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I have an offer for Maruti Suzuki WagonR Stingray 2013 top model for Rs. 3.75 lacs, is it worth?

By: Pranab Roy on 11 october 2014

4 Answers:

Stingray is a make over of the previously famous WagonR. With the same maruti suzuki 998cc engine which delivers 68bhp and 90Nm of power and torque respectively, the only changes are in its style and comfort. The new Stingray is sporty, more spacious, more comfortable, more effeicient and even safer than its predecessor. The Stingray gives a mileage of around 16 and 20 in city and on highway respectively and with its front and rear fog lights, rear window washer, orvms, body coloured bumpers, keyless central locking, airbag, ABS and a real flashy front grille it is a value for money product in this range and segment. The price could be negotiated a little bit but if that doesn't works this is still a good deal.

Sonal Gupta   2014-10-11

Look at the features of the car, how many kms it has been driven around and the condition of car. There is no doubt that Stingray has a powerful 998 cc engine which belongs to the K series and delivers 68bhp and 90Nm power and torque. It is stylish, spacious, more efficient and more comfortable than the previous models of WagonR. It also has improved safety features which includes airbag, keyless central locking, ABS, etc., which you won't find in other cars of the same range. You might try to negotiate a bit on the quoted price, but in case that doesn't work, the deal still seems to be good enough.

Anirudh   2014-12-03

According to me if you are actually getting Maruti Suzuki Wagon R Stingray 2013 model with the price tag of 3.75 lakhs then you should go foot this offer as this seems to be a good deal and without and any doubt I can assure you that you will not face any kind of disappointment after getting this offer as this car is perfect for daily use. Before buying and second hand car you should first check all the papers and engine background in order to avoid frauds.

Sajag   2015-02-21

We would be true to you in this regard. A used car deal depends majorly on the condition of the car's exterior and interior, mileage driven, condition of tyres, all papers up, etc. Secondly, better get the car road tested by a known mechanic of yours. If they give a thumbs-up, you go ahead with it. Stay away from cars driven rough, and have already been driven for a mileage beyond 80k. Fianlly, it's not just the outward of the car which looks amazing, it is basically the engine which should be strong. Otherwise, you might endup paying for weekly maintenance of the car. Choose wisely!

Pavi   2015-03-06

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