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Check Out! New Generation Designed Stingray And Suzuki WagonR 2017 Images Leaked


All New Generation Designed Stingray and Suzuki WagonR 2017 Images Leaked. The Automobile giant company Maruti Suzuki’s upcoming updated version of Most promising and selling WagonR and Stingray which sell record volumes are leaked. There are lots of Rumors are running in market that the next Generation wagonR and Stingray have been undergoing hard test before launch this year. They Both cars are among the most selling volumes of Maruti Suzuki since its official launched in the year 1999. Upcoming Brochure images of both cars are leaked online by Japanese websites.

Suzuki WagonR 2017 Images Leaked

Upcoming variant will be more stylish, lighter and safer than the present model’s running in market. Accroding to sources company would be introducing some new features and design according to Indian Requirements. WagonR was introduced into Indian market in the year 1999 and since then car has undergone the three upgrades so far in 2003, 2006 and 2010.


The design has become more quirky and the car looks a lot boxier now. In fact, the car looks like a compressed version of Maruti Suzuki Ecco giving it a Minivan-like stance and get bolder styling and detailed character lines. All specific technical details and changes are yet to be revealed.

Suzuki WagonR 2017 has major changes in Front edge horizontal headlamps and a two-part grille. On the other hand, the Stingray variant comes with a Chevy-style split grille on its front along with the Suzuki logo at the center.


We can expect both two models to be launched in Indian market by the end of year 2017 or may be in the early 2018. They both must be competing with low budget “Renault KWID 1.0-litre” car. Both cars will be offered in medium range of RS. 4 to 6 Lakhs each.

Both cars may not be expecting changes in Engines rather compared to their looks enhancement or exterior. We expect the two cars to be powered by the same 1.0-litre, 660cc petrol engine. The old petrol engine generates 67bhp of power and 91Nm of torque mated to a 5-speed manual transmission.