For a car of this size, the Suzuki Ignis has a remarkable amount of space inside, although the narrow body means that you can really only get two passengers in the back seats
The Ignis may be on the narrow side, so shoulder room suffers, but in terms of leg and headroom it’s quite decent and the two rear seats can be slid forwards and backwards to increase legroom in the back – it means four adults will be happy to travel long distances in the dinky Suzuki.
Storage areas are pretty good for a supermini with a glovebox that’s neatly divided into two sections (although quite small), two cupholders for the front seats, a smaller cubby next to the gearstick and three cupholders.
You have to admire what Suzuki has done with the Ignis. Getting so much style and space into it really is some kind of wizardry
If you go for the non-hybrid model, the boot capacity is 267 litres, which is competitive in class – the Fiat Panda has a 260-litre capacity. Something worth keeping in mind is that the Hybrid version makes do with a 204-litre boot, because of the four-wheel drive system under the boot floor.