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Have Look on Wagon R AGS Pictures

- Views 100 - 17 Dec 2019

Pak Suzuki is set to introduce the AGS version of its 1000cc hatchback wagon R early next year. In the meantime, take a look at the latest photos coming up for the upcoming model.


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As per details, the variant is different from previous ones Jus because of its transmission. No other changes are expected to make car more expensive. Suzuki Wagon R has been a success story of a Japanese auto manufacturer in Pakistan. However, the hatchback has now virtually lost free sales due to its rising cost and the relatively small 660cc Alto. The Wagon R is now available in the local market in two variants, namely VXR and VXL. The current factory price of these manual variants of the Wagon R is described below.


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Suzuki Wagon RVXRP RK 1,540,000

Suzuki Wagon RV XLP RK 1,625,000

The Wagon R Auto Gear Shift version will enter the local market next year. The company has not yet revealed a final launch date for the automatic version. It is worth mentioning here that the new version will also come with a price increase, which is expected to be around Rs.



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Wagon R, on the other hand, has lost market share in the last six months o r more. With the implementation of Federal Excise Duty FED against the US dollar, the depreciation of the Pakistani rupee greatly increased its value. As a result, its sales have plummeted, and consumers prefer to buy 660 cc Alto instead. During the first five months of the current fiscal year, its sales declined by 74.97%. The carmaker managed to sell only 3339 units of Wagon R during the period July-November. Pak Suzuki manufactured 6,356 units of its hatchback during that period, indicating lower market demand. Take a look at the comparison of Wagon R sales figures in fiscal year 2019-20 with the same period last year.



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