Maruti Ertiga is a 7 seater muv car launched at a base price of Rs. 7.59 lakh in January 2015 by Maruti Suzuki in India. Ertiga is available in both petrol and diesel . Ertiga petrol is powered by 1462cc engine claiming mileage of 19.34kmpl and Ertiga diesel is powered by 1498cc engine claiming mileage of 24.2kmpl. Ertiga is also available in CNG powered by 1462cc engine with mileage of 26.8km/kg.. Ertiga also comes with automatic transmission. It is available in 11 variants and 5 colours.
Maruti Ertiga Latest Updates
Maruti Suzuki has announced up to 4.7 per cent hike in the prices on across all variants of select models including the Ertiga MPV. The carmaker has cited increased input costs as the reason.
The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga with 2 airbags scored 3 stars in the latest Global NCAP crash test. The MPVs body shell and footwell were deemed unstable while it offered fair protection for child occupants.
Maruti Suzuki has silently discontinued the Ertiga LDI variant with the 1.3-litre DDIS engine. This is due to the fact that the carmaker will be phasing out the 1.3-litre unit from its portfolio. The revised Ertiga range now starts from the VDI variant with the inhouse-developed 1.5-litre DDIS unit.
Specifications Summary of Maruti Ertiga
|Engine :||1498 cc|
|Mileage :||17 Kmpl to 26 Kmpl|
|Fuel Type :||diesel / petrol / cng|
|Transmission :||manual / automatic|
|Seating Capacity :||7|
Maruti Ertiga Price
Maruti Ertiga prices start at Rs. 7.59 lakh for petrol and goes upto Rs. 10.13 lakh. The prices of Ertiga diesel variants start at Rs. 9.87 lakh and the top-end diesel is priced at Rs. 11.21 lakh.
- Petrol (7 Variants)
- Diesel (3 Variants)
- CNG (1 Variant)
Maruti Ertiga Variants Price List
Editor's View of Maruti Ertiga
Great ride quality over bad road. Now gets the smooth and refined Maruti Suziki DDiS 225 1.5-litre diesel motor. There's also a CNG variant on sale too but only in the VXI trim. Well thought out practical interiors with many people carrying and luggage distribution options
No diesel automatic option. No dedicated AC vents for the third row. Interiors could be a little more premium to keep up with the competition.
The Ertiga seemingly does it all. But you will buy it more because you need it rather than want it. It doesn't have any glaring faults but it could also be a lot better.
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ertiga
- The build quality of the vehicle is too bad the external door panels and body panel get damage while pressure washThe mileage of the vehicle is give 19 by company but actual the vehicle gives 11 or 12Tyre quality of the vehicle is too poor I am damn sure it will make a big accident one timeThe brake system is noisy Tyre and the disc get heated wild driving above 50 to100 kilometreThe suspension is too noisy and not comfortableThe quality of bench is too bad the middle armrest is already factureThe seat belt quality is also too low the lock system of seatbealt get out from the attachmentThe Jack which is provided by company cannot carry the load of vehicleExternal view mirror are too noisingMusic system hangsReverse gear shifting doesn't accept reverse gear many times
- The new second generation Maruti Ertiga is powered by a brand new 1.5-litre petrol engine that makes 105PS of max power and 138Nm of peak torque. The diesel motor continues to be the same 1.3-litre unit that makes 89PS of maximum power and 200Nm of peak torque. Both the engines are mated to a 5-speed MT, while the petrol engine is available with a 4-speed automatic transmission as well. The claimed mileage figures for the new Ertiga are 19.34kmpl (petrol MT), 18.69kmpl (petrol AT) and 25.47kmpl (Diesel MT). The Maruti Ertiga Handles well on the bad road as well, thanks to its 180mm ground clearance. Maruti has looked after the aggressive ergonomics of the 2nd gen Maruti Ertiga and it seems to be worked out pretty well.
- My 2014 Ertiga did 195 kmpl on Agra Delhi expressway , it was smooth . My dad didn't even knew I was doing 195 until I overtook a vehicle ! It's completely stable at high speeds and the abs works amazingly..And his reaction after it was epic tooHe thought some guy was standing in the middle of the expressway . I am cutting out the abuses that I heard later :-P
- Zdi plus which model I bought is top model which gets all features I required . still I purchased 29000 aftermarket accessories which required from outside shop
- The Z+ variant is the only one to get the touchscreen with rear parking camera as standard but for an extra cost of Rs 51,000. It also gets an upmarket steering wheel. If you can afford it and don’t need an automatic transmission, then it is the future proof Z+ variant that you should go for.
