Maruti Wagon R Felicity Limited Edition Launched in India at Rs 4.40 Lakh

Maruti Wagon R Felicity Limited Edition India

Maruti Wagon R Felicity limited edition gets new body graphics, reverse parking sensors with audio guidance and a new 2-DIN Bluetooth-enabled audio

Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) has added a new special edition model to the Wagon R carline and it is priced at Rs. 4.40 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the base variant. The Wagon R Felicity is being offered in two trims namely the base Lxi and top-end Vxi. The limited edition high-spec Vxi (O) AMT is quoted with a price of Rs. 5.37 lakh.

Compared to the standard Wagon R’s range-topper, it has been priced Rs. 13,500 more. The Wagon R Felicity limited edition will not be offered in the Stingray but it is made available in all powertrain options including the CNG. It can be ordered from any Maruti Suzuki authorised dealerships across the country right away.

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The limited-run Wagon R Felicity can be distinguished from the regular model with host of changes that hopes to justify the price tag. The new features include 2-DIN music system with speakers and Bluetooth provision, reverse parking sensors with display and voice assistance, PU seat and steering cover with contrast orange touches, a roof integrated rear spoiler with stop lights for increased sporty appeal and body graphics on the side profile.

The powertrain is the proven 1.0-litre 69 PS petrol motor in manual or AMT option. The special edition Felicity has been introduced to celebrity the tall-boy hatchback’s reign as one of the top five bestselling models in the domestic market over the period of last half a decade according to Maruti Suzuki. The leading car maker in the country has been able to keep the Wagon R range fresh with regular new additions.

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The Stingray and Wagon R saw AMT transmission being added to the lineup to appeal for the growing popularity of customers in the entry-level segment towards automatic cars. Wary of the stiff competition from feature-rich Renault Kwid, Maruti Suzuki made dual airbags and ABS as optional fitments from base trim earlier.