Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

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Maruti Wagon R Latest Updates

The Maruti Suzuki Wagon R EV’s interior has been spied for the first time in its production-spec avatar. It retains the standard Wagon R’s dash layout, however, the speedometer has been lifted from the Ritz. Also, it comes with climate control, LED lighting at the front and rear, and alloy wheels.

The specifications are yet to be revealed but we expect the Wagon R EV to offer a range of about 200km on a single charge.

Maruti Suzuki is likely to price the Wagon R EV around Rs 10 lakh (ex-showroom). It will stand against the Mahindra eKUV100.

Maruti Wagon R Price

The price of Maruti Wagon R starts at Rs. 4.80 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 6.33 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Wagon R ranges between Rs. 4.80 Lakh to Rs. 6.33 Lakh. Maruti Wagon R is available in 14 variants and 6 different colours.

Wagon R Specifications

The WagonR is powered by two BS6 petrol engines. The first is a 1.0-litre three-cylinder engine making 68PS and 90Nm. The other option is a 1.2-litre four-cylinder mill delivering 83PS and 113Nm. Both engines are paired with a manual gearbox as well as an AMT.

Maruti Wagon R Variants

It is offered in 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 available in the 1.0-litre engine and the base L trim.

Wagon R Features

Exterior highlights include a boxy design that carries over the basic formula of tall height and XL-sized windows. On the inside, the Wagon R gets equipment like twin gloveboxes, bottle holder in each door, steering wheel from the Ignis with audio controls, and a 7-inch SmartPlay Studio infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Safety kit consists of rear parking sensors, dual airbags, and ABS with EBD.

Maruti Wagon R Competitors

It takes on the likes of the Tata Tiago and Hyundai Santro in India.

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Maruti Wagon R Price List in India

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Wagon R LXI
21.79 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.80 Lakh
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Wagon R LXI Opt
21.79 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 4.87 Lakh
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Wagon R VXI
21.79 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.13 Lakh
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Wagon R VXI Opt
21.79 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 5.20 Lakh
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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.

Wagon R Detailed Review

Maruti Suzuki’s WagonR is synonymous with the word practical. It didn’t earn the tag in the last one or two years, but right from when it was first introduced in 1999. With over 2 million examples on Indian roads, the WagonR is a successful and trusted nameplate. The new WagonR, which is now in its third generation, has all the ingredients, if not more, to retain its crown as the most practical hatchback. It’s bigger on the outside, more spacious on the inside and even gets a larger boot as well.

Update: The Wagon R is also available in a CNG variant. This is only available in the LXI and LXI(O) trim with the 1.0-litre engine. Read all about it here.

At the same time, it has become a lot more modern thanks to all the new equipment that’s on offer. There’s a greater focus on making it safer and nicer to drive courtesy of a new platform and a more powerful engine. We drove the latest iteration of the WagonR to find out the extent to which it has evolved and whether you should buy one, even if practicality is not the first thing on your mind. Here we go.

Looks much like the older version from a distance

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The new hatchback is unmistakably WagonR, even if it’s viewed from a distance. It’s still tall, but the larger dimensions make it more proportionate. Let’s just say it looks less awkward now. Apart from new headlamps and tail lamps, it has also gained some curves on its body. However, it still resembles the older model from many angles. The novelty factor comes across mainly through its new orange body colour option and the floating roof design.

But it’s actually BIG...

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The new WagonR is based on the Ignis’ Heartect A platform and is bigger than the older model. It’s 56mm longer and 125mm wider, and the increase in size is noticeable to the naked eye as well. The wheelbase has also gone up by 35mm. On paper, the new WagonR is shorter than the older model by 25mm. The difference in height though is mostly down to the fact that the previous version had roof rails while this one doesn’t.


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Unlike the second-gen WagonR, which featured alloy wheels and projector headlamps in the top-spec Vxi+ variant (also known as the Stingray), the new WagonR gets multi-reflector halogen headlamps, while full wheel covers are reserved for the all-new top-spec variant, the Zxi. Although there’s no provision to upgrade your headlamps, Maruti Suzuki offers 14-inch alloy wheels as optional accessories for the third-gen WagonR. They are priced at Rs 4,900 per wheel.