- Ldi is the base model of the car u won’t get all the features by company whereas vdi is the mid variant of the car u will get almost everything except airbags nd whereas zdi nd zdi+ are the fully loaded models u will get all the equipments installed by the company along with airbags as well
- ERTIGA from ARENA - NO , XL6 from NEXA - YES
- Yes ...not a CVT...its an autogear shift..much better than many amts..
- Yes you can drive.
- It will come..wait..not many on road!!
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Maruti Ertiga User Reviews
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Features & Styling4.0/5
Preferred For : Family
44% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
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The build quality of the vehicle is too bad the external door panels and body panel get damage while pressure1washThe mileage of the vehicle is give 19 by company but actual the vehicle gives 11 or 12Tyre quality of the vehicle is too poor I am damn sure it will make a big accident one timeThe brake system1is noisy Tyre and the disc get heated wild driving above 50 to100 kilometre The suspension is too noisy and not comfortable The quality of bench is too bad the middle arm rest is already facture The seat belt quality is also too low the lock system of seatbealt get out from the attachment The Jack which is provided by company cannot carry the load of vehicle External view mirror are too noising Music system hangs Reverse gear shifting doesn't accept reverse gear many times
I own NEW ERTIGA ZXI plus 5 months old, the car is nice to drive on highways long run. Good 7 seater at the budget of below 12 lakhs .Whern we drive with care and place at 5th gear below or nearly 100 on speed we get good mileage till 18 KMPL but an average of 15 KMPL on long run . I have a request to MSI - that the car been purchased early 2019 are BSIV . We the buyers of that session would like to place a request to MSI - to recall the cars and convert them to BS6 at some nominal cost options plus add LED DRL front and back will boost the car sales definitely by after sales care for the customers with update versions thus will add recommendations from existing customers to new buyers for MSI cars and continued customer care.
it's been with us since 7 and a half year. we never had a problem I mean there was no technical issue till date. the problem was my dad due to his carelessness has done a few accidents but this car never have up and its purely like our family member. everything is comfortable from inside to outside . we had so many great memories in this car. just love it. we are planning to buy a new car that could be MG ZS EV but I'll be getting my driver's license and I told my dad that I'll keep this car don't sell it.so I'll be keeping maintaining it properly.
I have wounded my arm because of the sharp design of your passenger door when closing it on the right side behind the driver. It has taken over a month to heal it. The fin type design looks nice but it dangerous. This is a car owned by one of the trustees of Osho International, Pune 411001 India less than a year old.
Poor NVH, Lot of wind noise and engine noise creeps in at speed above 7 kmph.Worst mileage, only 16 on highways driven at less than 80 kmph and only driver seated. Seat comfort is stolen away by the poor NVH level. Your ears will get tired after a long drive. But steering is very light and easy to drive in city.
Mileage could be better. Riding comfort is good. Tyres should be bigger in size say 16 inch. No infotainment system( video player) expect ZDI model
very good for family usage , seating, mileage , suitable for middle class family
best on this segment, quality is low because of Suzuki's product.
awesome car. new vergen looking beautiful
It's quite good... Confomt level is not up to the mark
Maruti Ertiga Expert Reviews
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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Petrol Review: Road Test
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Maruti Ertiga Colours
Metallic Magma Grey
Metallic Silky Silver
Pearl Arctic White
Pearl Metallic Oxford Blue
Pearl Metallic Auburn Red
Maruti Ertiga Highlights
With the Ertiga, you get the choice of a couple of engine options. There’s a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol motor, paired with Suzuki’s mild-hybrid tech, a new 1.5 DDiS225 diesel. The petrol engine makes 105PS of power, and 138Nm of torque, and can be had with a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic. In our fuel tests the Ertiga petrol manual managed 13.40kmpl in the city and 16.30kmpl out on the highway. The SHVS mild hybrid system does kick in under acceleration and should make a difference in day to day driving. Maruti Suzuki has also introduced the new DDiS 225 1.5-litre diesel engine. This makes 94PS and 225Nm, this is not a drastic change from the 90PS and 200Nm from the old 1.3-litre engine (Which is still an option) but it's much more refined and similarly efficient at the same time. This is only available with a 6-speed manual transmission. Maruti has now introduced a new CNG option that’s only available in the VXI trim. It makes 92PS and 122Nm and can return a claimed 26.20km/kg.
