Used Suzuki Wagon-R+ (2000 - 2007) Comfort

Review by Parkers on
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2014
This Wagon R+ is curvier and less van-like than before, but retains the practicality that's won it a niche following. It shares the same shape - but not its engines - with the Vauxhall Agila, but it's the Suzuki that's the better product.

3 out of 5


Tall shape guarantees plenty of headroom, whilst legroom is good in the front and back. The seats aren't up to long journeys, but are fine for short stints.The cabin is light and airy thanks to large windows. The biggest effect on comfort is the excessive wind and road noise at speed.

3.5 out of 5


The seats fold (although not totally flat) for van-like levels of interior space. The boot is easy to load, as the sill is close to the floor.

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3 out of 5

Behind the wheel

The high driving position gives a good view of the road; rear visibility is good thanks to a large rear screen. Driver's seat is spongy, which is fine for short trips in town, but not really up to the job of longer journeys. The dashboard layout is old fashioned compared to city car and mini-MPV rivals. However, it is easy enough to use, with all major controls close to hand.

The steering wheel adjusts for height, but not reach.