Advanced safety technology

Last, but in no way least, the Suzuki S-Cross comes with seven airbags and a vast array of safety technology and driver aids that lend an extra pair of eyes when on the road – letting you drive more confidently, while also helping to keep you and your family and friends safe around town and on the motorway.

Dual Sensor Brake Support offers an audio and visual warning if it detects a potential collision and will apply the brakes with increased force to help avoid an accident while Lane Departure Prevention will sound an alarm and steer you back into lane if you start wandering across the central line.

The Traffic Sign Recognition reads speed limit signs and displays them on the dashboard, while intelligent 360 View Camera gives a high-resolution top-down view of the Suzuki S-Cross when you’re manoeuvring at low speeds, and the Rear View Camera can help you back into the tightest of parking spaces.

“The Suzuki S-Cross feels very safe to drive”, says Asim. “It’s got crash detection systems which have flashed a warning light a couple of times this week, which is a nice feature. It’s got things like lane departure too, which helps give you confidence. Everything is well laid-out, all the safety aids are in one place.

“I’ve driven cars before where the safety aids can be too intrusive, but the S-Cross has the right balance. Another good feature of the car is the amount of safety kit that comes as standard, which at this price point is very impressive.”

“I had a lot of confidence driving the Suzuki S-Cross”, says Amber. “The sensors, the cameras, the safety systems – they all work very well.”

And it’s not just the driver aids that help give you confidence. Ultra trim Suzuki S-Cross models also comes with ALLGRIP four-wheel drive with four driver-selectable modes: Auto which prioritises fuel economy, Sport that’s perfect for twisty roads giving you maximum confidence, Snow which is ideal for the slipperiest for surfaces, and Lock which is used for extricating the S-Cross from snow, sand and mud. Hill Hold Control comes as standard too, perfect for when heading off the beaten track.



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