Suzuki crosses over to a new SX4
Suzuki Motor Corporation stole the show at Geneva last month when it unveiled its all-new SX4 crossover.
It represents the next chapter for the SX4 – the revolutionary vehicle that Suzuki first revealed in 2006.
The latest version displayed at Geneva was a production model based on the S-Cross, which Suzuki showcased at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
It comes with a host of features sure to appeal to Australian customers including more interior space and one of the largest luggage carrying capacities in its class.
It also boasts a world first for Suzuki, with a double sliding glass panoramic sunroof.
The interior of the new SX4 Crossover has been optimally designed and structured for longer journeys. The soft padding adds comfort while the silver decorations contribute to a sporty look against the black interior.
The new SX4 will be available with either petrol or diesel engines, while the inclusion of Engine Auto Start Stop (EASS) has engineers confident of class leading fuel economy.
Drivers who drive automatic need not worry- a CVT transmission option is also available with the added bonus of a seven-speed manual that will allow customers to shift up and down using paddles without letting go of the steering wheel.
Safety has also been taken care of with engineers confident of five-star NCAP rating with seven airbags and ESC that allows all occupants peace of mind motoring.
The new SX4 will be sold in parallel with the existing model, providing Australian customers with even more choice when shopping for a crossover vehicle.