Maruti Suzuki sells a ton of products in the international market that are also on sale in India and the Ignis is one of them.
Here is a video of a foreign media house which reviews the (Maruti) Suzuki Ignis. Ignis is a crossover hatchback that is quite popular among the younger buyers in India. It aims to offer people access to an SUV-ish product with a stylish exterior at an extremely attractive price point. That is the appeal of Ignis in India. It seems like these are the exact same reasons for its popularity in the Mexican market too. Let us check out the details of the new Ignis for Mexico.
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Foreign Media Reviews Suzuki Ignis
On the outside, the overall silhouette is similar to the Indian model. At the front, it comes with halogen headlamps, integrated turn indicators, a chrome garnished grille, a sporty bumper with a silver skid plate and fog lamps on the bumper. On the sides, there is a black element on the bonnet, fender-mounted turn indicators, 15-inch steel wheels, functional roof rails with a capacity of 50 kg, prominent wheel arches, blacked-out A and B pillars, and a tall boy stance. At the rear, there is a split taillamp unit with a sporty bumper.
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On the inside, the cabin is pretty basic with a part-digital instrument cluster, manual air-conditioning, no touchscreen infotainment system, an all-black interior colour theme, hard plastics on the dashboard, fabric upholstery, storage spaces, no central armrest, 271-litre boot space, 60:40 rear seat split and more.
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As far as the engine specifications are concerned, the Ignis comes with a 1.2-litre petrol engine that makes 83 hp and 113 Nm of peak power and torque. There are options of a 5-speed manual or a CVT automatic gearbox. It has a claimed mileage of up to 20.9 km/l. The Ignis is powered by this same powertrain in India too. What do you think about this international version of the Ignis?
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