Tata Motors betting big on AMT, to equip almost all cars with AT    India is Hyundai's fastest growing market in the world    Royal Enfield to enter Brazil market    2016 Auto Expo gets more than 1.30 lakh footfalls on Sunday    Maruti Baleno shipments begin to Japan from India

2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Facelift Launched

Total Shares 0

2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

Maruti Suzuki has facelifted the Wagon R for 2013, giving the vehicle quite a few changes. The Wagon R is one of the best selling cars for Maruti Suzuki and has constantly been the fourth highest selling car in the company’s portfolio. However last month, the company saw a sharp decline in the sales of the Wagon R, which fell ten positions in overall sales. The Wagon R sold 11,075 units in November 2012 but fell to a low 4316 units in December 2012. Now the facelifted Maruti Wagon R is all set to boost back sales of the vehicle, bring it back in the top 5.

The 2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R gets a new front grille, which is smaller than before. The single slat grille replaces the three slat grille on the older model. The bumper gets a bigger air dam while the fog lights get new enclosures. The headlights, wheels and most part of the exteriors continue to be the same as the old model. We some how find the old Wagon R more appealing on the outside than the new version. The interiors of the new Maruti Wagon R get a good uplift too. The black and gray interiors have been replaced by beige and brown interiors which look more airy and give the vehicle an upmarket feel.

The dashboard of the 2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R gets slight changes with the centre console getting revised buttons. The top end VXi variant gets an eagle wing audio system with USB and AUX ports. The seats are given the beige treatment too and make the Wagon R feels bigger than before, although the dimensions are unaltered. The engines too are untouched and power continues to come from the tried and heavily tested 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder, K-series petrol mill which churns out 68 PS of power and 90 Nm of torque.

Other changes to the new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R include OBD-II compliance, new day/night inside rear view mirror, new storage box above instrument panel and the addition of two new colors – ecru beige and passion red. The Wagon R continues to be available in LPG and CNG variants and Maruti Suzuki claim an improvement in fuel economy by 8%. The 2013 Wagon R returns an ARAI certified mileage of 20.51 km/l and the vehicle is costlier by around Rs. 10,000/- over the old model.

2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Prices (ex-showroom, Delhi) –

  • Wagon R Lx – Rs. 3.58 lakh
  • Wagon R LXi – Rs. 3.88 lakh
  • Wagon R LXi (CNG) – Rs. 4.42 lakh
  • Wagon R VXi – Rs. 4.13 lakh

2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Dashboard

2013 Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Interiors

Comments on this entry are closed.

  • No One

    I dont like these boxy design. Japs want to force us like what they like ?

    ZEN Estilo and Wagon R. Really doesnt look like a “car”

  • crazywheels

    Nice move. Although i dont find the changes more than just cosmetic, it adds beauty to this blue boy. The K-series engine is the best petrol engine in terms of refinement and Power. But in my opinion they should use the 1.2 L engine used in Ritz. I like the adrinaline rush of Ritz. The gas filled suspension also does a good deed of work.

  • akash

    dabba gadi . . . . . I hate this car the most.

    • No One

      +1

    • p k

      have u sat or know about car?its a very featured and feeling suv car with best segment petrol engine

    • Nikhil

      Its an awesome car. Have you driven it or even sat inside?? That car has amazing freshness in it

    • techie

      plz go and sit inside a wagonr… then try on any other car in that segment… then criticize it… I’ll bet u’ll change your statement… wagonr is the most comfortable and sopacious car… it may not be much of a sporty driver’s car, but for a family use, it’s the best…

  • Ninu

    QUOTE”The black and gray interiors have been replaced by beige and brown interiors which look more airy and give the vehicle an upmarket feel.” & i thought that its black interiors which feels more upmarket as all AUDIs,BMWs,MERC features black interior theme….lolzzz

  • Another One

    If you don’t like the design, don’t buy it.

2016 Yamaha R3 Test Ride Review

2016 Yamaha R3 Test Ride Review


February 2, 2016    Adwait

The Yamaha R3 is a much more composed bike rather than a purpose oriented race machine Yamaha has finally entered into the quarter-litre sportbike segment with the YZF-R25 and YZF-R3. While other Asian markets get the 250cc version, Yamaha Motor India fortunately offers us the bigger brother – the R3. The bike was long due […]

Honda Drive To Discover 6 – Royal Exploration

Honda Drive To Discover 6 – Royal Exploration


February 1, 2016    Javeid Khan

The CR-V, City, Jazz did well amid rugged conditions in Honda’s latest Drive to Discover Barely before the dust had settled as we moved into the new year, Honda was ready with the first event of 2016. The ‘Honda Drive To Discover’, now into its 6th season, is all about exploring the country while experiencing […]

Maruti Swift vs Mahindra KUV100 vs Hyundai Grand i10 – Comparison Video

Maruti Swift vs Mahindra KUV100 vs Hyundai Grand i10 – Comparison Video


January 30, 2016    Javeid Khan

Catch All The Latest Videos, Subscribe To   Further Reading – Mahindra KUV100 Review Hyundai Grand i10 Diesel Review Hyundai Grand i10 Petrol Review Maruti Swift Review Tata Bolt vs Maruti Swift Hyundai Grand i10 vs Tata Bolt vs Maruti Swift Hyundai Grand i10 vs Tata Bolt vs Maruti Swift – Video

Suzuki Gixxer vs Honda CB Hornet 160R – Shootout

Suzuki Gixxer vs Honda CB Hornet 160R – Shootout


January 27, 2016    Faisal Khan

Shootout: Suzuki Gixxer vs Honda CB Hornet 160R; Shootout No. 145 Price OTR Mumbai: Rs. 89,836-91,004/- (Suzuki Gixxer), Rs. 92,222-97,226/- (Honda CB Hornet 160R) These two motorcycles are the best offerings in the 150cc commuter space and are fun to ride Competition in the 150cc segment has always been at its peak and there is […]

Return to Top ▲Return to Top ▲