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New Maruti S-Cross Facelift TVC reveals the crossover in detail – Video

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2017 Maruti Suzuki S-Cross facelift rolls into dealerships in Hungary.

Set to go on sale in European markets from September 30, 2016, Suzuki S-Cross facelift has now been detailed in its first promotional video. It will be offered in a range of 11 variants while prices will range from €18,990 to €28,090 (INR 14.05 lakhs to 20.78 lakhs).

Maruti Suzuki S-Cross facelift was noted with a host of exterior upgrades while interiors see no major changes. In India the car will be launched by the second of half of next year.

2017 Maruti S-Cross Facelift

2017 Maruti S-Cross Facelift

The front end receives a new front bumper, a well designed chrome grille with vertical slats, projector headlamps with chrome accents, daytime running lights and fog lamp enclosures. No significant changes are seen at the sides and rear while the facelift does sit on new diamond cut alloy wheels. The rear end receives new tail lamps and modified bumper as its only updates.

Interiors of new Maruti S-Cross facelift sees a new infotainment system with touchscreen. Seating is modified with better upholstery while the dashboard gets better quality inlays. Interiors are in an all black color scheme accentuated with added chrome giving the facelift a more premium appeal.

2017 Maruti S-Cross Facelift

Engine specifications on board S-Cross facelift includes a 1.4 liter Boosterjet turbo petrol engine offering 140 PS power at 5,500 rpm and 220 Nm torque at 1,700 to 4,000 rpm. This is the same engine seen on Suzuki Vitara S.

The S-Cross facelift will also receive a 1.6 liter four cylinder diesel engine while both engines will get mated to 6 speed manual or automatic transmissions. Along with 2WD, it will also be offered with Suzuki AllGrip AWD system. Suzuki S-Cross facelift, when launched in India could get the 1.6 liter diesel and 1.3 liter diesel, same as on offer with existing S-Cross.

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  • brvnbld

    Well designed ?, I would say, well messed up. Its not even an SUV, its a cheap looking crossover, that tries to be an SUV, but in vain.