Maruti Wagon R 2019 sells 14,650 units in November 2019 to breach the one lakh threshold figure.
Since its launch in January 2019, the new Maruti Wagon R has sold 1,03,325 units until November 2019.
YoY growth is 29.50%.
The 3rd-generation Maruti Wagon R has proved its mettle by crossing the sales figure of one lakh in the eleven months since its launch in January 2019. Compared to the sales of the 2nd-gen Maruti Wagon R in November 2018, the YoY growth is 29.50%.
The new Maruti Wagon R has sold 14,650 cars in November as compared to the second-placed Hyundai Santro sales figure of 3,852.
The new Maruti Wagon R comes with a choice of two engines, a 1.0L and 1.2L K-series engine. These engines pair with a 5-speed manual gearbox as a standard offering with the 5-speed AGS available as an option.
The 1L engine delivers a power of 67ps and 90Nm of peak torque, whereas the corresponding figures for the 1.2L engine are 82ps and 113Nm respectively. The Heartect Lightweight Platform forms the basis of this new Maruti Wagon R.
The immediate rival to the Maruti Wagon R, the 2nd-gen Hyundai Santro has an impressive start with 23,500 pre-bookings. However, the vehicle could not sustain the momentum because of the decline in the demand position.
Compared to the 3rd-gen Maruti Wagon R, the 2nd-gen Hyundai Santro comes with a 1.1L 4-cylinder petrol engine capable of producing a peak power of 69ps and torque of 99Nm. A CNG variant is also available that delivers a power of 59ps and torque of 84Nm. The transmission duties rest on a 5-speed manual gearbox and 5-speed AMT (a first-time feature). The Santro chassis is an updated version of Grand i10’s BA architecture.