Maruti Suzuki has launched the limited edition “WagonR Felicity” in two variants, Lxi and Vxi priced between INR 4.40 lac (equivalent PKR 6.72 lac) to INR 5.37 lac (equivalent PKR 8.2 lac).
Maruti Suzuki has equipped the WagonR Felicity with a host of features such as reverse parking sensors with display and voice guidance, body graphics and rear spoiler. Inside the cabin, the car gets refreshed interiors like Polyurethane (PU) seat upholstery & steering cover and double-din audio system with Bluetooth connectivity.
The WagonR Felicity is powered by the same 998 cc K10B engine as available in regular WagonR in India, churning out 68 PS of maximum power and 90 Nm of peak torque in the petrol option with a fuel efficiency of 20.51 km/liter, while the CNG variant produces 59 PS of power and 77 Nm of torque, with a 26.6 km/kg mileage. The Maruti WagonR is available with the manual, AMT as well as CNG options in the two variants (LXi and VXi).
The Executive Director Marketing & Sales for Maruti Suzuki India Limited, R. S. Kalsi, said:
“WagonR is one of the most successful car brands ever in India and has been among country’s top five best selling cars for last five years in a row. We wanted to celebrate the brand by creating something distinct and special, which is fresh and feature rich. WagonR Felicity is the result, and will be available only in limited numbers. I am sure it will appeal to WagonR loyalists as well as compact car customers who are looking for a product that is unique and distinct.”
Other than the limited edition WagonR Felicity, Maruti Suzuki WagonR comes in 8 variants with 1 engine and 2 transmission and 2 fuel options. Features worth mentioning which are not offered with the top-of-the-line PakSuzuki WagonR VXL in Pakistan, are Driver & Passenger airbags, all 4 power windows, ABS brakes, Automatic transmission and Power outside mirrors.
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