2023 Suzuki Ignis
About the Suzuki Ignis
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis light SUV is now available with a new flagship version that foreshadows a rollout of personalised blacked-out variants across the brand’s wider range.
The Ignis Shadow is technically the second model to receive the blacked-out Shadow treatment, following the Baleno Shadow special edition designed to send off the popular light hatchback in Australia.
Unlike the Baleno Shadow, the Ignis Shadow is a permanent model. Customer deliveries are commencing imminently.
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Suzuki Ignis Range Guide
The entry-level GL comes standard with the following standard features:
- 15-inch steel wheels
- Space saver spare wheel
- Halogen headlights
- Front fog lights
- Roof rails
- 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system
- Wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
- Satellite navigation
- USB connectivity
- Four-speaker sound system
- Cruise control
- Leather-wrapped steering wheel
- Fabric upholstery
- Five seats
- 60/40 split-folding rear seats
Stepping up to the GLX removes a rear seatbelt, making it a four-seater, and adds the following:
- 16-inch alloy wheels
- Automatic LED headlights
- Privacy glass
- Six-speaker sound system
- Single-zone climate control
- Keyless entry and start
- Four seats
- 50/50 split-folding rear seats
- Sliding and reclining rear seats
The Shadow adds:
- Black side decals
- Black roof spoiler
- Shadow badge
Price & Specs
The Ignis Shadow is based on the top-of-the-range GLX variant and gains a black roof spoiler, black side decals, and a Shadow badge. These features are all added locally.
This second-generation Ignis first arrived on Australian shores in late 2016 and received a mid-life update in 2020.
The ‘Series II’ update was centred around cosmetic changes to the Ignis and didn’t bring any additional safety kit, nor did it bring the mild-hybrid powertrains offered in Europe.
Suzuki Ignis Colours
he 2023 Suzuki Ignis is available in the following exterior paint colours:
- Pure White Pearl
- Burning Red Metallic
- Mineral Grey Metallic
- Super Black Pearl (excludes Shadow)
- Ivory Pearl Metallic
- Khaki Pearl Metallic
All paint colours besides Pure White Pearl costs an additional $595.
How it Drives
Powering the entire 2023 Suzuki Ignis range is a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder producing 66kW of power and 120Nm of torque.
This is sent to the front wheels exclusively through a choice of a five-speed manual or a continuously-variable transmission (CVT).
In other markets, the Ignis is available with a 48V mild-hybrid system for better fuel efficiency and small bursts of extra performance, as well as all-wheel drive.
Suzuki Ignis Safety Rating
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis remains untested by ANCAP, though the European-market model received a three-star safety rating in 2016 which has since expired.
In Euro NCAP testing, the Ignis scored 79 per cent for adult occupant protection, 79 per cent for child occupant protection, 67 per cent for pedestrian detection and 25 per cent for safety assist.
Like its now-defunct Suzuki Baleno sibling, the Ignis doesn’t offer autonomous emergency braking (AEB) across the range.
AEB will be mandated for all newly introduced models in Australia from March 2023 and all models on sale in Australia from March 2025.
All 2023 Suzuki Ignis models come standard with the following safety equipment:
- Front, front-side and curtain airbags
- Brake assist system (BAS)
- Hill-hold assist
- Reversing camera
Suzuki Ignis Warranty
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis is covered by a five-year, unlimited-kilometre warranty with five years/100,000km of capped price servicing.
The service intervals are every 12 months or 15,000km, whichever occurs first, and are capped at the following:
- 12 months/15,000km $319
- 24 months/30,000km $429
- 36 months/45,000km $409
- 48 months/60,000km $449
- 60 months/75,000km $349
Suzuki Ignis Fuel Economy
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis uses 4.7L/100km on the combined cycle with the manual and 4.9L/100km with the CVT.
It runs on 91RON regular unleaded petrol and has a 32L fuel tank.
Depending on the variant, view the 2023 SUZUKI IGNIS fuel usage below.
All Highway, City, and Combined figures below are litres per 100km
|GL||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.7||-|
|GL (QLD)||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.7||-|
|GL||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.9||-|
|GL (QLD)||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.9||-|
|GLX||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.9||-|
|GLX (QLD)||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.9||-|
|GLX SHADOW||MF SERIES II MY22||4D WAGON||PREMIUM UNLEADED PETROL||-||-||4.9||-|
Suzuki Ignis Dimensions
The 2023 Suzuki Ignis measures in at 1660mm wide, 1595mm tall, and 3700mm long with a 2435mm wheelbase.
With rear seats upright, the Ignis GL has a boot capacity of 271L, whereas the GLX and Shadow have a boot capacity of 264L.
This can be expanded with the rear seats folded to 1101L in the GL and 1104L in the GLX and Shadow. Both of these figures are measured to the roof rather than the lower window.
The 2023 SUZUKI IGNIS measures 3700mm long, 1660mm wide and 1595mm tall, with a 2435mm tall wheelbase.
Suzuki Ignis Market Fit
The Suzuki Ignis is categorised as a SUV LIGHT and has a price range of $21,490 to $25,990.