Maruti Suzuki WagonR recalled in India over a fuel line problem. The recall has influenced over 40,000 units of the WagonR hatchback in the country. The question concerns to only those variants with the smaller 1.0-litre petrol engine. Among those as well, only those models made between the 15th of November 2018 and the 12th of August 2019 are part of the recall in the country.
Maruti Suzuki released a statement stating that a total of 40,618 WagonR (1-litre) hatchbacks have been assembled in India. The company will be offering a spontaneous recall campaign to check a possible issue with the ammunition hose tool.
The statement also stated that starting from the 24th of August 2019, all customers of the modified media will be reached by the company traders. The company has also stipulated that the replacement of parts will be done independently of cost to the clients.
Maruti WagonR clients can also visit the company’s website and fill in their chassis quantity to check if their car requires attention.
Maruti Suzuki started the all-new WagonR in the Indian market in early 2019. The WagonR has been a modern hatchback offering in the Indian market, primarily due to its tall boy design.
The latest-generation Maruti WagonR hatchback is powered by 2-petrol motor options: 1.0-litre and 1.2-litre units. The 1.0-litre petrol engine is the same unit from the earlier generation models, while the 1.2-litre has been taken from other types in the brand’s lineup.
The 1.0-litre petrol motor comes in the form of a 998cc three-cylinder unit delivering 67bhp and 90Nm of torque.
The 1.2-litre diesel comes in the form of a 1197cc four-cylinder petrol unit beating out 81bhp and 113Nm of twist.
Both engines are mated to a conventional 5-speed manual gearbox, with the voluntary AMT also on offer.