The quirky but lovable Suzuki Ignis has gone down rather well in the UK, it’s won a few awards in the process and it’s now also been given its very own limited edition. The Vitara has also been given a limited edition as well, one that has been used before, the Vitara Kuro.
A Familiar Name
The name for the new Ignis limited edition is ‘Adventure‘ which may sound familiar for you Jimny fans. That’s because this limited edition was also used for the plucky off-roader I tested last year. The Ignis Adventure is based on the mid-range SZ-T model, meaning you’ll get standard features such as DAB radio, smartphone connectivity, 16″ alloy wheels, rear facing camera and rear privacy glass.
Priced from £13,999, the Adventure may not add any further equipment, but it does offer a distinct look which is made up of a new rear spoiler, side mouldings, front and rear skid plates. Completing the styling upgrade is a coloured front grille centre bar, side decal set and colour keyed front fog lamp bezels.
The added value of these personalisation options is £1,900 and with Adventure priced at £13,999 it represents a premium of just £1,000 over the SZ-T. The Ignis Adventure will be available in four colours; Fervent Red, Boost Blue, Pure White Pearl and Super Black Pearl, the last two of which optional at a price of £465.
Like ‘Adventure’ some Suzuki fans may recognise the Kuro name, that’s because it was used for the Vitara for a limited time last year. Following the model’s success, the limited edition returns for 2018. 1,000 more models will be made, and will be priced from £18,749. Like last year, it’s based on the two-wheel drive SZ-T model, meaning you’ll be able to enjoy standard features such as navigation, 16″ alloy wheels, climate control and smartphone connectivity.
On top of this, the Kuro offers features including ‘Misti’ satin black alloys, black front bumper and side body moulding set, black door mirrors, black rear upper spoiler, black front grille and side trims and Kanji ‘Kuro’ badge. Step inside the cabin, and you’ll find a dashboard with a piano black gloss finish, as well as a carbon effect analogue clock.
Colour choices for the Kuro include Superior White, Cosmic Black, Galactic Grey and Silky Silver, the last two of which will cost you an extra £500.