Look closely and you’ll notice the differences

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Step a little closer to the new WagonR and you’ll notice the new design elements on its skin. The large pull-back headlamps have a unique kink on the side and there’s now a shoulder line that runs along the length of the car. There’s even a recess above the front and rear wheel arches. These additions, along with the floating roof design, make the WagonR look a lot less plain jane now.

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Even at the rear, while the license plate is in its usual place on the bootlid, the waterfall-like tail lamps make the new WagonR look contemporary. But talk of being with the times, and you’ll realise that the WagonR misses out on DRLs (daytime running lights), which should have been offered at least on the top variant.

Getting in and getting comfortable...

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The new WagonR’s doors open wide and you still walk into the cabin (well, nearly). The cabin is done in light beige and black and feels roomy despite the fact that most of the parts inside, including the A-pillars, are finished in black. Needless to say, there’s no dearth of headroom for someone my size (5’8”) and I’m quite sure even a six-footer won’t complain either. But short drivers will have a grouse: the driver’s seat is not height-adjustable, and like before, you sit far away from the windscreen. So if you’re someone who likes to have the bonnet in your field of vision, you might have to keep a cushion handy.

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But it’s easy to get into a good driving position in the new WagonR as the steering wheel is now tilt-adjustable. The steering wheel is the same unit as the Ignis’; it’s good to hold and feels upmarket too. There’s also an improvement in the quality of interior plastics, but consistency in quality is still questionable. For instance, the plastic used on the centre console below the handbrake lever looked quite flimsy on our test car.

The instrument console and SmartPlay Studio: “Kitna deti hai?” answered loud and clear

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The WagonR gets a new instrument console with an orange backlight. There’s a large analogue speedometer, which is somewhat reminiscent of the Ritz’s unit, while the tachometer, fuel gauge and trip meter readings are now displayed on a circular digital meter that sits towards the right. There’s a provision to display fuel efficiency on the infotainment system in the top variant of the WagonR, and it might prompt you to change your driving habits, which is good for the environment too.

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The infotainment system, which Maruti calls the SmartPlay Studio, is completely new and gets both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There are a host of apps that you can download on your smartphone, including Navimaps and Aha radio, to add various functionality like offline maps and favourite radio channels to the system. While the touchscreen is fairly responsive to finger inputs, Maruti’s SmartPlay Studio app also gives you an option to turn your smartphone into a remote control.

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The infotainment unit is placed in the middle of the dashboard and juts out slightly. There are AC vents on each side of the system; one angled towards the passenger and other towards the driver. Both of them can’t be shut completely and the one that is angled towards the driver blows cold air on either the steering wheel or the roof and sometimes even the legs; the rare case when you get to complain about the ergonomics in a Maruti car.

There’s now one less storage space for the sake of safety

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Speaking of utility, there’s a bottle holder in each door with some extra room to keep your knick-knacks. There’s a storage space under the passenger seat as well, and a cup holder just ahead of the handbrake lever in the console between the two front seats. Owners of the older model would be familiar with a pop-out style cup holder on the right side of the dashboard. It’s not there in the new WagonR, though there is enough space there for Maruti to have added it. And the second smaller glove compartment on the top of the main glovebox is also missing, for a good reason though; there’s an airbag there.

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Now that we’re on it, the WagonR gets driver airbag as standard, while a passenger side airbag is a part of the options list on all variants (priced at Rs 6,500 on L and V). Ticking this option also gets you front seatbelts with pretensioner and load limiter, which is another active safety feature. Since we’re talking safety, the new WagonR’s Heartect A platform is also stronger than the platform on which the second-gen WagonR was developed. The Maruti WagonR with dual airbags has scored two stars in the Global NCAP crash test, under the #SaferCarsForIndia initiative.

