Refreshed Maruti Suzuki Ignis launched at Rs 4.79 lakh

    Published On Feb 27, 2019 11:31:00 AM

    82942 Views

    img

    Updated Maruti Suzuki Ignis gets more safety features and roof rails; available in one engine and two gearbox options.

    Maruti Suzuki has announced pricing for the updated Ignis hatchback. The refreshed Ignis will be continued to be sold via Maruti’s Nexa premium dealerships and is now priced from Rs 4.79 lakh.Unlike the recently updated Baleno, the refreshed Ignis does not get any styling tweaks and the model continues to look the same as the one that was launched back in 2017.

    The refreshed Ignis now gets reverse parking sensors, a speed alert system and a passenger side seatbelt reminder as standard. Additionally, the Zeta and Alpha variants now come with roof rails as standard. Interestingly, Maruti Suzuki continues to offer the Smartplay infotainment system from the outgoing model, which means the Ignis does not get the SmartPlay Studio that was recently introduced on the Baleno facelift and the all-new Wagon R.

    The Maruti Suzuki Ignis remains mechanically unchanged. It’s powered by the same 1.2-litre petrol engine good for 83hp and 113Nm of torque. Gearbox options include a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT.

    At Rs 4.79 lakh, the updated Ignis is priced slightly higher than the outgoing model, which was priced from Rs 4.67 lakh onwards.The top-spec Alpha MT now costs Rs 6.67 lakh as opposed to Rs 6.51 lakh earlier.

    Key rivals to the Ignis include the Ford Freestyle and the Mahindra KUV100 NXT.

    Maruti Suzuki Ignis variant-wise prices (ex-showroom, Delhi)
    VariantNew IginisOld Ignis
    Ignis SigmaRs 4.79 lakhRs 4.67 lakh
    Ignis DeltaRs 5.40 lakhRs 5.28 lakh
    Ignis ZetaRs 5.82 lakhRs 5.69 lakh
    Ignis AlphaRs 6.67 lakhRs 6.51 lakh
    Ignis Delta ATRs 5.87 lakhRs 5.83 lakh
    Ignis Zeta ATRs 6.29 lakhRs 6.26 lakh
    Ignis Alpha ATRs 7.14 lakhRs 7.05 lakh

    Also see:

    2019MarutiSuzukiErtiga review, road test

    MarutiSuzukiWagon R EV to support fast charging

    MarutiSuzukiBaleno recall announced

    2017 Maruti Suzuki Ignis long term review, final report

    What do you think about this News
    Ask Autocar Anything about Car and Bike Buying and Maintenance Advices
    Need an expert opinion on your car and bike related queries?
    Ask Now
    Poll of the month

    What do you think of Ford's new CBU only India plan?

    CBU imports will be too expensive for most

     

    74%

    Finally! Some 'proper' all-American Fords

     

    26%

    Total Votes : 1053
    Sign up for our newsletter

    Get all the latest updates from the automobile universe