Atlético Santa Rosa were Susvielles’ first club, which preceded the forward appearing for Alvear FC during the 2011–12 Torneo Argentino B season and playing thirteen times. Fellow fourth tier outfit Villa Mitre signed Susvielles in 2012. He remained for two years, scoring twenty-eight goals in fifty fixtures. On 30 June 2014, Susvielles joined Olimpo of the Argentine Primera División. He made his debut in a 1–1 tie with Racing Club on 25 October, which was the first of five appearances for Olimpo.Primera B Nacional‘s Guillermo Brown loaned Susvielles in 2015. Two goals in twenty-eight matches followed.
In January 2016, Susvielles completed a move to Ferro Carril Oeste (GP). He scored his first goals for them on 27 March 2016, notching a brace during a Torneo Federal A victory away to Alvarado. He scored two further goals, including another versus Alvarado and one against Unión Aconquija, in fifteen games as Ferro Carril Oeste were knockout out the play-offs by the aforementioned Unión Aconquija. Susvielles again departed Olimpo in July 2016, signing on loan for Alvarado in Torneo Federal A. He went on to score six goals across 2016–17, before being signed permanently for 2017–18 by Alvarado.
Susvielles joined Almagro on 30 June 2018. He scored on debut in a Copa Argentina win over Cipolletti, which preceded him netting Primera B Nacional goals against Deportivo Morón, Quilmes, Platense, Santamarina, Mitre (2) and Gimnasia y Esgrima. July 2019 saw Susvielles complete a move to Platense. He netted on his first home appearance versus Estudiantes on 25 August, on the way to a total of eight goals in two seasons with the club; including their promotion winning campaign of 2020. Susvielles wouldn’t feature in the Primera División as he headed abroad to join Ecuadorian Serie A side Delfín.