Maruti has propelled the Wagon R S- CNG in India. It is accessible in two variations, LXI and LXI (O), valued at Rs 4.84 lakh and Rs 4.89 lakh (ex- showroom Delhi), separately. It goes inside two months after the third-gen Wagon R went discounted in the nation in January 2019. The new Wagon R was propelled with two oil motors choices- 1.0- liter and 1.2- liter. At the dispatch of the Wagon R, Maruti Suzuki had uncovered that the CNG adaptation will come in later.
On introduction of Wagon R CNG, R.S. Kalsi, Senior Executive Director, Marketing and Sales, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “At Maruti Suzuki, we continuously strive to offer products that are technologically advanced and environment friendly. With Wagon R S- CNG customers will be able to enjoy the benefit of 26 per cent better fuel economy than the outgoing Wagon R CNG and superior technology which is safe, reliable and environment friendly.”
The Wagon R S- CNG has been propelled in select states however. It will be sold in Delhi- NCR, Gujarat, Mumbai, Pune, portions of Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh as these states have reasonable CNG fuel foundation. Maruti is putting forth the Wagon R CNG with the 1.0- liter oil motor (K10B) as it were. This motor has been continued from the last- gen Wagon R, and was accessible with the CNG choice beforehand too. The present Alto K10 CNG and Celerio CNG are likewise controlled by this motor.
With CNG, the 1.0- liter motor produces 59 bhp of intensity and 78 Nm of torque, which is like what it delivers in the CNG renditions of the Alto K10 and Celerio. This makes it around 9 bhp less ground- breaking than its petroleum fueled variant, however indistinguishable to the Santro CNG. The Wagon R CNG has an asserted mileage of 33.54 km / kg, though the equivalent for the Santro CNG is 30.48 km / kg. Maruti Suzuki claims that the 2019 Wagon R S- CNG is 26 per cent more eco- friendly than the active Wagon R CNG.
While the Wagon R 1.0 can be had with an AMT too (in the V variation), the Wagon R CNG must be had with a 5- speed MT, as it is being offered in the L and L (O) variations as it were. Hyundai likewise offers the Santro CNG with a 5- speed MT as it were. Not at all like the Santro CNG, which is accessible in the mid-spec variations (Magna and Sportz), Maruti is putting forth the Wagon R CNG in the base L and the L (O) variations as it were. It gets highlights, for example, driver airbag, ABS with EBD, front safety belt update, speed ready framework, back stopping sensors, rooftop receiving wire, body- hued guards, manual AC and front power windows. The LXI (O) variation, notwithstanding gets additional highlights like co-driver airbag and front safety belts with pretensioners and burden limiters.
At a cost of Rs 4.84 lakh (ex- showroom Delhi), the Wagon R CNG is evaluated including some hidden costs of Rs 65,000 over the LXI oil. The Santro CNG, accessible in Magna and Sportz variations, is estimated at Rs 5.24 lakh and Rs 5.65 lakh (ex- showroom Delhi) separately. Stay tuned to V3cars.com for further updates on the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R S- CNG.