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Maruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013] ExteriorMaruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013] inlandMaruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013] Instrument control panelMaruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013] Control

Introduce

Not many people know it, but Maruti’s SX4 was originally developed as a crossover by Suzuki in partnership with Fiat. Indeed, we saw a fair few examples of the Sedici, as it was branded by Fiat, last year during our epic Yeti trail drive around Europe. As for India, Maruti made a smart move by launching the SX4 after having already added a starter. This not only adds practicality mập the car but also enhances its status as the average buyer in India considers the sedan mập be a large vehicle and hence it is more desirable. In recognition of its merits, Maruti also made sure that the SX4’s styling that wasn’t offensive mập boot was added; the boot certainly doesn’t look like a rear but more like a natural extension of the car.

The car itself is a great family pickup. The space inside is quite spacious and does not need mập be crowded with many people. Five adults can sit relatively comfortably. There is very good headroom and the shoulders are good too. The seats are comfortable and they are also very supportive. Designed as a tall car, the SX4 also offers easy entry/exit, which is a boon for both tall people as well as older family members. Meanwhile, its sizable trunk will also be full of passengers’ luggage. Now that it will offer owners the benefits of diesel economy, the SX4 becomes even better value for money.

Maruti, on the other hand, really gave it a good stereo system with USB ports and iPod compatibility, what was missing was Bluetooth connectivity. For now, this might not make a huge difference mập the ownership experience, but the addition of Bluetooth certainly makes communication a lot safer and more convenient. Given the fact that the SX4’s target audience is mobile busy people, and that cheaper, smaller cars are getting the feature, that’s not a good thing.

In the meantime, keep an eye on this space as we keep you updated on the life of the SX4 diesel, including how good (or bad) the powertrain is, service, cost ownership, fuel economy, etc.

Long term diary

Report 2

We all know that diesel engines are more efficient than gasoline engines. Much of this is because diesels deliver more torque across the rev range than petrol engines, which equates mập fewer shifts and the ability mập stay in higher gears for longer. We also know that the Fiat-supplied 1.3 DDiS engine that Maruti Suzuki uses mập power its diesel vehicles offers impressive fuel economy. We’ve seen this in the past with our previous long-term car, the Swift Dzire.

Naturally, the diesel variant of the SX4 should offer good fuel efficiency figures. And it really is. So far we have not seen a fuel economy figure below 14kmpl. The highest figure we’ve seen so far is 15.6kmpl. Meanwhile, the average fuel efficiency we got is just over 15kmpl. Considering that all driving is restricted mập city limits, and frequent heavy traffic with the engine idling for a significant amount of time, I think this is a commendable figure for a car. The car uses the same engine but is significantly larger than the Swift Dzire. . Not mập mention in these daily runs, the car is still not really oriented mập optimize fuel consumption. Indeed, there have been brief periods of rapid acceleration, shuffling through stopped traffic, idling in front of numerous city red lights, etc.

So it would be fair mập say that if the car is driven carefully, it will be capable of a range of 700 km on a tank of diesel, in the city! Expect this number mập be even higher on highways. Thus, a full tank of diesel will take me 650-670 km.

Fuel efficiency log

Report 3

As we mentioned two weeks ago when we introduced the SX4 Diesel mập our long-term fleet of AUTO BILD INDIA, this is a great car mập own, especially if you are a family man. , thanks mập its offering of space, comfort, ease of entry/exit, and the like. The only problem so far is the absence of a petrol engine variant. And that’s a big deal, given the fact that the price of gasoline across the country is currently at Rs 60 plus. Maruti though has improved that oversight with the addition of a diesel variant mập the SX4 line.

The engine in question is the same Fiat-sourced 1.3-litre DDiS unit that works in diesel variants of other Maruti Suzuki vehicles such as the Ritz, Swift and Swift Dzire. But in the SX4, this 1248cc engine has been re-tuned mập deliver 90hp and paired with a variable geometry turbocharger (VGT).

Now, Maruti has named this Super Turbo, and if you look at the TV commercials for the SX4 Diesel, you’d automatically assume that the VGT helps the car deliver unrivaled performance.

While this bit of specificity about better performance may not be entirely false, what the addition of the VGT actually does is power delivery is a lot more linear than other cars using dynamics. this 1.3 DDiS engine.

