The most awaited car of the year is finally here! The Maruti Suzuki Ignis is launched in India with a starting price of Rs 4.59 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Ignis will join the Baleno and S-Cross in the exclusive Nexa showrooms all across India. The company is going all-in towards marketing Ignis as a car for the millennial generation.
Here is the complete price list of Ignis variants-
Maruti Suzuki Ignis petrol pricing:
Manual Sigma – Rs 4.59 lakh
Manual Delta – Rs 5.19 lakh
Manual Zeta – Rs 5.75 lakh
Manual Alpha – Rs 6.69 lakh
Automatic Delta – Rs 5.74 lakh
Automatic Zeta – Rs 6.30 lakh
Maruti Suzuki Ignis diesel pricing:
Manual Delta – Rs 6.39 lakh
Manual Zeta – Rs 6.91 lakh
Manual Alpha – Rs 7.80 lakh
Automatic Delta – Rs 6.94 lakh
Automatic Zeta – Rs 7.46 lakh
Most of the details about the Ignis was already leaked a couple of weeks back. And like expected, the Ignis will be powered by a 1.2-litre petrol and a 1.3-litre DDiS diesel engine that serves the Baleno. But unlike Baleno whose automatic variant is only offered with a petrol engine, the Ignis is offered with AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) for both the engines. Apart from the AMT gearbox, the Ignis can be also had with a 5-Speed manual transmission.
The unconventional design continues inside also. A dual-tone dashboard with floating style touchscreen takes prominence with a new four-spoke multifunctional steering wheel. The feature list is also long that includes Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatible centre console, along with Bluetooth, AUX and USB connectivity; climate control, and ambient lighting.
The bookings for the Ignis were opened a while back, and it has already registered around 6,000 bookings. The waiting period of the car currently stands at six to eight week. Due to its uniqueness, we couldn’t find a direct competition of Ignis. However, we did though about it a lot. Find out here- Ignis Competition Check Part-1 & Ignis Competition Check Part-2
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