A good *Crossover*
Look and Style: The car is attractive, considering you're looking for a crossover and not an SUV. The side profile is a little dated but still grabs eyeballs. Overall, this car has a good road presence. The alloy design is unimpressive and I got new alloys from outside.
Comfort: There is acres of space inside the S Cross. The ample legroom and headroom is enough for an average Indian.
Pickup: The 1.3 litre motor is responsive and offers decent pickup.
Mileage: Excellent Mileage, returned an impressive 19 kmpl on tank to tank calculation.
Best Features: The touchscreen infotainment screen is quite responsive. Impressive sound system, if you're not a party animal. The bluetooth functions really well. The cruise control isn't much of a use but there's no harm in using it occassionally.
Needs to improve: The price! Being a college student I was looking for a decent looking crossover. The car ticks all the boxes but the price definitely hurts your pocket. Also, the car's build quality is average for the price.
Overall Experience: Experience so far has been really good. I've driven the car for around 7000 kms and I've been fully impressed with the responsiveness of the car, it amazes me everyday. Go for it if you're a car lover looking for a decent crossover, and are ready to spend a few extra bucks. The Indian audience gets confused b/w a crossover and an SUV. This one's a crossover and genuinely worth a thought.
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