Suzuki Ignis Problems
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Red warning with 'D' symbol in my 2018 Suzuki Ignis?
I’ve trawled lists of Suzuki warning lights and their meanings, but I can’t find one that approximates a red D in a rectangle. The closest I could get to was a warning that the rear fog-light was on (the lamp signal can look vaguely like a `D’) but to have an audible alarm as well is very strange.
An ABS fault-light usually (in a Suzuki) features the letter A, B and S, so I’m not sure how the dealership arrived at the conclusion that the ABS system was at fault. Have you had the car electronically scanned? That can often throw light on what’s going wrong, even on an intermittent basis.
What new cars with high ground clearance do you recommend?
If ground clearance is a real issue for you, why don’t you try a compact SUV?
Will there be a new Suzuki Ignis this year with more power?
There isn’t a new Ignis scheduled for release in 2018.
Suzuki Ignis stopping
I would suggest it’s running out of fuel. Have the fuel pump checked.
Ignis a bit thirsty
FUEL consumption depends on many things, the way you drive, the type of traffic you drive in, the pressures of the tyres. So car companies use a standard test to measure fuel consumption. That way they can compare one model with the next, one make with another. It doesn't necessarily relate to real-world fuel consumption, though I would expect it will be reasonably close. If Suzuki is claiming 9.5L/100km, your 10L/100km is close enough to say you don't really have a complaint.