The Maruti S-Cross Petrol was introduced in a total of four trims including the Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. They are further divided into a total of seven variants. The company started its booking last month, it can be booked in advance of Rs 11,000 by visiting the company’s Nexa website or Nexa dealerships across the country.
The Maruti S-Cross is being made available with a petrol engine option for the first time before the diesel engine has been discontinued. Talking about its biggest change engine, it has been fitted with a 1.5 litre petrol engine, which provides 103 Bhp of power and 138 Newton meter of torque.
It has the option of 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic gearbox. Along with this, the company has also given the option of smart hybrid technology in petrol, with this variant also has the option of manual and automatic.
No major changes have been made other than the engine. The Maruti S-Cross features SmartPlay Studio infotainment system, front two airbags, climate control, height adjustment for driver seat, leather upholstery and colour MID for the first time.
Along with this, features such as auto-folding ORVM, LED headlamp, alloy wheel, engine push-button start, cruise control, automatic climate control have been given. Maruti S-Cross has been made available in five colour options, Blue, Brown, Gray, White and Silver.
Maruti has so far sold 1.25 lakh units of the S-Cross. Due to its not being available in BS6 avatar for a few months now, its sale was closed, recently it was spotted in the dealer yard, its delivery can be started soon.
The Maruti S-Cross has been updated from time to time since its introduction in 2015. In the Indian market, it is going to compete with models like Hyundai Creta, Kiya Celtos, Nissan Kicks and Renault Duster.