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Suzuki SX4 S-Cross range update

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Suzuki SX4 S-Cross range update

Suzuki has refined the SX4 S-Cross range after 12 months on sale; removing the SZ4 model, and adding 1.6 SZ-T CVT and 1.6 SZ-T ALLGRIP models to the range. All S-Cross models come with a high level of equipment as standard including seven airbags, ESP and Tyre Pressure Monitoring as well as Daytime Running Lights (DRL), alloy wheels, cruise control with speed limiter, air conditioning, heated door mirrors, black protective skid plates and black wheel arch extensions.

SZ-T adds satellite navigation with DAB digital radio, polished 17-inch alloy wheels, Dual Zone automatic air conditioning, front fog lamps, Bluetooth connectivity, rear privacy glass, silver roof rails and silver skid plates, rear parking camera and rear parking proximity sensors.

The SZ-T model was designed specifically with Fleet buyers in mind; although it has also been proving very popular with retail customers.

Suzuki's internal research shows that 70% of customers who purchased SX4 S-Cross chose SZ-T or SZ5 versions. Expanding the SZ-T range to include petrol powered CVT and ALLGRIP models will offer future customers a wider choice of higher specification versions.

In addition to the above, some pricing changes have been made across the range. Changes include a £500 increase on petrol models (except SZ-T, which has a £250 increase). Some DDiS models also receive a reduction of £250 (SZ-T and SZ-T ALLGRIP), resulting in the customer's cost of choosing a DDiS S-Cross over a petrol S-Cross being reduced to £1,500.



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