Suzuki has recently chopped the price of the S-Cross in Australia, where the most affordable version of the model is now available to its future customers from 1,000 AUD less than before.
Suzuki Australia has recently dropped the price of its S-Cross once again as the cheapest version of the model, the GL manual, is now coming from 22,990 AUD, driveaway, which basically means 1,000 AUD less than before. This is the second price cut of the Suzuki S-Cross in less than four months for the new model which has been launched in the Pacific country last December.
If the S-Cross GL CVT is what you’re looking for, than get ready to pay 1,000 AUD less than before too, because the model in question has been priced from 25,490 AUD. The cost of the CLX CVT has also dropped by 1,000 AUD, to 29,990 AUD driveaway. The previous S-Cross CVT AWD, which used to cost 33,990 AUD, has been dropped for the range, while the GLX Prestige CVT AWD is now 1,000 AUD more expensive, to 36,990 AUD. Specifications for all Suzuki S-Cross versions in Australia have remained unchanged despite the price modification.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Monday, March 31st, 2014 - filed under News
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