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Suzuki Wagon R

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Suzuki Wagon R
Suzuki Wagonr 2008.jpg
2008 Suzuki Wagon R FX Limited
Overview
ManufacturerSuzuki
Also called
Production1993–present
AssemblyJapan: Kosai, Shizuoka (Kosai Assembly Plant)
Body and chassis
Class
Body style
Related
Powertrain
Engine
  • 660 cc (Wagon R)
  • 1000 cc (Maruti Wagon R/Suzuki Karimun)
  • 1200 cc (Wagon R+/Maruti Suzuki Wagon R/Solio)
  • 1300 cc (Wagon R+)
  • 1400 cc (Changhe-Suzuki Big Dipper)
Transmission

The Suzuki Wagon R (Japanese: スズキ・ワゴンR, Suzuki Wagon'āru) is a kei car manufactured and marketed by Suzuki since 1993. The R in the name stands for Revolution and Relaxation (not Racing).[1] The Wagon R uses a "tall wagon" configuration to maximize cabin space within kei car dimensional restrictions.

The Wagon R has been the best-selling kei car in Japan since 2003.[2] In 2008, Suzuki produced its three-millionth Wagon R.[3] Sales reached 5 million at the end of February 2010.

First generation (CT21S/CT51S/CV21S/CV51S; 1993–1998)

First generation (CT21S/CT51S/CV21S/CV51S)
Suzuki Wagon R 001.JPG
First generation Wagon R (right-hand side)
Overview
Also calledMazda AZ Wagon
ProductionSeptember 1993 – October 1998
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style3/5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 657 cc F6A SOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 657 cc F6A SOHC I3-T (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
Transmission3-speed automatic
4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,335 mm (91.9 in)
Length3,295 mm (129.7 in)
Width1,395 mm (54.9 in)
Height1,640–1,695 mm (64.6–66.7 in)
Curb weight720–820 kg (1,587–1,808 lb)

The first generation Wagon R is 1,640 mm (64.6 in) high, or 255 mm (10.0 in) taller (170 mm (6.7 in) internally) than the JDM Suzuki Alto sold at the same time (which was exactly the same length and width). The R used the same 660 cc F6A three-cylinder engines as did the Alto and other Suzuki kei cars. Originally with two doors on the left side and a single door on the right (driver's) side, it was introduced at the 1993 Tokyo Motor Show.[4] In August 1996 the more common, symmetrical five-door setup became available and soon supplanted the earlier body style. For model year 1994, it won the Automotive Researchers' and Journalists' Conference Car of the Year award in Japan.

The rebadged Mazda AZ Wagon was presented in September 1994. Also using the F6A engine, this model was marketed through Mazda's Autozam network as part of an OEM deal.[5]

A bigger first generation Wagon R, the Suzuki Wagon R+, was added in early 1997 and manufactured in Japan until the end of 2000 for the European market. The car featured a wider body and the K10A naturally aspirated engine with 996 cc and four-cylinders. The same Wagon R+ was also available with a 1.2 litre K12A engine.

Second generation (MC21S/MC11S/MC22S/MC12S; 1998–2003)

Second generation (MC21S/MC11S/MC22S/MC12S)
Suzuki Wagon R 211.JPG
Suzuki Wagon R (pre-facelift)
Overview
Also calledMazda AZ Wagon, Opel Agila
ProductionOctober 1998 – September 2003
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style4/5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 657 cc F6A SOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 657 cc F6A SOHC I3-T (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
TransmissionCVT
3-speed automatic
4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,360 mm (92.9 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,640–1,685 mm (64.6–66.3 in)
Curb weight730–900 kg (1,609–1,984 lb)

1998 saw the introduction of the second-generation Wagon R in Japan, with the redesign of the Wagon R+ and replacing it in 1999 - this was brought to Europe in 2000, with larger engines. This is also produced in Esztergom in Hungary by Magyar Suzuki and in Gurgaon, India by Maruti Suzuki. The Opel Agila is a badge engineered version of the Suzuki Wagon R+, also introduced in summer 2000. This generation of Maruti Suzuki Wagon R in India was produced until 2010.

