India’s biggest carmaker Maruti Suzuki has announced to have sold over 3 Lakh units of the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R S-CNG, making it the highest sold CNG vehicle in the country.

The Wagon R CNG has been the most successful car across all passenger vehicle segments. Moreover, the tallboy hatchback has also delighted over 24 Lakh families in 20 years.

Maruti Suzuki Wagon-R CNG
Maruti Suzuki Wagon-R

The Maruti Suzuki Wagon R has also been a repeat buy for over 24% of its customers.

Speaking on this achievement Executive Director (Marketing & Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Mr Shashank Srivastava added a few points.

  • Since its debut in 1999, Maruti Suzuki Wagon R continues to be the undisputed market leader in its segment.
  • The hatchback has been the first car for almost 12 lakhs customer and has made over 24 Lakh customers happy.
  • It still manages to feature among the top 5 best-selling cars in India since 2000.
  • The milestone of 3 Lakh sales of Wagon R S-CNG is another testament to the faith bestowed on the brand by our customers.
  • We have persistently strived to offer sustainable mobility options to our customers.

What powers the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R S-CNG?

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R S-CNG leads the Way to a Green Future
Maruti Suzuki Wagon R S-CNG leads the Way to a Green Future
  • It is built on the 5th generation HEARTECT platform.
  • The platform increases the safety of occupants through effective absorption of impact and dispersion of crash energy and assures stability.
  • It comes powered by a BS6-compliant 1.0-litre, 3-cylinder engine and produces 58hp @5,500 rpm with 78 Nm of torque @3,500 rpm when running on CNG.
  • When running on petrol it makes 63hp @6,000 rpm with 90 Nm of peak torque @3,500 rpm.
  • The Wagon R CNG comes fitted with a 60-litre CNG tank and has a claimed fuel efficiency of 33.54 km/kg.
  • The standard safety features include Driver airbag, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) with EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution), front seat belts reminder, speed alert system and rear parking sensors.

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