India Bound Suzuki Ignis Revealed At Paris Motor Show

Last Updated On: October 1, 2016
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A much awaited car from the house of Maruti-Suzuki has been revealed at the ongoing Paris Motor Show. Yes, India bound Suzuki Ignis is revealed in Paris. In India it is expected to be launched in Jan or Feb in 2017 and will go on sale in Europe in early 2017. For Indian market, the Suzuki Ignis will be offered with two engine options which include 1.2-petrol and 1.3-diesel along with an AMT option. In the European market, the manufacturer will also introduce its SHVS variant. The Suzuki Ignis will also feature an AWD system but, for Indian market it is not sure that whether it will be offered or not.

Suzuki Ignis
Suzuki Ignis

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Also Read: All You Need To Know About Maruti Suzuki Ignis

The design of Ignis is quite out of the box, which is quite evident from the styling of the car. The grille that runs across the width of the car engulfing the headlamps, C-pillar slits, Suzuki-SUV fender garnish and overall boxy proportions all together gives a unique appeal to Ignis. The upcoming Ignis will be the first car in the Indian market with a refreshed interior styling, breaking the conventional theme of the existing models. A new steering-wheel, analog-digital instrument cluster, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, free standing screen with MirrorLink plus display for navigation and rear view camera are some of the key features. Suzuki Ignis will be offered with approximately 14 color options which will include five two-tone colors.

Suzuki Ignis
Suzuki Ignis Interior

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Also Read: 10 Upcoming Maruti Suzuki Cars In India

On the utility front, the Ignis offers a luggage capacity of 267-litres, while the AllGrip (All-wheel-drive) version offers 227-litres. In addition, the Ignis also features sliding seats along with reclining seatbacks, that will help in accommodating a range of items in the best possible manner. When launched it will be marketed and distributed to the Nexa range of dealerships. Previously it was scheduled for launch in this festive season but, now we have to wait till next year.

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