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Some of the other features on offer on the new WagonR that add to the driver’s convenience are one-touch down front power window, day/night IRVM, rear parking sensors (standard), rear defogger, rear wiper and washer, electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs and speed-sensitive auto door lock.

Space at the back for people and objects

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The WagonR’s backseat is now more spacious than before. With the front seat set to my liking, there was ample headroom and legroom on offer, so much so that even if I was 2-3 inches taller, it might have still been plenty. There’s also space under the front seat for the rear passenger to rest his/her feet comfortably, and that adds to the leg space. It’s imperative to add here that when you sit at the rear and look at the opposite end’s A-pillar, you appreciate the sense of space in the new WagonR even more. But the rear passenger doesn’t have much to be excited about other than this. Here’s why.

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While the WagonR’s rear seat is spacious, it gets fixed headrests which don’t offer enough support for average-sized adults. The underthigh support on the rear bench could also have been better and Maruti could have provided a 12V socket for rear passengers too. I would have also liked if the controls for the rear power windows were placed slightly forward as the current placement is just too close to operate comfortably.

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Replace humans with luggage of any size and type, and the WagonR comes into its own element. The rear seat is 60:40 split, which means even unusually long things can be stowed easily, while still leaving space for a homo sapien at the rear. The new WagonR’s boot volume is rated at 341 litres, which is even more than that of the Vitara Brezza (328-litre). And you only have to see it to believe that it will be able to transfer two passengers and their luggage to the airport with ease. On the other hand, even with a CNG cylinder in the boot, there’s enough space to carry a weekend’s worth of shopping.

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Overall, if you just take utility and space into account, then the new WagonR is a big step up from the older model. I, however, feel that the rear bench could have been more comfortable -- there’s so much space that Maruti Suzuki could have even offered a two-step reclinable rear seat.

More power, more fun?

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Shifting focus back on to the driver and his machinery, buyers trading in their entry-level car for the third-gen WagonR have enough reasons to call their new set of wheels an upgrade. Not only is the new WagonR significantly bigger than the Alto and Kwid, it’s also quite powerful thanks to the 1.2-litre petrol engine, which dishes out 83PS, under its hood. There’s also the 1.0-litre engine on offer, but only in the L and V variants. Both engines can be had with either a manual transmission or an AMT. The CNG variant is available only in the L trim and with only the 1.0-litre engine. Maruti haven't released power and torque figures for the same but claim 33.54 km/kg for efficiency. The claimed efficiency for the petrol fueled 1.0-litre engine is 22.5kmpl and for the 1.2-litre petrol the claimed figure is 21.5kmpl.

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The 1.2-litre engine is a familiar unit. It’s the same unit that powers the Ignis and here, it’s offered in same state of tune as well (83PS, 113Nm). With a common platform between the two cars, the real question is whether has attempted to give the new WagonR an image makeover?

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Well, the answer is a simple no. Yes, the bigger engine does make the new WagonR a peppy car to drive, whether you are tackling city traffic or taking the family on a weekend getaway. The suspension is tuned in favour of comfort rather than handling. So the new WagonR will go over minor road undulations without unsettling its passengers, and even major ones are dealt with relative grace. There is a new level of maturity in the WagonR’s ride and you won’t hear its suspension crash when dealing with large potholes.

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But while the ride is sorted, the heavy steering wheel and engine noise (surprised?!) might worry drivers. The heavy steering is prominent at parking speeds, but it gets lighter as you pick up the pace. Out on the open road, the soft suspension results in a bit of body roll, which ensures you keep your enthusiasm in check. The 1.2-litre K-series engine loves to rev and, as we’ve experienced in other Maruti cars, isn’t noisy even when revved hard either. But the engine noise is more apparent inside the cabin of the new WagonR than in the Ignis or Swift. This is probably down to the amount of insulation, or lack thereof, in the new WagonR. However, it still feels a lot more sophisticated to drive when compared to the older model.

