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Revised Suzuki S-Cross will go on sale in October with styling updates and new engines

The facelifted Suzuki S-Cross crossover has been revealed at the Paris motor show.

As well as styling revisions, the S-Cross has a revised engine line-up, improved specification and extra features. The entry price is now £14,999, up from £14,000 for the current 1.6-litre petrol model. It will go on sale in the UK on 17 October.

The 1.6-litre petrol engine is absent from the new S-Cross and has been replaced by turbocharged 1.0-litre three-cylinder and 1.4-litre four-cylinder Boosterjet units, which promise improved CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. The 1.4-litre Boosterjet was introduced in the Vitara earlier this year, and the 1.0 version is also available in the Baleno.

The 109bhp 1.0-litre engine has 9% more torque than the outgoing 1.6, up to 125lb ft. It also reduces emissions by 11% to 113g/km when used with a manual gearbox and improves fuel consumption by 10%.

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The 1.4-litre unit generates 138bhp and 162lb ft, which is 41% more torque than the outgoing 1.6-litre engine. A 1.6-litre diesel unit is also available.

The S-Cross’s design has been updated by way of a new front end that Suzuki describes as being more distinctive and upright, while new headlights sharpen the look and are said to operate more efficiently. New LED tail-lights keep the back end up to date and the new car rides higher than the current model, with 180mm of ground clearance compared to 165mm.

Inside, the soft-touch dashboard has been redesigned and the SZ4 and SZ-T models have a new design of seat fabric.

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Three grades of S-Cross will be available: SZ4, SZ-T and SZ5. All have seven airbags and ESP as standard, as well as a DAB, air conditioning and cruise control with a speed limiter.

The SZ-T model, which is aimed primarily at fleet users, adds features such as 17in alloys, a rear parking camera with front and rear parking sensors, dual-zone air conditioning and front foglights.

The range-topping SZ5 features radar brake support, heated leather seats and a panoramic sunroof.

Suzuki’s Allgrip four-wheel drive system is available on the top two grades and with all-three engine choices.

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sim 27 September 2016

shrub if your taste has evolved for good

so should the company's tastes! Its never a shame unless you had a terrible ownership experience for the last 20 years
The Apprentice 27 September 2016

Had a few days with the S

Had a few days with the S-Cross once and agree with Shrub's analysis, amazing value but it was flighty at speed, the 1.6 diesel had a strange notch in torque just a the point you pull away making a smooth starts need a lot more rev's than normal..did no one notice during R&D? - Hate the new look, it did need beefing up but this looks very a Daewoo which is not what you want!
xxxx 27 September 2016

Final comment on front end

With the Vitara you can buy different grills, will the same be possible with the s-cross? Lets hope so!