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- 3771 miles
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- 61.4 MPG*
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- 65.6 MPG*
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First introduced as a subcompact model before evolving into a crossover city car, the Suzuki Ignis is an attractive and efficient model. It has intuitive cabin technology, desirable looks and good fuel economy, making it a practical model for lots of different drivers.
The Suzuki Ignis has benefitted from a number of adaptations in its design. Early models are available as a three or five-door subcompact hatchback with models manufactured after 2016 revised as a small crossover city model.
Suzuki Ignis updates and facelifts
First released in 2000, the Mk1 Suzuki Ignis had a compact size, a good range of petrol engines, four and front-wheel drive and automatic and manual transmissions. A 2003 facelift added new wheel trims, a revised grille insert and headlamp-mounted turn signal senses.
The second generation Ignis was launched in 2015 with new petrol and mild hybrid engines, as well as its new crossover SUV body. In 2020 it received a facelift which made subtle exterior design changes and added extra technology onboard, such as a digital instrument cluster. A new hybrid engine was also added to the vehicle, which included a larger capacity battery pack and other improvements to make it more efficient.
Practicality and style of the car
The Suzuki Ignis offers a 267-litre boot which can be expanded to 1,100 litres by folding down the rear seats. This is larger than most of the Ignis’s rivals, with the Toyota Aygo X offering 231 litres with an expanded size of 829 litres, while the Kia Picanto has a 255-litre boot and 1,010 litres with the rear seats down.
Depending on trim, the Ignis’ rear seats can also be adjusted up to 165mm forwards and backwards, helping you find the right balance between passenger space and storage practicality.
The rear seats fold flat creating a flat loading bay. For transporting larger items, the Ignis can tow up to 1,000kg which is enough for a small trailer. The Ignis can also transport a rooftop bike rack which makes preparing for holidays even easier. Both rear seats have ISOFIX anchor points for securing child seats.
The Suzuki Ignis offers reasonable running costs for its classification. Its insurance premiums range from group 15 to 21 which is competitive when compared to its rivals. It also qualifies for an annual road tax of £180 which is typical for models in this vehicle segment.
How a used Suzuki Ignis drives
A used Suzuki Ignis can come with a range of petrol engines, with mild hybrid technology featuring in models manufactured 2015. In the Mk2, there is a 1.2-litre Dualjet that generates 89bhp. This can achieve 0 to 62mph in 11.4 seconds and returns between 60.1mpg and 61.4mpg thanks to its mild hybrid technology. An electric battery absorbs excess energy used while braking to push the engine’s fuel economy. This engine is available with a CVT automatic transmission or a five-speed manual gearbox.
Engines available on the Mk1 Suzuki Ignis include a 1.3-litre engine which produces 94bhp. This engine is paired to a four-wheel drive, four-speed manual gearbox. It accelerates from 0 to 62mph in 11 seconds while returning 43.5mpg.
There is also the 1.5-litre 4Grip engine which generates 99bhp and accelerates to 62mph in 11 seconds while returning 40mpg.
Engines and official MPG
Please refer to the table below for a comprehensive list of engines and their official MPG figures.
2017 - onwards
|Official NEDC MPG
|Official WLTP MPG
|1.2 Dualjet Automatic
|1.2 Dualjet SHVS
|1.2 Dualjet SHVS 4x4
|1.2 Dualjet SHVS Automatic
Features you can expect to find in a Suzuki Ignis
high positioning of the Ignis means you have a commanding view of the road and good visibility all round. In the cockpit, you’ll also benefit from a range of tactile plastics on key surfaces, ensuring that the cabin’s surfaces and buttons won’t wear over time.
Depending on the age and trim of your model, you will find a seven-inch screen in the centre console which is where the Ignis’s infotainment system is. This system supports Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, Bluetooth connectivity and a DAB radio ensuring there’s plenty of entertainment on long drives. The SZ-T and SZ5 trims also add sat nav to this system which can be easily navigated to through the fast-loading menu system.