The Ertiga is available in four variants - L, V, Z, and Z+. Notably, the petrol-automatic is available in the V and Z variants only. With the base variant, you get standard safety features as well as some goodies such as projector headlamps, cooled cup holders and a colour MID (petrol only). That said, it misses out on basics such as a fog lamp, wheel covers and a music system. Step one variant up, and you get a music system with four speakers, steering-mounted audio controls and some convenience in the form of electric mirrors. The most bang for buck variant in our opinion is the Z, which packs in stuff like automatic climate control, alloy wheels, push-button start and a 6-speaker audio system. Compared to the Z+ variant, it only misses out on a touchscreen, reverse parking camera and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.
Ertiga Exterior and Interior
The 2019 Ertiga’s design is a lot edgier compared to the car it replaces. That said, it does seem like there was a lot of inspiration from cars such as the Innova Crysta, Mitsubishi Xpander, and even Volvo. But, it does work well together, giving the Ertiga a fresher, more premium look. It also gets snazzy looking halogen projector headlamps, but, weirdly enough, daytime running lamps are not offered. You also get 15-inch alloy wheels, and LED elements in the tail lamp. Overall, the Ertiga looks like it has grown up. The numbers back that feeling up as well. It’s 99mm longer, 40mm wider and 5mm taller.
Bigger dimensions mean there’s more space on the inside. First, the boot is 18 litres bigger with all three rows in place, at 153 litres. There’s more room in the third row as well. In terms of features, the Ertiga gets the basics right. There’s a 7.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, automatic climate control, roof-mounted AC vents with fan speed control. We think the new interior design is appealing, especially because it doesn’t look like it’s a direct lift from the Swift. The light beige on the dash works well with the faux wood trims, making the cabin will airy and roomy. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD and ISOFIX child seat mounts that are offered as standard across the range. The automatic variant additionally features ESP and Hill Hold.
Maruti Ertiga Competitors
Honda BR-V: Honda's offering in the segment is essentially a jacked up Mobilio with some mechanical changes to compensate for the raised stance. This SUV styled MPV is the only 'crossover' here that can seat seven people.
Renault Lodgy : : Renault Lodgy: Renault's only 7-seater in India, the Lodgy is known for being spacious and practical. The sensible choice then? It's faults are a slightly lack luster interior compared to the competition.
Mahindra Marazzo : : The Mahindra Marazzo is a great overall package especially at the price it has been launched at. It offers ample space for seven, offers a premium looking cabin and comes with an impressive features list with a lot of essentials offered as standard. It’s among the few Mahindras we recommend without hesitating!
In its new avatar, the Ertiga isn’t really doing anything substantially different compared to the old version. But, it does everything a little bit better. And that was all that was required, wasn’t it? Why fix it if it ain’t broke?
Maruti Ertiga Mileage
Maruti Ertiga Service Cost
|Petrol (5 years)||Rs. 19,746|
|Diesel (5 years)||Rs. 26,958|
Maruti Ertiga News Updates
The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga BS6 Diesel Has Been Spied Yet Again
Reports suggest that Maruti’s BS6 diesel cars could be powered by its own 1.5-litre DDiS unit rather than the popular Fiat-sourced 1.6-litre Multijet engineNov 26, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
This Ertiga BS6 Diesel Spotting Hints At Maruti’s Diesel Future
In the past two weeks, two Maruti Suzuki cars have been spotted testing with BS6 compliant diesel enginesNov 13, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki Pulls The Plug On Ertiga LDI 1.3 Diesel Variant
The Ertiga LDI was the sole variant in the lineup that was available with the Fiat-sourced motorAug 14, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Petrol Updated To Meet BS6 Emission Norms
Only the 1.5-litre petrol has been updated to meet the upcoming BS6 emission norms. The CNG and diesel variants continue to come with BS4 enginesJul 31, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga CNG And Ertiga Tour M CNG Launched
The Ertiga CNG is priced at Rs 8.88 lakh and the Ertiga Tour M is priced at Rs 8.83 lakhJul 28, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels
Maruti Suzuki XL6 MPV Spied; Launch On August 21
The new MPV will be based on the Ertiga and feature a 6-seater layout to take on the Mahindra MarazzoJul 23, 2019 | By Team ZigWheels