Motoring: Suzuki Ignis is a city SUV that’s not just for the city
A small car with a big personality, the Ignis is a real hoot to drive around town, and it’s not out of its depth away from urban areas either
It’s not easy to pigeonhole the Suzuki Ignis. Its diminutive dimensions suggest it’s a city car, and its low starting price of €15,560 backs that up. Yet it has been designed like no other small hatchback on the market.
Indeed, its unique appearance has more than a little SUV about it, with a high roof topped with rails, raised ground clearance and faux underbody protection front and rear. Look closer and...
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