• Jun 4, 2008
Click above for a high-res gallery of the Suzuki Wagon R and Stingray Limited

In Japan, Suzuki expects the Wagon R to eclipse the 3,000,000 units sold milestone this month. To commemorate, it has launched Limited versions of both the Wagon R and its Stingray variant (whose front-end styling looks very similar to the old Toyota bB). The new limited edition variants give Japanese drivers slightly flashier boxes in which to transport themselves. Among the features included in the cars' special packages are new grilles and foglamps, Alcantara-covered seats, leather-wrapped steering wheels with silver contrast stitching, and rearview mirrors with LED turn indicators. The 660cc kei-spec engine is untouched, and the cars can be ordered beginning today. Prices range from ¥1,115,000 for the 2WD Wagon R to ¥1,314,600 for the 4WD Stingray. Needless to say, we want both.


[Source: Suzuki]


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      • 6 Years Ago

      So is GM suing them for using the Stingray name?
      • 6 Years Ago
      My favorite of the Kei vehicles was the Dhiatsu Tanto. Wish they sold 'em here. They look like pull-back penny racers.
      • 6 Years Ago
      why does everyone insist on using a letter to signify something different, especially the 'R' , GT-R, Type R, Wagon R, M, IS-F, etc.
        • 6 Years Ago
        pirate version, wagon-ARRRR
        • 6 Years Ago
        I'm pretty sure it's a play on the word Wagoner. WagonR.. Wagoner. Those Suzuki people, pretty clever.
        • 6 Years Ago
        its been the "wagon R" for years, it's not the R version of the "wagon" you know..

        though there is a sports version, the wagon RR lol.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Stingray w/diesel & 6-speed manual, please. While I'm dreaming, might as well slide the steering wheel over for the USDM while you're at it - thanks Suzuki!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Its been the R wagon for years is absolutely correct, My Uncle had one, it had a 1.3 motor and was very roomy, fold down the seats and you could haul large furniture in it...

      This K car is cute, give it a 1.3 and it might sell in the states.

      I love some of Suzuki's designs this one included.