Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Maruti Wagon R

Maruti wagon R, already the most popular car in Japan from Suzuki, is slowly gaining immense publicity in India as well. Introduced in 2000, it was equipped with a 1.1-litre MPFI ignition system, powered by a 62bhp @6000 rpm engine and a torque of 8.4gm @3500 rpm. Recently, Maruti Udyog Limited released the new version of the Maruti Wagon-R. A redesigned Wagon-R with a factory-fitted LPG kit.




Although the initially launched Wagon R was doing great in India, the only element needed was to redefine its looks. It just seemed that Maruti was receptant to Customer Feedback and has redone the looks with some really smart interiors and exteriors without compromising on the positives.

The Wagon R is based on the very Japanese way of creating cars; in Japan small cars must pass strict dimensional regulations. That's the reason why maruti cars are not wide, so the only way to liberate space is by going up. Thus making the car look disproportionately tall, this brought about the Tall boy design which can also be seen in the Hyundai Santro.

Its engine configuration of 4 valves per cylinder capacity keeps its fuel consumption lower than other cars. Its Dual Distributionless Digital Ignition (DDLI) gives better start and ideal power distribution. At the same time its mileage of 14.15 kmpl and other features make it more reliable car to the buyer. It is an indeed a perfect blend of Top class luxury, toughness and absolute safety.

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