The offer effectively caps government and dealer charges to $1000 for the month of January, with the driveaway prices set $1000 above the regular manufacturer's list prices announced earlier this month.
The offer should to save Suzuki S-Cross customers more than $2000 on their final purchase price (depending on the variant), with the entry-level GL manual priced at $23,990 and the flagship GLX Prestige CVT topping the range at $35,990.
The 4.3-metre Suzuki S-Cross is longer, lower and wider than its predecessor, the SX4, and provides a more spacious interior and a larger 430-litre boot (up 177L). Despite its larger dimensions, the new model is 100kg lighter, benefitting fuel efficiency and driving dynamics.
An 86kW/156Nm 1.6-litre four-cylinder petrol engine is standard across the range, while the line-up includes five-speed manual and automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT) options and the choice of front- and all-wheel drive.
Read: Suzuki S-Cross Review.
Suzuki S-Cross driveaway pricing:
- GL manual – $23,990
- GL CVT – $26,490
- GLX CVT – $30,990
- GLX CVT AWD – $33,990
- GLX Prestige CVT AWD – $35,990