The substantially facelifted S-Cross small SUV comes standard with adaptive cruise control and wireless Apple CarPlay
Suzuki Australia’s flagship model is now back in dealerships with the arrival of the facelifted 2023 S-Cross on local shores.
Though it uses the same 1.4-litre petrol engine as the pre-facelift S-Cross, this new model gets a bold new aesthetic and new tech on the safety and connectivity fronts.
Pricing for the Suzuki S-Cross now starts at $40,990 for the Allgrip model, and jumps to $44,490 for the Allgrip Prestige model.
The new Suzuki S-Cross features a new front and rear end
As standard, the Suzuki S-Cross now comes with Android Auto and wireless Apple CarPlay, which is accessed through a new 7.0-inch infotainment screen. This screen jumps to 9.0-inches in size for the Prestige model.
Opting for the Prestige model also adds a panoramic sunroof, leather-accented seats, and a 360 degree camera on top of what is offered in the entry-level S-Cross.
Adaptive cruise control, blind spot monitoring and lane departure warning also come as standard across the S-Cross range now.
Wireless Apple CarPlay now comes standard on the S-Cross
Power and torque have remained unchanged at 103kW and 200Nm from the 1.4-litre turbocharged engine which is paired with a six-speed automatic transmission.
Power is sent to all four wheels via a switchable all-wheel drive system in both S-Cross variants.
Suzuki S-Cross 2023: prices in Australia
All prices listed are before on-road costs.
- Allgrip: $40,990
- Allgrip Prestige: $44,490
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