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Image gallery: Maruti Suzuki S-Cross

02 Jul 2015 / 0

A crossover is as much about its butch looks as it is about the performance – it’s more than a hatchback but not quite a full-blown SUV. Our review of the S-Cross allowed us to take a good look at all that makes it more ‘premium’ than the other offerings from the leading Indian carmaker.

Apart from the mock scuff plates and the all round cladding, the design is more hatchback than SUV

Apart from the mock scuff plates and the all round cladding, the design is more hatchback than SUV

 

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The side isn’t the most appealing view of the car but it still is a smart design

 

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The low nose and the long front overhang add to the leaping stance. The shoulder line is angular too and flows like a wave and straightens after the mirror

 

The twin slat chrome grille debuts in the Indian S-Cross

The twin slat chrome grille debuts in the Indian S-Cross

 

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16-inch alloy wheels (in top variants) feature multiple spokes and end up almost covering the entire section, looking more hub cap like in the process. The Euro-spec gets 17-inchers

 

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The large headlamps feature projector lighting and LED daylight running lamps too

 

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The fog lamps get a chrome surround

 

Roof rails are in line with the crossover styling norm

Roof rails are in line with the crossover styling norm

 

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The angular tail lamps (no LEDs here) are attractive and are a split type unit like in the EcoSport, a thick number plate garnish and an almost fully black rear bumper give it the soft roader look

 

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The 1.6-litre diesel engine makes its debut in India with the S-Cross

 

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A 3-D badge under the left-hand side tail lamp adds to the bling on the rear

 

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The all-black interior is fresh and stylish while the design approach is very European

 

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There is a sense of familiarity thanks to the steering and a few shared parts

 

There are a few extra controls too like the cruise control switch

There are a few extra controls too like the cruise control switch

 

Controls to make and receive calls via bluetooth are located at the lower leftcorner of the steering wheel

Controls to make and receive calls via bluetooth are located at the lower left corner of the steering wheel

 

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twin cup holders are located just behind the gearstick. Centre armrest doubles up as storage bin

Twin cup holders are located just behind the gearstick. Centre armrest doubles up as storage bin

 

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The centre console is shaped like a hexagon and houses the touchscreen audio-visual navigation unit borrowed from the Ciaz

 

Blue backlit insrumentation is a first in a Maruti

Blue backlit instrumentation is a first in a Maruti

 

The row of switches to the right of the engine start stop button look outdated

The row of switches to the right of the engine start-stop button look outdated

 

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Decent leg room at the rear. Note twin cup holders in centre arm rest. Leather finished seats are available in the top spec

 

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The rear seats split or completely fold for added convenience – maximum cargo space is a decent 810 litres

 

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353 litre boot with the seats in the upright position

 

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Push button start-stop function is only available in the top end variant

 

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1.6-litre diesel produces 120PS and 320Nm

 

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The 1.6-litre variant comes with a 6-speed manual transmission

 

More from OVERDRIVE on the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross:

Maruti Suzuki S-Cross first drive review

Spec comparo: Maruti Suzuki S-Cross vs Ford EcoSport vs Renault Duster vs Hyundai Creta

Suzuki S-Cross: Comparing the UK-spec and India-spec models

Unveiled: Maruti Suzuki S-Cross crossover in India

 

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