February 15, 2017: The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Limited Edition has been launched in the price range of Rs 7.85 to 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). This limited-run model is based on the compact MPV's mid trims, the VXi and the VDi, and is available in both petrol (1.4-litre, 92PS/130Nm, five-speed MT/four-speed AT) and diesel (1.3-litre 90PS/200Nm with mild-hybrid tech, five-speed MT) engine options. As for the aesthetic changes, the automaker is offering chrome appliques, top-model's alloy wheels, an all-black interior, plum leatherette upholstery along with cushion pillows and a driver armrest.
Besides this, the Ertiga facelift, which was launched in October 2015, has adopted extra features that Maruti introduced with the mid-life update of the Swift/SwiftDzire. Features such as electronically foldable outside rearview mirrors, push-button engine start-stop, and others. Additionally, it features Suzuki's 7.0-inch SmartPlay infotainment system with MirrorLink connectivity.
What can be better than going out with a family on a picnic together in one car and that too with premiumness, comfort and good ride quality. Gone are the days when you had to book a van, tavera, or even two cars for a big family of 7 or 8 people. The automotive industry introduced the segment called MPV or MUV for the indian families few years back. And how could Maruti which is the undisputed king of the Indian market stay behind in this race. They inroduced the Ertiga in 2012 which is now doi read more 63
Maruti Ertiga is a car that is directly competing with the Innova, the Ertiga gives you value for money. The new Ertiga has a good look and comes with attractive colours.
The head lights are very powerful and can drive easily on the Indian highways in the night. The interiors are of light colours and get dirty very easily, they have used cream colour in the flooring, I had to redo the full flooring and went for lamination for the flooring. The cost for the flooring and seat covers was Rs.15000/ read more 91
Maruti Ertiga, when launched was not one of the most great looking MPV's in India. Rather the concept for a family MPV had just started to take shape in the Indian automotive space. It looked more like an extension of Maruti Swift, and why not, as it is built on the similar chassis. A lot of body and engine parts have been taken from Maruti Swift only. But keeping in mind the background, Maruti Suzuki has definitely done a great job in making a successful MPV. P.S- Maruti sells Avg.4500- 500 read more 26
The compact utility vehicle segment was almost non-existent till the introduction of the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga in 2012. Unlike conventional UVs, the Ertiga felt, looked and drove like a car, which also became the recipe for its success. The carmaker called it the LUV (Life Utility Vehicle), an offering targeted at urban families looking for three rows in compact dimensions.
Is the Ertiga capable of taking on the full-size 7-seaters on offer? We find out!
Things We Like in Ertiga
For a 7-seater utility vehicle, the car has great road manners.
Maruti Suzuki promises a tension-free after-sales service experience.
Competent engines that offer good fuel economy. The diesel churns out 24.52kmpl and the petrol, 17.5kmpl.
Things We Don't Like in Ertiga
The second row does not tumble down, making it difficult to get in and out of the third row.
With all three rows up, the boot space stands at 135-litres. You have to choose between extra passengers or their luggage.
Stand Out Features
The nifty storage box in the boot makes it easy to organize knick-knacks.
Third-row passengers get 3-point seatbelts as opposed to lap belts.
Small turning radius of 5.2-metres makes the Ertiga easy to drive in the city.
The Ertiga is a no-nonsense product that is large inside, yet not so large on the outside, which makes it an ideal family car for the metros.
"It is an ideal family car for the metros."
It checks most boxes right, having good engines that are refined and offer good driveability and are, of course, fuel efficient as well. The biggest plus has to be getting the backing of Maruti Suzuki’s can’t-go-wrong after-sales network.
In India with a joint family which is very common it is necessary to own a vehicle which can accommodate many in comfort when planning a trip with family or friends. The need becomes inevitable for people like me who possess only a small vehicle. The only solution for this is to purchase a multipurpose vehicle which can be utilized for any kind of journey for large families. Many are compelled to sacrifice that desire when considering the size and the other inconveniences of such vehicles available in the market now.
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Maruti Suzuki has launched a limited-run model of the Ertiga in the price range of Rs 7.85 to 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Available in both petrol (1.4-litre, 92PS/130Nm, five-speed MT/four-speed AT) and diesel (1.3-litre 90PS/200Nm with mild-hybrid tech, five-speed MT) engine options, the Ertiga Limited Edition is based on the mid-variants – the VXi and the VDi – of the compact MPV. The limited edition comes with additional goodies (in an all-inclusive cost) over the features of the equivalent variant. Read Full News
In the Indonesian market, Japanese carmaker Suzuki is planning to launch a new variant in the Ertiga lineup and it will be called as the Ertiga Dreza. Before the official launch, this vehicle has been trending on many online portals. Read Full News
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Facelifit has been launched at Rs. 5.99 lac. Off lately, Ertiga has witnessed tough competition from new entrants in the segment - Honda Mobilio and Renault Lodgy while Toyota Innova continues to be the sales king. Read Full News