Mastichari (no name street)
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.