Maruti Ignis

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₹ 4.66 - ₹ 7.05 Lakh
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Things We Like in Ignis
  • Ample amount of space for four passengers and offers enough legroom and headroom
  • Stunning 180mm ground clearance is a treat for Indian road conditions
  • Loaded with features including LED projector headlamps, Android touchscreen infotainment, reverse camera, electrically foldable ORVM, etc.
Things We Dont Like in Ignis
  • Interior plastic quality used inside is not up to the mark
  • Centre console in the mid variants without the touchscreen looks awkward
  • The front part of Ignis is quite spacious but the rear section feel a bit cramped

Price List of Ignis

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Sigma ₹ 4.89 Lakh*
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Delta ₹ 5.67 Lakh*
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Zeta ₹ 5.89 Lakh*
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Delta AMT ₹ 6.14 Lakh*
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Zeta AMT ₹ 6.36 Lakh*
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Alpha ₹ 6.73 Lakh*
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Alpha AMT ₹ 7.20 Lakh*
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Maruti Ignis Price In Popular Cities

  • Ahmedabad

    ₹ 4.68 - ₹ 7.07 Lakh

  • Bangalore

    ₹ 4.77 - ₹ 7.15 Lakh

  • Chandigarh

    ₹ 4.73 - ₹ 7.09 Lakh

  • Chennai

    ₹ 4.76 - ₹ 7.14 Lakh

  • Ghaziabad

    ₹ 4.71 - ₹ 7.10 Lakh

  • Gurgaon

    ₹ 4.65 - ₹ 7.04 Lakh

Maruti Ignis Colors

Ignis is available in 7 different colors - Silky Silver, Glistening Grey, Pearl Arctic White, Urban Blue, Uptown Red/Midnight Black, Tinsel Blue/Pearl Arctic White and Nexa Blue.

  • Silky Silver

  • Glistening Grey

  • Pearl Arctic White

  • Urban Blue

  • Uptown Red/Midnight Black

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Review of Ignis

  • Overview
  • Interior
  • Exterior
  • Mileage Running Cost
  • Comfort Suspension
  • Engine Performance
  • Braking Safety


Call it a hatchback cum SUV or a blend of crossover and hatchback, Maruti Suzuki Ignis is a sub-4 meter vehicle serving as one of the most popular models in company’s portfolio. Maruti Suzuki India has tagged Ignis as the premium urban compact car. Before its launch everybody thought that Ignis is the premium car but soon all the opinions became thwarted as it came out to be one of the most affordable cars being sold via premium NEXA showroom. Maruti Ignis is built on the same platform that underpins the Boleno. A funky crossover, Maruti Ignis is an interesting vehicle mainly designed for the youth with attractive looks, premium interiors, advanced features, powerful and fuel efficient engine, all packed in reasonable price tag.
On the outside, Maruti Suzuki Ignis gets squared and upright stance design that provides the car with rugged appeal. The front façade sports first in class projector headlamps and quirky single frame radiator grille that envelops LED DRLs. The more quirkiness comes from the geometrical shaped air dams that increase the sense of tallness. The tallboy stance can be perfectly viewed from the side with chunky c-pillar and flared wheel arches along with stylish set of 15-inch wheels. At the back, Ignis carries the same rugged and aggressive appeal as of the front. The car gets big tail lights and black inserts at the back bumper making it more distinctive. Checking the dimensions, Maruti Ignis measures 3700mm in length, 1690mm in width, 1595mm height and gets the wheelbase of 2435mm. The Maruti Ignis is available in vibrant shades that include NEXA Blue, Tinsel Blue, Uptown Red, Glistening Grey, Silky Silver and Pearl Arctic White, Uptown Red/Midnight Black, Tinsel Blue/Midnight Black, Tinsel Blue/Pearl Arctic White.
Checking out the interiors, Maruti Suzuki Ignis cabin is designed to keep the sporty feel alive. Despite being a small car it offers a spacious cabin. The car gets the dual tone treatment that looks quite contemporary. The feature that increases the wow factor includes 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Navigation, automatic climate control, push start/stop button, 60:40 rear seat split, height adjustable driver’s seat and steering adjustment. Other comfort features are front power windows, 12V accessory socket, auto-down driver side window and rear seat head restrains.
In terms of specifications, Maruti Suzuki Ignis is powered by the petrol engine only. The 1.2L petrol mill is capable of generating the power output of 83PS and generates the maximum torque of 113Nm. The powertrain is available in choices of 5-speed manual transmission or a 5-speed automatic gearbox. The 1.2 L petrol mill delivers ARAI certified mileage figures of 20.89kmpl for manual as well as automatic variants.
In terms of safety, Maruti Suzuki Ignis comes equipped with the host of aspects. The list includes standard driver and co-passenger airbag, ABS with EBD. Other features include rear parking sensor, rear view parking camera, rear wiper, security alarm system, rear defogger, speed sensing auto door lock, driver seat belt reminder, anti-theft security system and key left reminder.
Maruti Suzuki Ignis is available in four different variants such as Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha. The pricing for the base trim starts from Rs. 4.67 and goes up to Rs. 7.05 lakh. The Ignis 1.2 Sigma is tagged at Rs. 4.67 lakh while the top selling variant Ignis 1.2 Delta is offered at the price tag of Rs. 5.28 lakh. Ignis 1.2 AMT Delta is available at the price tag of Rs. 5.83 lakh while the 1.2 Zeta and 1.2 AMT Zeta are tagged at Rs. 5.7 lakh and Rs. 6.26 lakh respectively. Ignis 1.2 Alpha is available at the price tag of Rs. 6.51 lakh while the top of the line Ignis 1.2 AMT Alpha is tagged at Rs. 7.05 lakh, ex-showroom. Maruti Suzuki Ignis goes up against the likes in the segment such as Mahindra KUV100, Hyundai Grand i10 and its own sibling Maruti Swift.


