Maruti Suzuki all set to bring Wagon R Stingray

Indian Autogiant, Maruti Suzuki is all set to introduce premium Wagon R Stingray in small car segment. The car carries various improvements.

A few years back, Maruti Wagon R grabbed the position of second largest sold car brand in Indian market. Unfortunately the hatchback slipped to fourth position in financial year 13. Now in order to revamp its position in the middle of slow down, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd is all set to introduce a premium car Maruti Wagon R Stingray in India. It is being anticipated that the new hatchback will make its dominating place in small car segment. The auto giant is planning to position the new hatchback above its Wagon R. It is notable that the new Maruti Wagon R Stingray was launched in Japan last year with a variety of improvements. As per the latest update the Indian version is also going to incorporate various eye ball grabbing features.

Stingray was first caught in 2007, the premium hatch back is a sportier version of Wagon R with an eye catching styling in front and in the rear, the car possess masculine cues. Maruti Wagon R Stingray features, the car’s overall shape will be developed on the lines of Wagon R and it is going to bear thin and deep headlamps boasting sportier chrome strip on the grille that runs between horizontal shaped front lights.

Maruti Wagon R Stingray will offer dynamic interiors with different colour contrasts, the premium hatchback will be having an integrated gear stick firmly place on dashboard. The Indian variant would be more fuel efficient and will carry a 1000cc three-cylinder KSeries petrol engine( same engine is also being used A-Star and Alto K10). The powerful engine will produce 67.9PS and 90Nm of torque. Its normal trim levels will come with a manual transmission. Maruti Wagon R Stingray price, the car will cost Rs 50, 000 more than the standard hatchback.
Maruti Suzuki’s share in Indian car market is very high, to overcome the prevailing slowdown the auto giant is also planning to introduce the LPG and CNG variants of standard Wagon R.