Suzuki SX4 S-Cross

  Suzuki’s crossover hatchback soldiers on with a new face, but all-too familiar underpinnings Smaller manufacturers bring some welcome variety to the automotive landscape.Unable to compete with the big players, they find their niches and fill them, often in creative ways. Think of the quirky Daihatsu Copen, Subaru’s rally homologation boom of the 1990s, Morgan persisting with ash wood frames, or Mazda’s compression ignition petrol engine. Even if they are not objectively the best solution, they’re often something to grab your attention.However, as evidenced by two of those examples being from more than ten years ago, that sort of independence is getting harder and harder to maintain while also complying with emissions and safety regulations, catering for the connectivity demands of modern drivers and simply competing in the modern global car market.Daihatsu may be gone from Europe, but Suzuki is still clinging on. But other than with the Suzuki Jimny (which is practically in a class of .. Full story on 

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