The Suzuki SX4 has been busy with making news off late. Regulars here would remember that we recently posted the spy pics of a next gen Suzuki SX4 test mule that has been spotted testing in China. The new SX4 is derived from the Suzuki S-Cross concept that we saw earlier and is a size larger than the current car. Other than having a new styling and roomier interiors, the new car also has a longer equipment list, a new four wheel drive system and revised engines.
While the international market would soon get the all new Suzuki SX4 in near future, the sedan derivative will continue to soldier on in Indian car market. We have been regularly updating our readers with new details of the upcoming Maruti Suzuki SX4 facelift and today, we have the price list of the upcoming car. The facelift gains on the current model in many aspects and is yet only a little pricier than the soon to be replaced car.
The prices of the new car start at INR 7.64 lakhs, which is some INR 16k more than the old car. Here is the price list showing the prices of the upcoming model and that of the current car. (all prices are in Pune)
Visually, the updated car is identical to the model that made its debut in China some time back. On the outside, the car gets a new front grille that will come with dollops of chrome. The car will also get a new front bumper that will have a different air dam. The car will also get new fog lamps housing and two new color options – Serene Blue and Granite Grey. In profile view, the visible change will be the inclusion of turn indicators on the ORVMs
On the inside, the car will get refreshed interiors that will come with new upholstery and will get a new multimedia system that might have a touchscreen interface. The new multimedia system will have GPS, Voice activated commands, AUX-in and Card reader. Other additions to the features list include electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs. The faux wood trim too will get a colour change and will now come in a darker colour and the
Safely expect the 1.6-liter VVT petrol engine and the 1.3-liter DDiS diesel engine to continue being on duty.\