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Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Gets New Features; Prices Hiked By Upto Rs 54,000

Features such as speed alert system, seatbelt reminder for co-passenger and rear parking sensors are now available as standard along with basic safety features

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Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Gets New Features; Prices Hiked By Upto Rs 54,000
Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Gets New Features; Prices Hiked By Upto Rs 54,000
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2018-09-13T16:39:21+0530

A few weeks ago we reported that Maruti was planning to introduce some new features for the S-Cross. And now, the carmaker has finally rolled out the same. With this update, the S-Cross is now equipped with features such as speed alert system, seatbelt reminder for co-passenger and rear parking sensors as standard. Along with these dual front airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat anchors are already available as standard.

Maruti S- Cross

Maruti has also updated the feature list of some variants of the S-Cross. While the base-spec Sigma gets parking sensors only, the Delta variant is the one that has received a thorough update. It is now equipped with 16-inch alloys, smart key with push-button start/stop, auto AC, electrically foldable ORVMs with turn indicators, cruise control and rear screen washer and wiper with defogger. The features list of the top-spec Zeta and Alpha variants remains unchanged.

With the latest feature update, Maruti has also increased the prices of the S-Cross. The price hike ranges from Rs 12,000 to Rs 54,000, depending on the variant. Here is a variant wise comparison of the new and old prices of the S-Cross.

Prices of the Sigma variant have gone up by Rs 23,000. Given the additional features like speed alert system, seatbelt reminder for co-passenger and rear parking sensors that are on offer now, the increment in price is slightly on the higher side.

Maruti S- Cross

The Delta variant gets enough goodies added to its kitty to justify the nearly half-a-lakh rupee premium. It now becomes as value for money a proposition as the Zeta was previously. In fact, the S-Cross Delta is now priced almost as much as the S-Cross Zeta was before. So buyers who were planning to purchase the S-Cross Zeta previously can go for the Delta now.

Maruti S- Cross

The Zeta and Alpha variants get a price bump of Rs 46,000 and Rs 12,000 respectively, for just the speed alert system and seatbelt reminder for co-passenger. The increase in price for the Zeta variant is clearly not justified. It’s slightly on the higher side for the Alpha too.


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