Based on a new generation platform, the all-new Maruti Ignis claimed to be lighter yet robust compared to its sibling, Baleno, which has the similar one. Aesthetically, it looks familiar, appears to be an elder brother of WagonR with the added some characteristics of crossover including the grille, high ground clearance and beefy muscles on the sides and solid character lines. Adopting a hex-shaped design, the grill itself is larger flanked by the full LED powered projector headlamps along with U-shaped LED daytime running lights. However, so-called projector lamps and DRLs come fitted with only the top-spec model whereas the base variant house regular halogen units. Some of the other noteworthy features are enlisted below, do have a look.
Being a premium urban compact, the Ignis offers comfortable heated seats and a host of tech equipment. The cabin looks much similar to those of the hatches - the Baleno and the Swift. The highlights include the dual-tone dash, smart play Infotainment system and orange border on several details of dash and door panel. For easy convenience, the car comes with several electronic and manually adjustable parts like, exterior mirrors adjustment and folding, height adjustable driver seat, steering adjustment and many others. Read on and check-out inside the cabin highlights of the Ignis.
Power and Mileage:- The same Baleno-powered drivetrain including petrol and diesel made its way to the Maruti Ignis along with both manual and automatic transmission. Albeit, the AMT version is not available in the top-end Alpha variant and only comes in the mid-spec Delta and Zeta variants. The specifications of the petrol engine include a 1.2-litre K-series generating 83 PS of power with 113 Nm of torque, while the diesel is powered by a 1.3-litre unit producing a power of 75 PS with 190 Nm of torque. The automaker claims a fuel efficiency figure of 20.89 kmpl for the petrol and 26.80 kmpl for the diesel.
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With the implementation of the Indian government's new car assessment programme, BNVSAP (Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program) under which every new vehicle sold in the country to pass this test, every automaker is offering some exciting safety features as standard. Likewise, Maruti has also offered safety equipments like ISOFIX Child Seat Anchorages, Seat Belt Pre-tensioners with Force Limiters, Dual Front Airbags, Pedestrian Protection, Full Frontal, Frontal Offset, Side Impact Safe and Suzuki TECT Body across all the trim levels. ABS and EBD are also there as a regular attachment. Mentioned below some other noticeable features, do have a glance.