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Suzuki SX4 (incl. S-Cross)
You can find 168 different trims/engines for the Suzuki SX4 (incl. S-Cross) and their corresponding recommended towing capacity.
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The SX4 is a subcompact crossover manufactured by the Japanese car company Suzuki since 2006.
It was available in either hatchback or sedan styles with a combination of either a front or 4-wheel drive powertrain underneath it.
It was a result of the partnership between Suzuki and Fiat that began in April 2003 and has continued strong to this day.
The first generation was unveiled at the 76th Geneva Motor Show and was fundamentally based on the Swift platform.
The standard engine that was available with it was a 1.5-liter gasoline powerplant that produced 101 hp, it is the same engine that can be found in the Grand Vitara.
The SX4 entered the Northern American market in 2007 as an all-wheel drive (at entry level) with a different standard configuration for the European market.
Original models featured power door locks, power windows, mirrors, CD player and an MP3 player with keyless entry. The SX4 achieved the high accolade of being the second best-selling vehicle in Hungary in 2010. A facelift shortly after this saw an updated grille, instrument cluster, climate control and new door trim.
The next generation of SX4s was shown at the Paris Motor Show in 2013, where Suzuki explained the new models represented a ‘futuristic study of a subcompact crossover.’
This particular concept car was in fact intended to be a new line and called the S-Cross, but Suzuki made the decision to integrate the S-Cross’ features with an updated version of SX4.
These vehicles were not sold in America or Canada, but did well in Brazil and Mexico. 2016 saw a model update with a new front end, taillights, alloy wheels and 10mm wider tires.
A third generation debuted in 2021 and was still manufactured at the Magyar Suzuki plant in Hungary which supplied the European and Asian markets.