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New Suzuki S-Cross SUV to be priced from £24,999

The new 2022 Suzuki S-Cross SUV

Suzuki has unveiled details of its new S-Cross SUV ahead of its arrival in UK car dealerships in January 2022.

The new model benefits from 48V mild hybrid technology to deliver CO2 emissions from 120g/km and 52.3mpg combined fuel economy (in two-wheel-drive guise) and will be priced from £24,999.

New Motion and Ultra trim levels will be offered to customers, with AllGrip four-wheel-drive standard on the range-topping 1.4 Boosterjet Hybrid Ultra ALLGRIP, which is priced at £29,799 with the standard manual gearbox.

Larger rear light clusters and an integrated spoiler are features of the new 2022 Suzuki S-Cross SUVA six-speed automatic transmission option is available on both trim grades for £1,350.

News of the new model comes in a week in which AM featured an exclusive interview with Suzuki GB head of automobile, Dale Wyatt, about efforts to mitigate against the impact of the semiconductor shortage.

He revealed that dealers and customers would soon benefit from an influx of models after he was able to source infotainment systems for vehicles imported to the UK without factory-fitted units.

Despite the initiative, Wyatt said supplies would remain tight in the first half of next year. He said: “We’ll be running at half power for the first half of next year."

All S-Cross models deliver 131PS and torque of 235Nm from a 1.4-litre turbocharged petrol engine.

Dual Sensor Brake Support automated braking, Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Traffic Sign Recognition and Adaptive Cruise Control included as standard on all versions.

Also standard is infotainment featuring Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone link, keyless entry and start, dual-zone auto air conditioning, heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors.

Inside the cabin of the new 2022 Suzuki S-Cross SUVUltra specification adds 360 view camera, leather upholstery, on-board navigation and large sliding panoramic sunroof, the brand said.

Built at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Hungary, which also produces Vitara models for European market, the new S-Cross features a piano black front grille and new design three LED position headlamps.

Larger rear light clusters, roof rails and an integrated rear spoiler are also among the key styling features.

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