S-Cross by Maruti Suzuki 1.5 petrol in the works

S-Cross by Maruti got a new lease of life with its facelift in the year 2017, and as we detailed before, the S-Cross is probably going to get Suzuki's new 1.5-liter diesel motor in the coming months (however the S-Cross 1.5 diesel won't be at a bargain for a long time). What’s always been missing from the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross' line-up, is an oil motor. Passing by data we have from our sources, Maruti is, at last, hoping to connect the hole the S-Cross line-up with a new petrol-powered version.
The petroleum motor will be Suzuki's new K15B unit that as of now controls the updates Ciaz and second-gen Ertiga. This normally suctioned 1.5-liter motor makes 105hp and 138Nm of torque. Additionally ready will be Suzuki's Smart Hybrid framework with a double battery setup, as observed on the Ciaz oil. The hybrid tech could help the oil S-Cross convey some impressive fuel economy numbers. Moreover, A 5-speed manual gearbox will be standard, and there is the buzz of a 4-speed also programmed – the equivalent attempted and-tried unit that is seen on numerous other Maruti models. 
This S-Cross is universally accessible with a choice of petrol and diesel motors that incorporate a 1.0-liter turbo-petroleum, a 1.4-liter turbo-oil, and a 1.6-liter diesel; the latter was available in the country on the pre-facelift model. This is the first time the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross will accompany a normally aspirated petrol engine. In India, the Maruti Suzuki S-Cross 1.5 petroleum will rival the petrol versions of the Hyundai Creta, Nissan Kicks, as well as Renault Captur. Expect the Maruti S-Cross petrol to launch in the latter part of the year.