The Japanese carmaker, Suzuki has started the production of S-Cross facelift, which is likely to be debuted at the upcoming 2016 motor show in Paris. The prototype design model of the S-Cross facelift has been leaked at the time of dealer presentation held a few months ago in France. The latest images of the S-Cross facelift indicated that the crossover features the same stylish design shown in the leaked computer-generated representation.
The updated crossover is expected to be featured new projector headlamps, restructured bumper, the larger radiator grille and vertical slats on the all-new upright grille. Additionally, the S-Cross interior features the number of changes, including updated instrument cluster, new seat upholstery with the different colored stitching, latest interior layouts with the different color combinations. Along with these, the upcoming Suzuki S-Cross crossover will get technology-based additional equipment to increase its demand in the worldwide automotive market.
The existed global-standard S-Cross is offered with the 1.6-litre petrol and diesel engine options, but the updated model is expected to get the 1.4-litre BoosterJet engine seen in the global-specific Vitara. In the Indian market, the updated model will be continued with the 1.3-litre and 1.6-litre diesel motors available in the existed S-Cross crossover. There is no confirmation at all from the carmaker but, the fresh reports suggested that the petrol versions of the S-Cross will be offered in India.
Launched in the last festival season, the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross has given the tough competition to the Hyundai Creta in the starting months. Later, the sales of crossover were down in the market as of the introduction of the same kind of segment models like Mahindra TUV 300 and Renault Duster.
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The S-Cross crossover is the first model from the biggest carmaker sold through the premium outlets under the company’s NEXA network. The upcoming Ignis, will be launched in the coming festival season, is to be sold through the same NEXA outlets as a third premium model.
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