Maruti Wagon R

Maruti Wagon R Price

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  • Economy
    Mileage
    20.5 kmpl
    Service cost
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  • Performance
    Engine
    998 cc
    BHP
    67.04
  • Comfort
    A/C
    Yes
    Power Steering
    Yes
  • Safety
    Central Lock
    Yes
    Brake Assist
    No
  • EMI
    Duration
    5 years
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November 7, 2015 : Maruti WagonR has been launched at a pricetag of INR 4.76 lacs (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). Earlier, the car was spied with an AMT gearbox. The manufacturer is preparing more AMT-based option with their budget cars. Before that, the company launched a limited edition model of the WagonR called the WagonR Avance. The Avance will be based on the Lxi and the Lxi CNG variants of the wagonR and will incorporate new features like 2-din stereo with Bluetooth, dual tone dashboard, beige inserts and rear-seat power windows. The exteriors get new body graphics, roof-rails in gunmetal color, rear spoiler along with keyless entry and central locking/security alarm. The Avance Edition has been priced at Rs. 4,29,944 lacs, ex-showroom for the Lxi Variant and the Lxi CNG variant has been priced at Rs 4,83,973 lacs, ex-showroom.

Maruti Wagon R Price List

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  • Variants
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    LX
    998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `3.7 Lac*
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    LXI
    998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `4.0 Lac*
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    VXI
    998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `4.3 Lac*
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    LXI Optional
    998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `4.4 Lac*
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    VXI Optional
    998 cc, Manual, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `4.6 Lac*
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    AMT VXI
    998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `4.7 Lac*
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    AMT VXI Option
    998 cc, Automatic, Petrol, 20.51 kmpl
    `5.1 Lac*
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    LXI CNG
    998 cc, Manual, CNG, 26.6 km/kg
    `4.6 Lac*
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    LXI CNG Optional
    998 cc, Manual, CNG, 26.6 km/kg
    `4.8 Lac*
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    Diesel
    970 cc, Manual, Diesel, 23.0 kmpl
    `3.7 Lac*
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Maruti Wagon R Color Options

  • Breeze Blue

  • Passion Red

  • Ecru Beige

  • Bakers Chocolate

  • Silky silver

  • Glistening Grey

  • Superior white

Maruti Wagon R Specifications

Variants Fuel Type Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
City Highway
LX Petrol Manual 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
LXI Manual 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
VXI Manual 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
LXI Optional Manual 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
VXI Optional Manual 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
AMT VXI Automatic 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
AMT VXI Option Automatic 998cc
17.08 20.51 67.04bhp @ 6200rpm
LXI CNG CNG Manual 998cc
22.3 26.6 58.16bhp @ 6200rpm
LXI CNG Optional Manual 998cc
22.3 26.6 58.16bhp @ 6200rpm

Maruti Wagon R Review

Overview

Introduction

The WagonR was amongst the first cars in the world to follow a ‘tall-boy’ design language. The short nose and nearly upright proportions helped it stand out amongst a sea of tiny hatchbacks. The domestic market originally shrugged the WagonR off for it’s boxy proportions. However, over the years, the WagonR has developed quite a niche for itself. In its 3rd iteration, the WagonR continues to be a cash cow for Maruti, raking in consistent sales, month after month. What does the WagonR do to register such high sales? Let’s find out!

Pros

1. Space. A spacious hatchback in the truest sense of the word.
2. Peppy petrol engine. Just the right amount of power for the city.
3. Optional Airbags and ABS across all trims.
4. Optional AMT ups the convenience quotient in an already easy to drive car.

Cons

1. Quality of materials used in the interior could’ve been better. Feels low rent.


2. NVH levels aren’t the best. Lot of engine noise filters into the cabin.


3. Brakes feel spongy. Could have done with better pedal response.


4. No diesel motor. Chevrolet Beat gets a diesel engine in the same price range.

Stand Out Features

1. Optional AMT, makes city commutes even easier.

2. Safety tech viz. airbags and ABS optional from base spec.

Overview

The WagonR has been a huge sales success for MSIL. The hatch is known for its proportions and the associated practicality. An absolute favorite of the masses, the WagonR dominates the segment like no other hatch in the country. Originally meant to take on the erstwhile Hyundai Santro, the WagonR has definitely come a long way; while maintaining it’s core USPs. 


