Maruti Wagon R 2019: In Pictures

Modified On Jan 31, 2019 10:37 AM By Raunak for Maruti Wagon R 2013-2022

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The third-gen Maruti Suzuki WagonR is bigger, safer and better equipped than ever!  

2019 Maruti Wagon R

Update: Read our first drive review of the new Maruti Wagon R here.

Maruti has driven in the third-gen WagonR in India in the price range of Rs 4.18 lakh to Rs 5.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It goes up against the newly-launched Hyundai Santro along with the updated Tata Tiago and the Datsun GO. Let’s take a look at what the new WagonR packs and how it looks in some detailed images.  

The third-gen WagonR shares its platform with the Ignis. It is bigger than the model it replaces and there’s a noticeable 35mm increment in the wheelbase. Thanks to the Heartect platform, the WagonR’s width has seen a significant increment of over 100mm compared to the second-gen hatchback.


New WagonR

Old (VXI+, known as Stingray before)

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Kerb Weight

Upto 845kg

Upto 895kg

Upto 890kg

2019 Maruti Wagon R

As seen with the previous-gen models, the third-gen of the nameplate has carried forward the tallboy design philosophy. While it has been completely redesigned, it still has a boxy appeal but it hardly resembles its predecessors. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

There’s the relatively flatter front fascia which sits low with a nearly-flat bonnet. The increased width is accentuated by a sleek rectangular grille, which is flanked by chunky headlamps. Maruti no longer offers the blue tinted parking lamps that were seen on the second-gen model. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

Like most hatchbacks in the segment, the WagonR too features multi-reflector headlamps. The Tata Tiago is the only rival that comes with dual-barrel projector headlamps in this space. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

The new WagonR rides on same 14-inch wheels, but with wider 165/70 cross-section tyres as opposed to 155/65 cross-section tyres on the previous-gen model. The base-spec L variant continues to offer 13-inch wheels, but with 155/80 cross-section tyres compared to 145/80 before. Maruti is offering alloy wheels as optional this time around, just like what Hyundai did with the Santro.

 2019 Maruti Wagon R

The WagonR has always been plain-jane when it comes to character lines on the side profile and the third-gen model is no different. That said, Maruti has added a subtle waistline and prominent creases on the wheel arches. There’s also a black plastic applique on the c-pillar that makes the roof look floating. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

Like the front, the rear profile is also nearly flat; the rear windscreen has a miniscule rake. The licence plate is on the boot lid, as before, and the tail lamps appear to be inspired by Volvos. The rear bumper doesn’t feature a fog lamp, which was present on the previous model. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

On the inside, the dashboard has been completely redesigned and features a dual-tone black and beige layout with silver accents.

2019 Maruti Wagon R

Maruti promises that the front and rear seating space has been increased by 120mm compared to the second-gen model. Moreover, there’s a 30mm increase in the overall wheelbase with a 20mm increase in the front row space. So, it does seem to be a relatively spacious offering, but we’ll have to wait for our internal test figures to find out how it compares against rivals.

2019 Maruti Wagon R

There’s a 7-inch SmartPlay Studio infotainment that Maruti has debuted with the WagonR. The Harman-sourced unit will be gradually introduced in all Maruti cars, replacing the previous Bosch-sourced system. It features both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay along with Suzuki’s app support both for iOS and Android. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

The seats are upholstered in beige and unlike before, the third-gen WagonR doesn’t come with adjustable headrests for both front and rear seats. There's a healthy 161-litre boost in the overall boot space with third-gen model as it now stands at a whopping 341-litre (expandable upto 710 litre). 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

The WagonR is powered by a set of petrol engines with both manual and AMT options. While it carries forward the existing 1.0-litre 3-cyl engine (68PS/90Nm), there’a new 1.2-litre 4-cyl engine (83PS/113Nm) shared with cars like the Swift and Baleno. 

2019 Maruti Wagon R

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manoj bose
Sep 2, 2019 7:40:16 AM

Excellent car for family purpose

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