The facelifted version of the Suzuki S-Cross model has made its global debut and the company has picked Hungary as its destination for the first big reveal.
Apart from the bold new look, features and connectivity systems, the auto manufacturer has expanded the lineup with new set of powertrains to pick from. The front fascia is the most attractive aspect of the S-Cross which is bold, bigger and has a chrome finish that adds up to its elite look. In the earlier model, the designers used a horizontal grille which has now been altered to a vertical design. It is a feature that impressed buyers at launch.
The team has upgraded the new Suzuki S-Cross Facelift with LED DRLs headlamps and has added graphics on the exterior. The car now boasts of a redesigned bumper which is bigger and better than it used to be. The fog lamp enclosures sport chrome accents while the overall design of the S-Cross has been maintained so as to keep long term patrons of the brand happy. It is an obvious choice as Suzuki is keen on inviting new buyers onboard but at the same time to retain their existing customers.
The interiors of the S-Cross facelift remainlargely the same. The dashboard now sports a new infotainment system equipped with multi-info display. It has additional trimline options which adds newer features to the infotainment. Buyers also have the option to choose different seat fabric based on their personal preference.
Powertrain options available include 1.6-liter petrol and diesel engine variants. The base model is equipped with five speed manual transmission system. However, buyers can choose to upgrade theirs to a CVT automatic transmission. If the default front wheel drive doesn’t deliver you enough power, you can always upgrade the car to an all-wheel drive to experience the extra torque it renders.
Suzuki has a tradition of picking different locations to unveil new S-Cross models. Last time, the company did it in Malaysia and it now took place in Hungary. A whole lot of changes have been made to the car ever since. Majority of the changes were driven by the demands put forth by the customers. It proved that the brand gives importance to what their buyers want and doesn’t impose any features or increased price tag out of the blue. The S-Cross facelift is scheduled for a global launch in the following months.