Maruti Suzuki is going to launch its new version of S-Cross in the Indian Market tomorrow. They have also started the booking for this new S-Cross version as well.
The facelifted S-Cross will be available in 1.3-litre diesel engine this time. The 1.6-litre diesel unit is expected to be removed from the powertrain options.
If we talk about its looks, there are some very palpable changes that make it stand out of the crowd. There is face uplift at the bonnet of the car. This bold new design and the grille features thick chrome surrounds and vertical slats make it look classy.
Headlamps with eye-brow DRLs and LED projectors also have a completely new design. The chiseled bonnet and the bumper give the S-Cross a hunky look.
From the sides, there is no change in the car and it looks the same as the previous model.
At present, only Nexa showrooms across India are accepting bookings for the upcoming Maruti S-Cross at the initial deposit amount of Rs 11,000. The new S-Cross will continue to rival against the Hyundai Creta and other newly launched cars like Tata Nexon.
These are following things you should know about this car and if you have any other question that we missed, don’t forget to let us know in the comments below. We’ll try to respond as soon as possible.
- ‘Nexa Blue’ color has replaced the old urban blue color of the S-Cross. This is a bit darker than the earlier one.
- There are four grades mainly in which the car is available that includes Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha classes. To book the car, you need to contact Nexa dealership nearby.
- The main feature of the S-Cross is that it now features engine auto stop-start, torque assist and brake energy regeneration. It makes the drive more smooth and stable.
- The car engine produces 88bhp and 200Nm of peak torque. It comes with a five-speed manual transmission that gives power to the front wheels.
So, this is all about this new version of Maruti Suzuki S-Cross, if you have some doubt, don’t forget to comment down below.