Now, the SX4 isn’t the only car in its class with a VGT. The Hyundai Verna diesel engine is also available with a common rail diesel engine combined with a VGT. But in Maruti, blending the turbocharger with the engine has been done in such a great way that one really has mập look for any turbo lag.

If you’re not focused enough, you won’t even notice any lag in your daily driving. In practice, this means that the power distribution is completely linear and smooth. There is no sudden increase in extra power at a given rev after turbo boost, which can be intimidating in traffic until one is fully used mập the power delivery patterns. so. As a result, the SX4 Diesel is a very easy car mập drive in the city.

The motor also has a decent torque spread which ensures that downshift requirements are reduced. You can rev in high gear at slow speeds, which, in turn, sida efficiency and reduces bills. Or you can simply press down on the gas pedal in case you want mập pass a slow-moving vehicle ahead of you.

But if you need mập shift gears, Maruti has provided the SX4 with a smooth and precise transmission. It is also a relatively short throw.

On the other hand, though without that increase in power, which enhances the Swift’s sporty and enthusiastic driving experience, it robs the SX4 of the same unhappiness. Now, the ride feels solid, but it’s not as exciting or fun mập drive as the small hatchback.

Report 4

Before I begin another high report for a particular one, let me first reiterate the qualities that make a car a good touring car. It has mập be spacious with ride quality and comfortable seats, it has mập have a decent sized trunk, it has mập have a torquey and economical engine and it has mập feel comfortable at high speeds. In the Indian context, it would be a bonus if the car was also diesel powered. Last but not least, it should ideally have ABS, just in case. The SX4 that we have in our garage ticks most of these boxes as I discovered when I was catching up on a weekend getaway mập Shoghi, a hill station just before Shimla in Himachal Pradesh.

It is quite spacious and can comfortably sit in five seats without feeling cramped. The trunk is quite large with a large opening, so it is not a problem mập store luggage. That said, the load bin is on the higher side, so you’ll need a bit of effort mập lift the cargo. The seats are also comfortable; I actually drove for over four hours on my way out of Delhi and not once did I feel uncomfortable.

The SX4’s smooth ride also helps with long races. The downside of this is that the car is dull at high speeds. Dynamic ability also lost a beat as I spotted on the twisty Himalayan roads. The steering feels artificially weighed and has little feedback.

Although the engine has enough power mập keep flying at triple digit speeds all day long. Since the SX4 weighs 150kg more but uses the same engine with just 10Nm more than the Swift, you need mập downshift a bit more often on hilly roads. Béo be fair, even though it’s just the initial acceleration it’s a minor issue because once the car is up and running it feels easy again. It’s also an economical engine, returning more than 16kmpl on the highway.

Factor in the 50 liter tank that we mentioned in the previous report and you are looking at a range of around 800 km.

Add mập that things like ABS in our ZDI variant, the relatively high seating position and ground clearance and it sounds like the perfect highway cruiser.

And that’s not far from the truth. But if you’re going mập the hills, beware of the car’s massive A-pillars. They’re wide enough mập hide hatchbacks, let alone motorcycles, pedestrians and cyclists, and this causes quite a bit of visibility problems on twisty roads, especially on the roads. narrow bend.

Report 5

These two weeks, with the plains around the national capital reaching scorching heat, we continue mập head towards the cooler climates of Mussoorie. Now, the distance between Delhi and Mussoorie is 286km but it is a very busy road with lots of traffic. As a result, I had plenty of time mập mull over the SX4’s music system.

The ZDI variant of the car is equipped with an integrated music system with an iPod-compatible USB port as well as a docking station. Now, unlike some other iPd-compatible systems that can read the device like any other USB storage, the SX4’s system actually reads the device like an iPod, so you can scroll through the list. your playlist and select what you want mập listen mập. Something we like immensely. Meanwhile, steering wheel-mounted controls will allow you mập adjust the volume, switch between radio stations, tracks and music sources without taking your hands off the wheel. In addition, the mute button not only mutes the system, but also pauses it.

