2018 Suzuki S Cross Preview And News
2018 Suzuki S Cross. Suzuki S Cross launched in 2013 in the world, and was a successor of the SX4, which was sold as a crossover everywhere except in India.
Now, Suzuki unveiled the all-new S Cross, which, thanks to a facelift aggressive, and looks much more daring than ever before and will inherit some of the characteristics of an SUV. There have been several reports surrounding S Cross on its way to the Indian coast even though there is no official date yet.
However, due to the excitement surrounding the aggressive appearance, small SUV in India, 2018 Suzuki S Cross seems like a good option for Maruti Suzuki. Therefore, if and when it hit our shores, here’s what you need to know about this.
Updated design 2018 Suzuki S Cross through by the new front end, which describes Suzuki as the most memorable and upright, while honing new headlights look and said to run more efficiently. New LED tail lights keep coming back in the end-to-date new car rides higher than the current model, with the 180 mm and clearing of land for 165 mm.
Inside, The pad has been soft leadership Touch and SZ4 models SZ-T design of our new design grades seat fabric. Three of the 2018 Suzuki S Cross are available: SZ4, SZ-T and SZ5.All seven airbags and ESP as standard, as well as DAB, air conditioning and cruise control with speed limiter.
The SZ-T model, which aims primarily to fleet users, adds features such as alloy 17in and rear camera car to corner with the front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone air conditioning and front foglights. The support SZ5 features occupies the first place among the brakes radar range, heated leather seats and Allgrip SUV sunroof. Suzuki panoramic system is available in two senior ranks and with all three engine options.
1.6-liter gasoline engine is absent from the new 2018 Suzuki S Cross and was replaced by 1.0-liter three-cylinder and 1.4-liter four-cylinder diesel units Boosterjet, who promised to improve CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. And it gave the 1.4-liter Vitara Boosterjet in earlier this year, and version 1.0 is also available in Baleno.
The 109 bhp 1.0-liter engine has a 9% more torque than the outgoing 1.6, up to 125 lb ft. It also reduces emissions by 11 per cent to 113 g / km when used with a manual gearbox and improves fuel consumption by 10%. The 1.4-liter unit generates 138 bhp and 162 lb-ft, which is 41% more torque than the previous 1.6-liter engine capacity. The 1.6-liter diesel unit is also available.
As well as design revisions, and 2018 Suzuki S Cross has a revised engine line-up, improved specifications and extra features. The entry price is £ 4,999 from now until the current £ 14,000 for the 1.6-liter petrol model. It will go on sale in the UK on 17 October.