The Ignis looks bonkers and is fun to drive; and, for many buyers, that will be enough.
The Ignis name returns to UK after a decade in the wilderness. While the old car was a bland, boxy supermini, the latest Ignis has been reinvented as a riotous looking compact urban crossover.
The S-Cross’ startling nose job may well polarise opinion, but the latest range of petrol engines and affordable entry price are sure to be met with universal approval.
European version of new Suzuki Ignis city car debuts in Paris, reborn as a dinky SUV, with two- and four-wheel drive, and a hybrid model planned.