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  • Q. How is the performance of Maruti Ignis?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 11 months 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 | 9 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. Which car is better, Ignis or Celerio X?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 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 | 10 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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  • Q. How about ignis's safety and performance? Worthy to buy?
    Vinod
    Vinod | 1 year ago

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

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    Kartar
    Kartar | 3 weeks ago

    Safety is depend on your drive and performance is the best.

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  • Q. What abouts its maintenance cost and experience??
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 10 months ago

    The 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. To know about its maintenance, we would suggest you to get in touch with the dealership as they will be better person to assist you in this concern. Click on the link to find out your nearest dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/dealers/Maruti-Suzuki/Delhi

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    Rekha
    Rekha | 2 months ago

    Its only 2 months old...so cannot say anything as of now...

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  • Q. How is delta ignis AMT version in performance?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 12 months ago

    In spite of our test car being equipped with a convenience-spec automated manual transmission, the Ignis petrol is quite a hoot to drive. The 1.2-litre K-Series motor has a nice thrummy engine note, and you’ll enjoy revving it up to its 6,000rpm redline. Power delivery is linear, and the tug gets stronger as you move past the 2500rpm mark. That’s also where the lag from the AMT stops bothering you, and lets you utilise all 90PS and 115Nm. Slam the pedal down to the floor, and the gearbox doesn’t hesitate dropping a couple of gears if need be. The best bit is that it auto blips the motor to give you smoother (and quicker) roll-on acceleration. The gearbox holds the revs right up to the redline, and the shifts become a tad too noticeable as well. If you really plan on giving it the beans, we’d recommend switching over to manual mode and momentarily taking your foot off the A-pedal during the upshifts. That practically negates the head nod associated with AMT gearboxes. The shift shocks are minimal when you’re ambling about with a light right foot. The K-Series also sips with a pinched straw in this case – it returned 14.65kmpl inside the city and an impressive 21.89kmpl on the highway run. It is a fairly well-balanced package for something that targets a niche. It is just as friendly, easy to drive and easy on the wallet as any other Maruti hatchback on sale, with an added dose of flair.

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    Kartar
    Kartar | 3 weeks ago

    I have zeta ignis AMT according to this car I can say the Delta is also the best car in AMT version, it is very easy to drive,without any tension,you may purchase this car without any tension.

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  • Q. How is the built quality of Ignis, is Ignis automatic Alpha model a value for money? What's the average and maintenance cost?
    Prathmesh
    Prathmesh | 3 months ago

    Built quality is good of ignis I'll say it's just like other Maruti cars but has good amount of safety features and yes the top model which is the Alpha will always prove to its standards

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    Rekha
    Rekha | 3 months ago

    Thx,,,howz the built quality of ignis ?...does the built quality of ignis differ from model to model ? whats slda ? and whats the city & highway average and maintenance cost ?

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  • Q. Is Ignis a better car?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    Maruti Suzuki Ignis is polarising in its looks, but that helps it stand out from the crowd. The newly added roof rails also add a bit of grunt to the design. 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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    Zoheb
    Zoheb | 4 months ago

    Ignis built quality is great compared to regular maruti cars...its great for city rides, instant pickup, great road handling makes it a perfect city car...but it lacks highway comfort..but manageable

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  • Q. Is it value for money for long term ownership than Grand i10 - Ignis?
    Ashish
    Ashish | 6 months ago

    Beyond doubt. Maruti has also come up for comfort and infotainment over and above efficiency and economy. This car has all of them.

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    Mohammad
    Mohammad | 6 months ago

    No IGNIS is never value for money If you want a different car with road presence in a compact form factor go for it

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  • Q. Among Ignis Alpha automatic and i10 automatic which is best as far as features, suspension, build quality, average and maintenance cost?
    Milind
    Milind | 2 months ago

    Ignis is better choice considering the VFM it brings. Both of them have more or less same build quality. I10 looks dated, old school design. Ignis is fun to drive, both in city and on highway as well. Remember it is based on the same platform as that of new Swift. It gets everything a swift gets and even better when it comes to customisations available. I preferred Ignis AMT Zeta as it was a complete package.

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    Satbir
    Satbir | 3 months ago

    Both r good but choice is yours

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  • Q. What is the mileage & car performance - Ignis?
    Nitin
    Nitin | 3 months ago

    Ignis will give yo avarage of 20 in AMT & 22 in manual on highway

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    Satbir
    Satbir | 3 months ago

    15-16 in first month of purchase may be increase after 3 services

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