Straight up: the Ignis might be from the future. Maybe the past? But a futuristic past. It’s a beautiful mystery that’s also a super compact SUV. Loaded with space and featuring the latest technologies in a retro-futuristic package, the Ignis isn’t for indecisive people; it’s for people who’ve decided they want everything.
The Ignis carries on the legacy of traditional Suzuki design elements, while reimagining them for a new age. Its striking exterior, with its simple and clean lines, surfaces and curves, makes a strong impression at first sight.
The Ignis boasts a wide and high stance, impressive 180mm ground clearance and its generous approach and departure angles mean you can take it on any adventure.
The Ignis is perfect for city traffic, as you’ll sit up higher for improved vision and awareness while the bold front headlights lend the Ignis an instantly recognisable look.
The new Ignis has been designed to handle anything the city can throw at it—and coming from Japan, that says a lot. With its ultra compact body size, it easily manoeuvres through narrow city streets—and with SUV looks and crossover capabilities, you’ll hop up curbs like a pro.
With a minimum turning radius of 4.7m, the new Ignis is easy to manoeuvre on narrow roads and parking lots. Large-diameter tyres and high ground clearance also provide peace of mind when driving over uneven or bumpy roads.
An elevated seating position makes it easier to get in and out and also creates a higher eye point for better visibility.
By folding the rear seats down, a total luggage space volume of over 500L is achievable while the back seats in the GLX model can be slid forward to create even greater cargo space.
The bold contrast of black and white on the instrument panel is simple in composition but leaves a bold impression.
The Ignis features a 9-inch multimedia touchscreen^ which integrates radio, reversing camera, and connectivity to Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™.
A new generation, stronger-but-lighter chassis provides a stable framework while reducing drag. A more rigid, yet lighter suspension smooths out shocks and enables more responsive and controlled handling.