auto news desk,Maruti Suzuki has given a big shock to its customers. The company has increased the price of its popular small hatchback Ignis. In this regard, the company has said in the exchange filing that along with increasing some safety features, it is now going to increase its ex-showroom price. Earlier, Maruti Suzuki had increased the prices of all its cars in January as well and made them costlier by about 1.1 per cent. Now once again the prices of Ignis have been increased. Now taking any variant of Ignis, you will have to pay up to Rs 27,000 more. According to the company, the new ex-showroom price will be applicable from February 24 only. That means whoever buys Ignis now will have to pay a higher price. Although many such changes have been made in the new Ignis, which were also very important in terms of safety.
what changes have been made
The company has given Electronic Stability Program and Hill Hold Assist in the new Ignis. Along with this, it will also be E20 fuel compatible. At the same time, changes have been made in the car according to the real driving emission norms.
Ignis is known for its great looks and performance. The car is powered by 1197 cc petrol engine that produces 82 Bhp power. The company claims a mileage of 20.8 kmpl for the 5 seater Ignis. The car is available with both automatic and manual gearboxes. The company offers this car in 10 variants.
what was the cost of the car
Till now Ignis used to start from Rs. 5.28 lakh and went up to Rs. 7.78 lakh ex-showroom. But now to buy it, you will have to pay about 21 to 27 thousand rupees more on each variant.