Sometimes it becomes really a hard task to choose one when there are bunch of worthy vehicles available in the same segment. And the task becomes even trickier when a well known brand launches a product in a segment which is not at all its forte. Here we are talking about Maruti’s premium offering S-Cross crossover that made its debut few days ago. In the same segment there are many compelling cars are there like Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and even Hyundai i20 Active. We manage to interact with some users who has taken the test drive of this premium crossover and shared their good and bad experience with us.
What do they like?
Maruti’s best car till date
First thing which is attracting many buyers towards itself is its overall potent package with spacious cabin, luxurious and comfort interiors, solid build quality and decent ride quality being the USPs of S-Cross.
Impressive performer with amazing ride quality
As per a user who has driven DDis 320 Zeta was pretty much impress with its awesome on road performance and mature ride quality. For both long and short city drive he found S-Cross very smooth.
Spacious Cabin and comfort feel
Many users who have test driven or bought the S-Cross found it one of the spacious cars in the segment. “I had a very long trip with my family and my S-Cross just made it awesome with its comfortable seats, roomier cabin and big boot space” says one exciting customer.
A Sheer value for money car
Maruti Suzuki’s new sensation S-cross is full of luxurious features starting from Smartplay touchscreen infotainment system, Projector headlamps with LED DRLs, leather seats; automatic climate control to standard airbags and ABS can give run for money to its competitors and have added to the premium feel of the car.
What users don’t like in Maruti Suzuki S-Cross?
Old wine in a new Bottle
Many users don’t seem satisfied with the overall design of the car as they found it really quirky. “S- Cross is nothing but a beefed up version of a hatchback which possess design similarities of SX4 sedan and it’s not at all soothing to the eyes” says a user.
Price range could have been lesser
Usually Maruti Suzuki is known for launching affordable products but S-Cross doesn’t justify that tag. Users which loved its features, ride quality and safety aspect drifted away from it just because of its price range. It is certainly overpriced by 1-2 lakhs.