Maruti Suzuki Wagon R facelift revealed in TV commercial

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R facelift revealed in TV commercialMaruti Suzuki Wagon R, the fourth largest selling car in India for 2012, is coming in with a facelift very soon. To draw attention of what one can expect from the new Wagon R, the company had released a new TV commercial back during Diwali 2012, titled Festivals. The commercial which revolves around the idea of celebrating life, clearly shows the front and rear of the new Wagon R..

Wagon R is a popular in India from Maruti Suzuki. In 2010, Wagon R was the second largest car sold in India while in 2011, it was the third largest. Over 1 million units have been sold of the two generations that are offered with petrol, LPG and CNG options till date. Maruti Wagon R competes with other hatchbacks in the market such as Honda Brio, Hyundai i10 and Chevrolet Beat.

The upcoming WagonR receives plastic body parts including a new front grille, a trapezoidal air dam and foglight enclosures. No details of interior updates have been disclosed and nor are they evident from the commercial. The only thing lacking is a WagonR with a diesel engine as the company gets set to launch the WagonR facelift before the end of this financial year.

Source: HT

Maruti Suzuki New ad – Festivals (2013 Wagon R revealed)

Maruti Suzuki Old ad – Ghar Aa Gaya Hindustan

Maruti Suzuki – Kitna Deti Hain – The Boy and the Witch

Maruti Suzuki – Kitna Deti Hain – Amelia

Maruti Suzuki – Kitna Deti Hain – Yacht

Maruti Suzuki – Kitna Deti Hain – Juno

Maruti Suzuki – Kitna Deti Hain – Tank

Maruti Suzuki – Joy of Life

Maruti Suzuki – Omni

 

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