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The one thing that drivers will like is the small turning radius. Despite its bigger dimensions, the turning radius has gone up by just 0.1m, to 4.7m. Other driver controls like the clutch and gear lever are light to operate and suitable for a car that is meant to be driven on narrow and busy streets.

Summing it up

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Equipped with Maruti Suzuki’s famed 1.2-litre engine, the WagonR is now a more convincing upgrade over other smaller cars. Owners of the older Wagon R, some of whom are known to be repeat customers, will definitely want to take a look at the new WagonR. It is significantly bigger and more practical than before, and the maturity in the way it drives makes the new Wagon R a lot more pleasing to be in. The new engine also makes it more peppy and multiplies the utility factor as it gives the hatchback enough grunt to carry a full house with relative ease.

Where the package could have done better is in terms of what’s on offer for the rear passengers. While the rear seat is spacious, it misses a few aspects that would have helped enhance passenger comfort significantly.

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When you factor in its larger proportions and added features without a nary a jump in the price tag, it makes even more sense than before. The top variant with the 1.2-litre engine and AMT is priced at Rs 5.69 lakh, which is Rs 33,000 more than the top-spec model of the older model that was equipped with the 1.0-litre engine and AMT. The CNG variants are priced at Rs 4.84 lakh for the LXI and 4.89 lakh for the LXI(O). This is a premium of Rs 65,000 over the standard base level trim.

Considering Maruti is only charging Rs 20,000 more for the 1.2-litre engine over the smaller motor in the latest generation WagonR, the incremental price over the outgoing version is acceptable and that makes the WagonR a more sensible buy than ever before. And yes, while we wouldn’t call it desirable, it is a car that seems more enjoyable as you spend more time in it.

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Wagon R User Reviews

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  • 4.3

    Bluetooth connectivity.New head lamps.Very less scratch.Low maintenance.Top model.Power steering.And many more features.

  • 3.0

    Mileage unsatisfactory.Overall comfort is good.I'm honestly looking for both.Good mileage and comfort.

  • 4.0

    My Wagon R is with me since last 15 yrs my experience is awesome.

  • 2.3

    It is our first car to be purchased before the first lockdown happened.We have a family of four and i am the elder of the brother.

  • 4.0

    Good car for family purpose.Overall performance is very good.Seating system comfortable.A.C.Cooling very good.

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  • 2.0

    Actually the car was bought used, It's a 2007 model with the f10d engine.I am about 6ft in height and the tallboy design helps with the ingress and egress.The car was bought mainly to learn driving in it.And it actually serves quite well as a city car, The compact dimensions mean that its quite easy to park in tight parking spots.Highway stability is decent upto 90 km/hr but at around 100 km/hr, The vehicle starts to feel unstable.The engine has great low end torque thereby making it easy to start in inclines, And it revs over 6200 rpm and the engine is quite l-o-u-d at that level.The gearbox has some synchro issues especially with the first gear so you actually have to double clutch to first (only when vehicle is moving)to make the gear lever move easily.Coming to interior, The plastic quality isn't that great and as such the car rattles quite a lot.Rear seat is pretty much unusable for me but i can manage a bit because of the massive headroom on offer.Front seats are good for the most part except on long drives, Where i get lower back pain.The exterior metal panels feel flimsy but are still better when compared to the newer age marutis, Although i know that exterior panels contribute very less in dissipating the energy when in the event of a crash.Also there are no airbags or abs in this model.I had a few instances where i had a tire lock up situation owing to hard braking but i managed to control by easing the brake pressure thereby regaining steering control, So in that way, It sort of actually teaches you on regulating brake pressure and helps you to be a better driver if that makes sense.The suspension is pretty beat up and there is quite a bit of rust on the underbody.The odo reads at 67000 kms as of writing this post and the car has served well for our purposes till now and we are now considering the altroz turbo petrol as our next car.

