Suzuki SX4 Crossover revealed
The all-new Suzuki SX4 Crossover has been unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.
The new SX4 Crossover is bigger all-round than the car it replaces, at 4,300mm long and 1,765mm wide. These dimensions put it between the larger Nissan Qashqai and the smaller Renault Captur, but the Suzuki will still offer plenty of interior space. There's more legroom for rear passengers, although the big news is the increase in boot size – while the previous SX4 had a 270-litre boot capacity, the new car provides a massive 430 litres.
Buyers will get a choice of a 1.6-litre petrol engine with a manual or CVT automatic gearbox, or a manual-only 1.6-litre diesel. And the SX4 comes in front-wheel drive or four-wheel drive, with 4x4 models featuring the Suzuki ALLGRIP system for challenging terrain – to help the car deliver on its rugged looks. Diesel versions fitted with the stop-start system also promise low emissions for the crossover class: 4WD cars emit 115g/km of CO2 and 2WD cars emit 110g/km.
Inside, the new SX4 doesn’t only get more room; Suzuki claims it’s also more comfortable. Plus, the car is fitted with a panoramic sunroof with dual-sliding glass panels, to make it feel even more spacious.
Prices will be revealed closer to the car’s launch in the UK, and to find out more about the rest of the range, visit the CarBuyer Suzuki reviews page.
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