The Ertiga petrol uses a 1.4-litre K-Series engine, which is highly refined and returns a decent mileage of 16 kmpl. On the other hand, Ertiga diesel uses the proven 1.3-litre multijet, which is one of the best small capacity engines, the engine is highly refined and frugal as it returns a superb fuel economy of 20 kmpl. Both the petrol and diesel engine shares the same exterior, interiors and suspension unit, even both the cars are similar in ride and handling. So, both the petrol and diesel variants are good, thus the decision solely depends on you commuting needs. If you drives more than 2000 kms in a month the diesel suits you the most, either go for the petrol one.
There are ample options available in a SUV segment, if you want a car in a budget bracket of 11 lakhs such as Ford EcoSport, Maruti Vitara Brezza, Mahindra TUV 300 etc. Amongst them, some have economical maintenance, some possess outstanding looks, some come with good mileage and better power.
Which one will be best suitable for you ? It all depends on your driving requirements. Please share the fuel type (petrol or diesel), transmission (manual or automatic) etc. that you prefer, so that we can help you to choose the best car as per your requirements.
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Maruti has announced offers on Wagon R, Alto 800 and K10, but there are no announcements about offers on Ertiga. But, you can expect to get some offers later in the month. For exclusive offers, please visit your nearest Maruti dealer to find out the details.