For full marks you will now need to include Ignis, which was launched at the British International Motor Show with on-the-road prices from ú6,995 to ú9,500 to cover three- and five-door versions, one 1.3-litre engine and GA and GL trims, the latter with optional automatic transmission.
Made in Japan, it's another city car, but not like Alto, nor a multi-purpose city car like Wagon R+. Ignis is cross-bred with its brothers to create a tall but compact five-seater hatchback.
Height is Wagon R+, wheel-arches are Jimny/Vitara-ish and most of the interior knick-knacks crop up across the Suzuki catalogue, although it does have a few neat tricks of its own. The closest Ignis has to a rival outside its own brand is the Toyota Yaris.