Facelifted Suzuki SX4 S-Cross Revealed Prior To Paris Show
Suzuki revealed the facelifted SX4 S-Cross at an event in Hungary some weeks ago, prior to the model’s public debut at the Paris Motor Show.
The compact crossover has received a rather heavy styling revision, featuring a complete nose job with new bonnet, headlights, grille and bumper.
The new more prominent and chromed grille resembles the relevant item found in the current Vitara while the new headlights with the integrated DRLs have definitely given the SX4 S-Cross more character, without though being really sure if that’s a good thing.
The revisions at the rear are way more subtle, with an updated bumper and redesigned taillights being the only differences we can spot. Suzuki didn’t release any official specs yet but reports suggest that the new SX4 S-Cross will gain the fresh 1.4-litre turbo Boosterjet engine that debuted in the Vitara.
The engine makes 138hp (140PS) and 162lb ft (220Nm) of torque in the Vitara’s case and will be available both with FWD and AWD versions of the SX4 S-Cross. There is also a strong chance we’ll see the company’s 1.0-litre turbo under the compact crossover’s bonnet. The 1.6-litre diesel unit will remain unchanged.
Stay tuned for the official details.