India-made Maruti Ignis (Suzuki Ignis) exported to Indonesia

India-made Maruti Ignis (Suzuki Ignis) exported to Indonesia

According to the spy shots from Autonetmagz, the India-made Suzuki Ignis is exported to the Indonesia market. The Ignis expected to be launched by end of this month or in the next month. Indonesia will be the first Ignis export market for the Indian car market leader.

Related: Suzuki expects India to be third highest car market by 2020

The variants of the Indonesia-specific Suzuki Ignis leaked in the last month and it is reported to be launched in three grades, GL, GLX and GLX AT and priced at Rp. 139.5 million, Rp. 159.5 million and Rp. 169.5 million respectively. The Suzuki Ignis will give the toughest competition to the Toyota Etios, Honda Brio, Mitsubishi Mirage and Nissan March.

The Suzuki Ignis offered with one engine option, 1.2L four-cylinder K-series petrol engine, which is rated at 83 PS (61 kW) of power and the torque of 113Nm. The automatic variant offers with the 5-speed AGS – Auto Gear Shift and the basic variants to be featured with the 5-speed manual gearbox. The Maruti Ignis returns the ARAI certified mileage of 20.89kmpl in Indian road conditions. The company is expecting that around mileage will be returned by the Indonesia-specific Ignis.

Related: Passenger Vehicle reported 9% sales growth in February in India

The new car features the high range of equipment including automatic climate control, steering mounted audio controls, roof rails, LED headlamps with daytime running lights, automatic climate control, 7-inch touch screen infotainment with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, foglamps with chrome embellisher, as well.

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