We had the opportunity to meet a new model developed by Suzuki yesterday at the 83 edition of the Geneva Motor Show. To be more precise, the model in question is actually the production version of the S-Cross, the Suzuki SX4. Suzuki created the new SX4 crossover by combining its compact car know-how with technologies made for sport utility vehicles. As a result of focusing on giving the new SX4 Crossover distinctive crossover styling, class leading space for passengers and luggage, next generation 4WD performance and one of the lowest CO2 emissions in the segment. The new model is capable of offering great driving enjoyment and versatile family usage for even more people in an even wider range of situations. The new car will be built in Hungary and the car will be on sale from this autumn onwards. The launch of the Suzuki SX4 Crossover marks the start of an expansion programme in which Magyar Suzuki will extend its exports to more countries, increase its production volume and establish itself as an important manufacturing base for the global strategy Suzuki has.
Some of the most important elements offered with the new model are: distinctive crossover styling, more space for people and luggage, next generation 4WD with ALLGRIP technology and also some of the lowest CO2 emissions in its category. The engines are now more refined and for the bodywork the engineers have used high tensile steel. The model has a double sliding glass panoramic sunroof which has one of the largest opening areas in this category. The engines available are a 1.6-liter petrol engine and a 1.6-liter diesel one paired to either a manual transmission or to a CVT unit. The new model has a spacious, airy cabin and a generously sized luggage area that ensures convenience and comfort for the whole family.
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