Suzuki Ignis 3-door

Suzuki will be bringing its full range of cars and SUVs to The Sunday Times Motor Show Live at Birmingham’s NEC.

As well as two fascinating concepts - including the car that provides a pointer to the appearance of the new Suzuki Swift to be launched later this year - visitors will also be able to see the latest Ignis 3-door reintroduced by Suzuki following popular demand.

With its sharp looks – it uses the same bodyshell as the rally-derived Ignis Sport – agile handling and excellent manoeuvrability, the Ignis 3-door is designed for life in the city. Its innovative, compact design provides the satisfaction of driving something that little bit different, yet it is spacious inside and boasts an extensive equipment list that includes front fog lamps; new seat and interior fabrics; redesigned front grille and new wheel trims for a more contemporary look; power assisted steering; front electric windows and door mirrors; central door locking and tinted glass – all for just £7,499 on the road. Power is provided by a lively 83 PS 1.3 litre engine driving through a 5-speed manual gearbox, and Combined fuel consumption is an excellent 44.1 mpg.

The Ignis 3-door specification reflects the increased equipment levels recently introduced across the complete Suzuki range at no extra cost, and all models now feature a radio/CD player, driver and passenger front airbags and ABS anti-lock braking with Electronic Brakeforce Distribution as standard.

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Published : 17/05/04 Author : Melanie Carter

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