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Euro-spec Suzuki Ignis front three quarters

European-spec Suzuki Ignis to debut at Paris Motor Show

Will go on sale in January 2017 in European markets. Suzuki has confirmed that the 2016 Paris Motor Show will host the European debut of the Suzuki Ignis crossover next month. Along with the Suzuki Ignis’s European debut, this year’s Paris

Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept front

Suzuki Ignis to launch in Germany next year – Report

Was showcased with a 4WD system at the Tokyo show. According to German news agency RP Online, the all-new Suzuki Ignis will go on sale in Germany next year. It will be the second all-new Suzuki product for the German market, as the company plans to introduce

Suzuki Ignis front quarters at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Suzuki Ignis to launch in 2017 in Italy – Report

Gets an optional 4WD system. According to a report on Motori.corriere.it, the Suzuki Ignis will be available in Italy beginning 2017. The publication was told about the Ignis’s introduction by Junya Kumataki, who is responsible for product development

Suzuki Ignis headlights at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

India-bound Suzuki Ignis – Video

Gets 4WD as an option. Following is a video of the Suzuki Ignis which made its premiere at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show last month. [Head to YouTube if you’re unable to watch the video above.] The Ignis measures 3,700 mm in length, 1,660 mm in width,

Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept front three quarter left

Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept – 2015 Tokyo Live

Aside from the debut of the Suzuki Ignis, the company is also showcasing the Suzuki Ignis Trail Concept at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. Suzuki says that the concept “expands upon the Ignis concept of urban and outdoor versatility by offering even

Suzuki Ignis front quarter at 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

India-bound Suzuki Ignis – 2015 Tokyo Live

Gets the SHVS mild hybrid technology. Suzuki has conducted the world premiere of the Suzuki Ignis at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show today. Based on the iM-4 concept which was revealed at the Geneva Motor Show this year, the Ignis marks Suzuki’s entry