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  • Q. Is the body material of Ignis is of low quality?
    Jvr
    Jvr | 3 months ago

    It is a vague term.let us understand quality.is it- sheet thickness or paint or anything else.we r users and not manufacturets therefore without understanding manufacturing wrt automotive standards, it is not appropriate to comment.

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    Rekha
    Rekha | 2 months ago

    @ Jvr | It is a vague term.let us understand quality.is it- sheet thickness or paint or anything else.we r users and not manufacturets therefore without understanding manufacturing wrt automotive standards, it is not appropriate to comment.

    Sheet of hyundai is better than maruti...plastic quality of Hyundai is better than maruti...overall built quality of hyundai is much much more better than maruti...i have i20 and ignis...hence can say so confidently...

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  • Q. Top speed of ignis?
    Nitin
    Nitin | 2 months ago

    Top speed for Ignis is 140 km which I personally drive on Highway.

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    Prabhat
    Prabhat | 2 months ago

    200 kmph .but better to drive at 80 kmph.

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  • Q. What is driver seat height from ground - Ignis?
    Rekha
    Rekha | 3 months ago

    Visit showroom...

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    Jvr
    Jvr | 3 months ago

    Not important

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  • Q. What is the turning radius of IGNIS. What is the mileage in city n highway
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    Turning Radius of Maruti Ignis is 4.7 m. The claimed ARAI mileage for the Maruti Ignis petrol is 20 kmpl. Although, We have tested its AMT version in real life, it returned 14.65kmpl inside the city and an impressive 21.89kmpl on the highway run. Mileage can be different according to the driving style and road conditions.

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    Ramesh
    Ramesh | 1 week ago

    Turning radius good , mailage 17 to 18

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  • Q. What about space in the car? Is it more spacious than Alto K10 - Ignis?
    Ramesh
    Ramesh | 1 week ago

    Its ignis no k10 its worth less

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    Indresh
    Indresh | 10 months ago

    It has more space than Alto K10

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  • Q. Looking for an Ignis for higher ground clearance in this segment. with good built quality, after sales service and spares prices. ABS could be standard. so Ignis is an good option or any alternative. please reply
    Ramesh
    Ramesh | 1 week ago

    Yah go for ignis

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  • Q. What is the measurement of Ignis?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Maruti Ignis's Length*Width*Height is 3700*1690*1595 (in mm) and it has a wheels base of 2435mm with a ride height of 180mm. Click on the link to know more: https://bit.ly/2xLBvAC

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  • Q. How is the performance of Maruti Ignis?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    The Ignis is Maruti's entry-level hatchback/crossover offering in its Nexa lineup of cars. While essentially a hatchback, the Ignis easily sets itself apart from the crowd thanks to a quirky, youth-centric design. There is an in-your-face look to the Ignis when viewed at from the front, while the rest of the car has a boxy theme to it. The Ignis brings in an air of freshness in design that is uncommon in this segment. For its compact exterior dimensions, the Ignis is quite spacious on the inside. The luggage compartment has 260 litres of space which is only 5 litres less than that of the Hyundai Grand i10. It can seat only four adults comfortably though. Ingress and egress is easy from all seats, thanks to the wide-opening doors and the tall design. The quirkiness in design continues on the inside with the different shaped A/C vents, offset floating infotainment screen, toggle switch-like controls for the A/C, body-coloured panels on the centre console and the doors etc. Maruti Suzuki Ignis is polarising in its looks, but that helps it stand out from the crowd. What makes it appealing is its well appointed and spacious cabin, efficient engine-transmission options and ride quality and comfort. While it may not be the most affordable car in its class, it makes up for that by offering the best in terms of standard safety tech and premium features. This quirky little hatchback is a style statement like no other.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    Maruti Suzuki is offering the Ignis with a 1197cc, 4-cylinder petrol and a 1248cc which can be paired to a either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed 'automated manual' (AMT). The engine is peppy, even though it don't develop too much outright power or torque. The low kerb weight (825kg-960kg) helps the car’s efficiency too (Petrol – 20.89kmpl). 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. Read More: - Maruti Suzuki Ignis 1.2 Zeta AMT: Road Test: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/maruti-suzuki-ignis-12-zeta-amt-road-test/27665/#leadform

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  • Q. How about ignis's safety and performance? Worthy to buy?
    Prince
    Prince | 2 weeks ago

    Yes

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    Vinod
    Vinod | 1 year ago

    Yes worth to buy all safety features are present and performance is also good

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  • Q. Which car is better, Ignis or Celerio X?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    If you want something striking to look at, is reliable, isn’t expensive to maintain and fulfills your need of a hatke looking hatch, the CelerioX checks all those boxes. And if you like a florescent colour too, remember, no other car in its segment has that loud orange shade on offer. Whereas, Ignis is Maruti's entry-level hatchback/crossover offering in its Nexa lineup of cars. While essentially a hatchback, the Ignis easily sets itself apart from the crowd thanks to a quirky, youth-centric design. There is an in-your-face look to the Ignis when viewed at from the front, while the rest of the car has a boxy theme to it. The Ignis brings in an air of freshness in design that is uncommon in this segment. Moreover, Maruti Suzuki Ignis is polarising in its looks, but that helps it stand out from the crowd. What makes it appealing is its well appointed and spacious cabin, efficient engine-transmission options and ride quality and comfort. Do take a test drive in order to judge your driving comfort.

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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    We would suggest you to pick for Maruti Ignis. It is polarising in its looks, but that helps it stand out from the crowd. What makes it appealing is its well appointed and spacious cabin, efficient engine-transmission options and ride quality and comfort. While it may not be the most affordable car in its class, it makes up for that by offering the best in terms of standard safety tech and premium features. This quirky little hatchback is a style statement like no other. Also Read - Maruti Suzuki Ignis: First Drive Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/maruti-suzuki-ignis-first-drive-review/27262/

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