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As I wasn't aware that the Ignis hadn't been discontinued completely, rather only the diesel variant was discontinued in June 2018, I would like to know what all changed in the 2019 Ignis as compared to the one from 2018.
Apart from the facelift and the updated infotainment system, what are the other updates that were made to the car?

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Well, there have been a lot of updates to the Maruti Suzuki Ignis 2019.

  • Safety Updates: Reverse parking sensors, co-driver seat belt reminder and high-speed alert system as standard features across all the variants, however, the roof rails are offered only with the top-spec Zeta and Alpha trims. The new safety bits are offered in addition to dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, seat belt pre-tensioners with force limiters and ISOFIX child seat mounts, which are already offered as a standard fitment.

  • Variants: The 2019 Maruti Suzuki Ignis is offered in four variants - Sigma, Delta, Zeta, and Alpha, and the latter three also get the option of automated manual transmission a.k.a. Maruti's AGS (auto gear shift) unit.

Visually, save for the addition of the roof rails, the rest of the car remains unchanged with no cosmetic additions whatsoever. In fact, the Ignis continues to be offered in the existing list of single and dual-tone color options. The color options include - Nexa Blue, Glistening Grey, Silky Silver, Pearl Arctic White, Tinsel Blue, and Uptown Red, along with dual-tone options like - Tinsel Blue with Pearl Arctic White, Tinsel Blue with Midnight Black, and Uptown Red with Midnight Black. Similarly, the cabin too remains unchanged, however, we were expecting the updated model to get the company's new SmartPlay Studio infotainment system, but it continues to get the existing system.

Under the hood, the 2019 Maruti Suzuki Ignis continues to be offered with the tried and tested 1.2-liter K12 petrol engine, which powers the likes of Wagon R, Swift, and Baleno. The 1197 cc four-cylinder engine is tuned to churn out 83 bhp at 6000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 113 Nm at 4200 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed manual gearbox and an optional 5-speed AMT unit.

Finally, the prices:

Ex-showroom price (MT)
Ex-showroom price (AGS)
Rs. 4.79 Lakh​
Rs. 5.40 Lakh​
Rs. 5.87 Lakh​
Rs. 5.82 Lakh​
Rs. 6.29 Lakh​
Rs. 6.67 Lakh​
Rs. 7.14 Lakh​
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