Used Suzuki S-Cross Cars in Scotland

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Suzuki S-Cross 1.4 Boosterjet (129ps) Motion Mild +25
Suzuki S-Cross £23,995
1.4 Boosterjet (129ps) Motion Mild Hybrid Station Wagon 5d 1373cc
Finance from £547 per month

2022

Manual

53.3 mpg

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 107

Petrol

Suzuki S-Cross 1.6 DDiS (120ps) SZ5 ALLGRIP Statio +16
Suzuki S-Cross £7,495
1.6 DDiS (120ps) SZ5 ALLGRIP Station Wagon 5d 1598cc
Finance from £166 per month

2014

Manual

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 92,447

Diesel

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Why buy a used Suzuki S-Cross with Exchange and Mart?

Suzuki must find it frustrating to see other brands doing so well in the thriving Crossover market. The Japanese maker has, after all, been offering products of this sort for some time, most notably the first generation SX4 model, originally launched way back in 2006, easily pre-dating the original Nissan Qashqai that most people think pioneered this class of car. That very first SX4 was a little too small, a little too shy and retiring and a little too poorly promoted to set the sales charts alight the way its Nissan competitor did, but Suzuki watched, learnt and came back fighting. As a result, in 2014 we got the SX4 S-Cross, a much more competitive proposition and a model that's gradually evolved. In 2020 it gained mild hybrid assistance for its 1.4-litre Boosterjet petrol engine and in late 2021, the looks were facelifted too, creating the car we're going to look at here, a compact SUV but a particularly spacious and really quite efficient one.

About the Suzuki S-Cross

The S-Cross has long needed a bit of extra pavement presence - and gets it here. Otherwise, this model's attributes remain as before, namely its spacious cabin, potential for light off road exploits and the theoretical frugality of its mild hybrid Boosterjet engine. The prominent 'Hybrid' badging here might lead you to expect more efficiency benefits than are actually delivered, its effect on everyday running costs, though welcome, somewhat marginal. But every little helps and the 48-volt tech is certainly useful in the way it better assists with pulling power and allows for fully electrified progress below 10mph. Whether this and the visual update are together enough to make customers interested in the S-Cross who weren't before is more debateable. But it all gives this car extra selling points - and that's never a bad thing.

Representative finance example

If your borrow amount is £7,000 with a deposit of £1,000, a selected term of 48 months, at a representative APR of 15.9% (fixed) and an annual fixed interest rate of 15.9%, you would pay £166.52 per month. Total charge for credit would be £1,992.93 and total amount repayable is £7,992.96.