Launched in 1999, the Wagon R has cemented its position as one of the best vehicles Suzuki has on offer. Now, the much awaited new Suzuki Wagon R has been launched. The all-new Wagon R is available with two engine options and three variants. The car will be priced at Rs 24,99,000 (1.0-litre VXi), Rs 26,99,000 (1.2-litre VXi Optional), and Rs 27,99,000 (1.2-litre ZXi Optional).

The all-new Wagon R now comes with a tall-boy design, a wider stance, and spacious interiors with best-in-its class boot space. It is powered by the advanced K-series engine offering high fuel efficiency. The car also with a new 1.2 L engine option that delivers a powerful performance coupled with great fuel economy.

Customers will also have the choice of 1.0 L engine for the all-new WagonR. Suzuki’s two-pedal technology will also be offered in the new Wagon R. The Auto Gear Shift (AGS) offers hassle-free drive in stop-go traffic with no compromise on fuel efficiency.

On the inside, the new Wagon R offers SmartPlay Studio infotainment experience, apart from playing music, this infotainment unit also lets you surf news, get latest updates on weather and locate eateries around. On the safety front, the new Wagon R has been developed on the 5th Generation Heartect platform, which according to the company makes the car stable, strong and safe. Safety features including driver airbag, ABS (Antilock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution) and front seat belts reminder, speed alert system and rear parking sensors are standard across variants.

The new Wagon R is available in the following range of colors:  Pearl Poolside Blue, Pearl Nutmeg Brown, Magma Grey, Pearl Autumn Orange, Silky Silver Superior White.

During the same occasion, Suzuki has also inaugurated their brand new state of the art showroom at Dhobighat. The showroom was inaugurated by Mr. Shashank Srivastav, Executive Director at Maruti Suzuki India and Mr. Arun Chaudhary, Chairman and MD at CG|Holdings.

The new showroom will be the flagship outlet of Suzuki in Nepal. The facility spread over 12,086 sq. ft. will be a one window outlet that will provide finance and exchange under one single roof.