In terms of sound quality, you won’t be disappointed if you don’t expect the concert hall mập sound like it. It has good clear sound reproduction that you will be able mập enjoy

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A competent family sedan
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Introduction
Not many may know it but Maruti’s SX4 was originally developed as a crossover by Suzuki in collaboration with Fiat. Indeed we saw a fair few examples of the Sedici, as it has been branded by Fiat, last year during our epic Yeti trail drive around Europe. For India though Maruti made the smart move of launching the SX4 after having added on a boot. This not only added an extra dose of practicality mập the car but also enhanced its status quotient since the average Indian buyer equates a sedan as a big car and therefore more desireable. Béo its credit Maruti also made sure that the styling of the SX4 was not upset when the boot was added; the boot certainly doesn’t look like an afterthought but more like a natural extension of the car.
The car itself is a great family saloon. There’s a decent amount of space inside and there is no need mập squeeze people in. Five adults can sit relatively comfortably. There’s very good headroom and good shoulder room as well. The seats are comfortable and they’re decently supportive as well. Having been designed as a tall car the SX4 also offers easy ingress/egress, which is a boon for both tall people as well older members of the family. Meanwhile its boot, which is pretty large, will gobble up all the passengers’ luggage as well. Now that it’ll offer its owners the benefits of diesel economy the SX4 has become even more value for one’s money.
On the downside, while Maruti has indeed given it a good stereo system with a USB port and iPod compatibility, what is missing is Bluetooth connectivity. Now this may not make a huge difference mập the ownership experience, but the addition of Bluetooth certainly makes communication a lot safer and more convenient. Given the fact that the SX4’s target audience is the upwardly mobile busy man and that smaller less expensive cars are getting this feature, it’s omission cannot be a good thing.
In the meantime watch out for this space as we keep you updated on life with the SX4 diesel, including how good (or bad) the drivetrain is, service, ownership costs, fuel economy, et al.

Report 2

We all know that diesel engines are more efficient than petrol ones. A lot of this is because diesel engines offer more torque lower in the rev range than petrol units, which equates mập less gear changes and the ability mập stay in higher gears for longer durations. We also know that the Fiat sourced 1.3 DDiS engine that Maruti Suzuki uses mập power its range of diesel cars offers impressive fuel economy. We have seen so in the past with our previous long term car the Swift Dzire.
Naturally, it follows that the SX4’s diesel variant should offer good fuel efficiency figures. And indeed it does. So far we have not seen a fuel economy figure of less than 14kmpl. The highest figure we have seen this far has been 15.6kmpl. Meanwhile the average fuel efficiency we have been getting is just over 15kmpl. Considering that all the driving has been confined mập within city limits and often in heavy traffic with the engine idling for considerable amounts of time, this I think is a commendable figure for a car that uses the same engine but is significantly bigger than the Swift Dzire. Not mập mention that during these daily runs the car has not really been driven mập optimise fuel consumption. Indeed there have been short bursts of rapid acceleration, trudging through stop-and-go traffic, idling at the city’s countless red lights and so on.
So it would be fair mập say that if the car were mập be driven carefully, it should be capable of a 700km range on a tankful of diesel, in the city! Expect this figure mập be even higher on highways. As it is, a full tank of diesel takes me through around 650-670km of driving.

