Maruti Suzuki Ignis is an underdog – the hatchback is one of the most practical purchases in the market. It sits below the Baleno in the company’s line-up retailed via its Nexa chain of outlets. As new RDE norms are coming in, Maruti Suzuki Ignis is now updated to comply with the new emission standards. In fact, the motor on the Ignis is now E20-ready. The company has also updated the feature list of the hatchback, as it now features electronic stability program (ESP) and hill-hold assist. Of course, prices are now hiked by a small margin. An increase of around Rs 27,000 on average is introduced across variants.