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Maruti Suzuki S-Cross became expensive, the company increased the price by up to Rs 21,000

Maruti Suzuki has recently increased the price of its cars once again. Many cars have now become expensive during this price hike. In November last year, the company launched the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross (Maruti Suzuki S-Cross) was launched. It has been only a short time since it was launched and the company has increased its price.

Expensive up to Rs 21,000

This car has become expensive by Rs 21,000. Along with giving fresh styling to the new S-Cross, the company has been built on the new Global C platform and the company has also given Suzuki’s 1.4-litre Boosterjet petrol engine in this car. The new Suzuki S-Cross measures 4300 mm in length, 1758 mm in width, 1585 mm in height and 2600 mm in wheelbase. In shape, this car is similar to the current model and not much changes have been made in it. Although the new model looks a lot like an SUV.

The new Suzuki S-Cross gets power from a 1.4-litre DITC engine equipped with 48-volt SHVS mild-hybrid technology. The engine produces 129 PS of total power generation at 5,500 rpm and 235Nm of torque between 2,000-3,000 rpm. The electric motor on board can generate 13.59 PS of power and 50 Nm of torque. This crossover from Suzuki comes with the company’s Allgrip Select four-wheel-drive system. It can also be controlled through the dial on the instrument panel.

The all-new Suzuki S-Cross comes with great features like autonomous emergency braking, traffic sign recognition, lane departure prevention, adaptive cruise control with stop and go. It is also equipped with advanced features like 360 ​​view camera and rear cross-traffic alert, parking support function.



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