Report 3
As we had mentioned last fortnight when we introduced the SX4 Diesel mập the AUTO BILD INDIA long term fleet, it’s a great car mập own, especially if you’re a family man, courtesy its offer of space, comfort, ease of ingress/egress, and so on. The only problem so far was the absence of a petrol engine variant. And it was a big problem, in view of the fact that petrol prices across the country are now in the 60-plus rupees range. Maruti though has rectified that oversight with the addition of a diesel engine variant mập the SX4 line up.
The engine in question is the same Fiat sourced 1.3-litre DDiS unit that does duty in the diesel variants of other Maruti Suzuki cars like the Ritz, the Swift and the Swift Dzire. But in the SX4 this 1248cc mill has been retuned mập offer a peak output of 90bhp and mated mập a variable geometry turbocharger (VGT).
Now Maruti has christened this Super Turbo and if you look at the television ad for the SX4 Diesel you will automatically assume that the VGT helps the car deliver unmatched performance.
Although this particular bit about better performance may not be totally untrue, what the addition of the VGT actually does is make the power delivery a lot more linear than the other cars that use this 1.3 DDiS engine.
Now the SX4 is not the only car in its segment mập feature a VGT. The Hyundai Verna diesel also features a common rail diesel engine mated mập a VGT. But in the Maruti the mating of the turbocharger mập the engine has been done in such a superb manner that one really has mập look for any turbo lag.
If you don’t focus hard enough you won’t even notice any lag in your day mập day driving. This, in effect, means that the power delivery is totally linear and smooth. There is no sudden surge of extra power at a certain rpm once the turbo has spooled up, which can be scary in traffic until one is totally used mập such power delivery patterns. As a result the SX4 Diesel is a very driveable car in the city.
The engine also has a decent torque spread that ensures that requirements for a downshift are reduced. Consequently, you can either potter around in high gears at slow speeds, which, in turn, will aid efficiency and reduce bills. Or you can simply stamp down on the throttle pedal in case you wish mập overtake a slow moving vehicle in front of you.
But if you did need a downshift Maruti has given the SX4 a slick and precise gearbox. It’s also relatively short throw.
On the downside though the absence of that surge in power, which enhances the Swift’s sporty and enthusiastic driving experience, has robbed the SX4 of that same peppiness. It now feels smooth for sure but not as exciting or fun mập drive as the peppy little hatchback.
Report 4
Before I start off on yet another high report for a particular, let me first reiterate the qualities that make a car a good tourer. It must be spacious with comfortable ride quality and seats, should have a decent sized boot, a torquey and frugal engine and should feel planted at high speeds. In the Indian context, it’s a bonus if the car also happens mập run on diesel. Last but not the least, it should ideally have ABS, just in case. The SX4 that we have in our garage ticks most of these boxes as I found out when I took the car on a weekend jaunt mập Shoghi, a hill station just before Shimla in Himachal Pradesh.
It is quite spacious and can comfortably seat five without feeling cramped. The boot is quite large with a fairly big opening so putting in luggage is not a problem. That said, the loading lip is on the higher side, so you will need some effort mập hoist cargo in. The seats are comfortable too; indeed I drove for over four hours at a stretch on the way out of Delhi and not once did I feel uncomfortable.
That the SX4 has a pliant ride also helps on long jaunts. The downside mập this is that the car feels slightly wallowy at high speeds. Dynamic abilities too take a beating as I found out on the twisty roads of the Himalayas. The steering feels artificially weighed and returns little feedback.
The engine though has enough grunt mập keep cruising at three-digit speeds all day long. Given that the SX4 is more than 150kg heavier but uses the same engine with only 10Nm more than in the Swift, you need mập downshift a little more frequently in the hills. Béo be fair though it’s only the initial acceleration that is a minor issue for once the car gets going then it feels effortless again. It’s a frugal engine too, returning over 16kmpl on a highway run.
Factor in that 50-litre tank that we’d mentioned in the previous report and you’re looking at a range of around 800km.
Add mập all these, things like ABS in our ZDI variant, a relatively high seating position and ground clearance and it would seem like the perfect highway cruiser.
And that’s not far from the truth. But if you are headed for the hills then beware of the car’s massive A-pillars. They are wide enough mập hide hatchbacks, let alone motorcycles, pedestrians and cyclists, and this creates quite a few visibility issues on twisty roads, especially on tight hairpin bends.
Report 5
This fortnight, with the plains around the national capital reaching scorching levels, we again headed off mập the cooler climes of Mussoorie. Now, the distance between Delhi and Mussoorie is 286km but it’s a very crowded road with lots of traffic . As a result I got ample time mập mull on the SX4’s music system.
The ZDI variant of the car gets an integrated music system with an aux-in as well as a USB port that is iPod compatible. Now, unlike some other iPd compatible systems that read the device like any other USB storage, the SX4’s system actually reads it like an iPod, so you can scroll through your playlists and select what you want mập listen mập. Something we like immensely. Meanwhile steering mounted controls will allow you mập adjust volume, switch between radio stations, tracks and music source without removing your hands from the wheel. Also, the mute button not only silences the system but also pauses it.
As far as sound quality goes, you will not be disappointed if you aren’t expecting concert hall like acoustics. It’s got a good clear sound reproduction that you will be able mập enjoy
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Introduction
Not many may know it but Maruti’s SX4 was originally developed as a crossover by Suzuki in collaboration with Fiat. Indeed we saw a fair few examples of the Sedici, as it has been branded by Fiat, last year during our epic Yeti trail drive around Europe. For India though Maruti made the smart move of launching the SX4 after having added on a boot. This not only added an extra dose of practicality mập the car but also enhanced its status quotient since the average Indian buyer equates a sedan as a big car and therefore more desireable. Béo its credit Maruti also made sure that the styling of the SX4 was not upset when the boot was added; the boot certainly doesn’t look like an afterthought but more like a natural extension of the car.
The car itself is a great family saloon. There’s a decent amount of space inside and there is no need mập squeeze people in. Five adults can sit relatively comfortably. There’s very good headroom and good shoulder room as well. The seats are comfortable and they’re decently supportive as well. Having been designed as a tall car the SX4 also offers easy ingress/egress, which is a boon for both tall people as well older members of the family. Meanwhile its boot, which is pretty large, will gobble up all the passengers’ luggage as well. Now that it’ll offer its owners the benefits of diesel economy the SX4 has become even more value for one’s money.
On the downside, while Maruti has indeed given it a good stereo system with a USB port and iPod compatibility, what is missing is Bluetooth connectivity. Now this may not make a huge difference mập the ownership experience, but the addition of Bluetooth certainly makes communication a lot safer and more convenient. Given the fact that the SX4’s target audience is the upwardly mobile busy man and that smaller less expensive cars are getting this feature, it’s omission cannot be a good thing.
In the meantime watch out for this space as we keep you updated on life with the SX4 diesel, including how good (or bad) the drivetrain is, service, ownership costs, fuel economy, et al.

