What should I look for in a used Suzuki Ignis hatchback?
The Suzuki Ignis is still a fairly new model, so it should come as no surprise that we haven’t heard of any major issues to be concerned about yet. Hopefully that will continue to be the case, but you should still check any Ignis over to make sure everything works. Check, too, that the interior’s still in good condition – with the cheap materials and plain surfaces used throughout, the Ignis’s interior is easy to damage and mark, especially if it’s had heavy family use. In SHVS models, cycle through the information display on the dashboard to show the level of hybrid battery charge on your test drive, and make sure it’s still charging up as you slow down in traffic.
What are the most common problems with a used Suzuki Ignis hatchback?
Is a used Suzuki Ignis hatchback reliable?
Unfortunately, the Ignis is still too new for it to have featured in any of our Reliability Surveys, but Suzuki as a manufacturer earned an impressive rating of 86.6%, which meant it finished in fourth place overall out of 32 manufacturers.