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Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Priced From £14,999 In The UK

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A few months ahead of its market launch in the UK in October, Suzuki announced the prices and specs of its new ‘C’ segment Crossover, the SX4 S-Cross. The Japanese car maker is particularly proud of this model because it manages to be compact yet practical, and efficient yet functional and versatile.

Available with two- or four-wheel-drive system, and with two engines including 1.6-litre petrol and 1.6-litre DDiS, the SX4-S-Cross sets itself apart from the rest of the compact crossovers available in the market by offering some segment-busting features. For instance, it comes with the world’s first double sliding panoramic glass sun roof, and it offers 430 liters of luggage capacity.

Available transmission include a 5-speed manual and a CVT. Depending on the setup you go for – manual with 2WD or CVT with 4WD or vice versa – you can gt between 47 to 51 mpg from the petrol engine. The diesel model only comes with a 6-speed manual, and does 67.2 mpg with 2WD and 64.2 mpg with 4WD.

Suzuki’s ALLGRIP four-wheel-drive system has four driver-selectable modes – auto, sport, snow, and lock. It works in tandem with the car electronic brain and the ESP system to make the 4WD as functional and as efficient as possible.

Pricing for the SX4 S-Cross is as follows:

1.6 SZ3 Manual 127 g/km £14,999.00
1.6 SZ4 Manual 127 g/km £16,249.00
1.6 SZ-T Manual 127 g/km £17,749.00
1.6 SZ5 Manual 127 g/km £19,749.00
1.6 SZ5 CVT 125 g/km £21,099.00
1.6 SZ5 ALLGRIP Manual 135 g/km £21,549.00
1.6 SZ5 ALLGRIP CVT 130 g/km £22,449.00
1.6 DDiS SZ3 Manual 110 g/km £16,999.00
1.6 DDiS SZ4 Manual 110 g/km £18,249.00
1.6 DDiS SZ-T Manual 110 g/km £19,749.00
1.6 DDiS SZ5 Manual 110 g/km £21,749.00
1.6 DDiS SZ-T ALLGRIP Manual 114 g/km £21,549.00
1.6 DDiS SZ5 ALLGRIP Manual 114 g/km £23,549.00

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