Report 2

We all know that diesel engines are more efficient than petrol ones. A lot of this is because diesel engines offer more torque lower in the rev range than petrol units, which equates mập less gear changes and the ability mập stay in higher gears for longer durations. We also know that the Fiat sourced 1.3 DDiS engine that Maruti Suzuki uses mập power its range of diesel cars offers impressive fuel economy. We have seen so in the past with our previous long term car the Swift Dzire.
Naturally, it follows that the SX4’s diesel variant should offer good fuel efficiency figures. And indeed it does. So far we have not seen a fuel economy figure of less than 14kmpl. The highest figure we have seen this far has been 15.6kmpl. Meanwhile the average fuel efficiency we have been getting is just over 15kmpl. Considering that all the driving has been confined mập within city limits and often in heavy traffic with the engine idling for considerable amounts of time, this I think is a commendable figure for a car that uses the same engine but is significantly bigger than the Swift Dzire. Not mập mention that during these daily runs the car has not really been driven mập optimise fuel consumption. Indeed there have been short bursts of rapid acceleration, trudging through stop-and-go traffic, idling at the city’s countless red lights and so on.
So it would be fair mập say that if the car were mập be driven carefully, it should be capable of a 700km range on a tankful of diesel, in the city! Expect this figure mập be even higher on highways. As it is, a full tank of diesel takes me through around 650-670km of driving.

