Maruti Suzuki The Ignis hatchback was updated with a facelift early last year, and while the improvements have improved the peal of the car, it has never been one of Maruti’s best-selling models. Indeed a car as old as that celery Almost twice as many units of the Ignis were sold in February 2021. Although Maruti Suzuki likes to refer to it as a “compact urban SUV”, the Ignis, while a hatchback, has a unique SUV-inspired design.
In order to improve sales, Maruti Suzuki has some great deals for the Fire for March 2021. Maruti Suzuki is offering a flat discount of INR 20,000 on the Ignis this month. Interested buyers can also take advantage of an additional exchange bonus of up to INR 15,000 for exchanging an old vehicle. There are also additional dealer-level offers of up to INT 7,000 that will be offered at Ignis. The total benefit of the Ignis for March 2021 is 42,000 INR. It should be noted that the offers may vary depending on the location.
With the Facelift at the beginning of last year, Maruti Suzuki updated the Ignis with a more imposing front fairing and a wider rear bulb. The revised car received new bumpers with artificial underrun protection plates, a new radiator grille with a U-scale motif and a rear spoiler. It is available in two new monochrome color options – Lucent Orange and Turquoise Blue – and three new two-tone color options – Nexa Blue with black, Lucent Orange with black roof, and Nexa Blue with silver roof.
In terms of dimensions, the Ignis measures 3,700 mm in length, 1,690 mm in width and 1,595 mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 2,435 mm and a trunk of 260 liters. The interior of the Ignis has also been slightly updated with the facelift. It received new fabric seat upholstery and the new 7-inch SmartPlay studio touchscreen infotainment system. The Maruti Ignis is available in four versions – Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. Two-tone finishes are available in the Zeta and Alpha bezels for an additional charge of INR 13,000.
Under the hood, the Ignis is powered by a 1.2-liter VVT petrol engine, which is equipped with either a 5-speed manual gearbox or a 5-speed AMT gearbox. The four-cylinder suction mill develops 83 hp at 6,000 rpm and 113 Nm torque at 4,200 rpm.Independent of which gearbox it is equipped with, the fuel consumption is 20.89 km / l. It is sold through Maruti’s Nexa stores and costs between INR 4.89 and INR 7.31 (ex showroom, Delhi). It competes with people like that Ford Freestyle, Hyundai Grand i10 Nios, and Tata Tiago.