Suzuki Goes WagonR Crazy: 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon

Suzuki Goes WagonR Crazy: 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon
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Suzuki may no longer exist in America, but the Japanese automaker is still performing just fine in its home country.

The Suzuki Wagon R was first introduced in Japan back in 1993 and has been the best-selling kei car in Japan since 2003. So it’s no surprise that the Japanese automaker made its funky, boxy model the main vehicle at its 2013 Tokyo Auto Salon display.

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At the center of it all is a pair of customized WagonRs, one called the Stingray WagonR Customize and the other being a WagonR RR Concept. Both vehicles were based on the fifth-generation WagonR which was recently launched in Japan. The WagonR Stingray Customize builds on the higher-end Stingray model with a unique brown exterior shade, teal-accented headlights and LED strips and a body kit that gives it a much lower stance.

As for the WagonR RR Concept, the standard model WagonR gets outfitted with sportier suspension, smoked headlights, black wheels, a body kit, and a center exit, twin exhaust.

GALLERY: Suzuki Stingray WagonR Customize

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GALLERY: Suzuki WagonR RR Concept

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