Report 3
As we had mentioned last fortnight when we introduced the SX4 Diesel mập the AUTO BILD INDIA long term fleet, it’s a great car mập own, especially if you’re a family man, courtesy its offer of space, comfort, ease of ingress/egress, and so on. The only problem so far was the absence of a petrol engine variant. And it was a big problem, in view of the fact that petrol prices across the country are now in the 60-plus rupees range. Maruti though has rectified that oversight with the addition of a diesel engine variant mập the SX4 line up.
The engine in question is the same Fiat sourced 1.3-litre DDiS unit that does duty in the diesel variants of other Maruti Suzuki cars like the Ritz, the Swift and the Swift Dzire. But in the SX4 this 1248cc mill has been retuned mập offer a peak output of 90bhp and mated mập a variable geometry turbocharger (VGT).
Now Maruti has christened this Super Turbo and if you look at the television ad for the SX4 Diesel you will automatically assume that the VGT helps the car deliver unmatched performance.
Although this particular bit about better performance may not be totally untrue, what the addition of the VGT actually does is make the power delivery a lot more linear than the other cars that use this 1.3 DDiS engine.
Now the SX4 is not the only car in its segment mập feature a VGT. The Hyundai Verna diesel also features a common rail diesel engine mated mập a VGT. But in the Maruti the mating of the turbocharger mập the engine has been done in such a superb manner that one really has mập look for any turbo lag.
If you don’t focus hard enough you won’t even notice any lag in your day mập day driving. This, in effect, means that the power delivery is totally linear and smooth. There is no sudden surge of extra power at a certain rpm once the turbo has spooled up, which can be scary in traffic until one is totally used mập such power delivery patterns. As a result the SX4 Diesel is a very driveable car in the city.
The engine also has a decent torque spread that ensures that requirements for a downshift are reduced. Consequently, you can either potter around in high gears at slow speeds, which, in turn, will aid efficiency and reduce bills. Or you can simply stamp down on the throttle pedal in case you wish mập overtake a slow moving vehicle in front of you.
But if you did need a downshift Maruti has given the SX4 a slick and precise gearbox. It’s also relatively short throw.
On the downside though the absence of that surge in power, which enhances the Swift’s sporty and enthusiastic driving experience, has robbed the SX4 of that same peppiness. It now feels smooth for sure but not as exciting or fun mập drive as the peppy little hatchback.
Report 4
Before I start off on yet another high report for a particular, let me first reiterate the qualities that make a car a good tourer. It must be spacious with comfortable ride quality and seats, should have a decent sized boot, a torquey and frugal engine and should feel planted at high speeds. In the Indian context, it’s a bonus if the car also happens mập run on diesel. Last but not the least, it should ideally have ABS, just in case. The SX4 that we have in our garage ticks most of these boxes as I found out when I took the car on a weekend jaunt mập Shoghi, a hill station just before Shimla in Himachal Pradesh.
It is quite spacious and can comfortably seat five without feeling cramped. The boot is quite large with a fairly big opening so putting in luggage is not a problem. That said, the loading lip is on the higher side, so you will need some effort mập hoist cargo in. The seats are comfortable too; indeed I drove for over four hours at a stretch on the way out of Delhi and not once did I feel uncomfortable.
That the SX4 has a pliant ride also helps on long jaunts. The downside mập this is that the car feels slightly wallowy at high speeds. Dynamic abilities too take a beating as I found out on the twisty roads of the Himalayas. The steering feels artificially weighed and returns little feedback.
The engine though has enough grunt mập keep cruising at three-digit speeds all day long. Given that the SX4 is more than 150kg heavier but uses the same engine with only 10Nm more than in the Swift, you need mập downshift a little more frequently in the hills. Béo be fair though it’s only the initial acceleration that is a minor issue for once the car gets going then it feels effortless again. It’s a frugal engine too, returning over 16kmpl on a highway run.
Factor in that 50-litre tank that we’d mentioned in the previous report and you’re looking at a range of around 800km.
Add mập all these, things like ABS in our ZDI variant, a relatively high seating position and ground clearance and it would seem like the perfect highway cruiser.
And that’s not far from the truth. But if you are headed for the hills then beware of the car’s massive A-pillars. They are wide enough mập hide hatchbacks, let alone motorcycles, pedestrians and cyclists, and this creates quite a few visibility issues on twisty roads, especially on tight hairpin bends.
Report 5
This fortnight, with the plains around the national capital reaching scorching levels, we again headed off mập the cooler climes of Mussoorie. Now, the distance between Delhi and Mussoorie is 286km but it’s a very crowded road with lots of traffic . As a result I got ample time mập mull on the SX4’s music system.
The ZDI variant of the car gets an integrated music system with an aux-in as well as a USB port that is iPod compatible. Now, unlike some other iPd compatible systems that read the device like any other USB storage, the SX4’s system actually reads it like an iPod, so you can scroll through your playlists and select what you want mập listen mập. Something we like immensely. Meanwhile steering mounted controls will allow you mập adjust volume, switch between radio stations, tracks and music source without removing your hands from the wheel. Also, the mute button not only silences the system but also pauses it.
As far as sound quality goes, you will not be disappointed if you aren’t expecting concert hall like acoustics. It’s got a good clear sound reproduction that you will be able mập enjoy
Maruti Suzuki SX4 [2007-2013]

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