he S-Cross by Maruti was launched in September 2017 and its new version is expected to release in 2020. With prices starting at Rs. 8.8 Lakhs, S-Cross is the dashing mid-range SUV to look forward to. The vehicle comes with a 1.5L smart hybrid engine backed by a 4-speed automatic torque convertor or 5-speed manual transmission. The S-Cross comes in 4 variants namely- the Alpha, Delta, Sigma and Zeta.
The Maruti S-Cross comes with a long list of features including leather upholstery, all-LED headlamps, 7-inch infotainment system, cruise control and more. The 5-seater SUV offers a mileage of 25 KMPL. S-Cross competes with the Hyundai Creta, Renault Duster and Renault Captur.
Before you consider investing in the Maruti S-Cross, you must make note of the features that the vehicle comes with.
Here is the list of features of the Maruti S-Cross.
Interior : The interiors of the car comprise all power windows, electric power steering, analogue + digital instrument consoles, driver and front passenger sun visor, and rake adjustable steering column.
Engine : The S-Cross features a 1248 cc diesel engine with in-line cylinder configuration. The engine offers a maximum torque of 200Nm@1750rpm and a maximum power of 88.5Bhp@4000rpm. It also features an injection fuel system.
Suspension, Wheels and Tyres : S-Cross comes with ventilated disc front brakes, and drum rear brakes. The vehicle has a wheel size of 205/55 R16. You will also find a torsion beam with coil spring rear suspension and McPherson Strut with coil spring front suspension.
Safety : The Maruti S-Cross comes with multiple safety features such as front passenger and driver airbags, engine immobilizer, door ajar warnings, child safety locks, anti-lock braking system, child-seat mount, central locking, electronic brake-force distribution, and rear sensor parking assistance.
Comfort : Manual air conditioning with cooling and heating system, internal boot-lid opener, internal fuel-lid opener, all rows adjustable head, remote keyless entry, cup holders and door pockets, seatback pockets, remote keyless entry, and 12v power outlet are some of the features of the S-Cross.
There are various companies in the market that offer car insurance for Maruti S-Cross. The premium to be paid is dependent on the variant of the car, the IDV, among others.
The table below reflects the IDV and the approximate amount of premium to be paid for the top 3 variants of the S-Cross.
|Car Variant||Price of the Car||IDV*||Zero Depreciation (Add on)*||Premium (Basic)*|
|S-Cross Alpha DDiS 200 SH||Rs.11,43,000||Rs.10,21,250||Rs.4,596||Rs.17,681|
|S-Cross Zeta DDiS 200 SH||Rs.10,43,000||Rs.7,60,903||Rs.4,185||Rs.16,818|
|S-Cross Delta DDiS 200 SH||Rs.9,92,000||Rs.7,15,357||Rs.3,934||Rs.16,382|
*The values are calculated on the basis of the city (Mumbai) and the year of registration (2020).
To keep your valued S-Cross covered from potential perils, comprehensive car insurance policy is a must-have. However, you can ensure that your insurance coverage pays off even for what is not covered by comprehensive insurance by purchasing add-ons.
The most common add-ons in car insurance are as follows:
Comparing insurance plans for S-Cross before investing in a particular plan is always recommended. However, on second thoughts, you can always renew your old insurance plan with the one that perfectly suits your requirements as well as your budget.
Renew your plan through PolicyX.com and get the best out of your S-Cross car insurance. Listed below are the steps-
You can save up to 50% on the amount of premium by utilizing your No-Claim Bonus at your policy renewal. You can accumulate NCB for every claim-free utility.
Standard car insurance does not cover damage to the tyres. You can invest in tyre protection add-on to get financial coverage for damage to the tyres.
Yes, if you have accumulated No-Claim Bonus on your previous car, you may transfer it to your S-Cross to get a discount on your premium amount.
Last updated on 24-04-2020