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Suzuki Ignis

  • tickFunky styling
  • tickCheap to buy and economical to run
  • tickTardis-like interior space

Suzuki Ignis Hatchback (2020 - )

Suzuki pitches the Ignis as a miniature SUV, which it backs up by offering an all-wheel drive version under the brand’s Allgrip branding at the top of the range. As such it can function as a fun runabout for city and country dwellers alike, a facelift for the 2020 model year introducing an improved engine with ‘mild’ hybrid assistance to improve efficiency and CO2 numbers. An automatic gearbox option on two-wheel drive versions is another noteworthy feature for a car of this size. What the Ignis lacks in space, refinement and squishy plastics it makes up for in charm and charisma, though it’s worth pointing out only the higher-spec versions get the safety gear we’d consider essential in this day and age.
Our verdict

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How we rated this car out of 5 on the following

Suzuki Ignis running costs

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Suzuki Ignis safety

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Suzuki Ignis features

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Suzuki Ignis reliability

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Suzuki Ignis interior

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Suzuki Ignis performance

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Our expert review

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The Ignis isn’t quite the bargain it was when we first tested it but it’s still an affordable car and, for all its small size, you get a lot for your money. To be fair that increase in price does now include the mild hybrid system, which was a cost option previously and improves the fuel consumption and CO2 figures. This helps a little on tax and petrol costs, though it’s worth bearing in mind it’s really more of a sophisticated start/stop system and can’t power the car on electric power alone like a ‘full’ hybrid – click here for a full explanation of how different hybrid systems work

Unfortunately for Suzuki the Fiat Panda now also features a similar mild hybrid system on its two-wheel drive versions and is cheaper to buy, as well as feeling a tad more substantial. There aren’t many small cars in this sector with the option of all-wheel drive but the Panda offers this too and is, again, cheaper to buy than the Suzuki, though the Panda 4x4 gets an old engine and is considerably worse on CO2 and fuel consumption.

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