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Old 20th April 2020, 11:39   #9061
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Are there any rules for Diesel cars that dictate how long you can use the car. For example the registration wonít be renewed after 10 years? Itís important because i am looking at a pre-worshipped car.
As of now in Maharashtra, there are no restrictions on diesel private ownership vehicles like Delhi NCR. you can use the car with standard rules of 15 years followed by "green tax" for extensions every 5 year or so.
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How hard is 1.3ís clutch relative to 1.6 and in absolute terms. Will you say its soft (like Linea for example)?
The clutch is pretty light, you will get used to it in 1-2 kms tops. Its not Suzuki petrol like light, but you won't feel any discomfort using in jam packed city confines with the 1.3 - as long as it has not been abused by the previous owner. If too hard but you like the particular pre-owned car otherwise - get it overhauled / serviced. Clutch service/replacement with the 1.3MJD isn't too costly per say.
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Old 21st April 2020, 23:27   #9062
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I see a lot of similarities here, as I do the same when it comes to meetings anywhere in South India. Have traveled by myself to just enjoy the drive and also to prepare myself for important meetings/interviews.


Honestly speaking, I always look for options so that I can find a reason to drive. (for example recently there was an emergency meeting at Calicut which is roughly 250 kilometre from my hospital. CEO of our hospital asked many doctors to attend the meeting and everybody politely refused since it was on short notice. I jumped at the opportunity for the simple reason that I can drive 500 km in one day). There is a guy in every group/friendship circle who always takes the wheel while going out. Dear friends, I am that guy.
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Thanks, a close up view would be awesome. I am trying to find the same setup for my WRV and unable to find something so far.

Many roof rails have proper holes and nuts inside the roof rails where you can install the bars. The WRV has a solid roof rails with no holes hence the issue.
The bars have been clipped onto on the bar. There are no holes/clips on the rails (unlike the Ecosport).

The manuals on how the bars and the attachment process:

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The view of the entire roof bar:

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Close-up of the attachments:

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The view of the bottom side:

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The bars have been clipped onto on the bar. There are no holes/clips on the rails (unlike the Ecosport).

The manuals on how the bars and the attachment process:

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The view of the entire roof bar:

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Close-up of the attachments:

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The view of the bottom side:

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Thank you very much. These look awesome. I will contact them and see if similar setup can be done for the WRV. Thanks once again.
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Hi Everyone,
I did some preliminary research on new tyres for 1.3 Scross in stock size and below is my shortlist:
1. Yokohama BlueEarth AE50
2. Michelin Primacy 4ST
3. Continental MC5
4. MRF Perfinza

Pls help me with which one to select with priority order 1. Grip & Handling 2. Puncture Resistance(Strong Sidewall) 3. Road Noise
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Pls help me with which one to select with priority order 1. Grip & Handling 2. Puncture Resistance(Strong Sidewall) 3. Road Noise
MRF Perfinza it is!!

Michelin P4ST has better life, comfort and lesser noise.
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Thank you very much. These look awesome. I will contact them and see if similar setup can be done for the WRV. Thanks once again.
One issue could crop up. I haven't seen mounting points on the WRV's roof rails. Also they seem to not have a notch like the one in the SCross. WRV's roof rails seem more aesthetic than functional.

I believe the WRV available abroad has mounting point for roof rails. Here's a reference video.

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These are a few options you could look at
Thank you CrossLife for sharing the links.

I have already contacted 2 of them and waiting for their response. The one in Cochin seems to be a Zeta. As 1.6 Zeta is having much fewer features than my 1.3 Zeta, my plan is to search for an Alpha.

Will explore the options with True Value also once the lockdown is over.
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As 1.6 Zeta is having much fewer features than my 1.3 Zeta
1.6 Zeta doesn't have auto ac and CC which are available in 1.3 Zeta. Instead, 1.6 Zeta has auto dimming rear view, navigation and silver roof rails which are missing in 1.3 Zeta. Rest of the features are same.

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1.6 Zeta doesn't have auto ac and CC which are available in 1.3 Zeta. Instead, 1.6 Zeta has auto dimming rear view, navigation and silver roof rails which are missing in 1.3 Zeta. Rest of the features are same.
Navigation is available in 1.3 Zeta.
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Navigation is available in 1.3 Zeta.
Thanks. Attached a screenshot from first page of official review for ready reference.
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Thanks. Attached a screenshot from first page of official review for ready reference.
Auto AC and Reverse camera are the BIG misses for me. It adds so much of convenience that somebody used with that will never let it miss.
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Hi All,
Has anyone DIY parking sensor replacement on their S-cross, if yes whats the make and approx price of 4 sensors? Also are they available in car color option ? Thanks !
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S-Cross 1.6 Service Manual

Maruti has stopped printing service manual and it's all digital now.

I am posting the link for Australian S-Cross. It's almost same as India.

https://suzukinet.com.au/website/Aut...A0A/index.html

Note:

1. AKK416D is our model
2. All diagrams don't open in mobile phone, you can check in laptop

Cheers!
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Has anyone DIY parking sensor replacement on their S-cross, if yes whats the make and approx price of 4 sensors? Also are they available in car color option ? Thanks !
In Boodmo it is around 900 per piece.

Link for your reference: https://boodmo.com/catalog/part-sens..._park-6773761/
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