The S-Cross never really took off in our market but it is doing quite well in the international market as the new model rolls out.
The New (Maruti) Suzuki S-Cross has been launched in the international market and the walkaround review is here. The YouTube channel is Mexican and this is the latest S-Cross that has been introduced in the market. In India, it belongs to the mid-size SUV crossover segment which has been completed dominated by products like Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos. But it is interesting to see what kind of features the new S-Cross comes with.
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New (Maruti) Suzuki S-Cross Review
On the outside, the front fascia is inspired by XL6 with a chrome bar at the centre flanked by LED headlamps and LED DRLs, the radiator grille is quite massive, the turn indicators are mounted on the bumper just above the fog lamps, there is a silver sturdy skid plate and a massive Suzuki logo at the centre. On the sides, the wheel arches are quite prominent and are surrounded by black cladding and stylish 17-inch machined alloy wheels.
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There is a large panoramic sunroof and roof rails at the top, while the rear end is quite modern and attractive too. The tailgate is adorned by split-LED taillamps connected by a thick chrome slab making the boot door look chunkier, there is a rugged skid plate to make it look more SUVish along with a sporty bumper. All in all, the shape is quite different from the one we get in our market.
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On the inside, the cabin is pretty familiar with a part-digital instrument cluster, steering-mounted audio control, dual-zone automatic climate control, plenty of storage spaces, a large touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Connected Car Tech, fabric upholstery, 360-degree Camera, hard-touch plastics on the dashboard, manual IRVMs, sunglass holder, and much more. It will be interesting to see whether Maruti continues the product in the market after the arrival of the new Brezza compact SUV and the upcoming Grand Vitara mid-size SUV.
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