The Suzuki S-cross has won accolades for its appealing design, controllable size, excellent on-road performance, and off-road prowess. because of its available all-grip choose 4×4 system. A completely new model that draws on Suzuki’s extensive experience in creating flexible vehicles that are above their class has already replaced it for 2023. Additionally, it includes even more sophisticated safety features and cutting-edge technology to meet the diverse needs of both the driver and the passenger.

Suzuki S-cross

Suzuki S-Cross Exterior

The new S-cross exterior makes a dramatic statement with a powerful and more muscular appearance that boosts its presence. Thanks to the wider and more angular wheel arches and smooth-flowing lines. The S-cross represents Suzuki’s SUV aesthetic history. In order to convey a high centre of gravity the front design includes a raised bonnet line a piano black front grille and a new design of three LED position headlamps. This idea is continued at the rear end with roof rails and an integrated rear spoiler. Bigger combination lamps that connect horizontally with the rear centre garnish emphasizes a sense of breadth.

Suzuki S-Cross Interior

Inside, Suzuki has moved the touchscreen to sit on top of the dashboard for a modern look. Tape over the Suzuki badge on the steering wheel and you’d probably think you were in a Nissan Qashqai because the look of the interior is very similar. Besides the floating touch screen, you get cool metal Esque dials and an assortment of buttons. there are some soft-touch materials like on the armrests and the dashboard panel however, there are cheaper plastics on display too.

Suzuki S-cross interior

Engine, Power and Transmission

Under the hood, the Suzuki s-cross feature a 1.4-litre mild hybrid petrol engine which Suzuki calls a booster jet. this hybrid powertrain produces 127 brake horsepower and claims zero to 62 miles per hour in around 10 seconds. The mild hybrid assistance helps fuel economy as the s-cross can achieve up to 52 miles per gallon. This is easily more than you’ll get in its rival mild hybrid Nissan Qashqai or Hyundai Tucson.

source Suzuki

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