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2021 Suzuki Ignis pricing and specs detailed: Cost up for Mazda CX-3, Toyota Yaris Cross, Volkswagen T-Cross, Hyundai Venue and Kia Stonic rival

Since last June, the Ignis’ GL and GLX grades have become $2050 and $2750 more expensive respectively.

Suzuki Australia has increased the pricing of the second-generation Ignis ‘light SUV’ once more.

The entry-level GL grade is now $750 dearer, with the five-speed manual variant priced from $18,740 plus on-road costs, while the continuously variable transmission (CVT) version checks in at $19,740.

Meanwhile, the flagship GLX grade has become $1750 more expensive, with it only offered with the CVT.

Of note, the Ignis was facelifted last June, when the GL and GLX variants received $1300 and $1000 price rises respectively.

For reference, the light SUV is motivated by a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine that produces 66kW of power at 6000rpm and 120Nm of torque at 4400rpm.

No matter the version of the Mazda CX-3, Toyota Yaris Cross, Volkswagen T-Cross, Hyundai Venue and Kia Stonic rival, front-wheel drive is in tow.

2021 Suzuki Ignis pricing before on-road costs

VariantTransmissionCost
GLmanual$18,740 (+$750)
GLautomatic$19,740 (+$750)
GLXautomatic$21,740 (+$1750)