Geneva Live – Suzuki S-Cross crossover is the next gen SX4!

Posted on: Mar 5, 2013 - 6:34pm IST

After teasing the S-Cross crossover in a video, Suzuki today have unveiled the crossover at the Geneva Motor Show and yes they named it the SX4. Indian Autos Blog was at the Suzuki press conference and here is what you need to know.

Suzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live frontSuzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live rear

The year 2013 will see Suzuki’s overall sales cross 50 million units, which is quite a landmark for the small car specialist. The next generation Suzuki SX4 will be built in the firm’s Hungarian factory.

Suzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live sideSuzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live rear purple

The SX4 is a C Segment crossover (graduated a segment compared to the older car) and is based on the concept car S-Cross which was introduced at the Paris Motor Show in September 2012. Suzuki says that the SX4 will be a very versatile, sporting ‘one of the largest luggage areas in the crossover segment’.

Suzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live interiorSuzuki SX4 Geneva motor show live badge

Suzuki says there are more such crossovers in the pipeline and the idea is to think ‘bigger’.

Features of the next generation Suzuki SX4

  • M16a 1.6 litre petrol and 1.6 litre diesel motor
  • Lowest CO2 emission at 110 g/km
  • Boot space of 430 litres
  • World’s first double sunroof
  • New All Grip new mode 4WD system

The next generation Suzuki SX4 will be in the showrooms world wide starting from Autumn 2013 (late 2013). As far as India is concerned, the current car is heading for a facelift implying that the new car is still sometime away. Moreover, India has to wait till the sedan version of the car is ready.

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13 thoughts on “Geneva Live – Suzuki S-Cross crossover is the next gen SX4!

  1. Mohammed says:

    The front fascia looks like a bulked up Ritz 🙂 lots of Sante Fe elements too…
    The rear is a typical MPV fascia…overall not impressive.

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    1. sid says:

      if you stare at the rear for some time, it reminds you of the baleno
      altura

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  2. sid says:

    is a sedan necessary? the boot space is already 430 L, enough to take on its rivals;the wheelbase is same as dat of sunny and the off roading ability is enough to capture the imanigation of indians.And the 1.6 DDIS ia icing on the cake.
    My question is – will it be subject to 27% tax or 30% ? what are the post budget taxes on the Ertiga, and all other Crossover UVs for that matter? and what about the quanto, which is sub 4 metre, but a proper ladder on frame UV?

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  3. sandy says:

    As a product, S-Cross is quite a well thought package, like Audi Q3. So far India bound, let them take some more time at this stage. As our market is not yet prepared to take on this kind of product in its defined price and so does our taxation.

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  4. shreyas says:

    d rear is not so appealing but d front looks striking :)over all good job MS 🙂

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    1. Swapnil R says:

      I don’t think Maruti’s got anything to do with the design – its all Suzuki as far as I can see!

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      1. sid says:

        ya daTS RITE

  5. sid says:

    gr8!!

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  6. Yuvi says:

    LOL…Tail lamp reminds me Ford Ecosport..!

    Front is current Ertiga…!

    Come on Suzuki …Thats all do you have in your stores?

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    1. sid says:

      why do people keep seein other cars in suzukis?

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  7. Muito bonito, tem cara de Fiat, quem sabe não deriva um Fiat SUV.

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  8. Could be great if it came to India replacing the current SX4!!

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