Maruti Suzuki Ignis
Maruti Ignis is a 5 seater hatchback car available at a price range of Rs. 4.89 Lakh to 7.19 Lakh in India. It is available in 7 variants and 9 colours. Maruti Ignis comes with BS6 compliant petrol engine only. The Ignis has a boot space of 260 litres while it's ground clearance is 180 mm. The petrol engine of Ignis is a 1197cc unit which generates a power of 81.80bhp and a torque of 113nm. The Ignis is available in 2 transmission options: manual and automatic. The mileage of Ignis is 20.89kmpl.
Maruti Ignis Latest Updates
Maruti Suzuki has given the Ignis Zeta variant a feature upgrade, with prices starting at Rs 5.97 lakh (ex-showroom). What’s new in the Zeta variant is a Smartplay Studio 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system which was exclusive to the top-spec Alpha variant. This update has led to a price hike of Rs 8,000 for both Zeta manual and automatic variants.
The Ignis is powered by a sole 1.2-litre VVT petrol engine that delivers 83PS of power and 113Nm of torque. It is paired with a 5-speed manual and an AMT gearbox option. The Maruti Suzuki Ignis goes up against the likes of the Ford Figo, Maruti Suzuki Swift, and the Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.
The facelifted Ignis can be had in a total of four variant trims: Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. The AMT transmission is available in the Delta, Zeta and Alpha variants.
Maruti Ignis Competitors
It takes on the likes of the Ford Figo, Maruti Swift, and Hyundai Grand i10 Nios.
Maruti Ignis Summary
|Engine :||1197 CC|
|Emission Norm Compliance :||BS VI|
|Mileage :||20.89 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||Petrol|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||5|
|Ground Clearance (Unladen) :||180 mm|
|Gear Box :||5 Speed|
|Max Torque :||113Nm@4200rpm|
|Fuel Capacity :||32 Liters|
|Minimum Turning Radius :||4.7 m|
|Length*Width*Height :||3700*1690*1595 mm^3|
|Boot Space :||260 Liters|
Maruti Ignis Price
The price of Maruti Ignis starts at Rs. 4.89 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 7.19 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Ignis ranges between Rs. 4.89 Lakh to Rs. 7.19 Lakh. Maruti Ignis is available in 7 variants and 9 different colours.
- Petrol (7 Variants) |
- Manual (4 Variants)
- Automatic (3 Variants)
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ignis
- Both cars have different characteristics. if we talk about Volkswagen Polo, it lacks in space and it gets shorter features list than its rivals. However, it still managed to do a lot right though in terms of solid build quality, a strong set of essential features as standard and adds on top of that, great performance and a delightful driving experience. If space matters little to you and you intend to drive and experience the car more, the Polo hasn’t lost a beat with this update and polished up it’s performance and handling. On the other hand, Ignis gets quirky design, it has a spacious interior, gets good standard safety tech and peppy petrol motor too. It gets considerable good ground clearance that helps it to tackle bad road conditions and it offers a more commanding driving ergonomics. It is a great little quirky car that packs in a lot and will put a big smile on your face every time you see it in your garage. A smile big enough to justify that price. You may compare both the cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
- Polo has unmatched quality and performance
- Polo has no match
- Maruti Ignis is currently available with a 1197cc petrol engine that generates a power of 81.80bhp@6000rpm and a torque of 113Nm@4200rpm. Ignis is available in both manual & automatic transmission. In configurations, Ignis has a boot space of 260 Liters litres and ground clearance of 180 mm. The kerb weight is 840-865 Kg while the dimensions are 3700 mm in length, 1690 mm in width and 1595 mm in height. For more, follow the given link: Maruti Ignis Specifications.
- Pl check brochure, but in short it is indicated by Segment Design and power or engine type normally
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- I have booked Ignis Zeta, Initially I was planning for wagon R 2020 and took test drive not satisfied , then decided to go for nexa and we looked out for baleno , little bit huge car, but it comes around 8 lakhs mid variant delta, then we checked iginis sigma, it came around 5.5lakhs with offers and all then we took a test drive, pick up is awesome, driving is so cool and easy. suspension for rear seat is like other cars in this price segment according to me 5.5L if you are going with sigma, it is better than celerio, wagon r and you need to add after sales accessoried in the market, then will cost around 40 to 50K, then I decided to go with white color zeta version, rear spoilter, deforger, push button start, electrical orvm etc.. central locking, keyless entry remote key,power windows etc.. are the some of the added feature with offer we booked for 6.65L... front and side look is awesome and rear is normal...sports car like feeling.. this will definitely going to hit down other cars in this segment
- Surely, see the impact after a year and will cross than other models of maruti
- Not high as other maruti models
- SORRY SIR I HAVE NOT DRIVEN ANY AMT YET OF HYUNDAI CARS BUT I ASSURE YOU YOU LIKE HYUNDAI AMT BETTER THEN MARUTI AMT I SUGGEST YOU CAN TEST DRIVE BOTH CARS ONE BY ONE
- I have grand I 10 and Alto so I will suggest you to buy grand i10 because built quality and service is much better of Hyundai than Maruti so go for grand i10 and its diesel engine is superb go for grand i10
- Ignis AMT is better with 1.2ltr petrol engine.i finished 20k kilometer.good for city and highway.mileage around 21km
- Ingins is has more saftry options but i 10 has 1air bag in front at driver seat
- Both are good cars,but for highway run swift is a better handler..i own both new dzire n ignis..ignis is better for city use, fast pickup, handling is great...
