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The Suzuki Wagon R is a kei car manufactured by the Japanese brand Suzuki since 1993. The letter R in the name stands for Recreation.The "tall wagon" or "tall boy" design is first featured that the car is designed to be unusually tall with a short bonnet and almost vertical hatchback, and sides in order to maximize the cabin space while being kept within the kei car dimension restrictions.
This Kei Car is suitable for a joyful ride.
Suzuki Wagon R has been a lucrative car for Suzuki in the International market, mainly since introducing the car in India. Sales of Suzuki Wagon R have rocketed to 5 million units at the end of February 2010.
Car From Japan mainly sell latest generation model of this Suzuki Wagon R. Related to money, used Suzuki Wagon R for sale by Car From Japan here got greatly reasonable prices ranging from US$8,159 to US$10,814 and, we got incredibly prices down to US$250.
Suzuki Wagon R: A K-Car Of Utmost Recreation
The Suzuki Wagon R is based on the latest Heartect platform of Suzuki. The old Wagon Rs used to be built on the smaller A platform that underpins Suzuki’s line of ‘kei’ compact hatchbacks for Japan. Benefits of the new platform come with improved performance in crash tests, a lighter kerb weight, improved dynamics and an even roomier cabin.
Larger on the inside, now available with a more powerful engine, better-equipped and better-built, our Suzuki Wagon R got a lot to offer with fair price. What the Wagon R retains is its original formula of an incredibly functional budget car. Given spaciousness and sheer practicality, the new Suzuki Wagon R is your car of choice.
4. Exterior Magnificence
The Wagon R keeps the tall-boy proportions of its predecessors but also looks like a more substantial car. Compared to the outgoing model, the new Suzuki Wagon R is substantially 125mm wider, 56mm longer and is 35mm longer in its wheelbase too. Wagon R 1.0 is 65kg lighter than its previous models, and even the heaviest of the Wagon Rs, the 1.2 ZXI AGS, tops the scale at just 845kg.
From the side view the car is sure to look big.
Designers delivered a bit more style to Wagon R. You can see a bulkier and more rounded-off nose, and features look good like the sporty chin and the 'arrow'-shaped headlights. A nicely sculpted shoulder line and neatly defined wheel arches is available, and even the glass house is 'in-set' from the base of the car clearly. The black plaque that runs from the C-pillar to the tailgate gives the Wagon R a 'floating roof' look and even the big tail lights work well.
Rear view and side view together.
The Wagon R’s lift-type door handles are not so nice, albeit acceptable on a car of this class. Alloy wheels are only available as an accessory, and if you look closely, there’s no cladding in the wheel wells. The bonnet shut line is not the tightest and done deliberately to minimise the possibility of damage to the upper portion of the plastic grille in the event of the bonnet being slammed shut.
3. Interior Comforts
The wide opening door and the ideal seat height make it easy to get in and out of the new Wagon R. The cabin inside looks much more contemporary as compared to the old car. It’s a well designed cabin as all the frequently used features like the infotainment system and air con controls are placed higher up. The new Wagon R unlike the old car now gets the top ZXi variant that adds a lot more features than before. The seven inch touchscreen infotainment system is a brand-new unit and it features Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. A SmartPlay Studio app connects to the system. Through this app you get offline navigation, music and many more features. The touch sensitivity and screen quality is good too. Overall interior fit and finish has taken a big step-up compared to the previous model.
Interior design is intelligent.
Thanks to the bigger body and better packaging interior space has grown in all directions. The front seats are accommodating and offer good support. But it’s at the back where space and comfort has taken a big leap forward. The new Wagon R offers much more knee room and the wider cabin gives it an airy ambiance. As compared to the Hyundai Santro, the new Wagon R has 30mm more knee room, 70mm more headroom and 70mm more shoulder room. This results in a car that can easily accommodate three adults at the back in good comfort. The rear bench itself is well shaped and the upright backrest gives good good support too. What would have made the rear seat even better is better under thigh support and adjustable headrests.
It got cavernous boot space.
Boot space is cavernous for a car of this size. You get a giant 341 litres of luggage space and the boot is well-shaped and deep too.You also get 60:40 split folding rear seats for additional convenience. Despite plenty of storage spaces in the cabin, the new Wagon R doesn’t improve upon its predecessor. There are large door pockets, storage in front of the gearlever and a decently sized glovebox. But therea are no unique storage options like the twin gloveboxes and cup holder in front of the AC vent of the old car.
4. Operational Excellence & Driving Experience
The old Wagon R’s 68hp, 1.0-litre three-cylinder K10 unit has been carrying around but it’s been tweaked for more efficiency (22.5kpl, ARAI figure). The better news is that, for the first time, the Wagon R is also available with Suzuki’s larger four-cylinder 1.2-litre K12 engine. The option of the 83hp engine is a response to the demands of Wagon R loyalists who felt the car needed more power. Of course, fuel economy hasn’t been important on the 1.2 either while its ARAI-tested 21.5kpl is among the best in the same class. Engines are both available with 5-speed manual and AMT gearboxes.
On any surface, at any speed, the Wagon R felt unfazed and the refined suspension simply excel at its job. Only at low speeds you may feel some stiffness and the sharp bumps do jar you a bit. With hardly any challenging corners, it is difficult to assess its handling prowess but first impressions are pretty positive. Though a little vague at first, the steering feels surprisingly direct as you add more lock and the Wagon R felt rock steady at high speeds too. The new torsion beam rear suspension has also helped the new Wagon R’s dynamics as compared to the rudimentary ITL (Isolated Trailing Link) setup on the old car.
A Prolific Investment
The new Wagon R is a huge leap ahead of its predecessor in almost every department. That is no huge flattery for a car that was already selling in big numbers. It gets a more premium cabin, loads of equipment, good interior space, high practicality and more importantly, it now drives well too. So like before, the new Wagon R remains a hatchback that is great value for money.