Very few people are likely to choose an entry-level Ignis and from the driver’s point of view that’s probably a good thing. No Ignis gets reach adjustment on its steering wheel, but SZ3 cars also miss out on driver’s seat height adjustment, which we’d thoroughly recommend going for.
At least with it the Ignis is adjustable enough for most shapes and sizes of driver to get comfortable - of course the addition of reach adjustment would make things even better. With such a short bonnet and a driving position over the front wheels front visibility and placing the car accurately is very easy, but looking over the shoulder and trying to see past the Ignis’s thick, heavily-styled rear pillars is more of a challenge. Mid-range SZ-T cars come with a rear camera as standard, though.
Its interior materials are exclusively low rent but Suzuki has at least experimented with a convincing two-tone dash. SZ-T and SZ5 cars get a decidedly aftermarket Pioneer colour touchscreen which is pretty unresponsive, tricky to navigate and low resolution. However, its standard Apple CarPlay makes it far more acceptable, and Suzuki promises this Pioneer unit will be swapped out for the Baleno's system in time. SZ3 cars get a more simple system that feature DAB and Bluetooth connection.