- Ignis is rall boy design.Performance is almost same.
- Already answered both cars are good but Ignis is better..
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Editor's View of Maruti Ignis
Quirky design, spacious interior, standard safety tech, peppy petrol motor, AMT gearbox
No diesel engine, polarising design, price
The Ignis is a great little quirky car that packs in a lot and will put a big smile on your face every time you see it in your garage. A smile big enough to justify that price.
Ignis Detailed Review
One sultry afternoon in Navi Mumbai, we swapped the Maruti Suzuki Ignis petrol AMT for the top-spec diesel manual. With the cars parked next to each other, I immediately liked two things about my companion for the next week. First up, the colour. The bright aqua blue on the diesel Ignis makes sure people take notice. Second, the all-LED projector headlamps with daytime running lamps. The DRLs shine brightly even under the harsh noon sun. The Ignis, especially in its Alpha trim, is an attention magnet. If making a statement is your jam, you should feel right at home in one.
Also, the headlamps are pretty much the only thing that differentiates the Zeta variant visually from the top-spec Alpha you see in the pictures. Everything else, including the black-finished 15-inch alloy wheels, the quirky tail and the one-piece grille with a chrome lipstick remain as is. The other subtle pointers are puddle lamps (placed under the wing mirrors) and the inclusion of a rear-view camera.
Once inside the Ignis Alpha, you feel at ease almost immediately. The ergonomics are spot on, and it is easy to get used to the placement of switches and knobs. It is extremely driver-friendly too. The steering adjusts for rake, the driver’s seat gets height adjust and the tall driving position means you will be able to spot the Ignis’ nose from the driver’s seat. The seat height adjust has a healthy 30mm range, but it is a real pity that it is available only on the top-end Alpha variant!
The black-white interior looks funky, but a little more quality would’ve gone a long way in cementing the Ignis’ lifestyle vehicle positioning. Our 6000km-driven car already had a few rattles coming from the dash, which got slightly annoying over the Mumbai-Pune highway runs. Also, little additions such as a leather wrap on the steering, an armrest, and fabric inserts on the elbow rest would’ve justified the big Rs 85,000 premium the Alpha variant commands over the Zeta.
The dash looks like it was made with a large central screen in mind. The 7-inch tablet-like screen gets a thick plastic bezel and is divided into four quadrants for the music, calls, navigation and Android Auto/Apple CarPlay. The touchscreen itself is among the best in terms of ease of use and responsiveness; there’s practically no lag in response to touch. We couldn’t test the SD-card-based navigation, but Google Maps worked flawlessly via Android Auto. But, bear in mind, app support is fairly limited. For instance, if you have your music saved on a streaming app (such as Saavn) you wouldn’t be able to access it since Android Auto only supports Google Play Music, Gaana and Spotify at the moment. I couldn’t use the Maps and stream music simultaneously, which practically defeats the purpose of Android Auto.
The automatic climate control interface is possibly the snazziest I’ve seen this side of 40 lakhs! Large rocker switches for the temperature and fan speed, as well as a slick cockpit-inspired array of buttons at the base – the unit does stand out. What I’m not too particularly fond of is the orange backlighting for the display that reads out the current settings. It looks especially out of place at night when you’ve switched the lights on, and the instrument cluster is lit up with a cool white mixed with aqua blue. The Alpha also gets what Maruti likes to call “Accent Meter Lighting”, which is nothing but a strip of blue light above the speedometer.
On a related note, the MID on the Ignis is properly thorough. You get your usual trip and odometers, average efficiency and distance to empty. What I particularly liked is that the MID itself changes colour based on the severity of the error/notification. For instance, the white backlight turns to orange if the car doesn’t detect the key fob or if you’ve left the headlamps on mistakenly. In case you start driving with the boot open, it turns blood red and also flashes a warning continuously. Impressive!
Driving The Diesel
At the heart of the Ignis sits Maruti’s favourite 1.3-litre DDiS engine, in its 75PS/190Nm tune.
