gray Metallic
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Bison Brown 2 Metallic ZUF ZUF Bison Brown 2 Metallic
2013 Suzuki Grand Vitara Touch Up Paint | Gaia Bronze Pearl ZUG ZUG Gaia Bronze Pearl

 

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Did you choose the wrong model? How about the 2013 Suzuki Equator, Landy, Swift, or SX4?  If you're still not sure, take a look at our All 2013 Suzuki Models page.  Or, just go to our page dedicated to Suzuki Touch Up Paint

Here's what our customers are saying about our Touch Up Paint:

Larry C, owner of a 2012 Suzuki Equator from Aberdeen, NC

I am very pleased with my experience with AUTOMOTIVETOUCHUP. The paint matched perfect on my 2012 Suzuki equator. It was so easy to achieve a professional looking job.

Alli, owner of a 2012 Suzuki Equator from Michigan

The paint was an impeccable match. The instructions were easy to follow. What was missing was a little practical experience on the part of the technician (me). I was overly cautious about applying both the primer and the base coat because I didn't want any drips or runs. So I did a whole lot of very light coats, and it took forever, if you include the drying time, to get the area covered. I had a long, deep scratch on the door and although I sanded it, feathered it, and it appeared perfectly smooth to me, I discovered upon applying the base coat over my super smooth primer that I had a dip where I had sanded out the scratch. Probably should have feathered it way, way farther out even though it felt smooth to the touch. The coverage of the light sprays of base coat were also deceiving. The paint really wants to be sprayed a lot thicker. Even though it was a perfect match under the copious fluorescent lights in my garage, when I got it out into the sun I could see that it looked lighter in the primer area. It matched perfectly to the existing paint on the door where I feathered it out to blend in. The last problem area was the clear coat. Applying light coats made it go on dull. Needed a much heavier hand, which I steeled myself to do. But rubbing it out to get the "orange peel" out of it left a kind of light haze on it. The feathered edges of the clear coat also refused to sand smoothly into the existing paint. Have no idea why on that one. So, in spite of all these problems, the result was "good enough"...and if I should ever have to do it again I now have some valuable practical experience. [ATU Note: Clearcoat needs to be applied wet to look wet.]

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