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Launch Price Rs 3.58 lakhs for Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Facelift

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R facelift has arrived in India with a price range of Rs 3.58 lakhs to Rs 4.13 lakhs, ex-showroom New Delhi. Wagon R CNG is at 4.42 lakhs. It will compete with Honda Brio, Hyundai i10 and Chevrolet Beat.

Launch Price Rs 3.61 lakhs for Maruti Suzuki Wagon R FaceliftWagon R has consistently featured in the top 5 selling cars list in India. In 2012, it was placed fourth. 2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R for India is launched in both petrol and CNG variant, the LPG variant is not yet revealed. Bookings have commenced at all the authorized dealerships from today and by paying a deposit of Rs 10,000 you can book one for yourself.

The Wagon R was first introduced by Suzuki in 1993. Later in 1999, Maruti Suziki India, the Indian arm of Suzuki Motors, introduced the Wagon R in India. Ever since the launch, Wagon R has been given 3 updates, 2003, 2006, and 2010. This is the fourth update. The new Wagon R has received cosmetic updates, while the engine is the same, K10B petrol engine mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox, which generates 68 PS and 90 Nm.

New Maruti Suzuki Wagon R 2013, will be available in four variants, three petrol and one CNG. Prices of the same are as follows; Wagon R LX – Rs 3.58 lakh, Wagon R LXi – Rs 3.88 lakh, Wagon R LXi (CNG) – Rs 4.42 lakh and , Wagon R VXi – Rs 4.13 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi. Mumbai ex-showroom prices are as follows; LX – Rs 3.76 lakh, LXi – Rs 4.12 lakh, LXi (CNG) – Rs 4.69 lakh and, VXi – Rs 4.39 lakh. For more information, scroll down

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