The motor lets you lug through the city crawl easily. You can practically start off in second, and upshift to third by 15kmph without causing the engine to choke and protest and vibrations are well controlled. But, push on the accelerator a bit further and you’ll find the Ignis feels a bit annoying as you have to wait till about 2000rpm for the punch from the turbo to kick in in earnest. The remedy is to downshift get the engine spinning and then the Ignis eggs you on to wriggle through the holes in traffic. The surge of the turbo can get addictive pretty quickly and in its punchy mid-range, there’s enough torque for a clean pull no matter what gear you’re in.
0-100kmph, too, is dealt with in a respectable 12.85 seconds, whereas a third gear pull from 30-80kmph took 8.80 seconds, which is commendable considering it spent nearly a second battling turbo lag in each case. Slam on the brakes and the Ignis sheds speed quickly too, coming to a halt in 3.23 seconds. But, just like the petrol we tested a while back, the diesel Ignis squirms while trying to maintain a straight line under hard braking. Also, we do wish Maruti bumped up the level of insulation in the Ignis’ cabin. The diesel clatter is more audible than we’d have liked, and there’s a lot of road noise that filters in as well.
Striking A Balance?
The diesel Ignis weighs a full 100kg over its petrol counterpart. No surprises then, that it feels a bit more front-heavy, especially around corners. The steering, although not super chatty, is very predictable. Yes, the Ignis has that dead-centre vagueness that’s inherent to most modern Marutis, but it doesn’t feel dead like the old ones. Inside the city, none of that vagueness will bother you. The small size and the light weight is just right to squeeze in and out of gaps and park into spaces that are exactly as wide as the car itself.
The suspension setup although stiffer than the petrol still feels quite adept at dealing with potholes and bumps. The additional weight also gives the Ignis a calm and composed feel at triple digit speeds. In fact, with the torquey diesel engine, you’d have no issues holding on to those speeds all day long. It won’t pinch the wallet while doing it either. On our test run, the Ignis diesel returned a healthy 23.08kmpl on the highway. Inside Mumbai traffic, the figure dropped to 15.87kmpl, which is respectable. On a full tank, it is safe to expect a 450-500km range.
Although its styling suggests a youthful nature, the steering-suspension combo isn’t as much fun as say a Swift. While there’s a bit of body roll what eats into the cornering magic are the tyres. The tyres aren’t well suited for attacking corners as the front breaks into a predictable slide fairly quickly.
Jack Of All Trades
First, is there a fly in the ointment? Yes, we’re afraid there is one. The sense of the premiumness expected from a funky looking hatchback that costs nearly Rs 9 lakh on-road is a bit lacking. The hard plastics inside the cabin, the less than flattering finish and the engine rumble eat into the experience a bit. But, if you can look past that, the Ignis makes for a sensible machine.
Now, let’s revisit our first question – does the Ignis retain its trademark Maruti values of space, efficiency and reliability while offering something new? Yes, it is sensible an all-rounder with a dose of panache thanks to its SUV-like styling and some added practicality because of its 180mm of ground clearance. The inclusion of ABS and airbags as standard across the range adds to its appeal further. On the whole, the Ignis is a decision that is, surprisingly, more of a rational rather than an emotional decision.
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Preferred For : Daily Commute & Family
48% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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It was fun to drive, nothing too special about it. Great for its price. im not too disappointed and very happy that i bought one.
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Awesome car.Very reliable,fun driving car at reasonable price tag with Fantastic Maruti's after sales service.
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Excellent city car, Easy to drive, perfect combination of safety and style.
Owning/Driving Ignis Zeta MT from last 14 months, crossed 9500 kms on odometer till now. My buying experience:As I had already owned secondhand Maruti 800cc and driven Alto K10 (1000 cc) cars in the past & now wish to buy a new car for the first time, I was looking for a 1200cc car, within budget of 6.5 lakhs, so shortlisted Swift, New Hyundai Santro, Tata Tiago and Ignis. Took test drive of each of them. Facelift Swift VXI was overall a good car but costing at around 7.06 lakhs OTR, Santro Asta test drive was not satisfactory. Tata Tiago XZ was at 6.30 lakhs OTR but had 3 cylinder engine.Further I found that Maruti Swift, Baleno, Dezire & Ignis have the same K12B petrol engine generating similar power.Due to heavy year-end discounts the Ignis Zeta MT was costing me at 6.39 lakhs OTR. In this price I was getting a 1200cc 4 cylinder engine car with 15 inch Alloy Wheels, Push Button Start, Body Cladding, Blue tooth & steering control enabled music system having 6 speakers, Fog lamps, Rear-defoggers with wash wipers, Auto folding ORVM, Extended warranty, NEXA Card & Fast tag. Unbeatable deal, So ignored all other options and finalised the Ignis.From test drive to delivery of the car, NEXA dealership have given me a very nice and memorable experience.Pros:Peppy driving.Standard safety features across all variants.Very good mileage, 14-15 in city & 20-22 on highways with AC on.High ground clearance.Sufficient head and leg room.Easy ingress and outgress.Low maintenance & service cost.Many small features in Ignis such as Door handle design, adjustable head rests on all seats, 60:40 foldable rear seat, Split tail light, bigger tyres, etc are found only in costlier and premium cars.Cons:Rear design of the car is very unique but not appealing to the masses and it is the sole reason behind low sales figures of the Ignis.Body panels are weaker compared to other cars as it easily get dents from hitting of small stones on the road.Somewhat stiff suspension.Servicing at regular Maruti Dealership, so no NEXA experience after purchase.My experience with the car:My routine driving is on poor roads. I have also taken a long road trip with family in my Ignis. But no problem at all.First 3 services within a year are free from Maruti. It costs me around 3600rs. for the oil change, wheel balancing alignment and minor spares till today.From my own experience I can say that Ignis is the Best car at this price point. I recommend to buy NEXA card, as the whole cost of the card can be redeemed within a year.Extended warranty is a gimmick and may be avoided.