Third generation (MH21S/MH22S; 2003–2008)

Third generation (MH21S/MH22S)
2003-2005 Suzuki Wagon R.jpg
2003–2005 Suzuki Wagon R (pre-facelift)
Overview
Also calledMazda AZ Wagon
ProductionSeptember 2003 – September 2008
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
TransmissionCVT
4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,360 mm (92.9 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,635–1,655 mm (64.4–65.2 in)
Curb weight810–940 kg (1,786–2,072 lb)

The third generation Wagon R was launched in Japan in September 2003 for the Wagon R's tenth Anniversary, but now only as a 660 cc K6A-engined kei car - no oversized version (like the previous Wide and + versions) was developed. The third generation was then facelifted in September 2005 and replaced three years later.

The Stingray, first seen in February 2007, is a sportier version of the third generation Suzuki Wagon R. In addition to a more aggressive front end treatment, the Stingray also received clear taillights. Alloy wheels and an aero kit were also standard. The 660 cc engine was powered by a turbocharger, further enhancing the speed and acceleration. On average, the Stingray went from 0 km/h (0 mph) to 100 km/h (62 mph) in about 15 seconds.

Fourth generation (MH23S; 2008–2012)

Fourth generation (MH23S)
4th generation Suzuki Wagon R 02.jpg
Fourth generation Suzuki Wagon R
Overview
Also calledMazda AZ Wagon
ProductionSeptember 2008 – November 2012
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc K6A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
TransmissionCVT
4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,400 mm (94.5 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,660–1,675 mm (65.4–65.9 in)
Curb weight800–930 kg (1,764–2,050 lb)

The fourth generation Wagon R was launched in Japan in September 2008 along with the sportier Stingray, AZ-Wagon and AZ-Wagon Custom variant (the latter two manufactured for Mazda). Significant differences for the new generation include larger rear doors, which incorporate quarter glass, eliminating the need for a D pillar arrangement. Powertrain options include naturally aspirated and turbocharged 660 cc engines with the latter developing an output of 64 PS (47 kW), mated to a 4-speed automatic, a 5-speed manual transmission or a CVT. As with many other Japanese market models, customers can choose between front-wheel and all-wheel-drive versions.

Fifth generation (MH34S/MH44S; 2012–2017)

Fifth generation (MH34S/MH44S)
Suzuki WagonR FX Limited MH34S 20130531.JPG
Suzuki Wagon R FX Limited (pre-facelift)
Overview
Also calledMazda Flair
ProductionSeptember 2012 – January 2017
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 658 cc R06A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc R06A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
Electric motorWA04A
TransmissionCVT
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,425 mm (95.5 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,640–1,660 mm (64.6–65.4 in)
Curb weight780–870 kg (1,720–1,918 lb)

The fifth generation Wagon R range was launched in Japan in September 2012 with an optional mild-hybrid system marketed as "ENE-CHARGE," and an energy-saving electric air conditioning system marketed as "ECO-COOL". With the R06A engine combined with an electric motor/generator and a lithium-ion battery, the ENE-CHARGE provides regenerative braking and power assist to the internal combustion engine and can also run certain electrical equipment, enabling mileage up to 28.8 km/l in Japan's JC08 driving cycle (67.8 mpg US, 3.5 l/100 km EU or 81.4 mpg UK).

For Mazda variants, the fifth generation Wagon R models are marketed as Mazda Flair and Stingray models are rebadged as Mazda Flair Custom Style. Both the Flair and the Flair Custom Style were launched in October 2012.[6]

Sixth generation (MH35S/MH55S; 2017–present)

Sixth generation (MH35S/MH55S)
Suzuki WAGON R HYBRID FX (DAA-MH55S).jpg
Suzuki Wagon R Hybrid FX
Overview
Also calledMazda Flair
ProductionJanuary 2017 – present
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassKei car
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 658 cc R06A DOHC I3 (petrol)
  • 658 cc R06A DOHC I3-T (petrol)
Electric motorWA05A
WA05C
TransmissionCVT
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,460 mm (96.9 in)
Length3,395 mm (133.7 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,650 mm (65.0 in)
Curb weight730–850 kg (1,609–1,874 lb)

The sixth generation Wagon R range was launched in Japan on 1 February 2017. The new Wagon R was leaked on the internet in January 2017. The new model closely resembles the first, second and third generation Wagon R, but is of a more updated design. This iteration comes with an upgraded ISG (integrated starter generator) and increased capacity for the hybrid battery. Due to the improved battery and ISG Wagon R is capable of driving alone on its hybrid battery up to 10 seconds if the speed is kept under 13 km/h (8 mph).[7]

