Goa: Maruti Suzuki has been making cars, bringing in new innovations in the automobile industry from over a decade. And the Indian customers cannot hold their excitement every time a new vehicle is launched. Due to the brand’s popularity for the low maintenance, any car enthusiasts will tell you that they would love to buy a Suzuki car. Hence, its very hassle free when it comes to servicing.
Maruti Suzuki has recently launched the 2017 version of S-Cross; decked with an all metal grille. It conveys a sense of belligerence that demands a second look. The vertical bar strategy is audacious and dominating. With strong design lines, a muscular attitude and a chrome-plated grille, it’s not just a car, it’s a statement. It is powered by the 1.3-litre diesel engine coupled with a five-speed manual. There is no petrol engine or automatic transmission option as of now. The All-New S-Cross is motorized by the DDiS 200 Smart Hybrid Diesel Engine which can reduce emissions, as low as 105.5gm/km . Combined with an Integrated Starter Generator (ISG), it not only increases fuel efficiency by enhancing the engine’s power but also enables better acceleration and gives a versatile performance therefore it delivers an ARIA-certified fuel economy of 25.1kmpl. The car also features functions like Idle stop start, Brake energy regeneration, Torque assist and Gear shift indicator.
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The Car maker has made some bold changes to the exterior in comparison to the car’s predecessor. Now it looks even more catchier with restyled headlamps and the metal grille. The projector headlamps are LEDs in the top variant while the lower variants endure with halogen projectors. The tail lamps are also differently styled now. There are four variants of Maruti Suzuki Facelift S-Cross viz; Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. Most of the variants exhibit alloy wheels, electric folding mirrors, cruise control, touchscreen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, steering-mounted controls, keyless entry, automatic Air conditioning, auto wipers and a reversing camera. The car is available in five colour options viz; Nexa Blue, Pearl Arctic White, Caffeine Brown, Premium Silver and Granite Grey.
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Considering the new tax regime or GST, the government has increased levy on hybrid vehicles. So the prices are as follows (Ex-Showroom, Delhi): Sigma – Rs.8.49 lakh , Delta – Rs.9.39lakh, Zeta –Rs.9.98lakh and Alpha –Rs.11.29lakh.