An Australian reviewer is quite impressed with the 2023 Suzuki Ignis. CarSauce is a prominent automobile media house Down Under. He reviews the Ignis in depth. Suzuki has a global reputation for producing budget-friendly city cars that offer a comprehensive package, addressing factors such as pricing, features, fuel efficiency, and more. These are the practical elements that most prospective car buyers seek in their vehicles. That is exactly what pushes the reviewer to call the Ignis so good. Let’s delve into the specifics.
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Australian Reviewer on Suzuki Ignis
The car expert likes the exterior of the Ignis. It has a large headlamp cluster with integrated LED DRLs, a 4-slat grille with chrome surrounds, a sturdy bumper with a silver skid plate to protect the underbelly and fog lamps. On the sides, there are 16-inch alloy wheels, black inserts on the fenders, prominent wheel arches, black side body skirting, 90-degree opening doors and practical roof rails. At the rear, the Ignis gets LED taillamps, black housings on the extreme edge of the bumper, a rugged skid plate and a tall boy stance. Overall, the car feels like a crossover SUV.
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Interior and Features
On the inside, the features are quite fundamental. There is a part-digital driver’s instrument cluster, a touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plenty of storage spaces, a large glovebox, automatic HVAC, steering mounted controls, a decent audio system, charging ports, a dual-tone dashboard, sliding rear seats, fabric seats, high seating position offering great visibility outside, adjustable rear headrests and more.
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Specs and Driving Impressions
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis has a 1.2-litre 4-cylinder petrol engine. It makes a decent 90 hp and 120 Nm of peak power and torque. There are options of choosing between a 5-speed manual or a CVT automatic gearbox. The 0-100 km/h acceleration takes 12.46 secs. It has a short turning radius making it great for city use. Apart from that, the ride quality is quite decent. However, there is some body roll due to the upright and tall boy stance. If you wish to get your hands on one of these, you could get it for an attractive $26,490 AUD incl. on the road for this GLX top model. The reviewer mentions that this is so good because it delivers on what it promises.
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