SUV, Manual, 1,248 cc, Diesel, 23.7 kmpl
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Maruti Suzuki had a tough time trying to break into the premium segment. They introduced the Vitara and the Kizashi, both of which are great products, but they were unable to sell in India. This is because the mindset of the Indian consumer does not visualize Maruti as a luxury car maker. However, the car maker has now launched the all new S-Cross to try and break that barrier. The S-Cross is labelled as a SUV however it is actually a crossover and it will compete against the Renault Duster and Ford Ecosport.
The car has gotten some good dimensions but it doesn’t seem like an SUV. It simply doesn’t have the aggression and stance to be qualified as one, and so it’s a good thing Maruti is referring it as a crossover. But, while the S-Cross isn’t a bad looking car, it resembles a raised and elongated hatchback rather than a pure crossover. For many customers in this segment this might be a turnoff as it doesn’t have the kind of road presence people have come to expect from SUVs, but it still gets a nice long body with some aerodynamic and sporty attributes and it has got great on-road presence.
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