The Wagon R Stingray is another version of the Wagon R. It has been scooped up, as it gets new headlights, which are projector-like. The rear does get
crystal clear tail lamps. The biggest USP in the new Wagon R body shell is its space. The Wagon R Stingray has mostly different exterior styling with the
new reflector grill and different set of alloys.
The Wagon R has acres of space, while even the interiors look a lot funkier than the regular Wagon R. The Wagon R retains most of the same design like the
Wagon R. There is not much of a difference except for a new music system design.
The first and the second rows, both have sufficient space. The old generation Wagon R didn’t have much room for the second row, especially the knee room
was tight. There is ample of headroom and legroom in this current generation in both the rows, and even the boot size is good one. The thigh support on the
seats is also much better than before.
The 1.0 litre K-Series engine is a tried and tested mill. It is a happy to revv three pot engine and it is peppier than the older four cylinder 1.1 litre
that it replaced. This engine is highly refined with low levels of NVH (noise, vibration and harshness). The power delivery of this mill is linear and
there is sufficient power, not just to potter around in city in a higher gear, but also to make those quick overtaking moves. There is no difference in the
engine on the Wagon R and the Wagon R Stingray.
The five-speed manual transmission on the Wagon R is a cable shift and as per the ARAI cycle, the Wagon R returns a fuel economy of 20.51 km per l.
1) Wagon R Stingray LXi
2) Wagon R Stingray VXi
3) Wagon R Stingray VXi (Opt)