The Suzuki Ignis is a dinky SUV that’s well priced and neatly packaged. Only its stodgy handling and so-so interior quality let it downread the full model review
Still sold at a competitive price, but it’s probably best sticking to SZ-T. This trim adds LED headlights, rear electric windows, a leather steering wheel, keyless entry and start, climate and cruise control, and automatic emergency braking.
The engine's 89bhp sounds modest, but the Ignis doesn't struggle. The usual rules apply; with only a maximum of 88lb ft to call upon at 4400rpm, quick sprints require patience. But this is an engine that has no issue with being pushed.