Is there anything interesting about its design?
Suzuki has the small, under $40K SUV segment covered like no other manufacturer. There's the tiny odd/cool Ignis newcomer, the hardcore little Jimny Sierra off-roader, the Vitara and the larger Grand Vitara.
It's great that it no longer looks like one of those weird fish that lives down in the deepest, darkest parts of the ocean.
Where does the S-Cross fit in? Well the S-Cross's dimensions show it to be 4300mm long, 1785mm wide, 1585mm tall with a ground clearance of 180mm. The Vitara is 125mm shorter in length, 10mm narrower but 25mm taller with a smidge more ground clearance. The Grand Vitara is 200mm longer than the S-Cross, 15mm wider and a 110mm taller.
So in terms of size the S-Cross fits nicely in the Vitara and Grand Vitara sandwich.
The new looks are an improvement. The turned-down nose of the previous car was replaced by a stronger looking more angular face with smaller headlights and a fairly grandiose grille.
It's great that it no longer looks like one of those weird fish that lives down in the deepest, darkest parts of the ocean, but it's still not as pretty as a Vitara or a heap of other small SUVs.
You can pick the top-spec Turbo Prestige from the Turbo by... well, there isn't much difference. Only the Turbo Prestige's polished alloy wheels and LED headlights give it away.
The Turbo Prestige's cabin is simple but stylish, and you can spot the top spec by the leather seats.