Should I leave my Suzuki Baleno running for a few minutes before switching off to save the turbo seizing?

Is it a good idea to allow a Suzuki Baleno 1.0 to tick over for a few minutes before switching off - to allow oil to circulate in the turbo - to save it seizing/wearing out prematurely? The manual, and Suzuki dealers, don't mention this.

Asked on 12 August 2017 by 21Twinkle

Answered by Honest John
Very much so. Not after normal ambling about, but after long ascents, quick cross country driving and when you stop for fuel on the motorway.
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