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Image gallery: 2019 Maruti Suzuki WagonR

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31 Jan 2019 13:44:42 IST

It's called 'The Big New WagonR' for good reason – the third generation Maruti Suzuki WagonR is longer, both between its wheels and in overall length, and wider than the model it replaces. Priced at Rs 4.19 lakh (ex-showroom) onwards, it's based on Maruti Suzuki's Heartect A platform, same as the Baleno, Swift and Ignis, and it gets the four-cylinder 1.2-litre petrol engine from those cars as well, apart from the three-cylinder 1-litre petrol carried forward from before. Both engines are available with five-speed manual or AMT gearboxes. We've driven the new WagonR in Udaipur, and you can read that detailed review here. You can also take a quick run-through of the noteworthy details on the new WagonR through pictures right here.

All-new from the ground up, and made just for India, but clean, simple styling doesn't stray too far from the WagonR's DNA

In profile, not obviously longer than outgoing model, but far more interesting to look at thanks to accentuated wheel arches and D-pillar treatment

Brake lights stacked at the top of the tall light assembly will be easy to spot in traffic, apart from helping the WagonR's bigger car impression

1-litre engined-variants come with 13-inch wheels, while this 1.2-litre model wears 14-inch wheels, with 165/70 section MRF ZVTV rubber

14-inch alloy wheels are optional extras

Cabin is all-new, and larger dimensions means more space inside all around

Digital display is uniquely placed and displays revs and driving information such as gear shift indications, range, average fuel efficiency and more

SmartPlay Studio touchscreen infotainment with Apple/Android connectivity, apart from now offering driving information, as well as the ability to extend functionality through smartphone apps

Five-speed AMT shifts smoothly and offers timely gear changes

Cargo space stands at 341 litres, with the added flexibility of 60:40 split folding seats

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