And the Hyundai bigger diesel is (a) not a jot more 'refined' as everyone keeps saying than the mjd nor (b) free of the for-some-reason whined-about 'turbolag', nor (c) nearly with as much torque. NOT that it has sold that well compared to the petrol and the smaller diesel, at least as far as a gurgaon dealer told me (incidentally an immediate neighbour of Torque Fiat, which last has now, almost mercifully, been shut-down, with Gurgaon service handled by the quite-good Faridabad dealer DRS' Gurgaon FASS) Personally, i quite like the SCross: it is Maruti's only fully euro-spec in engineering model on offer in India. Therefore good-value for good-values, it could be said? Interestingly on the topic of the 1.6 mjd: Autocar claims that a cheaper version of the Jeep localized in India for 2017 c-suv will come with this engine (+ddct?) in 1.5 litre form. It could really then be priced ultra-compellingly, especially if paired to the ddct (the same powertrain combination now being used on the european SCross, the 500X and the Renegade+(later) the Tipo as well. An engine downsizing approach that works very well in engine-indifferent India, as Mercedes has been showing by using a smaller-output on their former M-class (gle) suv: the lower-price enabled is rather enabling for sales numbers. At least for diesels in the d-segment and above suv space.