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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Limited Edition: What's That?


Based on the Delta variant, the Limited Edition slaps on some goodies from the accessories brochure

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Maruti Suzuki Ignis Limited Edition

 

 

Just in time for the festive season, Maruti Suzuki has showcased a special edition based on Nexa’s most affordable offering, the Ignis. Much like the Hyundai Verna Anniversary Edition we told you about earlier today, this is a cosmetic exercise just to grab some attention.

 

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Limited Edition

 

The Limited Edition is based on the Delta variant of the hatchback. This means, those epic all-LED projector headlamps are missing, and so are the 15-inch alloy wheels. It features regular halogen headlamps and gets 15-inch steel wheels with wheel caps. But, to add some more funk to the already funky design of the Ignis, the Limited Edition gets faux skid plates at the front and the rear, side skirts and some door-protectors as well. Rounding things off is the spoiler from the accessories brochure.

Inside the cabin, the fabric upholstery has been replaced by art-leather, again from the accessories catalogue. Everything else remains identical to the Delta variant. So, you still get a swanky instrument cluster with a tacho and an MID, a Bluetooth-enabled 2DIN audio system, steering-mounted audio controls, electric ORVMs and manual air conditioning.

 

Maruti Suzuki Ignis Limited Edition

 

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Expectedly, there are no mechanical changes here. The Maruti Suzuki Ignis Limited Edition will be offered with the same 1.2-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine that makes 83PS of power and 113Nm of torque. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual, and a 5-speed AMT as well. Notably, the diesel variant of the Ignis was discontinued earlier this year, owing to lack of sales.

This move by Maruti coincides a bit too well with Tata’s launch of the Tiago NRG. Other rivals include the CelerioX, and Ford’s Freestyle. Prices are not known at the moment, but, we expect it to command a small premium of around Rs 15,000 for the added goodies. Which means we’re looking at an effective price of Rs 5.42 lakh for the manual, and Rs 5.98 lakh for the AMT (both prices ex-showroom Delhi).

Recommended Variant : Ignis 1.2 Delta

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