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Suzuki Ignis brochure scans leaked, India debut at 2016 Auto Expo

Suzuki Ignis Brochure
 

Slated to go on display at 2016 Auto Expo in February, official launch of the new Suzuki Ignis is only scheduled by end of this year.

Having made its debut at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show in December, the new Suzuki Ignis is positioned under the micro SUV category. A detailed brochure of the Ignis has emerged online even as the company gears up to launch the model in Japanese markets in February.

Suzuki Ignis measures 3,679 mm long, 1,579 mm high and 1,478 mm wide. It sits on a wheelbase measuring 2,435 mm and has sufficient ground clearance to tackle all kinds of bad raods and bumps. Boot volume stands at 258 liters which can be extended to 415 liters when rear seats are folded down.

Suzuki Ignis Brochure

Leaked Suzuki Ignis Brochure Scans

Suzuki Ignis will be offered in three variants – Hybrid MZ, Hybrid MX and Hybrid MG. In Japan, the car will be powered by a 1.25 liter K12C DualJet petrol, four cylinder engine capable of 91 PS power at 6,000 rpm and 118 Nm torque at 4,400 rpm mated to an SHVS mild hybrid system and an electric motor offering 3.1PS power and 50 Nm torque. Fuel efficiency of the Suzuki Ignis without AWD system stands at 28 kmpl while with the AWD system this goes down to 25.4 kmpl.

On board features include ABS and EBD as standard while where external design is concerned, the new Suzuki Ignis receives a large single slat grille, integrated projector headlamps and flared wheel arches. Interiors get an all new design with free standing touchscreen entertainment system, slim multi-function steering wheel and new instrument cluster.

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Set to be offered in India only by the end of this year, prices of the Suzuki Ignis could range between INR 4-6 lakhs while it will rival the likes of Mahindra KUV100 and the likes.

Suzuki Ignis – Brochure

Suzuki Ignis – Photos

Scans via Ganbaremmc

 

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