Suzuki Death Watch 17: This Is The Suzuki That'll Never Arrive In North America

suzuki death watch 17 this is the suzuki thatll never arrive in north america

It must be Suzuki Day. Fresh off pictures from our resident Chinese spy, Suzuki has released some pictures of the upcoming S-Cross C-segment all-wheel-driver.

The S-Cross, first previewed in Paris last September, looks to feature some LED eyeliner and a new corporate grille up front, similar to the refreshed Grand Vitara. It does stay fairly faithful to the concept, which itself looked almost production ready.

No other details have been provided at this point, but expect the new Suzuki to lull you into a false sense of security before pulling out of the marketplace when it’s released later this year.

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  • Tresmonos Tresmonos on Feb 07, 2013

    Everyone who posted below L'avventura really needs a day job. All of you. It's a 100 word article. Maybe instead of top troll poll, TTAC should have a poll for bored cubicle denisens to pick out the next direction for TTAC.

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    • Tresmonos Tresmonos on Feb 07, 2013

      @Summicron L'avventura. He brought up a great point, just with unecessary negative commentary. Who made his opinion the highest law? He's providing a disservice to the readership by polluting my computer screen with smug BS.

  • Tenzin Tenzin on Mar 27, 2013

    Mark, Suzuki Canada Inc. has announced yesterday their exit from the Canadian automobile market.

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  • FreedMike Kudos to Chris for making an uninteresting car interesting to read about.