Pakistan – Pak Suzuki launches new Wagon R

Posted on: Apr 25, 2014 - 11:32am IST

Pak Suzuki Motor Company (PSMC) launched the new generation (Maruti) Suzuki Wagon R in Karachi last Friday. The vehicle, in the same configuration as sold in India, is imported from Indonesia as components, and assembled locally.

Suzuki Wagon R Pakistan

The car measures 3.6 m long, 1.47 m wide, 1.67 m tall with a wheelbase of 2.4 m. It sits on 145/80 R13 tires and has a ground clearance of 170 mm.

The Pakistani Wagon R gets the same 998 cc K10B three-cylinder Euro 2 compliant engine that develops 67 hp @ 6,200 rpm and 90 Nm @ 3,500 rpm. It is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission.

Three variants of Wagon R are launched – VX, VXR and VXL – in 9 body colours.

Suzuki Wagon R prices in Pakistan

  • VX: 899,000 rupees (INR 5.60 lakh)
  • VXR: 1,049,000 (INR 6.53 lakh)
  • VXL: 1,089,000 (INR 6.79 lakh)

The top-end model gets features such as Power Windows, Power Steering, air conditioning and a 2-DIN audio system, but does not offer ABS or airbags.

Suzuki Wagon R Pakistan rear three quarters

Pak Suzuki has a market share of 54 percent and produced 77,000 cars from its plant last year. The company sells the Cultus, Liana, Swift, Wagon R, Mehran (800), APV, Jimny, Bolan, Cargo Van (Omni) and Ravi (Omni pickup) in the local market.

Suzuki Wagon R in Pakistan – Image Gallery

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11 thoughts on “Pakistan – Pak Suzuki launches new Wagon R

  1. shahid iqbal says:

    car is not so much beautiful but price is much beautiful thanks

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  2. dr shahid says:

    Is wegon R available in automatic transmission

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  3. ABDUL QAYYUM says:

    SIR WAGON-R CAR IS BEAUTIFUL HIS PRICE IS TO MUCH EXPENCIVE

    PLZ REDUCE THE PRICE IN ALTO VXR POSITION IN 2008.

    THANKS.

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  4. Iftikhar says:

    Dear All:
    Vehicle looks good but it is very expensive.
    thanks,
    Iftikhar

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  5. dr javed iqbal khan says:

    car looks good,bt we dont hav its experience,wll like to wait to c hw other people say abt it

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  6. zeeshsan says:

    any experts out there who could rate this vehicle ? I am seriously planing to get one of these but not sure how much technically sound this vehicle is. Price seems to be rather fair but does this car worth that much. Assembled in Pakistan and parts manufactured in Indonesia is another factor which needs bit of pondering.

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  7. M. A. Paracha says:

    I would like to know the weight of the car as well as the average mileage on petrol, which very important to know owing the sky high price of petrol in Pakistan.

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    1. Dear Mr. Paracha, we don’t have the official mileage figure, but the kerb weight of the vehicle is 825-835 kg (depending on the variant) and the gross vehicle weight is 1,350 kg.

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  8. sandeep says:

    from the Suzuki stable in Pakistan i would say the Jimny & APV are the cars India also should get. APV would be a better alternative to GO+ and Mobilio if it is cheaper i think

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