Suzuki SX4 Evolution and Evolution+ special editions launched in Italy

Posted on: Feb 21, 2013 - 10:28am IST

The Suzuki SX4 is very nearly at the end of its actual lifecycle but the Japanese small car expert has decided to give the crossover a minor spruce up in Italy by launching two special editions namely the Evolution and Evolution+.

suzuki sx4 evolution frontsuzuki sx4 evolution rear

Unlike in India, the SX4 is not a textbook style sedan in Italy. It is a mild crossover which is more capable than an ordinary hatchback off the road. The Evolution and Evolution+ special editions are based on the GL and GLX trims respectively.

The Evolution edition brings in more equipment to the package such as leather wrapped steering wheel, dual tone fabrics, a multimedia infotainment system with 5″ touchscreen, satellite navigation, MP3 music system with USB and Bluetooth connectivity.

As far as the exterior is concerned, the Suzuki SX4 Evolution gets a new Bison Brown color option, ORVM mounted turn indicators, new alloy wheels and silver roof rails.

The Evolution+ carries all the features included in the Evolution package along with added goodies like rear power windows, automatic climate control and cruise control (only available in 2.0-litre DDIS).

The two special editions are available with a 1.6-litre VVT petrol engine which is offered with a 4×4 system and a 2.0 litre DDIS diesel engine. The SX4 Evolution starts at €18,590 (around Rs. 13.35 lakhs) for the petrol model and at €19,590 (around Rs. 14.07 lakhs) for the 2WD diesel version.


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3 thoughts on “Suzuki SX4 Evolution and Evolution+ special editions launched in Italy

  1. Shiv says:

    Why is Maruti holding back SX 4 Crossover
    (now Evolution!) from bringing it to India. It will be as popular as Ertiga.

  2. vishal says:

    This looks like a potent Duster Ecosport fighter if priced at 7 lakhs in India. At 13 lakhs it would become a bottom feeder.

  3. Guru says:

    I’ve seen this car in huge numbers in Caribbean countries and heard its a successful too. funny they have not launched in India for no reasons… is tat just to create a black market for swift???


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!