Accessorised Maruti WagonR ‘GT Edition’: Check it out on video

Maruti WagonR is a very popular hatchback in the country. It has been a favourite car among Indian families because of the space it offers. We currently have the latest generation WagonR was launched in 2019 and car has gained even more popularity because of its new design and features. Normally, we don’t see heavily customised WagonRs on road because most of the customers who own it like to keep it simple. Here we have an exception in the form of a heavily accessorised Maruti WagonR that has been given ‘GT Edition’ treatment.

The video as been uploaded by Rohit Mehta Sai Auto Accessories on their youtube channel. The video shows a heavily accessorized Maruti WagonR. Vlogger shows all the customisations that are done to the hatchback. Starting with the front, the front grille has been replaced with an aftermarket unit with LED lights in it. There is also a badge that says WagonR Sport at the front. Moving down, the lower part of the bumper gets red accents. Apar from that there is red strip running on the bonnet of the car as well.

Moving to the side profile, the stock wheel caps have been replaced with aftermarket units. There is a side beading and a chrome insert on the window line as well. The rain visor also gets chrome inserts. The roof rails and the ORVMs are all black. Moving to the rear, just like the headlight, there are gloss black garnish around tail lights too.The rear bumper gets reflector lamps and the lower part of the bumper gets faux diffuser with LED lights and faux quad exhaust.

Accessorised Maruti WagonR ‘GT Edition’: Check it out on video

On the inside, the whole cabin gets walnut colour seats, the power window panel on the doors get wooden finish. The seats get contrasting white stitching and also an aftermarket handrest with storage space under it. The other major update is the the aftermarket Android touchscreen infotainment screen that also shows the feed from reverse parking camera. Other minor updates are speakers, illuminated scuff plates, floor mats and so on. The overall cost of this customisation was around Rs 65,000. The work looks very neatly done but, whether the car looks good with all these modification or not is debatable. Customization is a very personal thing and it depends on the individual car owner.

Ajeesh Kuttan

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