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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Service Cost

  • Petrol(Automatic Transmission)
  • Petrol
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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Maintenance cost

The estimated maintanence cost of Maruti Suzuki Ignis for 4 years is Rs. 20,803. The cost of first, second and third services are at Rs. 1587, Rs. 2247 and Rs. 3522 respectively. The minimum distance travelled by Maruti Suzuki Ignis for 1st service is 1000 km.

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Maintenance & Service Schedule

  • Petrol(Automatic Transmission)
  • Petrol
1st Service
Rs. 1587
2nd Service
Rs. 2247
3rd Service
Rs. 3522
4th Service
Rs. 4322
5th Service
Rs. 4322
6th Service
Rs. 4802
Kms 1000 5000 10000 20000 30000 40000
Month 1 6 12 24 36 48
Free/Paid Free Free Paid Paid Paid Paid
Part Change
Normal Engine Oil Rs. 1497 Rs. 1497 Rs. 1497 Rs. 1497 Rs. 1497 Rs. 1497
Oil Filter Rs. 90 Rs. 90 Rs. 90 Rs. 90 Rs. 90 Rs. 90
Air Filter Rs. 0 Rs. 260 Rs. 260 Rs. 260 Rs. 260 Rs. 260
Coolant Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 480
Fuel Filter Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 400 Rs. 400 Rs. 400 Rs. 400
Service Charge Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 1275 Rs. 1275 Rs. 1275 Rs. 1275
Spark Plug Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 400 Rs. 400
Brake & Clutch Oil Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 400 Rs. 400

Total estimated maintenance cost for 4 years

Rs. 20,803

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Maruti Suzuki Ignis User Reviews

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  • Comfort (27)
  • Mileage (21)
  • Performance (13)
  • Engine (13)
  • Power (12)
  • Small (11)
  • Safety (10)
  • Price (9)
  • Experience (9)
  • Clearance (9)
  • Looks (9)
  • Pro: Good pick up, stylish

    Pro: good pick up, Stylish looks, Compact car, Good mileage, Cons: power window problem within 1-½yr, Doors sounds hollow, Body paints seems thin which get scratch very easily, Rubbers and nuts get loose and fall off.Variants colors ignis but all has the same doors color panel (beige), Dirt visible color.

  • Small family

    A fantastic car for small family and long drive, Fuel economy of 24km/litre on highway, It is a compact suv

  • Drive very good and long

    Drive very good and long trip drive also so good all road conditions drive very smooth.Ac, Music, Power window, Power string so good.

  • Good vehicle

    I own 2022 model ignis delta amt, Its good vehicle to ride, Very smooth and given mileage about 24 in my recent travel of 220 kms in highway without using ac.Good interiors.I am satisfied with the performance.

  • 4.5
    Space Is Enough

    IGNIS always makes me smile whenever I take over the wheels, its peppy engine loves to roll on without any hassle, NVH comforts me to relax while I take a halt on Signals, Space is enough for four people,and Boot is generous enough for a weekend trip for 4. Cons: Suspension is on the stiffer side so ride comfort for rear passengers is not that great


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Rs. 5.35 Lakh
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Ignis Spare Part

  • Bonnet/Hood
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 2800
    GST Price :- 784
    Total Price :- 3584
  • Front Windshield Glass
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 3450
    GST Price :- 966
    Total Price :- 4416
  • Rear Windshield Glass
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 3450
    GST Price :- 966
    Total Price :- 4416
  • Fender (Left or Right)
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 1020
    GST Price :- 285
    Total Price :- 1305
  • Head Light (Left or Right )
    Authorised Dealer Price :- 2245
    GST Price :- 628
    Total Price :- 2873
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ignis

Q. Does Zeta manual transmission has DRL?
  • No, Maruti Ignis Zeta does not feature LED DRLs.
Q. Does this car have rear camera?
  • The rear camera comes in the Maruti Ignis' Alpha variant and above.
Q. Which car is better Ignis or Celerio?
  • Selecting between the Maruti Ignis and Maruti Celerio would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the segment, usage of the car, features required, etc. The Maruti Ignis is 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, 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. On the other hand, The 2021 Celerio is based on the same HEARTECT platform as the Ignis and the Wagon R, but when it comes to styling, it takes a middle ground where it isn't as utilitarian as the Wagon R or as quirky as the Ignis. Overall, this car looks well balanced from most angles and is pleasing to the eye. When you compare it to the old Celerio it also has more muscle which lends it more road presence and character. When it comes to size, the new Celerio is slightly longer and wider than the Wagon R but in terms of height, it is slightly shorter because of which it doesn't look as big as its sibling. The Celerio is powered by a 1-litre three-cylinder petrol engine which is similar to the old car but Maruti has made significant changes to improve power and efficiency. It now gets a new engine block, head and in fact, this motor is a smaller version of the Swift’s 1.2 litres Dualjet unit. It is a high-tech motor with dual injectors and variable valve timing, produces 68PS and 89Nm, and is paired to either a 5-speed manual or an AMT gearbox. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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