Sabtu, 10 Desember 2016

Micro SUV Suzuki Ignis in the test


Ooooch how cute. Admit it, that's exactly what you were thinking. The new Suzuki Ignis belongs to the relatively rare genre of micro-SUVs and it gives the viewer the same feelings as the sight of a clumsy dog-puppy. But do not let yourself be deceived, because with these knotty-jacked 3.70 meters is almost everything new and a bunch of serious technology is also in it. According to the Japanese, the new Ignis (apart from the name reminds very little of the somewhat uninhibited small car Suzuki built up to 2008) is not a higher-ranking small car with a few plastic skins, but a car designed from the beginning as a genuine SUV. That's why it has 180 millimeters of ground clearance and you can get it on request also with all-wheel drive. Velvet hillside aid and some kind of terrain mode. In this context, Suzuki likes to talk a lot about "heritage" and something "iconic" that the Ignis should continue. From a manufacturer who gave us models like the Samurai or the Jimny, you can also expect at least a basic measure of dirt road suitability. The Ignis may look like the Tiny Toons version of an offroader, but a blender is not.

Great optics
Although Suzuki quite frankly admits that her new SUV dwarf is mainly based on the social media-affine "Generation Y". Say: Bright colors, cheap prices, a large touch screen and Apple Carplay / Android car should be significantly more realistic than the half-accident-free ride to the ski lodge. Accordingly, the cheaper standard 90-hp front-wheel drive (there is also a mild hybrid version) will probably make up the bulk of the sales. For him as for all other versions of Ignis: With his droll-mischievous appearance, you would like to throw your own Pokéball and catch him forever. The front looks great. Compared to the study iM4 almost nothing has changed here. The wide jaws and the wheels placed completely in the corners also look cool. And then there would be these three Adidas-moderate strips in the C-pillars. A reminiscence of the 1970s Supermini SC100, better known as Whizzkid. He had a rear engine and needed the ventilation slots. The Ignis does not need them, but carries them with pride. It is angular, crisp, droll, reduced and modern. Much better you can not design a City-Flitzer. Only at the stern does he get a little bit of air. It seems as if you had cut a big piece and forgot to put it back. So the Ignis is even smaller than he already is. And quite seriously: if you are so stupid, this car is actually even more tiny than in the pictures.

Inside a giant
It is all the more beautiful that the tinyness dripping from all pores has a surprisingly little effect on the interior. The Ignis stands on a new platform with (in proportion) relatively large 2.43 meter wheelbase and a space-optimized, rather small engine compartment. At the front, two adults also have a very airy width. At the back, the rear bench can be moved back and forth by a total of 17 centimeters. If they have been transported backwards, the space conditions in the rear are almost monumental for people over 1.80 meters tall. And even then still 267 liters luggage compartment (204 in the four-wheel drive version). If you change everything, go a maximum of 1,100 liters into the Ignis. How to create so much space in so little space is still a mystery to me. Here the engineers really did a lot of work.

Cheap but good
As far as the cockpit is concerned, it was also not slurred. The materials are anything but solid, but the whole thing looks surprisingly well with the colored accents, the chic climate module and the large, high-quality touchscreen. Yes, the plastic is in some places very thin and rickety, there is no middle armrest, no elaborate instruments and the steering wheel can only be adjusted in height. But if you are more likely to be practical and price-conscious, then you should not be disturbed at all. The disadvantages of the material Suzuki has made up with the playful-trendy design quite well. Depending on the version, the Ignis provides a navi, various smartphone connectivity and a - in view of size and price - quite impressive arsenal of assistance systems. Two cameras in the front windscreen provide Ignis drivers with an emergency braking function with pedestrian detection, a trail warning alert as well as a fatigue warning.

Real light weight
The new Suzuki Ignis is powered exclusively by a 1.2-liter four-cylinder sucker with 90 hp, 120 Newtonmeter and five-speed manual transmission. Why the 111 hp strong three-cylinder turbo from the Baleno is not part of the game is a little incomprehensible, but Suzuki keeps itself i
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