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2021 Suzuki Ignis Series II review

Australia’s smallest SUV has had a midlife makeover.

2017 Suzuki Ignis long-term review, report six: farewell

After six months in the CarAdvice garage, it's time to say goodbye to the Suzuki Ignis – a micro car we've come to love and appreciate for its value, flexibility and funky design.

2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX auto long-term review, report five: engine, gearbox and efficiency

Five months with a car in your personal garage pretty much tells you everything you need to know about its foibles and individual characteristics. That’s even more the case when the vehicle in question encourages you to drive it as often as we drove the 2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX – as I’ve written in previous updates, my partner and I tend to favour the Ignis above just about every other test vehicle...

2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX auto long-term review, report four: around-town practicality

Those of you wondering whether I like micro cars should probably know that I own a late first-gen Smart Fortwo – yes, I’m a little partial to the idea of a useful city car. That could be part of the reason I ended up as custodian of the 2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX… We’ve had the Smart for nearly three years now, and on a weekend, it almost always gets used more than any big dollar press car...

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2017 Suzuki Ignis review

Read the full article here. The Suzuki Ignis is back from the dead after a decade-long absence, the latest in the brand’s growing line of reborn '90s nameplates including the Vitara and Baleno. Moreover, it's affixed to one of the most intrinsically likeable cars you can buy...

2017 Suzuki Ignis - 2016 Paris Motor Show

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Suzuki Ignis Comparisons

2018 Kia Picanto X-Line v Suzuki Ignis comparison

Australia is one of the world's more heavily urbanised populations, so it's incongruous that this nation of city slickers ignores cars with the smallest footprints. Yet we do. Well, not entirely. The Kia Picanto has rightly been credited with revitalising the so-called 'micro car' segment, as its 69 per cent market share shows...

2017 Holden Spark LT v Suzuki Ignis GLX comparison

The market’s smallest vehicles aren’t selling quite as well as they used to, but you can’t attribute this decline to any lack of quality on the part of car makers. Two of the best, and newest, entrants are compared here: the Australian-tuned Holden Spark from Korea, and the just-launched Suzuki Ignis from Japan...

Suzuki Ignis News

2020 Suzuki Ignis recalled with fuel tank fault and fire risk

Suzuki Australia has recalled 163 examples of its 2020 Ignis SUV, citing a potential fault with the fuel tank. The affected vehicles were sold between 1 July 2020 and 30 October 2020 (Model Year 2020). The recall notice, lodged with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), says: “The fuel tank breather pipe may have been incorrectly moulded to the top of the fuel tank...

New automatic cars priced under $20,000 in Australia

There's an old saying that you should spend three months' salary on an engagement ring. According to consumer advice site, a similar rule applies when buying new cars. Ideally, it suggests, you shouldn't spend more than 15 per cent of your annual income on the purchase price of a car...

2020 Suzuki Ignis price and specs

Suzuki’s facelifted 2020 Ignis city SUV has joined Australian showrooms with revised styling – and a price increase across the board. The 2020 ‘Series II’ Ignis comes in two trim levels, with pricing opening at $17,990 plus on-road costs for the five-seater GL and $19,990 plus on-road costs for the four-seater GLX...

2021 Suzuki Ignis facelift unveiled, here in May - UPDATED

Updated (February 6): Suzuki Australia has confirmed the revised Ignis will go on sale locally from May this year with details to be announced closer to that date. The facelifted Suzuki Ignis has been launched in Japan. Up front the big change for the Ignis is the upper grille treatment, which now features two U-shaped ports on either of the Suzuki badge...

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Suzuki Ignis Owner Reviews

2018 Suzuki Ignis GL review

With great, young styling, and while being fun to drive and super economical, the Ignis 5-speed always puts a smile on your face - especially when refueling. I average 4.6 litres per 100 kilometres, which is handy considering I travel 1000km per week (Leura, Blue Mountains to Ingleburn NSW every day). The 1...

2017 Suzuki Ignis GLX review

Having been in the market for a car that is as minimal fuss as possible after having been a long-suffering VW owner, my demands were pretty simple – I was looking for the ultimate urban daily – simple to service, easy to park, fun to drive and with as many mod-cons as my budget could stretch to. The Ignis stood out as quite the Jack-of-all-trades...

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