Enter the cabin and you will be welcomed by a clean and seamless design. And unlike many other Maruti cars, the cabin is airy, functional and follows minimalistic approach. The dashboard seems to have been designed like a clam with the top and bottom layer separated by thin black layer which seamlessly goes across the end other end house ac vents and touchscreen infotainment in between. The dual tone black and white dashboard really lifts up the spirits inside as it looks eye catching.
Spending some time inside will get you realize that certain areas seem to be a bit much. For example, the ac vents are rectangular-ly placed towards the center while the outer ones are rounded in shape and finished in faux carbon-fibre. Then the door pads are similarly dual toned like that of dashboard while the surrounds for the floor console and the grab handles of the door pads are colour coded. But the lighter colour is expected to get dirty easily.
And what is unique in this vehicle is that there isn’t any kind of central console which we use to call the stuff at the middle. Where the lower variants get 2-DIN stereo system, the top of the line variants features free-standing 7-inch SmartPlay touchscreen infotainment unit that is compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay with the air controls getting separate slot below. The infotainment gives host of connectivity options including USB, Bluetooth and Aux-In. The same display can also double up for displaying visuals from the rear parking camera. Then there is all new instrument cluster featuring two analogue dials and the one at the far right with digital MID display giving all the relevant vehicle info in real time including instant and average mileage, outside temperature, two trip meters and current time.
Coming to the steering wheel, Maruti has given an entirely new unit for that chunky and youthful feeling. It comes with mounted audio controls giving easy access to vital functions of the car. The automatic climate control works quite well and takes a few minutes to cool down the cabin. There are plenty of storage spaces all across the cabin so there is no dearth of practicality.
Despite small proportions, the Maruti Ignis is quite spacious. And the credit for this goes to the tall boy design which allows plenty of headroom to the occupants. There is also sufficient knee and leg room, however, only two adult passengers would feel comfortable at the back, adding a third one might make the space a little cramped. On the other hand, the rear doors have been made in such a way that they make ingress and egress quite easier for the passengers. And with 260L of boot space, Ignis assure luggage for short weekend trips. Further, the 60:40 rear bench split can spare more room for extra luggage.
Other comfort features includes push button start, electronic adjustable/foldable ORVM, rear seat adjustable head restraints, day and night IRVM and driver seat height adjustability. Overall, there are oomph factors in the Ignis which makes it a unique vehicle among its class.


