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This premium SUV of Maruti Suzuki has left the market, pack up in 7 years, Grand Vitara became the reason

New Delhi.
The SUV S-Cross sold at Maruti Suzuki’s premium dealership Nexa has been discontinued. Yes, Maruti Suzuki’s edgy SUV S-Cross, which has attracted customers in the premium midsize SUV segment in India for 7 years with its looks and features, has gone. Due to the better looks and features of the recently launched Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara SUV as well as the bumper demand, perhaps Maruti Suzuki has decided to stop the production of the S-Cross. The Grand Vitara is believed to have replaced the S-Cross and the company has not yet revealed any information about the next generation model of the S-Cross.

1.69 lakh units sold in 7 years
Let us tell you that Maruti Suzuki S-Cross was launched in the year 2015 and in these 7 years the company sold a total of 1.69 lakh units of this premium midsize SUV. That is, in these 7 years, about 2000 S-Cross was sold every month, which is not a good number at all for a car of a company like Maruti Suzuki. In such a situation, in order to strengthen its position in the midsize SUV segment, the company recently launched Grand Vitara, a kind of replacement of S-Cross, which was offered with powerful look and latest features as well as hybrid engine and its mileage is also remaining. Better than SUV.

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8.95 lakhs was the starting price
Before discontinuing the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross, it was being sold in a price range (ex-showroom) of Rs 8.95 lakh to Rs 12.92 lakh. In the year 2015 it was introduced with 1.6L turbo diesel engine and then in the year 2017 it was introduced with the petrol engine. This 5-seater SUV was available in both manual and automatic transmission options. Equipped with a luxury car-like look and a host of features, the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross is the most premium car sold at Nexa dealerships. At the same time, the recently launched Grand Vitara has been introduced in India in a total of 15 variants of trim levels like Sigma, Delta, Zeta, Zeta+, Alpha and Alpha+, with prices ranging from Rs 10.45 lakh to Rs 19.65 lakh (ex-showroom).

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