- Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and Hill Hold Assist are now standard across all variants of Maruti Ignis
- With addition of new safety feature Maruti has hiked Ignis prices by ₹27,000 and now starts at ₹5.55 lakh (ex-showroom)
Maruti Suzuki has updated the Ignis with two important safety features – Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and Hill Hold Assist. These two features are now standard across all variants of 2023 Maruti Ignis. This provides an added safety to Maruti customers considering the fact that in safety the brand is always questioned.
2023 Maruti Ignis – ₹27k Price Hike
With addition of two safety features as standard Maruti Suzuki has also hiked the prices of Ignis. The small urban SUV gets a price hike of ₹27,000 across all variants. After this the base price of Ignis is ₹5.55 lakh (ex-showroom). From 24th Feb 2023 new prices are applicable and this makes the car little bit expensive.
As Real Driving Emmision (RDE) norms are kicking in from April 2023 Maruti Ignis engine is now fully compliant to it. The engine on the car now offers reduced vibration and noises. Maruti now only offers the Ignis in 1.2-litre petrol engine. This engine offers 83 PS of power and 113 Nm of torque with 5-speed manual and AMT gearbox.
Earlier in 2018 Maruti Suzuki pulled the plug on diesel engine of the Ignis. This engine used to put out 74 BHP and 190 Nm but was very heavy that didn’t suited the lightweight platform of the car.
2023 Maruti Ignis Nexa Black Edition
Few weeks back Maruti Ignis got new Nexa Black Edition just like every model that retails from the premium dealership. It was to celebrate 40th anniversary of the brand. On Ignis this edition was limited to Zeta and Alpha variants only. Prices were same as of the standard variants but buyers can opt for limited accessory package on this edition priced at ₹22,990.