Wagon R-Wide/Solio

First generation (MA61S/MB61S)

First generation (MA61S/MB61S)
Suzuki Wagon R Wide 001.JPG
Suzuki Wagon R-Wide (pre-facelift, Japan)
Overview
Also calledSuzuki Wagon R+ (Europe)
Suzuki Karimun (Indonesia)
Changhe-Suzuki Big Dipper/Beidouxing (China)
ProductionFebruary 1997 – May 1999 (Japan)
1999–2006 (Indonesia)
2004–2018 (China)
AssemblyJapan
Indonesia
China
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 970 cc F10A SOHC I4 (petrol) (Indonesia & China)
  • 996 cc K10A DOHC I4 (petrol)
  • 996 cc K10A DOHC I4-T (petrol)
  • 1171 cc K12A DOHC I4 (petrol) (Europe)
  • 1373 cc K14B DOHC I4 (petrol) (China)
Transmission4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,355 mm (92.7 in)
Length3,400–3,470 mm (133.9–136.6 in)
Width1,575 mm (62.0 in)
Height1,670–1,705 mm (65.7–67.1 in)
Curb weight810–880 kg (1,786–1,940 lb)

The Wagon R-Wide, introduced in February 1997, is a slightly larger car, exceeding the kei car specifications, with larger engines: 996cc (K10A, 48 kW/88Nm), 996cc Turbo (JDM, New Zealand and Australia only, K10A, 73 kW/118Nm) and 1.2 (K12A, 51 kW/93Nm) litre engine. The Wagon R-Wide was sold as the Wagon R+ in the European market (also introduced in the same year) with the atmospheric versions of the 1.0 K10A and the 1.2 K12A. The only other tall wagon style car sold in Europe around the time of its introduction was the Daihatsu Move. The car was made in Japan. It was not galvanised and it was prone to rust, especially in the sills, after years of use in Central and Northern Europe. The Wagon R-Wide was slightly facelifted in May 1998, and this updated Wagon R-Wide was also sold in Europe under Wagon R+. In Europe, the first generation was sold from 1997 until May 2000.

In Indonesia, the facelifted first generation Japanese Wagon R-Wide is called the Suzuki Karimun[8] and was produced locally from 1999 until 2006 and offered with a 1000 cc petrol engine, whilst in China it forms the base for Changhe-Suzuki Big Dipper/Beidouxing. The Big Dipper is available with an indigenously built 1.0 based on the old F10A, or with the more modern 1.4 liter K14B engine.[9]

Second generation (MA63S/MA64S/MA34S)

Second generation (MA63S/MA64S/MA34S)
2003 Suzuki Wagon R+ GL Automatic 1.2 Front.jpg
2003 Suzuki Wagon R+ GL 1.3 (pre-facelift, United Kingdom)
Overview
Also calledSuzuki Wagon R+ (Europe & Japan)
Suzuki Wagon R-Solio/Suzuki Solio (Japan)
Opel/Vauxhall Agila A
Chevrolet MW
Production1999–2010
AssemblyJapan
Hungary
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
Transmission4-speed automatic
5-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,360 mm (92.9 in)
Length3,545 mm (139.6 in)
Width1,620 mm (63.8 in)
Height1,665–1,705 mm (65.6–67.1 in)
Curb weight970 kg (2,138 lb)

When the second generation Wagon R-Wide was launched in May 1999, this became the Wagon R+ in Japan as well. This updated version started sales in the European market in the summer of 2000. The main difference between the JDM Wagon R-Wide/+ and the European Wagon R+ is the door handles, which on JDM models were body-colored while European models received black door handles.

In December 2000, the Japanese-spec model was renamed Wagon R-Solio, and this was available both in the bottom-of-the-line X trim level and in a more sports-oriented trim level known as the 1.3. In June 2002, the 1.0 E trim level was added to the Wagon R-Solio lineup. In August 2003, a mid-facelift Wagon R-Solio was released. In April 2004, the Wagon R-Solio was renamed Solio, losing the Wagon R moniker entirely. In August 2005, a facelifted Solio was launched.

