Japanese car manufacturer Suzuki specializes in compact cars, SUVs and compact SUVs. The model range is preserved accordingly, which can be seen, for example, in the long-lived Vitara.
The compact SUV Suzuki S-Cross has also been in the program for a long time, whose suffix has lost the SX4 name with the current new version. The compact SUV with an exterior length of 4.3 meters has perfectly positioned itself between the Vitara (4.17 meters) and the Acros. Since its introduction in 2013, Suzuki S-Cross has sold more than 670,000 units worldwide – in a total of 102 countries.
Hybrid engine with four-wheel drive
The Japanese have now offered a full hybrid engine for the S-Cross as well as the 129-hp mild-hybrid variant, which we already know from the Vitara. The electric drivetrain includes a 1.5-liter four-cylinder petrol engine with 102 hp and a maximum torque of 138 Nm, and an electric motor with 24 kW and 60 Nm of torque, which can also drive the car alone at speeds up to 80 km / h. Lithium-ion battery.
System output is 85 kW / 115 hp, and power is always transmitted (front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive) via a six-speed automatic manual transmission. Suzuki limits combined consumption to 5.2 liters for front-wheel drive and 5.8 liters for all-wheel drive. This corresponds to CO2 emissions of 118 to 132 grams per kilometre.
With the All-wheel drive option, the driver can choose from four driving modes depending on the nature of the road surface – Auto, Sport, Snow and Lock.
It can be ordered immediately from 31,990 euros
The new engine version can now be ordered, with the Suzuki S-Cross Strong Hybrid costing €31,990, and the all-wheel drive variant starting at €32,990. The higher variant “flash” with a 360-degree camera and a panoramic glass sunroof costs 36,990 euros.
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