The all-new compact crossover Suzuki teased us with in February is apparently the next-generation SX4 Crossover, the Japanese carmaker revealed at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
According to Suzuki, the all-new SX4 was built in response to its customers' demands, making it slightly bigger than its predecessor. With the increase in size, the vehicle now boasts class-leading passenger space and luggage capacity at 430L.
The SX4 is also equipped with Suzuki's new AllGrip four-wheel drive system that "has four driver-selectable driving modes for better performance and safety under diverse conditions."
If there's one thing the all-new SX4 Crossover can certainly lay claim to, it's that it has the world's first double-sliding glass panoramic sunroof.
Powering the vehicle is either a 1.6-liter gasoline or diesel engine paired with either a five-speed manual transmission or a CVT. Unfortunately, Suzuki failed to provide the power output.
Do you think this is how Suzuki should have made the SX4 Crossover all along?
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