Suzuki launched the India-made Suzuki Ignis in Nepal at the NADA Auto Show 2017 today. Along with the stock vehicle, the company is showcasing an accessorised Suzuki Ignis at the show. Here are live images from the venue.
The Suzuki Ignis in the images features a number of styling accessories. Up front, the car has fog lamp garnish, bumper garnish, ORVM housing and body side moulding - in a reddish orange. Up top, there's a roof wrap in an orange-black two-tone scheme. The interior is in the standard specification.
The Ignis is 3,700 mm long, 1,690 mm wide and 1,595 mm tall. It has a 2,435 mm wheelbase and offers a high ground clearance of 180 mm. The Nepali-spec Suzuki Ignis is powered by the K12 1.2-litre VVT petrol engine that produces 83 PS at 6,000 rpm and 113 Nm of torque at 4,200 rpm. A 5-speed manual transmission sends power to the wheels. There's no 5-speed AMT option. In this configuration, the car delivers a fuel economy of 20.89 km/l.
The Ignis is available in Nepal in Delta, Zeta and Alpha grades. The Zeta and Alpha grades have an option for dual-tone colour scheme too. Prices start at NPR 28,89,000 (INR 18,05,251.33) and go up to NPR 35,19,000 (INR 21,98,919.85).