• Feb 12, 2007
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Last week, Suzuki started offering a new WagonR variant, the Stingray, for sale at its Japanese dealerships. The WagonR Stingray is, for the most part, just a WagonR with a new front end similar in appearance to the old Toyota bB (Scion xB).

In addition to the standard HID lights, mirror-mounted turn signals, new grille and front bumper, the Stingray receives an all-black interior treatment and model-specific 14" wheels. A color-shifting black/bronze paint is available, and keyless entry and start are included on all Stigray trim levels. Three kei car engine options are available: a 54-horsepower normally-aspirated 658cc 3-cylinder with VVT, a turbocharged version putting out 60 horsepower, and a direct injection turbo good for 64 horses.

It will be sold alongside the other existing WagonR models.

[Source: Suzuki]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      Suzuki, I see a scion xB
      • 7 Years Ago
      it's a scion xb on (more) crack
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hello Scion xB look-alike (not that that's a compliment).
      • 7 Years Ago
      A turbo AND direct injection add only ten horsepower? Ouch.

      Could be fun, though. We don't get any truly small cars in the U.S. any more. Even a Honda Fit weighs about 2,500 pounds.
      • 7 Years Ago
      not bad looking but the Lapin is cooler.