The design remains true to it’s kei car heritage. The present WagonR carries traits of it’s predecessor such as the large glasshouse, stubby nose and a tall height. It was also amongst the first cars to debut Maruti Suzuki’s three cylinder, K-Series engine as well. Amongst the most frugal engines off the lot, it is available in petrol and CNG fuel options. The WagonR screams pocket-friendly like no other hatch in its class.   


 

Background & Evolution

The WagonR dates back to as far as 1999, when it first debuted in the Indian market. It sported a peppy 1 litre motor, that went on to power other hatchbacks (like the Estilo) in the Maruti portfolio. Maruti updated the looks in a timely manner to make the WagonR keep up with the times. A mildly refreshed version hit showroom floors in 2006. The hatchback entered it’s third innings in the A1 hatchback segment in 2010, post which, it hasn't received any major cosmetic update. Recent updates to the WagonR include slightly reworked grille and bumpers, optional ABS & Airbags across all trims and an optional AMT.

 
 

Exterior

The WagonR is based on a tall-boy design; which essentially means the car is narrow, but tall. For instance, it is a full 100mm narrower than the Chevrolet Beat and the Hyundai i10. However, it is taller by 180mm and 150mm compared to the two. The boxy structure lets it liberate more space, especially headroom inside the cabin. The wheels are pushed to the extremes to extract a 2400mm wheelbase which is second to only the Nissan Micra Active.

The front fascia is dominated by large headlamps, that have a hue of blue in them. Due to this very trait, Maruti dubbed the WagonR - ‘The Blue Eyed Boy’. The large headlamps give the hatch a very docile face. The grille gets a thin strip of chrome at the top and a large insignia in the center. The large three slat airdam sits below and is flanked by fog lamp enclosures on either side. 

Over to the side, the design is devoid of excessive creases or sharp lines like the Beat has. Two faint character lines run across the doors. Typical of a tall boy, the WagonR gets a sharply raked A-pillar and has a large glass area. The flared wheel arches and the roof rails add some flair to an otherwise boring looking side profile. While alloy wheels aren’t offered on any trim, they can be purchased as an optional accessory at the dealer level.  

The rear shows off the tall stance of the car quite well. The rear profile does seem like an evolution of the previous generation of the WagonR, with the tail-lamps sporting a similar design. The large windscreen gets a wash-wipe function in the top-spec VXi trim, as is the norm in the segment. A thick strip of chrome houses the WagonR moniker. It also gets a high-mount stop lamp and  an additional low-mounted brake light as well. In a bid to increase cabin space, Maruti has sacrificed the boot-space, which stands at 180 litres. 

While the design isn’t as snazzy or out of the box like the Chevrolet Beat, the WagonR follows a simple philosophy of keeping things simple. The clean, neutral design of the WagonR although not the best in terms of aesthetic, is definitely functional.

Interior

The large doors open nice and wide. Ingress and egress is definitely a strong point with the WagonR. You tend to ‘walk inside’ the cabin of the car, not ‘sit down’ like you would in the Nissan Micra for example. The high seating gives you a good commanding view out of the front windows.

The interiors are finished in a black and beige combo. There are brushed aluminium colored accents around the centre console, door handles and the steering wheel as well. While the design of the dashboard is nothing to write home about, the quality has definitely gone up a notch compared to the previous generation. We believe it still isn’t in the league of the Hyundai i10 whose quality continues to remain the benchmark in the segment.

Amongst the first things to grab your attention, is the orange accented instrument cluster. It is a three pod unit, comprising of a tachometer, a speedometer and a section for the indicators. It also gets a small LCD strip at the base of the speedo, that houses a digital fuel gauge and an odometer.

The centre console comprises of an inbuilt music system and controls for the air-conditioning. We really like the positioning of the dials and switches, they are easy to reach and operate. The audio system supports CD, USB & Radio and is paired to four speakers, the output of which is mediocre at best. 