The Hungarian-built Wagon R+ is still being produced for the European market (in 2008, Wagon R-Solio and Solio are not sold), albeit with limited range and availability (it is no longer for sale in Ireland, for example). As of 2006 in the UK, only one model is available - the GL, with a 1.3 litre (1298 cc) 16 valve 4-cylinder petrol engine delivering 59 kW (80 PS; 79 hp), ABS with EBD and air conditioning as options. The current model is 3,540 mm (139.4 in) x 1,620 mm (63.8 in) x 1,695 mm (66.7 in) (length x width x height), with a claimed 597 litres (21.1 cu ft) of cargo space. It was too difficult for either the Wagon R-Solio or Solio to meet with Euro NCAP crash safety ratings. As a result, the Wagon R+ continued in Europe until late 2008, when replaced by the Splash.

From 2000 until 2007, the Wagon R+ is rebadged as Opel/Vauxhall Agila. The Agila was built at an Opel factory in Gliwice, Poland and used Opel Engines and transmissions. The last Agila was a rebadged Splash.

Third generation (MA15S)

Third generation (MA15S)
Suzuki Solio G MA15S.JPG
2011–2013 Suzuki Solio G
Overview
Also calledMitsubishi Delica D:2
Production2010–2015
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,450 mm (96.5 in)
Length3,710 mm (146.1 in)
Width1,620 mm (63.8 in)
Height1,765–1,705 mm (69.5–67.1 in)
Curb weight1,000–1,090 kg (2,205–2,403 lb)

While the Kei-version of the Wagon R went through third and fourth generations, the wider Solio remained in its second generation until undergoing a full model change in December 2010. The third generation Solio was released on 7 January 2011 and is based on the Suzuki Palette instead of the Wagon R, although the Palette itself uses the Wagon R's platform. This generation of Solio (MA15) also provides the basis for an OEM deal with Mitsubishi Motors, rebadged as the Mitsubishi Delica D:2, which was released in March 2011.[10] In Japan, it was sold at a specific retail chain called Car Plaza.

Fourth generation (MA26S/MA36S/MA46S)

Fourth generation (MA26S/MA36S/MA46S)
2016 Suzuki Solio.jpg
2016 Suzuki Solio Hybrid
Overview
Also calledMitsubishi Delica D:2
Production2015–present
AssemblyJapan
Body and chassis
ClassMini MPV
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive
Powertrain
Engine
  • 1242 cc K12C DOHC VVT Dualjet I4 (petrol)
Electric motorWA05A
PB05A
TransmissionCVT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,480 mm (97.6 in)
Length3,710–3,720 mm (146.1–146.5 in)
Width1,625 mm (64.0 in)
Height1,745–1,705 mm (68.7–67.1 in)
Curb weight950–990 kg (2,094–2,183 lb)

The fourth generation Solio was released in Japan on 26 August 2015.

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R

Maruti Wagon R
Maruti Suzuki - WagonR LXi (front).JPG
Second generation Maruti Wagon R (2013 facelift)
Overview
ManufacturerMaruti Suzuki
Production1999-2010 (first generation)
2010-2019 (second generation)
2019-present (third generation)
AssemblyGurgaon, Haryana, India
Body and chassis
ClassCity car
Body style5-door hatchback
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
PlatformSuzuki Wagon R (MC21S) (first generation)
Suzuki Wagon R (MH23S) (second generation)
HEARTECT (third generation)
Powertrain
Engine998 cc K10B 12V I3 (second & third generation)
1,058 cc F10D 16V I4 (first generation)
1197 cc K12M 16V I4 (third generation)
Transmission
Dimensions
Wheelbase2360 mm (first & second generation)
2435 mm (third generation)
Length3495 mm (first generation)
3520 mm (second generation)
3655 mm (third generation)
Width1495 mm (first generation)
1475 mm (second generation)
1620 mm (third generation)
Height1660 mm (first & second generation)
1675 mm (third generation)
Curb weight805-845 kg

The Maruti Wagon R is an Indian version of the international Suzuki Wagon R, manufactured and sold by Suzuki's Indian subsidiary Maruti Suzuki in India and Nepal. The Wagon R was launched in December 1999, and has since undergone several upgrades. When the second generation Maruti Wagon R was launched in 2010, the car was built on a newer platform (based on the fourth generation Japanese market Wagon R), and claimed more interior space, and new features such as an under-seat tray below the front passenger seat (top-end only). The third generation Maruti Wagon R was launched on 23 January 2019, which is a completely separate vehicle and not based on any Japanese model. It is built on the HEARTECT platform.[11]

Originally all Indian Wagon Rs received Suzuki's 1.1 L F10D petrol engine producing 64 bhp (48 kW) at 6200 rpm and 84 Nm (62 lb·ft) of torque at 3500 rpm. The newly launched Wagon Rs are powered by the company's well known K series engine. The aluminum K10B engine produces 68 PS (50 kW; 67 hp) at 6200 rpm and 90 N⋅m (66 lb⋅ft) at 3200 rpm. Also, an LPG version is available F10D engined variants, which runs either on petrol or LPG. An automatic version of the Wagon R was released in late 2015.

