Some new cars barely change their looks from generation to generation, but Suzuki Ignis is not one of them! Over its lifetime, the Ignis has turned from a humdrum MPV-styled hatchback to the mini-SUV inspired city car .
And we say mini we really mean it; the Ignis is just 3,7 m long and 1,7m wide.
The 1.2-litre petrol Dualjet engine’s 89bhp may sound modest, but the Suzuki Ignis certainly doesn't feel lacking in power.
Sitting behind the wheel is a relatively comfortable experience. The steering wheel moves only for height .
Front visibility is good and accurately placing the car is very easy. Still, SZ-T cars come with a rear-view camera as standard.
The 1.2-litre petrol Dualjet engine’s 89bhp
the Ignis's low weight and compact dimensions help it feel very manoeuvrable
Sitting behind the wheel is a very comfortable experience
The boot is much bigger than the average city cars