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Suzuki Xbee Crossover Launched In Japan

The Xbee offers practicality of a wagon and space of a SUV, claims Suzuki. 

  • Chhavi Kaushik
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Suzuki XBee

In Suzuki’s global lineup, the XBee is the fifth product to be based on the company’s HeartTech platform.

Suzuki Xbee Crossover has been exclusively launched in the Japanese market. Pronounced as ‘Cross Bee’, this new model is available within the price range of ¥ 1,765,800 – ¥ 2,234,520 (i.e. around Rs 9.99 lakh to Rs 12.64 lakh). The Xbee offers practicality of a wagon and space of a SUV, claims Suzuki.

In Suzuki’s global lineup, the XBee is the fifth product to be based on the company’s HeartTech platform. The other five are – Baleno hatchback, Ignis mini SUV, Swift hatchback and Dzire compact sedan. The Suzuki XBee was first previewed in its concept avatar at the Tokyo Motor Show in October, 2017.

Suzuki XBee Picture Gallery

Powering the Suzuki XBee is a 1.0-litre Boosterjet direct-injected turbocharged petrol engine paired to a 6-speed automatic transmission. It’s the same motor that does duty in the India-spec Maruti Suzuki Baleno RS. The power and torque figures of this gasoline unit stand at 99PS at 5,500rpm and 150Nm between 1,700-4,000rpm respectively. This turbocharged motor is boosted with Suzuki’s mild-hybrid system technology SHVS, and comes with an optional AWD (all-wheel-drive) system.

Visually, the all-new Suzuki XBee appears like a compact box with tall stance. It shares resemblance to the Suzuki Hustler, which is also an exclusive Japanese vehicle. Suzuki’s new crossover offers two new driving modes – Sport and Snow. Check Out – Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars in India

The Suzuki XBee also comes with a host of advanced safety features including Suzuki Safety Support, Dual Sensor Brake Support (DSBS) collision mitigating system, a 360-degree camera, Back-up Brake Support collision mitigation system (first time on Suzuki’s small car), Grip Control and Hill Descent Control.

 

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