2017 Suzuki Ignis Specs And News
Cheeky, cute, retro, three words we would use to describe reborn Suzuki Ignis. In fact, the 2017 Suzuki Ignis has so much personality, we are reluctant to be negative for fear of hurting their feelings. A review of the car should be rational, of course, but the 2017 Suzuki Ignis is likely to be more emotionally driven car in the Suzuki range. If you like the looks and we suspect that most will love or hate it is unlikely to disappoint you the rest of the package. As a package, it is a difficult car to define. At launch, Suzuki has labeled compact SUV crossover B-segment SUV and a small SUV. Just give a car an identity crisis. But does it really matter which whole falls in this square box? Really not. From time to time it is good to break a segment or two. Think of it as a slice of positivity at the end of a dark year. Let our emotional attachment to the door, we try to provide rational thinking.
Despite being reduced (it’s only longer than Fiat 500 13cm), the 2015 geometric Suzuki Ignis gives the presence significantly, while a “lightweight hybrid” system must maintain attractive low-cost operation. 2017 Suzuki Ignis stands out from the rest of the Suzuki range. First seen the concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, Suzuki iM-4 it looks bold, with some elements that relate to past Suzuki cars, such as 70 ‘Whizzkid the SC100 Coupe appears resistant, also with wheel arches bulging and An oblique line of the window, black mesh black window mesh and windshield pillars creating a “floating aspect of the ceiling. Is surrounded by a piece of chrome, while thin beam headlights are framed by large U-shaped LED lights. There are also chrome fog lights in the front bumper.
Inside, two white tones in the black dashboard appeal, while the lower dashboard and interior door handles are available in orange or silver, even if these are obtained is determined by which of the 11 Body colors you choose. As the 2017 Suzuki Ignis is a fairly small car, it would not be fair to expect plenty of space inside, but the 267-liter boot (204-liter drop-off when four-wheel equipped) is a size Reasonable to note the dimensions of the car. It is true that the Renault Captur has a huge boot of 455 liters, but it is a larger and more expensive car. It is more accurate, in a way, to compare the 2017 Suzuki Ignis a city car like the Citroen C1. This is only about £ 1,000 cheaper than the 2017 Suzuki Ignis, but offers only 196 liters of space for luggage.
Your work unit will be powered by the familiar 1.2L Dualjet Suzuki 90hp engine and 88lb ft torque development. Just the figures of the ground that break, but in its form the base 2017 Suzuki Ignis weighs only 810 kg. In its standard form, you will have to push the edge Dualjet scream to get the most out of it, as pointed out time 0-62mph leisure 13.5 seconds. If you are after a little more punch, help is handy in the form of light hybrid SHVS, as evidenced here. The integrated starter-generator belt helps driven the engine during take-off and shaving acceleration, a couple of seconds of 0-62 mph time. A compact lithium-ion battery pack is located under the passenger seat and regenerated during braking and deceleration. However, despite improved performance and lower CO2 emissions (97g / km compared to 104g / km), Suzuki expects a 10-15% share of sales for the SHVS model. Given the relatively low – should be £ 500 – the increase in prices on the standard 1.2-liter model, we suspect that the decision might be higher than Suzuki said. The additional torque is welcome, while the SHVS model is the only Suzuki Ignis 2017 falls below 100 g CO2 / km at 97g / km.
The 2017 Suzuki Ignis is an attractive price, from £ 9,999, while £ 13999 the most expensive SHVS model 4×4 is still reasonably cheap. It will be on sale from January 2017.