Rugged and stylish with ALLGRIP technology available within the range, the new Suzuki Ignis is a compact car with lots to offer. It makes clever use of its interior space with sliding rear seats on SZ-T and SZ5 models, and all models have features that make life easier, such as a rear parking camera on SZ-T models, and keyless entry and start on SZ5 models. Take a test drive, and you will discover a car that’s sporty to drive with a refined edge, to offer you the best of both worlds. The new Suzuki Ignis is even available with an SHVS hybrid drivetrain.
The new Suzuki Ignis has style by the bucket load. Chunky contours and stylish alloy wheels ensure the Ignis stands out for all the right reasons, and SZ5 models get wheel arch extensions and side mouldings for an even sportier look.
The Suzuki Ignis is great fun to drive, thanks to sharp steering and agile handling. And yet, it’s a comfortable and refined cruiser at speed. The Ignis is also available with ALLGRIP 4WD, which improves grip and traction in bad weather.
SZ-T and SZ5 models have individually-sliding rear seats so that you can prioritise load space or legroom, and the boot has a 267-litre load volume. A 5-door layout makes access easy, and there’s ISOFIX points on both rear outermost seats.
Living with it
With economy of up to 65.7mpg combined (SHVS), the Suzuki Ignis is affordable to run. It combines those low running costs with a variety of useful features too, such as a reversing camera on SZ-T models, to make every day journeys easier.
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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