The dealership has upgraded the all-black interiors on the S-Cross to a tastefully done beige with wood inserts improving the premium quotient on the crossover.
The recently launched S-Cross may not have set the sales chart on fire for Maruti Suzuki, but that does not mean it is a bad product. In the DDiS 200 avatar, the premium crossover is quite the package and the recent slew of dealer level discounts have ensured that you get more for your money’s worth on the DDiS 320 as well. Now, someone has utilised the benefit to spruce up the interiors of the S-Cross that was recently snapped at a certain NEXA dealership with a tastefully done cabin.
This one-off Maruti S-Cross replaced the all-black and silver cabin with the new brown and beige colour scheme along with wood inserts. Commissioned by a dealer, the interior features a beige leather wrapped steering wheel, new floor carpets, diamond quilted leather upholstered seats, gearshift knob and handbrake lever. The beige detailing also extends to the door pads and pillars while the wood trim adds a premium touch to the entire package.
Spotted with a manual AC unit and the SmartPlay infotainment system, the modification has been done on the mid-level Zeta trim of the Maruti S-Cross DDiS 320 that gets all the essentials including power windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs, keyless entry, engine start/stop, alloy wheels, reverse parking sensors and a whole lot more. The crossover gets dual front airbags as standard across all trims save for the base Sigma variant which only gets a driver side airbag.
Doing a quick recap on the specifications, power on the Maruti S-Cross comes from two engine options including the 1.3-litre diesel tuned for 90 PS and 200 Nm of torque, paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The other motor is a 1.6-litre diesel unit churning out 120 PS and 320 Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The cost of this interior upgrade is not known yet but definitely allows you to make good use of the discount provided.
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