  • 3.7

    Well, my dad was riding a 10 year old i20, we just wanted to upgrade to a new small car , since he is 65 years old and need a small and automatic car. I did various researches and shortlisted Santro Magna & Wagon R VXI 1.2 Optional. I was shocked to know that Santro has dual Airbags in only Asta model (Does safety feature has any thing to do with models ?) Anyways, finalised Wagon R VXI Automatic (O) since this model is having dual front Airbags but ultimately purchased ZXI AMT.Drive was very good, engine was refined but i had slight issues with the Dealer, who gave me August 2019 Car on 23rd January and even i asked him about model, he said, for 2020 manufactured cars you have to wait for couple of months but when dealer is giving a 6 months old car, then atleast some discount should have been provided. Glad that vehicle is BS6 (As said by Dealer, but I don't trust them) There were some scratches / minor dent in front bumper, which i checked and told to Dealer (He replaced with another new car, Sad that same will be sold to someone else).I was dissapointed by the fact, if someone is buying a new car, then Dealers can make you fool.This is not my first car, prior to this our family already ownedToyota Qualis 2000Toyota Qualis 2003Toyota Qualis 2004Toyota Innova 2006Maruti Wagon R LXI 2007Hyundai I20 Asta 2009Hyundai i20 Asta 2013Hyundai I20 Sports 2013Maruti Wagon R ZXI AMT 2020

  • 4.0

    Wagon r is a much underrated car, But it is a very smart choice and value for money.Now i'm going for second car and having driven wagon r for 8+ years i do end up comparing my experience in terms of space- headroom, Legroom and superior drivers field of vision in wagon r where it hard to beat even today with so many options available in the market.Bt wagon r could have been even better, Had if it just come with safety features like tata nexon.But wagon r is a very comfortable family car none the less.Easy to drive, Superb field of vision that gives a lot of confidence when on road - this aspect is even better than many premium cars.Great head and leg rooms both in front and rear, Sufficient boot space.Though storage space on doors is desirable.Greatest advantage is zero maintenance and great milage.I constant get close to 18-19 kmpl in city driving.On an average it cost less than rs.5000 per annum.What i love about wagon r is big rear view mirrors.Also my original tyres lasted 45000+ kms, My original battery lasted more than 7 years.Overall wagon r is best car for those who are good behind wheels and can ignore it's lacking on safety features.Another plus point is when riding a wagonr one does not feel cluster phobic or suffocating inside the car even when driving with 4-5 persons and glass rolled up.

  • 4.0

    I have bought my wagon R vxi model on September 2015 and I have driven about 53000kms so far including a single day journey of 1100 kms from Kolhapur in Maharashtra to Chennai via Karnataka. Overall performance of the car is satisfactory. It is extremely comfortable and spacious and can easily accommodate 5 persons. Overall mileage is average . I am getting about 13 km/l in city and about 16-17 km/l on Highway. maintenance cost is satisfactory and if you put company synthetic Engine Oil it goes about 6500/- to 9500/- in one time service visit after 10000 kms.Positive 1. Commendable road visibility and big spacious interiors.2. Lot of room to put bottle holders and other items in the car.3. Hassle free city and highway driving4. Easy on maintainance5. Easy ingress for taller and women due to door opening at 90 Degree angle.6. Decent fuel tank capacity of 34 litresNegative :1. Poor plastic components in interior which start rattling after 15000 kms2. Mileage is less for a 998 cc car3. No bluetooth connectivity, multi functional steering wheel or touchscreen infotainment system at the time of purchase.4. Poor stock tyres that give away in 33000 kms.5. Poor cabin insulation for road noises.

  • 4.3

    Pros : Perfect family car...lot of space and good comfort. Powerful 1.2l engine , easy to handle , wide door , good suspension , good ground clearance , head lamp visibility is good , smooth gear shift , average mileage , killer boot space ..best in segment , looks good , wide mirror , leg room and kneene room is good , good stability and low maintenance .Overall it's a practical car .Cons:Fixed head rest , No rear a/c vents , a/c cooling takes time to fill in the cabin , plastic quality is not that great , Built quality is average , no alloys , music system is not good only two speakers , rear headrests is fixed , ties support is not that good no telescopic steering wheel , seat height adjustment is missing , no rpm meter for vxi varients..and no automatic climate control.Over all its one of the best car under 7 lacs and in Hatch back segment and also one of the best selling car in this segment. It mainly focus on practicality in Indian road conditions and attracts family buyer's. Als preferred for people who need lots of space , comfort , relaxed drive in city conditions and who are looking for easy to drive car. Stay safe and drive safely.