The front seats are reasonably supportive, even for people with a hefty build. Thanks to its 1700mm height, the WagonR scores really high on headroom both at the front and the rear. However, the driver will find himself brushing shoulders with his co-passenger due to the narrow dimensions. The steering wheel is large and has a grainy texture to it. It can be adjusted for rake (angle) which lets the driver find a comfortable driving position easily. 

It is a similar story at the rear bench. The headroom is clearly a cut above the others in the segment. However, the legroom is more or less on par . The WagonR is a four-seater at best. The lack of shoulder room at the rear will make the third passenger feel unwelcomed. Also, the backrest is relatively upright which may make long journeys tad uncomfortable.

Storage spaces have been incorporated neatly into the overall design of the interior. There are a couple of gloveboxes and a few cubby holes around the center console and the gear lever area. Our favorite however, was the storage under the co-driver’s seat - a feature unique to the WagonR. While it is slightly shallow, it can be used to carry some grocery. 

The WagonR carries a minimalistic design on the inside as well. The key takeaways continue to remain the space and the practicality it offers. Slightly compromised shoulder room aside, the WagonR gets right everything that the segment demands. 

PERFORMANCE 

The WagonR was one of the first cars from the MSIL stable to get the potent, all aluminium K-Series motor. The new motor not only complied with the updated emission norms, but was also more refined and revv-happy. The hatch harbors a 3 cylinder, 1.0 litre motor that develops 67 bhp of power and 90Nm of torque. While the figures don’t look as impressive on paper, the motor performs really well in day to day scenarios.

Turn the key and the engine comes to life with vibrations inherent to 3 cylinder engines.  We found that the NVH (Noise Vibration and Harshness) levels are distinctly higher compared to the i10 or the Micra. The engine lacks low end grunt, which means you would need to be heavy on the throttle to exploit gaps in traffic. As the revs climb, the engine becomes very audible inside the cabin. The engine is tuned for  the city and efficiency. Naturally, at highway speeds, the WagonR feels out of breath. It is best driven under 120 kmph. ARAI rated mileage stands at 20.51 kmpl, which is amongst the best in its class.

Automated Manual Transmission (AMT)

The WagonR is equipped with an automated manual transmission. There are just two pedals, and the operation is like a conventional automatic vehicle. Slot the gear lever in Drive, let go off the brakes and the car creeps forward. The operation of the clutch, is controlled by a hydraulic actuator - thereby relieving your left leg. The AMT on the litte Maruti isn’t the most polished units around.

There are slight jerks when the car upshifts or downshifts, but they can be easily overlooked during daily commutes. You can also take charge of the gears yourself by shifting it into Manual mode.

Ride & Handling:

Like most Marutis, the steering is light - making it extremely easy to maneuver in traffic and park. However, the steering does not weigh as much as the speeds climb, making it feel nervous on the highway. The suspension is on the softer side, it can handle the occasional bump or pothole at low speeds. At high speeds, the ride is bouncy and not the most comfortable off the lot. In comparison, the Micra feels a lot more stable at high speeds. 

Safety

The Wagon R gets an energy absorbing body structure with impact beams and crumple zones in critical areas. In a recent update, dual front airbags and anti lock braking system was made available across trim levels, barring the CNG variant.  

Variants

Verdict

The WagonR comes across as a value for money offering, especially in the LXi (O) variant. It might not be the best looking or have all the bells and whistles, but it is a practical hatch in every sense of the word. It is spacious, fuel efficient and has Maruti Suzuki’s dependable after sales network to back it up.  The WagonR gives importance to practicality over style, function over form. If you are the practical kind and want sheer utility from your next hatchback, the WagonR fits the bill nicely. 

