As any coffee aficionado will tell you, the best way to appreciate fine coffee is to strip it down to its essence and concentrate the flavor in a short, intense espresso. This is the driving force behind the S-Presso, a new urban SUV that packs all of Suzuki‘s best features into a small, economical package.
With a choice of five model variations and two gearbox options, the S-Presso enters Suzuki‘s range of urban SUVs this March, demonstrating that even the entry-level category can be spoilt for choice when choosing a Suzuki.
Although the S-Presso is modest, it has a strong presence on the road. The Maruti-designed crossover has a rough appearance that sets it apart from the Jimny, which was designed in Japan. It has a lot of swaggers thanks to its towering shoulders and boxy shapes, and black-lined fenders underline the S-rather Presso’s high 180 mm riding height.
The S-Presso has a gorgeous carved grille in the front that pays homage to the previous Jimny. Suzuki Japan has stolen the grille for the facelift of the Ignis. Of all, it’s fair play, as the back shoulder and beltline kinks appear to be influenced by the earlier Ignis.
The Suzuki S-Presso comes in six models and six color variations. The S-Presso is built on top of the Heartec platform, which is reinforced with an impact-absorbing framework. At the time of its debut, the firm claimed that the S-Presso had the best-in-class turning radius of 4.5 meters.
The Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is 3,565mm long, 1,520mm wide, 1,564/1,549mm tall, and has a 2,380mm wheelbase. With its high, upright stance, decent ground clearance, and dramatic design, the business touts its SUV-like traits. The squared headlamps and narrow grille with chrome inserts appear to be inspired by the Vitara Brezza’s design. For an SUV-like attitude, the vehicle also has a powerful dual-tone bumper. Rectangular tail lamps and a dual-tone bumper with integrated reflectors can be found on the back part.
Black has been used throughout the cabin, with orange accents on the dashboard and side AC vents. Seats in the front and back include red pattern stitching and non-adjustable headrests. A centrally positioned instrument cluster, touchscreen system with Maruti Smart Play studio, dual front airbags, USB and 12-volt switch, and steering-mounted controls are all segment standard features.
The Maruti Suzuki S-Presso is powered by a 1.0-liter three-cylinder petrol engine with 67bhp and 90Nm of torque. This engine is available with either a five-speed manual or a five-speed AGS transmission. The firm claims that the Standard and LXi variants offer a 21.4kmpl fuel economy, while the VXi and VXi+ models in both manual and AGS versions return a 21.7kmpl fuel efficiency.
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