Suzuki Across Hybrid C1W4

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Powered by a 173bhp 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine and two electric motors, the Suzuki Across has a combined output of 302bhp: enough for a 0-62mph time of just 6.0sec and a top speed of 112mph. That acceleration really is punchy; comfortably quick. Using a CVT automatic gearbox, have a single, variable gear rather than changing through several ratios. If you put the car in EV mode, you can choose from one of four different driving modes and sets the car to use electric power only. There is an ‘automatic’ drive mode in which the car decides when electric or petrol power are most appropriate. Finally, Battery Charger mode uses the petrol engine exclusively and helps to top up the battery. We recommend charging your car back to full over-night. Suzuki Across offers major comforts, adjustable heated steering wheel, electric adjustable seating and lumbar. The Suzuki Across matches any SUV with plenty of head and leg room. In addition, the Across is fitted with reversing camera and parking sensors back and front. Three adults can fit in back comfortably, the middle seat’s raised cushion gives good head room and plenty feet space. The Suzuki Across comes with a hands-free boot opener that you work by waving your foot under the bumper. There are sturdy tie-down points, and a 12-volt charging socket back here. The infotainment cluster is a 9.0-inch touchscreen colour display for various functions that can be chosen using the steering wheel buttons. It’s all very simple and easy to understand. There are physical shortcut buttons for other important menus such as sat-nav, radio, and car settings. Suzuki also includes a couple of rotary knobs to make it easy to adjust the volume and flick through radio stations. Below the infotainment screen are the heater controls, as you adjust the dual zone air conditioning’s temperature zones. The stubby gear selector for the automatic gearbox adds to the handsome appeal of the Suzuki’s interior, and there’s a rotary dial next to it that you use to choose between the driving modes or economy, sport or normal.



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