What used Suzuki Ignis hatchback will I get for my budget?
The Suzuki Ignis is still relatively new, which means prices are still somewhat in flux and those of the earliest cars still haven’t settled down. Nevertheless, at the time of writing, prices start at around £8000 for the earliest, most basic cars. That means the Ignis is more expensive to buy than most of its rivals – even the Volkswagen Up, which is one of the more costly city cars, is cheaper.
How much does it cost to run a Suzuki Ignis hatchback?
Not a great deal. No matter which model of Ignis you choose, fuel economy doesn’t drop below a combined average of 60mpg in official tests, with the most efficient variant, the SHVS, getting more than 65mpg. That's certainly on a par with most rivals, though the most efficient versions of the Volkswagen Up are even more frugal on paper. However where the Ignis really scores is out on the road, where it gets incredibly close to those figures, and that's rare in this day and age. Indeed, in 2018, we gave it our True MPG award, for the car that got closest to its official figures in our real-world tests.