Maruti Suzuki will soon launch S-Cross facelift in India which is scheduled for 28th September 2017. Bookings have begun for the same at 280+ NEXA dealership range across India for a token amount of Rs. 11,000. Instead, you can book one by logging onto Nexa’s website. The new S-Cross will be available in four variants and five colours.
Maruti Suzuki has teased new S-Cross at NEXA’s social media platforms which showcase new front fascia. Ticking all the right boxes but overpricing led it down; hence the carmaker slashed its prices by up to 2 lakh. Since its launch, the company has sold more than 53,000 units in the domestic market while it has exported 4600 units of S-Cross.
Apart from cosmetic changes, 2017 S-Cross gets mechanical alterations as well. Maruti has discontinued the 1.6l DDis diesel engine as buyers were not keen to spend extra bucks. The new S-cross will only be available with 1.3l diesel engine clubbed with SHVS (Smart Hybrid vehicle system) technology. Expect newer version to start at around Rs. 8.5 lakh (ex-showroom).
The premium Crossover will features revised front end with aggressive styling in the form of the new wider grille with vertical chrome bars, LED projector headlamps with LED DRL, revised front bumper, wider fog lamp cluster and reshaped hood. Sides remain same save for the wider R16 alloy wheels while rear equipped with slightly revised LED tail lamps with sharper graphics.
The cabin revisions include Piano black central console, satin chrome, the soft-touch dashboard, leather armrest, new touchscreen Smartplay infotainment system with Apple car play and Android Auto along with other standard features.
As for the safety, S-Cross is likely to come with dual front airbags, ABS (Anti-lock brake force distribution), EBD (Electronic brake force distribution), ISOFIX child seats come as standard.
|Comparison of Maruti Suzuki S-Cross variants|