eK Wagon

2006

eK Wagon

The second-generation eK Wagon replaced its predecessor in September 2006 after a full model change. That the design team chose to keep the concepts that defined the first generation model attested to the popularity of the styling. The eK Wagon was the first bonnet-type passenger K-car to employ a power sliding rear door, a revolutionary feature in its day, sharing the same inner-rail design as on the RVR in which the rails were concealed when the door was closed. It was also the first K-car to use LED combination rear. The steering column shifter of its predecessor was replaced by an in-dash selector that made shifting easier and allowed a walk-thro outboard of the front passenger seat. The attention given to making the interior environment more comfortable could be seen in its deodorizing head lining and deodorizing Clean Air Filter, in its use of Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified seat upholstery and of solar control glass. The latest iteration of the eK Wagon also saw an evolution in the convenience specification with an innovative Multi-position Utility system that provided several attachment points in the front passenger seatback for a mini trash box and handy hooks.

Overall length 3395mm
Overall width 1475mm
Overall height 1550mm
Engines 657cc