• Suzuki SX4 S-Cross

The Suzuki SX4 is a car of the Japanese car manufacturer Suzuki. The vehicle is the common successor of the compact model Suzuki Liana and the compact SUV Suzuki Ignis.

These two orientations are also reflected in the SX4, of which there are three versions. Besides the usual forms as five-door hatchback and four-door notchback there is a based on the hatchback crossover.

The crossover variant was introduced in Germany first in the market and marketed most offensive; it is produced together with the identical Fiat Sedici at Magyar Suzuki in Hungary. This SX4 is intended to represent a link between sedan and off-road vehicle. Accordingly, the car with optional all-wheel drive (i-AWD) is available.

The premiere of the Suzuki SX4 was held at the 76th Geneva Motor Show. Sales start in Germany was in June 2006.

The SX4 is powered either by a 1.5-liter petrol engine (fuel type premium unleaded), which provides 73 kW (99hp), a 1.6-liter petrol engine (Fuel type Premium unleaded) with 79 kW (107hp) or a 1.9-liter common-rail diesel engine with 88 kW (120hp). The pollutant emissions are between 162 g /km and 185 g/Km. Both the standard-equipped with a particulate filter Diesel, as well as the petrol engines comply with the Euro 4 emission standard. Prices start at 14,500 € (Mai 2007).

At the 77th Geneva Motor Show the notchback variant of the SX4 was introduced, which was released in October 2007 on the European market. In China, this body shape was already coinciding with the launch of the steep tail available. The common-rail diesel engines come from Fiat, the petrol engine of Suzuki.

The gasoline engine is in the U.S., a 2.0-liter engine with 150hp.

Rear of the SX4 (with implied underride protection)

Suzuki SX4 Street Line

Suzuki SX4 Stufenheck (2007-2009)


A few months after the identical Fiat Sedici and the SX4 has been changed slightly in late summer 2009. As part of the facelift, the front fascia has been redesigned and given a new bumper, the less has a transverse blade, and a slightly modified radiator grille and smaller fog lights. The offered motors to be the 1.6-liter petrol engine is available. From then on he makes 88 kW (120hp), resulting in a power increase of 13hp means.

The previous 1.9-liter diesel engine was replaced by a 2.0-liter diesel with 99 kW (135hp). In addition, all models now meet the Euro-5 emissions standard. The revised model was presented at the IAA 2009 and is available in Germany. The SX4 has all equipment lines as standard the complete package consisting of airbags driver and passenger airbag, side airbags, curtain airbags and side impact protection. The version with all-wheel drive (I-AWD) has plastic add-on parts, underbody protection, roof rails and increased ground clearance.

Suzuki SX4 (since 2009)

Suzuki SX4 limited (2011)

Rear view

A racing version of the Suzuki SX4 with 910hp 2011 held the course record at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

In October 2013, the successor model called Suzuki SX4 S-Cross was introduced commercially. The older model will continue to be offered as SX4 Classic.

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