2016 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Specs - Suzuki Cars Review
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2016 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Specs, Giving the “not so ordinary” look a boost in imaging is the LED lights that have been incorporated in both the car’s front and rear sides. The fog light located on its back and conveniently placed into the bumper also lends a unique design module. 2016 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross will come riding on large 17 inch wheels alongside the moderate amount of usage of scuff plates. Making this vehicle a true off-roader is its body construction, which has been made out of high strength steel and aluminium. Chrome outlining does not essentially increase the car’s elegance, but on the contrary it looks slightly out of place. Most of the S-Cross versions have enough space in its interior to accommodate fully grown adults inside. The seats can be folded flat to further increase cabin size to facilitate additional carrying of cargo. There have been a lot of adjustments made to allow most people to sit comfortably without worrying about head/legroom. Even though seating arrangement is quite okay, the car’s inflexible suspension makes things worse while traversing through rough types of roads. 2016 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross has simple button control technological features that are properly labelled and extremely easy to use. Connecting to Bluetooth can require a little bit of effort for which you might need to refer to the user’s manual. Overall, this car has just enough features to satisfy family expectations, which doesn’t go overboard.2016 Suzuki SX4 S-Cross offers two different engine types, i.e. in both diesel and petrol variants. The diesel 1.2 litre unit feels strong and easy to handle even while carrying excessive amounts of load. The petrol 1.2 litre unit, however, is a high-cost model that offers automatic transmission system. So, choose wisely and based on your requirements. Standard offering will be on front-wheels but for premium end models, all-wheel drive configuration will be compulsory. Fuel economy rates have been measured at 67 mpg, which is almost same at this car’s rival Skoda Yeti. Four-wheel drive version has been recorded to deliver almost 65 mpg on an average.
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