While the S-Cross now comes equipped with 15-spoke 16-inch alloys finished in deep grey, it may as well be the final touches lent to this model. This is mainly because the S-Cross has already been facelifted in some international markets, and the revised model may hit our showrooms in the first half of 2017.
Maruti, on the other hand, has also equipped the Baleno with ISOFIX child seat anchors and this feature joins the long list of safety functions on this hatch which makes it BNVSAP complaint (Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program). On the same lines, with the frequency of the Baleno Boosterjet being spotted at an all-time-high, expect this iteration to also roll into showrooms in the first quarter of 2017.
Nexa dealers are currently working towards the introduction of their next new car, the Maruti Ignis. This vehicle will debut the 13th of January, so stay tuned to CarWale for the details.