Specifications

The Indian model (2010) called Wagon R 1.0, is powered by the new, more efficient three-cylinder 998 cc K10B engine (not the K-Next), which can also be found in the Maruti Suzuki A-Star, Maruti Suzuki Estilo, and more recently the Maruti Suzuki Alto K10 (not in Suzuki Celerio). The engine delivers 68 PS (50 kW; 67 hp) at 6200 rpm, and 90 N⋅m (66 lb⋅ft) at 3500 rpm. Maruti Suzuki launched a new 5 speed vehicle with the same engine and the same body. This version came only in the top model that is the VXi which had ABS as standard. Also, Maruti launched ABS as an option for all Wagon R and Stingray variants. The Wagon R was priced at 4.14 lakh Indian rupees or INR, while Stingray is priced INR 20,000 more than the Wagon R.

Karimun Wagon R (MP31S)

Suzuki Karimun Wagon R (MP31S)
2015 Suzuki Karimun Wagon R GL 1.0 MP31S (20190623).jpg
2015 Suzuki Karimun Wagon R GL (MP31S, Indonesia)
Overview
ManufacturerSuzuki Indomobil Motor
Pak Suzuki Motors
Also calledPak Suzuki Wagon R
ProductionSeptember 2013–present
AssemblyBekasi, Indonesia
Karachi, Pakistan
Body and chassis
ClassCity car
Body style5-door hatchback
5-door panel van
LayoutFront-engine, front-wheel-drive
RelatedSuzuki Wagon R (MH23S)
Powertrain
Engine998 cc K10B 12V I3
Transmission5-speed manual
5-speed AMT
Dimensions
Wheelbase2,400 mm (94.5 in)
Length3,600–3,635 mm (141.7–143.1 in)
Width1,475 mm (58.1 in)
Height1,670–1,700 mm (65.7–66.9 in)
Curb weight825 kg (1,819 lb)
Chronology
PredecessorSuzuki Karimun Estilo

The Karimun Wagon R is a rebadged version of the Indian Wagon R to suit the Indonesian government’s Low Cost Green Car (LCGC) policy. It was unveiled as a concept in June 2013 at the Jakarta Fair and in final production form in September 2013 at the 21st Indonesia International Motor Show. Its production has started from September 2013 at the Tambun, Bekasi Plant for sales in the Indonesian domestic market and Pakistani market and was released in October 2013. The Karimun Wagon R is scheduled to meet the LCGC approval requirements by realizing low fuel consumption and increasing the local procurement rate. Its official name is Suzuki Indomobil Karimun Wagon R. It comes with 4 trim levels: GA as standard, GL, Dilago and GX. The GL, Dilago and GX come with better equipment such as roof racks, sporty gauge cluster and power windows, however, the under seat tray and keyless entry key are for the GX trim only.[12]

The sportier version based on the Stingray, called the Karimun Wagon R GS, was launched in September 2014 at the 22nd Indonesia International Motor Show. Versions with a 5-speed AMT (Automated Manual Transmission) appeared later in May 2015. Dubbed the "AGS", an abbreviation for "Auto Gear Shift", this is basically a 5-speed manual with a hydraulic-powered transmission control unit to allow the manual transmission to shift gears automatically.[13] The Karimun Wagon R received an update in April 2017 at the 25th Indonesia International Motor Show, and is now only available in GL and GS trim levels only. The GL trim received a new in-dash audio system, the new Speedy Blue color was added, and the Garuda emblem was moved from the front grille to the rear hatch on top of the license plate, similar to the GS.

The Pak Suzuki Wagon R is a Pakistani version of the international Suzuki Wagon R, manufactured by Indonesian Suzuki Indomobil Motor and assembled by Pak Suzuki in Pakistan. In Pakistan, the Wagon R was launched in April 2014, and has three trim levels (VX, VXR and VXL). The VX trim was discontinued in 2016.

References

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