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Production Version of Suzuki S-Cross Debuts in Geneva

Suzuki C Segment Crossove 545x355 at Production Version of Suzuki S Cross Debuts in Geneva

The final production version of the Suzuki S-Cross crossover will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The car was first shown as a concept at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, and replaces the old SX4 in the Japanese car maker’s range.

The production car may get a different name than S-Cross, though, as Suzuki refers to it as an all-new C-segment crossover. It appears to be loyal to the concept car design-wise, although a bit toned down and less showy.

Highlights of the car include a roomy interior for its size, one of the largest luggage areas in the crossover segment, and an advanced 4WD system which Suzuki promises ensures excellent handling and driving enjoyment.

Sounds like a versatile car, and a very good contender for the busy compact crossover market.

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