The new Suzuki Ignis Crossover is one of the small SUV-type cars that has aroused more interest in the 2015 edition of the Tokyo Motor Show. The car segment SUV type has also had a remarkable representation in the Tokyo Motor Show 2015. One of the leading cars in this category has been the Suzuki Ignis Crossover small car in which the Japanese firm sets on the table the various possibilities and alternatives that can have a vehicle of this type.
The Suzuki Ignis Crossover design takes as inspiration the prototype Suzuki IM-4 Concept presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2015. Early reports indicate that Suzuki has decided to keep much of the original design of the IM-4 Concept in the new Suzuki Ignis Crossover and definitive due to the great acceptance by the public of aesthetics proposed by the IM-4 Concept.
Crossover with Suzuki Ignis Japanese firm offers a compact SUV and a series of practical and technical details that make increase its versatility and use options both inside and outside the city.
As for specific technical features Suzuki Ignis Crossover by the time the Japanese automaker has not published anything about it. We can confirm you that this new small SUV will be manufactured under the new platform construction of compact cars of the Japanese firm and released a platform for example the new Suzuki Baleno.
In the event that the Suzuki Ignis Crossover share many of the technical features with the Suzuki Baleno we must emphasize that the new small SUV from Suzuki could offer a new three-cylinder gasoline engine 1.0 turbo belonging to the new family of engines' Boosterjet '.
The Suzuki Ignis Crossover shared role in the Suzuki stand exposed in the Japanese city with no less peculiar Suzuki Air Triser (MPV of 4.2 m long and 7 seats inside) and Mighty Deck Suzuki Concept A small pick-up of only 3.39 m long.
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