The European-spec Suzuki Ignis has been revealed at the Paris motor show.
On release, the Ignis will be offered with both two and four-wheel drive, in line with its SUV-esque styling. The new Ignis will cost from around £10,500 when it goes on sale in January next year.
The European-spec car is 10-15cm longer than its Japanese counterpart, although the floorplan remains the same.
The engine line-up is based the 89bhp 1.2-litre Dualjet engine, as used in the Baleno and Swift. An SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) version will also be available, which uses an ISG (Integrated Starter Generator) with an integrated power generator and electric motor, and a lithium ion battery pack.
Suzuki’s use of lightweight structures across its model range means that weight has been kept to a minimum; the Baleno weighs 905kg, and Suzuki confirmed that the Ignis weighs about the same. This should lead to ultra-low running costs, as is expected in the city car class.
There will also be personalisation options for the New Ignis so you can really make it your own!
The Ignis will return to the UK market in January 2017 after a nine-year hiatus.
For further information on the New Ignis call our Sales Team on 02886766116 or contact us here https://goo.gl/xYBsW7.
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