This infotainment screen comes with a touchscreen interface that can be used to navigate the menu easily. Lower down on the centre console, there are a set of physical controls for other functions such as climate control. There are also a pair of USB ports in the centre console for smartphone connectivity and charging.
On models manufactured after 2020, you will also find a digital instrument cluster which replaces some analogue readouts. This cluster displays your speed, distance driven and fuel gauge at a glance.
Relative to its compact dimensions, the Ignis has a spacious cabin that provides reasonable leg, knee and headroom for four adults. Road and wind noise is slightly hushed by the cabin and makes for an enjoyable ride.
It’s also easy to keep the cabin tidy thanks to the various storage options dotted around the interior. There is a glovebox with enough space for small handheld accessories and a cubby on the centre console for stashing your smartphone. There is also a lidded compartment between the two front seats and four reasonably sized door bins.
The Suzuki Ignis comes with a number of technology features that add to your drive, depending on the age and trim of your model. An Ignis can come with keyless entry and cruise control for easier motorway driving. To help keep everyone on board safe, some Ignis’ will also have a lane departure warning system and hill-hold control.
The Suzuki Ignis scored three stars on the Euro NCAP crash tests, with 79% on both adult and child occupant safety. This is average when compared to its rivals, such as the Kia Picanto, which achieved 79% and 64% on adult and child protection, respectively.
Depending on the trim, a Suzuki Ignis will include a camera-based autonomous emergency braking system, which uses cameras located around the car to detect when there is an obstacle in the way and automatically applies the brakes. There is also a weaving alert which issues an alert if the car is detected to be weaving because of driver fatigue. Stability control also features on the Ignis, keeping you in control of the vehicle during adverse conditions.
Trims available on the Suzuki Ignis
The SZ3 trim is the entry-level trim for the Ignis. In the interior, there is manual air conditioning, electric door mirrors, DAB radio, Bluetooth and USB connectivity. On the exterior, 15-inch steel wheels are included, along with body-coloured bumpers and wing mirrors, chrome door handles and daytime running lights.
The SZ-T trim comes with sliding rear seats, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and a reversing camera for getting into parking spaces safely. On the exterior, the SZ-T trim comes with roof rails for extra storage capability, 16-inch alloy wheels, a chrome front grille and a subtle redesign of the body kit on the wheel arches.
The SZ5 is the flagship trim of the Suzuki Ignis. In the interior, this trim comes with dual-zone climate control, sat nav, keyless entry and steering wheel mounted audio controls. On the exterior, this trim adds LED headlights and daytime running lights, a black and chrome front grille and door mirrors with built-in indicators. This trim also adds autonomous emergency braking as standard.
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Frequently asked questions
Q. How much does a used Suzuki Ignis cost?
A. We have 10 used Suzuki Ignis cars in stock ranging from £8298 to £17,498.
Q. How many MPG does the Suzuki Ignis get?
A. The Suzuki Ignis MPG varies from 60 mpg to 66 mpg.
Q. How much is car tax for a used Suzuki Ignis?
A. The Suzuki Ignis car tax ranges from £170 to £180 per year for the models in stock.
Q. What is the average mileage on a used Suzuki Ignis?
A. The average mileage on a used Suzuki Ignis in stock is 28439 miles.
Q. Which transmission options are available with the Suzuki Ignis?
A. Currently in stock, the Suzuki Ignis is available in Automatic, Manual.
Q. What different fuel types are available for the Suzuki Ignis?
A. Of the Suzuki Ignis used cars in stock, they are available in the following fuel types: Hybrid Electric, Petrol, Petrol/Electric Hybrid.
Q. What are the most popular engine sizes in the Suzuki Ignis?
A. The most popular engine sizes in the Suzuki Ignis we have in stock are 1.2 litres.
Q. What are the most popular colours in the Suzuki Ignis range?
A. The Suzuki Ignis is available in various colours. The most popular we have in stock are Red, White, Blue
Q. Is the Suzuki Ignis a good car?
A. Car & Driving rate the Suzuki Ignis 3.73 stars (out of 5).
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