Those interested in the new Suzuki S-Cross will be able to place orders in the coming days. The new member arrives with so many improvements that it could almost be considered a completely new car although it still retains the platform and the already known engine.
Precisely that engine I was talking about can also be found in the Swift Sport and Vitara. Its about 1.4 Boosterjet with 129 hp in combination with light hybridization at 48v. Users can choose between simple or all-wheel drive, and between manual or automatic transmission always with six speeds.
In the absence of official confirmation, the new S-Cross will be marketed with the S2 and S3 finishes (which could evolve to GLE and GLX without altering the endowment). In safety all carry LED headlights, adaptive cruise control, signal reader, alert and lane assist, Smartbeam, fatigue detector, blind spot monitor and pre-collision warning.
Also standard on the basic are dual automatic climate control, chrome roof rails, heated seats, heated mirrors, trip computer, reclining rear seats, 7-inch touchscreen multimedia system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, DAB radio, bluetooth, USB, parking sensors, etc.
The ending S3 adds to all the above the Sliding sunroof (double panoramic), leather trim, 9-inch touchscreen sound system, 360º vision system, integrated navigator, specially designed alloy wheels, driving mode selector (automatic), etc.
The recommended prices are as follows:
|MOTOR||S2 (GLE)||S3 (GLX)|
|1.4 BOOSTERJET SHVS 129 CV 2WD 6MT||26,145||29,545|
|1.4 BOOSTERJET SHVS 129 CV 2WD 6AT||–||31,005|
|1.4 BOOSTERJET SHVS 129 CV 4WD 6MT||28,022||31,295|
|1.4 BOOSTERJET SHVS 129 CV 4WD 6AT||–||32,800|