Maruti Suzuki India Limited is trying another 7 seater rendition of its WagonR hatchback, which has been propelled in Japan as Suzuki Solio. The model has been kept an eye on test in Delhi as of late. Based on Maruti Suzuki’s new HEARTECT stage on which the new age Swift, DZire and Ertiga are likewise based. This new stage will enable the MPV to be lighter and more grounded bringing about more fuel effectiveness and better security.
Wearing a similar tall kid outline, the new WagonR gets bigger windows, another two piece front grille, squared headlamp plan and an all around characterized guard. It additionally gets an expansive air dam, lively character lines running over its sides and outside shading alternatives of white, red, dark, silver, blue, beige and darker.
Insides will be roomy for upto 7 grown-ups with open to seating and a large group of infotainment and wellbeing highlights enabling it to agree to Bharat NCAP crash test standards. On board includes incorporate a touchscreen infotainment framework, a 2 DIN framework with Bluetooth, AUX and USB, auto directing, switch sensors and keyless passage.
It additionally gets control windows for each of the four entryways, programmed atmosphere control and electrically flexible ORVMs alongside turn around stopping camera. Head and extra space to move around will be adequate in all seats, front and back, while boot space will likewise be at a premium. Among its other wellbeing highlight will be ABS, EBD, ISOFIX youngster situate mounts and double airbags.
Talking about motor alternatives, the present 1 liter oil motor, fueling the WagonR as on date, offers 67 bhp power and 90 Nm torque mated to a 5 speed manual transmission and AMT unit. This motor will be changed for included power and execution the forthcoming WagonR while fuel effectiveness is pegged at 18-19 kmpl.
As the new Maruti Suzuki WagonR enters a financial plan MPV fragment in India where there are not very numerous players, the 7 seater variation will just need to battle with the Datsun Go+ in its classification, or the up and coming spending plan Renault MPV, which is likewise on test in India nowadays.