Well, Maruti landed the WagonR Stingray edition in India recently; it seems to be withstanding the burgeoned inventory of “old” WagonR at its warehouses.
Hence, as an outcome the Indian carmaker launched the Wagon R Madhavan Signature Edition to clear thrust from the stocks as soon as possible. Though, the Signature Edition by its name holds the cosmetic changes only like the other model plates of this brand had presented in the past. We would like to make clear once again, this new edition of Wagon R is not applicable on the ‘Stingray’ metal (only the old WagonR is concluded off for the Madhavan’s exclusivity). There didn’t landed any official information of on the Maruti’s official website about this new vehicle, the image which can be seen over here is take from a leading news daily.
Thanks to print media for making this morning a most goofy once again. The Wagon R Madhavan Signature edition includes signature body graphics on outside, while assisting them for the exclusivity is the autograph of Bollywood actor R Madhavan too (who is the official brand ambassador for this car) near the tail lamp.
On inside, the exclusive door guard sill welcomes its customers in the most appreciating manner. A Kenwood double din system with USB and Aux, rear parking sensors with digital display, leather covered steering wheel and seats comes a part of this new car. Overall the Maruti says, above mentioned features costs one a bomb of Rs. 32,000 if added separately without including it in the R Madhavan package, but if opted for Wagon R Madhavan Signature Edition then all can be owned for an additional price of Rs. 20,000 than the car, which means a saving of Rs. 12,000. Maruti is also driving the additional benefits on this vehicle in terms of free holidays and discount packages worth Rs. 5,100 and special waiver of 0.5% on interest rate. Meanwhile, there in the package also lie the full wheel covers and a rear roof spoiler.
So those who are interested in buying this old wine in a new bottle must rush to the nearest Maruti showrooms, says the advertisement.