• Q. Hi, I am confused whether to go with ignis or grand i10? can you please help me, safety and fuel economy and driver comfortably, rear passenger comfort, which is great and value for money?

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    Augustine
    Augustine | 3 years ago

    Last 2 years ago i bought i10 and i used to run 2000km in 1months in hilly area i have no complain during that time, execpt its ground clearance. Now i buy ignis only for its ground clearance. So day by day i was thinking about that Maruti suzuki was just like a toys as compare to Hyundai at all.

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 4 years ago

    Clutch is hard of i10 , pickup is good as compared to i10 ,price difference,no door lock in i10 ,i10 has good weight ,ignis give 18-20 km easily,in petrol..i10 don't know,ignis in mini suv type and i10 is hatchback, depends on your height ,take ride ,

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    Suhail
    Suhail | 4 years ago

    THE NEW GRAND i10 HAVE MORE FEATURES THAN IGNIS AND MORE COMFORTABLE. SAFETY IS BOTH ARE SAME.BUT THE PRICE RANGE IS HIGHER THAN IGNIS AND FUEL ECONOMY GRAND i10 IN HIGHWAY IS AROUND 16KM/L.BUT IGNIS HAVE 20KM/L.BOTH VEHICLE ARE VALUE FOR THE MONEY

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Maruti Ignis mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Petrol Automatic 20.89 Kmpl 17 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 20.89 Kmpl 18 Kmpl

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