While looks are always subjective, Ignis radical design is not immune to criticism. But on the other hand, there is huge bunch of people who are takers of unusual design. It has a strong retro flair of the Cervo hatchbacks of 80s. At the front, though the car may not look intimidating and imposing to many, but there is a sense of matureness. The Ignis is shorter in length than sibling Swift and as wide as the latter. However, it has taller dimensions and a larger wheelbase that gives it the tallboy stance.
The biggest advantage here is how unique this car looks as compared to other Maruti vehicles or any other car on the road for that matter. The square and upright stance not only looks cool but also gives it a muscular appeal. The front fascia sports single frame radiator grille which looks quirky, enclosing the face like a mask. And it seems everything right from the headlights and the emblem sitting even in the grille with the bonnet sitting above like a clamshell. The chrome lining add some more value to the car.
One of the reasons why this car is unique is that it features LED projector headlamps which isn’t available in cars several segments above. At the sides, the car gets beefy stance with flared wheel arches and light cladding on it, side sills and spunky looking 15 inch alloy wheels, lending the car a sheer combination of retro-modern look.
Then there is solid C-pillar having three bars posing striking similarity to the Suzuki’s Front Coupe of past. Coming to the rear profile, just like the front the rear also features aggressive design but somehow muffled by small proportions. The black inserts in the bumper and large tail lights make the car look unique and practical at the same time. Overall, the car features funky styling and cool looks.

Mileage Running Cost

Fuel economy figures of Ignis falls in the more than acceptable range. The car gives ARAI certified mileage of 20.89kmpl which is still good when we put it to compare with the rivals.

Comfort Suspension

The car comes with McPherson strut suspension at front and torsion beam at the rear and the setup overall leads to compliant ride quality. The steering of the car is light if we talk about city speeds. Whether you are zipping through the traffic, taking quick turns or parking, the vehicle isn’t a bother at all. The car also seems planted on highways and confident enough to take the challenge of triple digit speeds. That doesn’t mean this car is a hot hatch, so one should not expect razor sharp handling from it.
However, the grip levels are excellent and the car turns in the direction of choice like a breeze. The ground clearance of 180mm is well enough to quench the zest of an adventurer trailing on the broken roads. The suspension has been tweaked well to offer comfortable ride quality with nasty road imperfections and tides coming easy with this car. And while doing so, the suspension remains silent just like in case with Baleno. There is nothing like thudding that makes occupants uncomfortable inside.

Engine Performance

The car is powered by tried and tested 1.2L K-series petrol unit which produces 83PS and 113Nm of max torque. The same engine is working quite well in other Maruti cars including Swift, Baleno and Dzire and the performance feels no different. The powertrain is refined and smooth and loves to be revved hard. At time it can be a blast to drive too, thanks to the low kerb weight at 865kgs.
Further, the 5-speed manual gearbox is slick to operate with the light clutch promoting the positive action. The engine is punchy enough in the low and mid-range which makes it potter in and around the city quite swiftly. Having said that, it is easy to leave the engine soaring between 1000-2000 rpm when commuting within city premises. Coming to the automatic transmission, the AMT does the job right job of swapping gears. In fact, the response time of the downshifts is much better in certain situations.
There is also a manual mode but that is ideal only in relaxed driving mood since the logic of the gearbox keeps you in search for power and left you waiting till the response comes. But what one would need to get accustomed at times is that the car pounces forward even if you have put your foot off the throttle while turbo spooling continues to feed the powertrain. At highway driving as well, the AMT seems to be more comfortable as the driver builds up speed in moderate manner. This means comfortable cruise with the occupants having smoother experience.

Braking Safety

The car features disc brakes at the front and drum at the rear. They are good but performance is not exceptional, however, in hard braking conditions, the vehicle doesn’t feel unnerved to stop in a straight line. The car can do better if fitted with wider set of tyres. ABS which is standard comes to rescue only in hard braking conditions, especially in emergency.
Other standard fitment includes dual airbags, ISOFIX rear child seat mount, speed sensing auto door lock and driver seat belt reminder. Other key features include rear parking sensors with rear parking camera, rear defogger and rear wiper.

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    Premanand Mar 11, 2018
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    Overall experience is very good. High ground clearance, big wheels, compact size with more comfort inside. AMT is nice inside city rides. KMPL is around 15 inside city in auto mode & 20 on the highway in manual mode. Excellent car!! ;) Dual tone interior & exterior is nice design & door grab handles are unique which is like bar Read More

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    Manu Od Jun 28, 2017
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    I have Ignis Delta/ petrol. I am very happy to have this car. Thank u Maurti. This car design in completely on new platform with already tested engine. No need to tell about exterior design. Its superb, just European style car. No one car in this segment have this beautiful style. Really unconventional design. I have ridden 986 KM with Read More

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