WagonR launched with new dual tone interiors & piano finish

WagonR launched with new dual tone interiors & piano finish

Maruti Suzuki has launched a new variant of its WagonR tallboy car with dual tone interiors with piano finish and alloy wheels. The VXi+ variant of the WagonR is available with revolutionary Auto Gear Shift (AGS) technology offering mileage of 20.51 km/l. WagonR also comes with dual airbags and anti-lock brake to ensure safety.

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