Maruti Suzuki Ignis Review: Interesting Innovation


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I would suggest to go for 185/60/15 instead of 185/65/15. By choosing 185/65, your GC would increase which is not advisable on a car that has good GC compromising handling manners. Look for 185/60/15 from Michelin or Conti. Conti CC5' are a good choice.
 
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I guess opting to 185/65 wont increase the GC by any way rather it retains the same 180mm, Correct me if am wrong. Also going with 185/60 would rather decrease the GC (Stock 175/65/R15)
I would suggest to go for 185/60/15 instead of 185/65/15. By choosing 185/65, your GC would increase which is not advisable on a car that has good GC compromising handling manners. Look for 185/60/15 from Michelin or Conti. Conti CC5' are a good choice.
 
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Maruti Ignis Limited Edition: Pricing REVEALED

Days ago, Maruti Suzuki revealed a Limited Edition version of the Ignis hatchback. While the car was revealed with a video to accompany, what remained under wraps was the pricing. Thanks to IAB, we now know that the Limited Edition variant of the Ignis will be pricier than the regular variant by Rs. 42,875. Essentially, the Ignis Limited Edition is the accessorized version of the car and the accessory kit it comes with is a dealer level fitment.

Notably, this kit is available at a 30 % discount, which means that buyers of the Maruti Ignis can actually upgrade to the limited edition model by paying just Rs. 30,000 extra. The accessory kit is meant for the Delta variant of the Ignis, which starts from Rs. 5.28 lakhs. With the Limited Edition kit in tow, the car costs Rs. 5.58 lakhs, ex-showroom, Delhi.

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Guys has any one did an tyre upgrade for Ignis?.
Am going to fit 185 60 R15 today (-0.9% difference, 3 mm ground clearance lost, but that's fine as Ignis is already tall). Can't wait any longer. Have a couple of hill and highway drives coming up. Will post photos and experience of the fitting. 195 60 R15 is also fine (+1% difference) but the Ignis rims are 5J rims and the maximum recommended is 185 for this rim. Yet people are running 195 on 5J. They have reported no issues. But then there could be a catch. The rim size chart exists for certain width due to a reason. Reason for upsize: 175 felt it needs more grip in my recent highway drives at 100 kmph for long stretches.
 
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