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Q. RTO charges for Maruti Suzuki Wagon R in Noida?
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Q. Which is better Swift LXi or Wagon R 1.2 VXi as the on road prices are similar. I need comfort, mileage and fun to drive. Build quality as well.
  • Considering the swift LXI and Wagon R VXI 1.2, the Wagon r VXI will come with more features. Both shares the same platform and same engine too. Since the wagon r is lighter it will be more peppier to drive. There will be more passenger space inside too as it follows the old tall boy design structure. Since both cars are from the same manufacturer, both are equally good. Swift came from a more premium segment while the wagon r is from the mid class segment. From the version you have pointed out, the wagon r 1.2VXI will be better then the Swift LXI
  • It depends on factors and how you priorities them. Wagon R has a tall boy design so if you are tall then ingress and egress will be better in wagon R. Creature comforts will be better in comparison to the swift Lxi model. In city riding conditions both cars are good, on highway swift will perform better because of its aerodynamic structure. Overall swift Lxi is a proven brand and model when comparing to the Wagon R 1.2. Engine credential are same for both though swift will be peppier of the two.Hope this helps to make up your mind!
  • Both have same 1.2 litre engine ..fun to ride opt out you from s cng.Wagon r practical but fun on driving is missing..swift gives all you want with 2 or 3 on board. so swift lxi is my choice for you sir.(shhhh see the price once again in your city).
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Q. What is difference between 1.0 liter and 1.2 liter engine in new Wagon R
  • 1.0 engine is better in terms of moderate power and best mileage than 1.2. In 1.2 more acceleration means more fuel loss and there is no remarkable increase in power especially in hills n steep hairpins while compared to 1litre. The 1l has spontaneous power in highways when crossing 60km/hr. Cost wise also cheaper and economical and we get the same big sized car without a single difference!!!!
  • As the name suggests, 1.2 ltr means more power for quick acceleration. but it will also increase petrol bill.
  • The whole character is different,1.0 is a 3 cylinder making 69hp1.2 is a 4 cylinder making 83 hpRefinement,power,drive is a plus in 1.2 and mileage is plus in 1.0
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  • Exactly..1l is more than enough in case of power n mileage n less buying cost than 1.2. 1.2 gives not a noticeable pickup and also even lags in hills. Apart from all 1.2 lessens your economy by drinking petrol. More acceleration more fuel wastage. 1L continue the smooth silent but a beast in highways since 2010 n overpowers in new model by reducing kerb weight tooo
  • Anyway 1000cc output is the best than1.2. It has roaring power in highways after 60 kms speed with awesome mileage. 1.2 has not much difference in power but it's a drain of pocket. I have both cars...
  • 1.0 is value for money, economical... when you want to buy a small car, let it be a small car... not much of a difference between both, moreover 1.0 gives you a good mileage. My choice is 1.0
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Maruti Wagon R Mileage

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CNG Manual 32.52 Km/Kg 20 Km/Kg
Petrol Automatic 21.79 Kmpl 18 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 21.79 Kmpl 18 Kmpl

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Wagon R FAQs

What is the price of Maruti Wagon R Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Wagon R is 6.33 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti Wagon R?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Wagon R is 21.79 Kmpl - 32.52 Km/Kg. Also check User Reported Mileage of Wagon R.

What is the EMI of Maruti Wagon R in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Wagon R in Delhi is Rs. 9,295 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti Wagon R?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti Wagon R are Maruti Celerio, Tata Tiago and Maruti Swift.

What is the boot space in Maruti Wagon R?

The boot space in Maruti Wagon R is 341 L. View full specification of Wagon R

What are the best financing options for Maruti Wagon R?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

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