Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Fuel Efficiency Figures looked at :
New-gen Wagon R's lightweight Heartect platform has enhanced fuel efficiency, making it more effective than the active model.
Simply a week ago, Maruti Suzuki launched the all-new Wagon R at an attractive price point. Valued from Rs 4.19 lakh to Rs 5.69 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the new tall-boy hatch boasts many highlights compared to the older model – the most huge of which is the expansion of a more powerful, 83hp, 1.2-liter petrol engine option. The new Wagon R's component list has developed, as has an interior room. What works in the new Wagon R's support is that it depends on Suzuki's Heartect platform which supports various vehicles from the brand, for example, the Swift, Ignis, Ertiga, and Baleno.
The stage has likewise cut the heaviness of the hatchback by 50-65kg, depending upon the variation. That, thus, brings an advantage the Wagon R's objective client will positively esteem - higher fuel efficiency. New Wagon R has an ARAI certified fuel efficiency figure of 22.5kpl for the 68hp, 1.0-liter oil motor, while the more powerful 1.2-liter engine's mileage is pegged at 21.5kpl. Both these figures are the equivalent for both the manual and AMT forms of the new Wagon R and are necessary upgrades over the active Wagon R's 20.51kpl figure. The outgoing model was just accessible with the 1.0-liter petrol engine. Though new Wagon R, it did also come with a factory-fit CNG option that delivered 19.3 kilometers per kg of natural gas. The all-new Wagon R is relied upon to get a CNG variant at a later date.
Contrasted with its opponents, the New Wagon R is more fuel efficient than the new Hyundai Santro (20.3kpl) as well as Datsun Go (19.83kpl). Besides that, it isn't exactly as fuel-efficient as the Tata Tiago (23.84kpl) and Maruti Suzuki's own Celerio (23.1kpl).
Curiously, the new Wagon R's tank size is 3 liters smaller than its opposition at 32 liters, effect range on a single tank of oil. The first drive of the new Maruti Suzuki Wagon R demonstrated the model holds the first's equation while further reinforcing its core qualities. The New Wagon R may still be the car to beat in its segment regarding spaciousness and sheer practicality