The official price list of the 2020 Maruti Ignis BSVI model has been revealed after a table of incorrect prices was 'leaked' a while ago. The facelift costs a tad higher than the pre-facelift version.
Ahead of the government’s BS-VI-conversion deadline, Maruti Suzuki has launched the 2020 Ignis facelift in India at a starting price tag of Rs 4.89 lakh (ex-showroom). The crossover-hatchback was first showcased at the Auto Expo 2020. The carmaker has made subtle cosmetic tweaks inside and out.
The 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system now features updated graphics and better connectivity through multip
Outside, the Ignis facelift gets an all-new grille which can also be found on the Maruti S-Presso. Moreover, the hatchback also gets newly designed bumpers upfront and at the back, revised fog lamp housings and the sporty-looking roof-mounted spoiler is now a standard option. The side profile of the Ignis facelift employs the same set of blacked-out alloy wheels, body-coloured wing mirrors with integrated side indicators and body-coloured door handles.
The rear profile of the B1-segment hatchback features a revised taillamp design and as we’ve mentioned previously a more aggressive bumper. Along with the changes in design details, Maruti has also added new colour palettes to the existing options list. The new colour shades include- Lucent Orange and Turquoise Blue, along with three new dual-colour options for added zest. While changes might be minimal, the overall design of the new Ignis does look a lot more refreshing.
Inside, the Maruti Ignis facelift remains nearly identical barring the addition of Maruti’s latest version of SmartPlay infotainment system. The 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system now features updated graphics and better connectivity through multiple options. While the previous SmartPlay unit was sourced by BOSCH, this new version comes from the house of Clarion.
Now let’s get to the biggest update that Maruti has given the 2020 Ignis - the BS-VI K12 petrol engine. The power ratings remain the same at 85 PS and 113 Nm of twisting force. The transmission duties, on the other hand, are performed by a 5-speed manual and 5-speed AMT. The biggest difference comes with the addition of a more restrictive catalytic converter in order to meet the upcoming regulated emission standards.