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Maruti Suzuki to launch new Wagon R in January 2019
Indian auto major Maruti Suzuki has confirmed that the new model of Wagon R will be launched in India on January 23, 2019. The car will compete with models like Tata Tiago and the recently launched Hyundai Santro.

Although the exact prices of different variants of the car haven't been announced, they are expected to be priced between Rs 4-5 lakh (ex-showroom). The new Wagon R will be offering more features, space and of course, more safety. Maruti Suzuki is also expected to launch an all-electric version of the car in India in 2020.

The new Wagon R which is the current best-seller coming from the Maruti Suzuki stable continues with the legacy of the tall-boy design which interestingly the new Hyundai Santro seems to have abandoned. Although the new model still has those blunt and boxy design elements from the previous Wagon R, a few curves have been thrown in to lend more demeanor to the exterior.

The top spec variants will have premium features like LED tail lamps, alloy wheels, a touchscreen infotainment system with inbuilt navigation, rear parking sensors, a rear view parking camera, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Although many spyshots of the new Wagon R have been running viral on the internet, the exact look of the new model is yet to be revealed by Maruti Suzuki. As far what the new Wagon R brings under the hood, Maruti Suzuki is expected to continue with the same 998 cc K10 engine along with a CNG option to take on the Santro. Also expect the new Wagon R to have 5-speed manual transmission and 5-speed AMT gearbox options.

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