Ignis amt review
It has a unique and funky design. Customisation options are available with smart packaging!. It has good legroom and headroom in such a small car with the 260-litre boot. Peppy petrol & efficient diesel. The AMT is available with both engines with dual airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat anchors are standard across all variants. Maruti has a widespread service network, excellent after-sales support & fuss-free ownership experiences. Features such as LED projector headlamps, DRLs, reversing camera, Apple & Android ICE, navigation, electrically-foldable ORVMs etc is available. Simply overpriced, not a VFM Maruti. You can buy more accomplished cars for the same (Grand i10) or a little more (Baleno) money. Overall, the unconventional looks will polarize opinions. AMT, although improved but still can't match conventional ATs on smoothness and speed. Narrow cabin width. The rear seat is better for 2 adults than 3, 32-liter fuel tank is too small for this segment. Even the humble Alto gets a larger tank. Since the Ignis replaces the Ritz, we expected it to be priced at par with the outgoing model. But, this is not the case. Being sold through the "premium" Nexa chain has resulted in a higher sticker price than what was expected. This is especially true for the top end Alpha trim, which is simply too expensive. To top it off, Maruti is charging nearly 1.2 lakhs for the diesel engine over the petrol. The top-end diesel variant of the Ignis is more expensive than the Swift hatchback, which was earlier positioned above the Ritz in the model line-up. The more competent Baleno parked in the same showroom isn't too far away in pricing when you look at it in EMI terms. Does Maruti probably believe that millennials have money to spend on a unique proposition and have priced the car such Which company would say no to maximizing profits? The saving grace is the price of the AMT, thanks to the cheaper technology, the Ignis AMT undercuts the Grand i10. Maruti is also the only one in this segment offering an AMT with a diesel engine. What is absolutely inexplicable is Maruti's stubbornness to not offer the AMT in the top spec. The AMT Ignis is available only in the middle Delta and Zeta trims. This means it loses out on useful features like seat height adjustment and the touchscreen infotainment. Someone looking at the AMT will have to settle for lesser features, which is sad as an Alpha AMT would be a perfect option for someone looking at a city hatch with a premium feel.
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