Suzuki has released it’s all new baby SUV the Ignis available in 2 trim GL and GLX with prices starting at $16,990 drive away Suzuki is looking to shake up the market.
Check back in a couple of weeks when I will be reviewing the both models of the new Ingnis, thanks to Suzuki for the info and pics.
Suzuki Australia has reignited senses with the launch of the all new Ignis
- A light SUV with progressive design and retro styling
- Key features including both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, multimedia satellite navigation system and a variety of customisation options
- Suzuki Ignis from $16,990 Drive Away
The all new Suzuki Ignis has landed on Australian shores, revealed in the form of GL and GLX variants.
Key features of the Ignis include both Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, 7-inch multi-touch colour display, multimedia satellite navigation system, and reversing camera, all as standard specs.
Though impressive with its technology offering, the major drawcard of the Ignis is its ability to adapt to its owner. The interior provides choice of colour themes for the gear console, trims and door handles with the exterior providing even more opportunity to customise with an eye-catching range of door mirror covers and wheel decals along with a colour-accented front grille, front grille centre bar, and fog light bezels to seal the deal.
“The Ignis is a unique addition to the Suzuki line-up and is unlike anything else on offer to consumers”, said Andrew Moore, Suzuki Australia General Manager Automobiles.
Moore continued, “The retro styling of the Ignis pays homage to a number of relatives in the Suzuki stable all the while meeting and exceeding the expansive expectations of our market with its progressive design and features. It exudes confidence, and is unparalleled in its approach to styling and customisation.”
Under the hood there’s a 1.2L Dualjet engine perfectly balancing power and fuel economy with a consumption rate of only 4.7L/100kms in addition to a new generation, stronger-but-lighter chassis providing a stable framework and reducing drag. Weighing in at a trim 820kg, the Ignis has a better power to weight ratio than both the Mazda 2 and Suzuki Swift. Both GL and GLX variants come with CVT transmission, with the entry spec GL also available with manual transmission.
The Ignis stays true to the Suzuki mantra of outstanding value for money with a price from just $16,990 Drive Away for the GL and $19,990 Drive Away for the GLX.
The introduction of this light SUV packed full with advanced technology, a myriad of personalisation options, and standard specs generally only seen outside of this price category, is a rare but very exciting find in today’s market.
Pricing, January 2017: