Discover the new, all-stylish Suzuki Ignis. A compact crossover with attitude, the new Ignis offers outstanding value with keyless entry and start, satellite navigation, a reversing camera and LED headlights available as standard within the range. The first thing you’ll notice about the Suzuki Ignis is its powerful design. It has a unique, one-of-a-kind silhouette with a sporty edge, with wheel arch extensions on SZ-T and SZ5 models. The new Ignis is affordable to run too. You’ve a choice of two powerful and efficient petrol engines, and a SHVS hybrid drivetrain with ALLGRIP 4WD that’ll return up to 60.1mpg combined.
The Suzuki Ignis is a seriously stylish crossover. It stands out with a chunky, powerful design and 16” alloy wheels. SZ-T and SZ5 models get wheel arch extensions, while SZ5 models get LED headlights with LED daytime running lights for extra edge.
The Suzuki Ignis delivers strong performance, with a range of Dualjet, Multijet and SHVS engines to choose from. Comfort levels are excellent, and the Ignis SZ-T has a rear parking camera to make light work of tricky reverse parking manoeuvres.
With a spacious 267-litre boot and roomy five-door layout, the Suzuki Ignis is ready for whatever you throw at it. There’s ISOFIX points on the rear seats, and the rear seats can be folded down to expand the boot space to 514-litres.
Living with it
The new Suzuki Ignis will return up to 61.4mpg combined with a petrol engine, or up to 60.1mpg combined with the SHVS hybrid drivetrain. All models come well-equipped, with keyless entry and start and a reversing camera available as standard.
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New Suzuki Ignis Reviews
The Suzuki Ignis is a dinky SUV that’s well priced and neatly packaged. WhatCar?
To make a fun, tech-laden and downright sexy car for that price deserves a Swift round of applause The Sun
Distinctive styling. Affordable to buy. Low running costs. Available with all-wheel drive. Surprisingly spacious rear seats. Honest John