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Maruti Wagon R Latest Updates

Maruti has updated the Wagon R 1.2-litre engine to the upcoming BS6-emission norms. The carmaker hasn't updated the 1.0-litre three cylinder petrol engine yet. The power and torque figures remain identical at 83PS and 114Nm of torque after the update. But it has taken a toll in the fuel efficiency department and now returns 21.4 kmpl as compared to the 22 kmpl. Prices have also been bumped up on both the Wagon R and the revised range now reportedly starts at RS 4.34 lakh.

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Maruti Wagon R Price

Maruti Wagon R prices start at Rs. 4.34 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 5.91 lakh. Maruti Wagon R is available in 14 variants and 6 colours.

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Maruti Wagon R Variants Price List

Wagon R LXI
22.5 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Wagon R LXI Opt
22.5 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Wagon R VXI
22.5 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
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Editor's View of Maruti Wagon R

  • Upside

    Comfortable ingress and egress, spacious cabin, large boot, basic safety kit on all variants

  • Downside

    Weak cabin insulation, fixed rear headrests, Zxi variant not fully loaded

  • Our Verdict

    The WagonR continues to be a sensible practical hatchback. It’s now stronger, more feature loaded, more powerful and safer. Importantly, the prices have not gone up substantially.

Maruti Wagon R Colours

  • Autumn Orange
  • Magma Grey
  • Nutmeg Brown
  • Poolside Blue
  • Superior White
  • Silky Silver

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For the first time ever, the WagonR will be offered with a choice of two engine options. First up is the 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine that makes 68PS of power and 90Nm of torque. The other option is the 1.2-litre, four-cylinder engine that also does duty under the hood of the Swift, Ignis and the Baleno. This engine makes 83PS of power and 113Nm of torque. Notably, both engines will be offered with a manual gearbox as well as an AMT. The Wagon R is also available in a CNG variant as well. This is only available in the LXI and LXI(O) variants with the 1.0-litre engine. Maruti claims a fuel efficiency of 33.45km/kg.

Exterior and Interior

Even with the generation change, there’s no way you’re mistaking the hatchback for anything else but a WagonR. It’s unabashedly boxy and carries over the same basic formula of tall height and XL-sized windows. There’s some novelty here, though. For instance, Maruti Suzuki has added a small sliver of chrome inside the headlamp for that premium touch. A portion of the C-pillar has been blacked out to give it that floating roof effect. The rear too now features larger tail lamps that extend towards the roof. Sadly, all the bling features we’d want, like daytime running lamps and alloy wheels, are missing. We’re told that alloy wheels will be offered as an accessory at the dealership level.

The cabin of the WagonR 2019 will be a familiar place for most. Here too, the basics are well thought of. The dashboard is upright and flat, opening up more space for the passengers. Then, there’s a healthy amount of storage space with the twin gloveboxes, a bottle holder in each door and the central cubbyholes. Sure, Maruti Suzuki isn’t breaking new ground as far as design is concerned. It looks a bit staid, if we’re polite. That said, there’s plenty of new features to be excited about. For starters, there’s the steering wheel from the Ignis (with controls for the audio and calls, no less), and a funky looking instrument cluster. Topping things off is the new touchscreen infotainment system. As far as safety is concerned, the top-spec WagonR will get dual airbags and ABS. Lower variants are expected to get at least a driver’s airbag as standard.


The new WagonR 2019 is available in the usual L,V and Z variants. While the 1.0-litre engine will be available in the L and V variants only, the 1.2-litre engine will be offered only in the V and Z variants. If you want an AMT, you will have to choose between the top two variants. The CNG variant is only availabe in the 1.0-litre engine and in the base L trim.


Maruti Celerio: The Celerio was the car that kicked off the AMT revolution in India. Its recipe is similar to that of the Tiago: compact dimensions, efficient and reliable engines and a whole lot of efficiency. It doesn’t have the zing of the Tiago, but is a no-nonsense hatchback.

Tata Tiago: The Tiago is the millennial in the Tata family. It’s practical and has a fun edge to it. More importantly, it’s the proverbial one-finger salute to those who believed Tata can make nothing more than the Indica.

Hyundai Santro: Hyundai’s blockbuster is back in a better, more premium avatar. It’s not exactly the most affordable in its class, but you do get unparalleled quality for that extra money.


The new WagonR blends the strengths of the older versions with some new ones. Looks like it’s going to be easy for Maruti Suzuki to hold on to the number one spot in the segment.

Maruti Wagon R User Reviews

3.8 /5
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Vaibhav Bisht
Vaibhav Bisht 1.7 12 Jul 2019

The car do look like a box ,there is nothing glamorous about the car even the new version are becoming uglier generation by generation .Do not give comfort of even sitting for someone of height 6 ft .The boot space is so less (yeah! Yous hould be like what do you want for that price) but yes the dashboard parts continously hit your knees ,not comfortable at all still I am not talking about the rear seats they are even worse ,engine sometimes gets dead during the shifting of gears (Not only me I have seen every driver struggling on that).There is no safety measures in the car( My uncle once met with accident in our car fortunately he was thrown away from the car when the car fall into a ditch ,if he was not he surely had died ,the car was turned into a heap of metal junk ,there ia not even body skeleton it was like when a kabadiwala come to your house for garbage and he crush everything to be fitted in his bag ,the car was no less than it..Hope they pay attention to safety features and add some air bags and body skeleton to the car .Yes suzuki car are meant for mileage ( we have seen ad on like "kitna deti hai" ) but seriously not only mileage counts plus don"t make it like a box .

Uses this car for : Family Car
Gets mileage of : 17 kmpl
Smk Nair
Smk Nair 4.3 1 Oct 2019

I bought this car on end of the april2019. for my holidays spending i driven 3000 km in a month. Car was quite good. And looking , spacious. I mostly drive rural and hill sides of kerala. My version was 1.0 l vxi. For a middle calss family this is affordable. And old age parents get in and get down very easily. On hiways i got 19.7 kmpl on traffic time. Up to 3000 km running (included 4000 ft) hill station ride i got average on 18.5 kmpl with ac. Only one thing i dont like well the engine noise will hear inside the cabin and rest of all i am happy with wagon r 2019. Sreemanikandan v.kKerala

Uses this car for : Family Car
Gets mileage of : 19 kmpl
Rajibkumar Sanyal
Rajibkumar S.. 4.7 1 Sep 2019

its really wonderful while driving in the busy roads, 1200 cc peppy engine produces enough power, and the new still frame platform gives more power to protect the passenger alongside air bags as safely measure, and moreover at a price of 6.5 lac on road you will get all the features, viz. car play, touch screen, steering mounted music system control with a giant size boot size in its class, what more would you like to have out of spending such amount in these days!

Uses this car for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 17 kmpl
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Maruti Wagon R Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
CNG Manual 33.54 km/kg 25 km/kg
Petrol Automatic 22.5 kmpl 18 kmpl
Petrol Manual 22.5 kmpl 18 kmpl

Maruti Wagon R Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Maruti Wagon R
CNG (6 years) Rs. 25,257
Petrol (10 years) Rs. 47,980
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