Pakistan and India have been rivals from the very beginning when the British India was partitioned. No matter if we are talking about sports or any other field, there is always a comparison between these two countries when it comes to determine who the best is in the given matter. So, now when it comes to the automobile industry, a question arises whether the Indian Maruti Suzuki WagonR is better or is it the Pakistani Pak Suzuki WagonR that dominates this comparison. Here we will be going over Pak Suzuki WagonR (PAK) vs Maruti Suzuki WagonR (IND) and then we will see which one of these is actually better than the other.

Brief details about both of these cars are given below:

Pak Suzuki WagonR:

The Pak Suzuki WagonR is one of the most fuel efficient cars in Pakistan and it also has a reasonable price tag. It has a 1000 cc K series engine and a 5-speed manual transmission system. It gives a fuel average of about 14-16 KM/L within the city and 17-19 KM/L on highway. This car is featured with Air Conditioning, Immobilizer, Keyless Entry, Security Alarm, Power Steering, Power Windows (Front 2 doors only), Power Locks, and Fog Lamps. The Pak Suzuki WagonR has a top speed of 180 KM/H and fuel capacity of 35 L. The first generation WagonR 2019 is available in 2 variants WagonR VXR and WagonR VXL and the price ranges between Rs.1, 540,000 to Rs.1, 625,000 (PKR).

Maruti Suzuki WagonR:

The Maruti Suzuki WagonR is available in 3 variants, LXI, VXI and ZXI; 2 petrol engines and 1 CNG engine. The petrol engines are of 998 cc and 1197 cc while the CNG engine is 998 cc. It has a mileage of 21.5 km/l to 33.54 km/l depending on the variant and the fuel type. Maruti Suzuki is available with both manual and automatic transmission system. It is featured with Anti-Lock Braking System with EBD, power steering, air conditioner, effortless AGS (Auto Gear Shift), gear shifting indicator, fuel consumption, and rear parking sensors, central locking and dual front airbags. Maruti Suzuki WagonR is said to have a top speed of 150-155 km/h and 0-100 km/h acceleration in just less than 15 seconds. The price ranges from Rs.4.34 lac to Rs.5.91 lac (INR) depending on the variant. In Pakistani rupee it will cost 10 lac to 13.62 lac

Both of these cars have their own pros and cons and their own features so it is for the readers to compare these two cars and choose which the better one is.