Suzuki revises its SX4 S-Cross model
Suzuki has made some changes to its SX4 S-Cross soft-road SUV. The changes have altered the price list which sees the cost of petrol models increase by £500 but some diesel variants fall by £250. But the biggest change is the deletion of one trim level and the expansion of another by adding two new variants.
The deletion is the SZ4 edition but in its place comes two new options, a 1.6 SZ-T CVT auto and a 1.6 SZ-T ALLGRIP all-wheel drive variant. Unlike the SZ4 spec, ALLGRIP versions of the new trim level will be available in either petrol or diesel giving SX4 S-Cross buyers more choice with the more expensive powertrain options.
Standard equipment across the range includes seven airbags, ESP, Tyre Pressure Monitoring, day-time running lights (DRL), alloy wheels, cruise control with speed limiter, air conditioning, heated door mirrors, and black wheel arch extensions.
On top of all this, the new editions to the Japanese company’s crossover range gain satellite navigation with a DAB digital radio, polished 17-inch alloy wheels, upgraded dual-zone automatic air conditioning, front fog lamps, Bluetooth connectivity, rear privacy glass, silver roof rails with matching skid plates, a rear parking camera and rear parking proximity sensors.
The SZ-T is only £250 more expensive than the old SZ4, although the diesel models are £250 cheaper.
The SX4 S-Cross is a well-received model that has won many plaudits since it was launched.
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