Ignis facelift is slightly costlier than earlier, get more features
2019 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Facelift Overview
- Ignis gets more standard safety features
- Prices have been increased slightly
- Zeta and Alpha variants gets certain new features as well
- No styling changes have been made
Maruti Suzuki India Limited has updated it’s micro SUV, Ignis.2019 Maruti Suzuki Ignis Facelift doesn’t see any design changes, only the roof rails are added in the Zeta and Alpha trims.The micro SUV receives an increase in price upto Rs. 13,000.Here is the complete price list of Ignis Facelift 2019:
|Variants||Petrol Manual||Petrol Automatic|
|Sigma||Rs. 4.79 Lakhs||–|
|Delta||Rs. 5.40 Lakhs||Rs. 5.87 Lakhs|
|Zeta||Rs. 5.82 Lakhs||Rs. 6.29 Lakhs|
|Alpha||Rs. 6.67 Lakhs||Rs. 7.14 Lakhs|
*All Prices, Ex-Showroom, Delhi
At the Launch of Ignis Facelift, Maruti Suzuki India Limited – Senior Executive Director (Marketing and Sales), R.S Kalsi stated, “Today, Ignis has changed the way customers look at the premium compact segment. Ignis has established itself as a complete package for those who seek the unconventional. Taking passenger safety to next level, we have loaded Ignis with more safety features. These will be offered as standard across all variants. To enhance the design of Ignis and give it a strong road presence, new roof rails are offered in Zeta and Alpha variants. We are confident that the updated version of Ignis will be even more attractive for the premium urban car user.”
Increase in price of Ignis has been equalled by new standard safety features.The new safety features of Sigma model includes reverse parking sensors, high speed alert system and front passenger seatbelts reminder.The Zeta variant of new Ignis gains updated smart play infotainment system which is also seen on New WagonR and Baleno Facelift.
The top-end model of Ignis 2019 which is priced between Rs. 6.67 Lakhs and Rs. 7.14 Lakhs depending upon whether you opt for manual or automatic transmission also comes with projector headlamps and LED day time running lights.
It still only comes with a 1.2-litre petrol VVT unit with figures of 83 BHP and 115 NM.It is mated to a 5-speed manual and AGS gearbox with both the units claiming certified fuel economy of 20.89 kmpl.The diesel variant of Ignis has been discontinued in 2018 due to low demand.In terms of dimensions, it still remains the same.
Maruti Suzuki Ignis comes in 4 variants – Sigma, Delta, Zeta and Alpha.Colour schemes includes Next Blue, Tinsel Blue, Silky Silver, Pearl Arctic White, Glistening Grey and Uptown Red.Three dual tone paints on offer includes Uptown Red and Midnight Black, Tinsel Blue and Midnight Black, Tinsel Blue and Pearl Arctic White.