Maruti Suzuki Wagon R: Complete monthly EMI details with loan, interest

Maruti Suzuki Wagon R: Complete monthly EMI details with loan, interest

New Delhi: Maruti Suzuki has given India many iconic cars in the last few decades. The company currently has many such cars which are very much liked in the automobile market of India and are the best cars in their segment. One such car is the Maruti Suzuki Wagon R. The facelift of this car was recently launched by the company. The company has also launched the CNG variant of this car. Today we will tell you about the down payment of CNG variant of this car.

Down payment 

To buy Maruti Wagon R CNG, you will have to make a down payment of Rs 71,000. The starting price of Wagon R LXI CNG variant is Rs 6.34 lakh. For the remaining amount, you will have to take a loan, which you can pay every month in installments.


The total loan amount for this car is Rs 6,43,410. Which will have to be repaid by paying Rs 8,16,420 at the rate of 9.8 per cent. In 60 months, you will repay a total of Rs 1,73,010 as interest.


If you choose a tenure of 60 months to repay the Wagon R car loan, you will have to pay Rs 13,607 as monthly EMI every month. The total cost of this car in 60 months will be Rs 8,16,420.

Power and Features

The new Maruti WagonR will see a 7-inch SmartPlay touchscreen infotainment system, which will be equipped with smartphone connectivity and navigation. In this, along with premium audio system, many more special things will be seen. Talking about the engine and power of the upcoming WagonR facelift, it can also see 1.0L K10C petrol and 1.2L K12N petrol engines as well as a new DualJet engine option, which will be capable of giving mileage of more than 25 kmpl.

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This hatchback will be offered with a 5-speed manual and a 5-speed AMT gearbox. The CNG variant of the new WagonR can also be launched. At the same time, the expected price of WagonR facelift can be 10-15 thousand rupees more than the current model.

first published:March 30, 2022, 1:43 p.m.

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