Launched in 2015, the facelift of Maruti S-cross now comes with a speed alert system and seatbelt reminder for driver, co-passenger and also the rear parking sensors as standard.
The S-Cross facelift offers 1.3-litre diesel with Suzuki's mild-hybrid SHVS tech which can deliver a claimed mileage of 25.1kmpl. The ground clearance spans 137mm thanks to the bigger set of wheels.
The Maruti crossover now gets all-LED headlamps, cruise control, leather upholstery, 60:40 split rear seats and a 7-inch infotainment system equipped Android Auto connectivity but still misses out the rear AC vents.
Four similar trims to its predecessor on offer are Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha.
I bought a Maruti S Cross a year ago. Everything about this car is good but i wish that the paint quality is better. A mild scratch can leave a deep permanent mark on the finish. This car runs well at high speed. Performance on the highway is good. I have tested this car at 180 kmph, no problem detected. In city roads, it can feel a bit sluggish sometimes at low-range band.
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