It is smooth car ride but only sometimes v get jerk while realizing brake pedal on stop signal n pressing acellator. That time little jerk v observe but on the hold car is good for driving long distance going to up-country. Or shift in manual mode it climbs in 1st or 2nd gear for mountainous roads like Khandala, Lonavla, Mahad Ghats Road, Mahableshwar or Panchgani etc..
I AM RAMAGOPAL RAO VLN. DHONE TOWN KURNOOL DISTRICT. I BOUGHT IT ON 12TH DECEMBER 2018, IGNIS ALPA MT PETROL LIMITED EDITION CAR IT EXCELLENT AND SUPERB PETROL CAR. SINCE 2 YEARS I SCARCHED SEVERAL CARS , BUT NO ONE CAN BEAT IT. IT IS VERY EXCELLENT IN ALL ASPECTS. OF MILEAGE, GROUND CLEARANCE, HEIGHT,ENGINE SMOOTH. PICKUP, NAVIGATION, SMART PLY INFOTAINMENT SYSTEM IS VERY GOOD IN THIS CAR. I DRIVE 750 KMS WITH THE SPEED OF 70 TO 80 KM PER HOURS. WITH THE CONTROL OF 2 RPM BY USING THE SPEED PETROL I GOT 23KMPL. IT IS VERY AMAZING . THANKS TO MARUTI SUZUKI.IT GOT 3 STAR RATING TO CRASH TEST OF NCAP AND 5 STAR RATING TO SAFETY TEST OF NCAP. I FOUND OUT IN MY SEARCH.SO I PURCHAED IN KURNOOL.
Iy has been 3 years since i got Ignis Alpha Top Model Manual. It is a good city car with best in class gear box and clutch. But if you are looking for a vehicle which is comfortable for long road trips than this one is not for you. In Bumby roads you can feel everything inside the cabin. And at the end of you travel tou will feel exhausted
I had driven my maruti ignis about 10,000 km still it is giving me a wonderful feel of driving . And I'm also happy with the mileage . I'm glad to be a owner of ignis . One bad thing of the vehicle is it's back portion is looking a bit bad but if you are looking for an powerful hatchback I prefer IGNIS . It's best for FAMILY CAR
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Lucent Orange With Black Roof
Nexa Blue With Silver Roof
Nexa Blue With Black Roof
Maruti Ignis Service Cost
|Petrol Automatic (4 years)||Rs. 20,803|
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 16,110|
Maruti Ignis News Updates
Maruti Suzuki Updates Ignis Zeta With More KitJul 24, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
All Your Questions About The Maruti Ignis’ Variants AnsweredFeb 20, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
The 2020 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Packs In A BS6 Engine And A Facelift For Just Rs 6,000 MoreFeb 18, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki Ignis Facelift: 5 Things To KnowFeb 10, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
The Maruti Suzuki Ignis Gets Its First Update... Sort OfFeb 7, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
EXCLUSIVE: Maruti Suzuki Ignis Facelift Launch At Auto Expo 2020Jan 22, 2020 | By Team ZigWheels
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Maruti Ignis FAQs
What is the price of Maruti Ignis Top Variant?
The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Ignis is 7.19 Lakh (Delhi).
What is the mileage of Maruti Ignis?
The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Ignis is 20.89 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Ignis.
What is the EMI of Maruti Ignis in Delhi?
The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Ignis in Delhi is Rs. 9,466 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.
What are the top competitors of Maruti Ignis?
What is the boot space in Maruti Ignis?
The boot space in Maruti Ignis is 260 L. View full specification of Ignis
What is the ground clearance of Maruti Ignis?
The ground clearance of Maruti Ignis is 180 mm.
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