The cabin is comfortable, space on offer is lavish and Maruti has equipped it well with fancy features. The pictures of Maruti S-Cross’s interior show that the cabin is enveloped in an all-black colour scheme. Certain cues, like the steering, have been borrowed from the SX4. Under the right-side air vent, buttons for fog lamp and parking sensor, and dummy switches have been placed. The blue backlit instrument cluster features data-instantaneous fuel economy, and average fuel efficiency and range. Leather covering is present on the steering wheel, gear lever housing and door armrests.
Leather upholstered seats are exclusive to the range-topping variant only while rest of the grades get fabric seat covers. Plastic quality, fit and finish is not very good and could have been better.
The front centre armrest can be slid while the rear centre arm-rest gets a cup holder. Adjustable head rests are fitted on the rear seats. Storage space is generous too. Two cup holders are provided behind the gear lever and few cubbyholes are also available. Boot space isn’t extravagant. Even with the seats folded, it does not create ample space. Comfort goodies, such as keyless entry, tilt steering, power windows, illuminated glovebox, telescopic steering, steering-mounted controls for the audio system, automatic climate control, height adjuster for the driver’s seat, reclining rear seat, reverse camera, rain sensing wiper, auto dimming rear view mirror, navigation system, SmartPlay infotainment system and voice command are among the notable features incorporated inside.