2018 Suzuki Ignis Adventure review – verdict
The Suzuki Ignis Adventure is a limited-edition version of the Japanese brand's dinky SUV. Is it worth considering?...
The Ignis is a fine small SUV, and if these cosmetic extras really do it for you, parting with an extra £1000 on top of what you pay for our recommended SZ-T model wouldn't be downright foolish. On a three-year PCP deal with a £1000 deposit, the difference works out to around £27 a month.
However, given that this particular version Ignis has no more off-road ability than a similarly sized city car, our money would go on a Kia Picanto. Make it the X-Line version if you want slightly butcher styling.
Or if you do need some off-road ability, consider the Allgrip version of the Ignis or, for even less cash, a Dacia Duster.
What Car? says...
Rated 3 out of 5
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Suzuki Ignis Adventure
Price £13,999 Engine 4cyl, 1242cc, petrol Power 89bhp at 6000rpm Torque 88lb ft at 4400rpm Gearbox 5-spd manual 0-62mph 12.2sec Top speed 106mph Official economy 61.4mpg CO2, tax band 104g/km, 19%
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