The third-gen Maruti Suzuki Wagon R went on sale on Jan 23, 2019.
The new Wagon R is longer and wider than the old model.
The Wagon R retains the tall boy stance of its predecessors.
The Wagon R has a pleasant face and isn't as slab-sided as before.
The Wagon R dash is oddly shaped but quality is better.
The Wagon R's flat front seats get fixed headrests.
The Wagon R's rear seat space is really good.
Near-flat floor helps middle passenger comfort.
Fixed rear headrests are small and will poke into your back.
You can fit in lot of luggage into the Wagon R's boot.
Touchscreen is a first for the Wagon R. Maruti's new Smartplay Studio system works well.
Power window switches shared with other Marutis.
New 1.2-litre engine has added a new dimension of performance.
Wagon R's AMT works well enough. Manual shifts are slick.
Instruments are orange backlit. Digital tacho looks good.
Steering wheel is shared with Maruti Suzuki Ignis.
Rear parking sensors are standard. Curiously, graphic on screen shows a Swift!
Arrow head headlamps give Wagon R some style.
Vertical tail lamps look CR-V-like.
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