Maruti Wagon R Price

Variants New Delhi Bangalore Mumbai Chennai Pune Hyderabad Kolkata
LX
(Petrol)
3,70,678 3,93,987 3,92,158 3,93,519 3,81,861 3,90,077 3,94,123   Get On Road Price  
LXI
(Petrol)
4,02,817 4,23,561 4,30,859 4,22,641 4,19,491 4,17,331 4,29,274   Get On Road Price  
VXI
(Petrol)
4,28,210 4,48,545 4,57,447 4,43,905 4,45,391 4,42,600 4,55,633   Get On Road Price  
LXI Optional
(Petrol)
4,35,487 4,56,812 4,65,183 4,55,892 4,52,867 4,50,582 4,62,858   Get On Road Price  
VXI Optional
(Petrol)
4,60,884 4,78,015 4,89,650 4,75,088 4,76,705 4,74,503 4,87,134   Get On Road Price  
AMT VXI
(Petrol)
4,73,210 4,96,381 5,06,827 4,91,741 4,93,406 4,88,401 5,03,947   Get On Road Price  
AMT VXI Option
(Petrol)
5,05,884 5,29,636 5,41,155 5,24,996 5,26,785 5,21,655 5,37,535   Get On Road Price  
LXI CNG
(CNG)
4,56,847 4,78,560 4,87,632 4,77,640 4,74,695 4,72,329 4,84,823   Get On Road Price  
LXI CNG Optional
(CNG)
4,77,846 4,97,897 5,07,594 4,96,977 4,94,105 4,97,488 5,04,353   Get On Road Price  

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  • CNG for earth....truly satisfying
    By shail| December 08, 2010 | 38947 Views
    Look and Style Truly International look with good road presence Comfort Very comfortable front and rear seats for tall persons. High roof space. Refreshing interior... Pickup I read so many reviews complaining weak pick up in petrol, but believe me....in CNG mode pick up is very very good.....u can experience the difference. Mileage I g... Read Full Review
  • THE ONLY DRAWBACK IN WAGON R NEW
    By sampan| September 04, 2010 | 55391 Views
    I already have 2 wagon r since the last few yrs. except the fuel economy both r good cars.the new car is very spacious,well designed and has better fuel economy,but lacks power.when seated to full capacity and driving with AC on the car lets u down on power and pickup & moreover still if u have to climb a fly over it occurs the car might stop.this ... Read Full Review
  • Facing problem in reverse gear
    By Anil| February 14, 2014 | 15358 Views
    I'm getting 16.5 Mix highway and city roads. Needs to improve: Rear Seat, safety belt very uncomfortable to seat,  safety belt buckle is pinching. Overall Experience Wagorn R car is good. I am facing one problem with my new car, that is reverse car. When I given for first service at that time service engineer told me that, problem is with cluch... Read Full Review
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Maruti Wagon R in News

  • Maruti WagonR Auto Gear Shift Launched at Rs 4.76 Lacs
    Posted On | December 14, 2015 | 7024 Views
    Maruti has launched the AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) version of WagonR and Stingray. Base price for the AMT versions of WagonR and Stingray are Rs. 4.76 lacs and 4.98 lacs, respectively. The Auto Gear Shift, as the manufacturer calls it, will be available with the Vxi variant of both of these cars. To add to the safety credentials of the vehicle, there are passenger and driver airbags, along with ABS. All of these features are available as an option across the variant lineup in these cars. Read Full News
  • Maruti WagonR AMT Caught Testing
    Posted On | December 14, 2015 | 2687 Views
    The popularity of automated manual transmission is slowly increasing and this is reflected by the handsome sales number of Maruti Celerio. The company was the first one to introduce a low cost automatic and that is paying off pretty well. However, it is long known that to fulfill its dreams for launching more automatic cars, Maruti is mulling to bring the AMT to its other budget line-up of vehicles. And the most recent one is the WagonR/Stingray AMT that has been spied in near-production version. Although, there is no word about the launch date, but it is expected to take place in a couple of months. Read Full News
  • Maruti Launches Limited Edition WagonR Avance
    Posted On | December 10, 2015 | 4566 Views
    With the festive season just around the corner, Maruti Suzuki has unveiled a limited edition of WagonR for 3 months called the WagonR Avance at Rs. 4,29,944 lacs, ex-showroom. Read Full News
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