With an Expectation to increase their Sale in SUV sector Maruti Suzuki releases the facelift of S-Cross.
The nation’s biggest Car producer Maruti Suzuki unveiled the new facelift of its S-Cross model, with the expectation of increasing the sale of S-Cross by 10% to 20%. The new model will completely replace the S-Cross launched in August 2015 as the main premium offering from the organization’s retail channel NEXA. With a makeover, the new Maruti Suzuki S-Cross now looks a great deal superior to the older variant. The front grille now has been given a liberal dash of chrome and 10 vertical slats give the S-Cross a muscular look.
The new S-Cross accompanies a 1.3 litre diesel engine with Smart Hybrid technology. This is only their third model with this innovation, after Ciaz and Ertiga. There will be no petrol variant of the new S-Cross. The new car comes with features such as idle-stop-start, brake energy regeneration system, torque assist,LED-equipped rear combination lamps, wider tyres, touchscreen infotainment system with Android auto and Apple CarPlay. The basics of a height-adjustable seat, tilt-telescopic adjust for the steering, front and rear armrests are in place. The feel-good section of the feature list includes automatic climate control, rain-sensing wipers, and automatic headlamps with auto levelling.
The all new Maruti Suzuki S-Cross facelift will accompany dual airbags and ABS as standard, and the new model is agreeable with the upcoming security standards also, the organization said. The ride quality is phenomenal, it’s roomy for a group of five, and the built quality is effortlessly among the best we’ve seen from Maruti. If before this S-Cross wasn’t on your radar, it now merits a spot on your purchasing list. It’s far-fetched that the upgrade will change Maruti’s fortunes in the SUV sector overnight, yet it is certainly quite engaging.