Japanese automaker Suzuki showcased its 2017 Suzuki S-Cross at the Sao Paulo Auto Show in Brazil. The new model has undergone some significant styling changes. At the show, the company revealed that there are three variants: 4You, 4Style and 4Style AllGrip.
From the front, the car looks different from the existing version. The car now gets a chrome-finished grille with vertical slats, projector headlamps, restyled front bumpers with large radiator grille, fog lamp with chrome frame and LED taillamps.
Inside, the S-Cross features an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with some control buttons on either sides. Apart from this system, the new model's interior resembles the same as the outgoing model.
Suzuki has also given some features to top variant like front and rear parking sensors, reverse camera, cruise control, six airbags, stability control (ESP) and traction control system (TCS).
The 2017 Brazil-Spec S-Cross will be offered in two engine variants: a 1.6-litre four-cylinder engine with a power output of 126bhp, and the new 1.4-litre Boosterjet turbo petrol engine producing 146bhp.
Both the engines are mated to a 6-speed automatic gearbox. Suzuki's ALLGRIP AWD system is only available in the 4Style grade.
We can expect 2017 Maruti S-Cross to hit the Indian shores in late 2017. The entry level variant of the Brazil-spec S-Cross comes with a price tag of BRL 95,990 (INR 19.1 lakh).