New Maruti Wagon R Bookings Open At Rs 11k, Teaser Out!

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Maruti Suzuki has officially opened bookings for the 2019 new Wagon R.

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Updated On:

Maruti Suzuki has officially opened bookings for the 2019 new Wagon R. The hatchback can be booked for a sum of Rs 11,000 across dealerships in India. Alternatively, the WagonR can also be booked online, on Maruti Suzuki’s official website. If you book one right away, chances are you might get delivery by the time the car is launched, i.e 23 January.

The Big New WagonR is strong on features which are designed to add confidence and character to every drive. The manufacturer has also divulged some interesting details about the upcoming hatchback. For starters, Maruti has confirmed that the WagonR will be available with the 68PS/90Nm 1.0-litre, three-cylinder engine, as well as the 1.2-litre 83PS/113Nm engine. Further, both engines will be available with the option of a 5-speed manual, as well as a 5-speed AMT. While the 1.0-litre engine will be made available in the L and V variants, the 1.2-litre motor will be offered in the V and Z variants.

Watch the teaser here.

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There’s also new information on the safety front. The 2019 Wagon R will be based on the fifth-generation heartect platform. Features such as a driver’s airbag, and ABS with EBD will be offered as standard. Notably, in line with the upcoming safety norms, speed alert system, driver seatbelt warning, and rear parking sensors will be part of standard equipment as well.

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The Big New WagonR drives ahead with its unique characteristics of space and comfort from its outgoing version. The new WagonR gets bigger with enhanced comfort. The car’s sturdy and masculine look with true tall boy design makes for a strong road presence.

 Maruti Suzuki’s all-new WagonR will soon entice customers with its robust body language, wider stance, dynamically crafted interiors and spacious cabin with best-in-its class boot space.

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