Suzuki Ignis Leasing
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A small city car with the chunky looks of an off-roader.
All models have mild-hybrid petrol engines.
Surprisingly practical for its size
Why Lease A Suzuki Ignis?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
The Ignis is a lot bigger on the inside than it looks from the outside. That boxy shape means headroom is as generous as it can be front and rear, while the car has another practicality trick up its sleeve in the shape of a sliding rear seat (only available on the SZ-T and SZ5 trim levels). This is something usually seen on much larger family SUVs, and lets you slide the seats forwards to expand boot space (at the expense of legroom) or move them back to give passengers more room (reducing luggage volume). Standard boot capacity is 267 litres, rising to 1100 litres if you drop the rear seats altogether.
The only variable when it comes to Suzuki Ignis’ running costs is whether or not you decide to lease the top-spec model with Allgrip 4-wheel drive. That returns in the region of 52mpg, whereas all the other versions (which are front-wheel drive) should manage closer to 55mpg. Either way, it’s a respectable figure for a petrol-engined car, and with insurance and servicing also likely to be reasonable, the Ignis is one of the cheapest-to-run non-electric cars out there.
High Performance ModelsPrevious generations of the Ignis traded on links to a rallying version of the car, but the current model is a more sensible affair, so there’s no hot-hatch variant on offer.
The Suzuki Ignis Vs Competitors
The Ignis is a simple and sturdy little car with not much to go wrong, so it should give years of worry-free service
If you go for SZ-T or SZ5 trim, then it depends, as they get a sliding rear seat. But the standard figure is 267 litres with seats up or 1100 with them down. Note that Allgrip 4-wheel drive reduces the former figure to 204 litres.
There are just 3 – SZ3, SZ-T and SZ5. The latter is the only 1 available with 4-wheel drive, but SZ-T is probably the value-for-money sweet spot, coming with most of the kit that most people consider essential.
No, SZ-T and SZ5 trims have a reversing camera, while the entry-level SZ3 has no parking aids at all. But this is a very compact car with good all-round visibility, so it’s easy to park.
Much more practical than you might think at first glance. The combination of its boxy shape and clever touches like the sliding rear seat bench mean it can be a very versatile tool.
Suzuki has a small but devoted following in the UK, thanks to its line-up of good-value, practical and unpretentious cars, and the Ignis is perhaps the best embodiment of these characteristics.
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