The Maruti Wagon R 2019 has been launched with the impression of a big boxy tallboy which is hardwired of a roomier space.
As for dimension, the Wagon R stands 150mm taller than the Hyundai i10, but conversely 100mm narrower. This specific design mainly aims at yielding more space for the passengers, especially headroom.
The interior goes with the black and beige theme which complements each other. The dashboard bears a resemblance with its predecessor.
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R’s safety package is updated with a series of decent security features.
The wagon receives the power from a 3-cylinder, 1-litre motor which can produce 67PS of house strength and 90Nm of torque.
I recently purchased a Maruti Wagon R VXI Optional AMT (1.0). It is a good-looking vehicle. With some extra accessories, the car can look better. However, the running doesn't live up to my expectations. The gear changes often lead to a slight jerk, which is comfortable. The fifth gear shifts only when you nearly reach 60 kms in the city, which is another nuisance.
Maruti WagonR resumes testing again as it is expected to be nearing its launch. It will come with a high-voltage underfloor-mounted battery pack that will give it a speculated driving range of around 200 km.