Maruti Suzuki has unveiled its latest offering in the form of the WagonR 'Stingray'. While the boxy car has been a perennial favourite, we list here 10 points of appeal that the 'Stingray' flaunts.
More sporty, more stylish, the boxy Maruti Suzuki WagonR revamp gives it more than just a new name, the Stingray. The launch of this swanky hatchback is purely a strategic move by the company to combat the slowdown in the auto market. Stingray showed up with starting price of Rs.4.10 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). Maruti feels the auto market is maturing fast and the Stingray was the result.
The exteriors of the car can't be overlooked and the next generation design will soon make this hatch a popular seller. The front fascia is one part where Maruti Suzuki designers have given their best. The boxy looks have been transformed into a very appealing look, specific target being the bonnet, which now looks more aggressive and sportier. Headlights merging into the redesigned radiator grille also catches attention, while the wider bumper makes this car look futuristic and sporty. (Image Credit : CarDekho)
The side profile of the Maruti Suzuki WagonR Stingray also received attention, but the changes were few, largely cosmetic. The wheel arches now hold a classic touch with alloy wheels, obviously an appreciable attempt to add sporty character to this hatchback. The character lines on the sides work well to give more of muscular elements to the car. Unlike the existing model of WagonR, this newbie is bestowed with body color door handles and external rear view mirrors. Dimensionally, the Stingray is 3636mm long, 1475mm wide and has a height about 1670mm. (Image Credit : CarDekho)
Beneath the bonnet, Maruti Suzuki WagonR Stingray houses the same 1.0 litre K-series petrol mill, which is capable of churning maximum power output of 67.1bhp @ 6200rpm, while peak torque stands at 90Nm @ 3500rpm. Mechanically, the car remains the same, but assures impressive power, better fuel