Maruti S-Cross Petrol Bookings Open Officially; 4 Variants To Be On Offer

Maruti S-Cross Petrol Bookings Open Officially; 4 Variants To Be On Offer

Maruti Suzuki has commenced bookings for the S-Cross petrol in India. The minimum booking amount is set at Rs 11,000 and there is an option to book the car online as well.

Maruti S-Cross Petrol

The S-Cross petrol is powered by a 1.5-litre normal petrol engine paired with mild hybrid tech. It’s the same powertrain that’s on offer on the Ciaz, Ertiga and XL6. There are two transmission options on offer -- a 5-speed manual transmission and a 4-speed automatic (torque converter). In our previous exclusive report, we revealed that the S-Cross will return a claimed fuel efficiency of 18.55kmpl with the manual transmission and 18.43kmpl with the automatic.

Also Read - Exclusive - Maruti Suzuki S-Cross Petrol Variant-wise Features, Fuel Economy, Specifications Revealed Ahead Of July Launch

S-CROSS vs OTHER MARUTI CARS

ENGINE SPECS

 

S-Cross

XL6

Ertiga

Ciaz

Displacement

1.5L, mild hybrid

1.5L, mild hybrid

1.5L, mild hybrid

1.5L, mild hybrid

Cylinder

4

4

4

4

Cubic Capacity

1462cc

1462cc

1462 cc

1462 cc

Maximum Power

105PS @ 6000rpm

105PS @ 6000rpm

105PS@6000 rpm

105PS@6000 rpm

Peak Torque

138Nm @ 4400rpm

138Nm @ 4400rpm

138Nm@4400rpm

138Nm@4400rpm

Manual Transmission

5-Speed

5-Speed

5-Speed

5-Speed

Manual Claimed FE

18.55kmpl

19.01kmpl

19.01kmpl

20.65 kmpl

Automatic Transmission

4-Speed AT

4-Speed AT

4-Speed AT

4-Speed AT

Automatic Claimed FE

18.43kmpl

17.99kmpl

17.99kmpl

20.04kmpl


Variants & Features of Maruti S-Cross Petrol 

The S-Cross petrol-manual will be available in four variants -- Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. Automatic transmission will, however, be available in the top three variants only -- Delta, Zeta and Alpha. All automatic transmission variants will be available with electronic stability control and hill start assist. These features were not on offer on the S-Cross before.

The features on offer with the Sigma variant will be:

S-CROSS PETROL SIGMA | KEY FEATURES

Safety

Functional

Style

Std. Safety Features

Tilt Steering

Keyless Entry

Body-coloured Door Handles & ORVMs

Central Locking

60:40 Split Rear Seat

Power Windows

Steel Wheels w/out Wheel Covers

Halogen Projector Headlamps

Electrically Adjustable ORVMs

Auto Engine Start/Stop

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Front & Rear Disc Brakes

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The features on offer on the Delta variant over Sigma variant will be:

S-CROSS PETROL DELTA | KEY FEATURES OVER SIGMA

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Style

Defogger

Audio System

Cruise Control

R16 Alloy Wheels

Rear Wiper & Washer

CD, Bluetooth, USB & Aux-in

Electrically Foldable ORVMs

Roof Rails (black)

ESC & HHA (AT only)

Steering-mounted Audio Controls

Auto AC

Turn Indicators on ORVMs

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4 Speakers

Engine Push-button Start/Stop

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Telescopic Steering


The features on offer on the Zeta variant over Delta variant will be:

S-CROSS PETROL ZETA | KEY FEATURES OVER DELTA

Safety

Entertainment

Functional

Fog Lamps

Touchscreen Infotainment System (Smartplay Studio)

Height-adjustable Driver Seat

Rear Parking Camera

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto

Reclining Rear Seat

 -  -

Rear Armrest


The features on offer on the Alpha variant over Zeta variant will be:

S-CROSS PETROL ALPHA | KEY FEATURES OVER ZETA

Safety

Functional

Style

LED Projector Headlamps

Auto Headlamps w/ Auto Levelling

LED DRLs

Leather Upholstery

Auto-dimming IRVM

Rain Sensing Wipers

LED Tail Lamps

Leather Wrapped Steering

 -  -

Silver Roof Rails

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The S-Cross will be available with five exterior colour options -- white, blue, brown, grey and silver.

If you’re planning to book the S-Cross, we’d suggest you to book the Zeta variant as it gets some useful good-to-have features along with most of the must-have features. We expect this variant to be priced attractively as well.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Jagdev Kalsi

Jagdev heads content for V3Cars. Apart from driving cars, he likes to keep an eye on the industry trends. He thinks he knows why Maruti Suzuki sells the most number of cars in India.

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