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Maruti Ertiga Latest Updates

Maruti Suzuki has discontinued diesel variants of the Ertiga in India well ahead of the March 31 BS6 deadline. The carmaker had updated the MPV’s petrol engine to comply with BS6 emission norms a while ago.

The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is a three-row MPV priced between Rs 7.59 lakh and Rs 10.13 lakh (ex-showroom).

Ertiga Specifications

The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is offered with a single BS6-compliant petrol engine. The 1.5-litre motor produces 105PS of power and 138Nm of torque. It is paired with a 12-volt Smart Hybrid mild-hybrid system. Two transmission options are available -- a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic.

Ertiga Variants

The Maruti Ertiga is offered in four variants: Lxi, Vxi, Zxi, and Zxi+. The Vxi and Zxi are available with a 4-speed automatic transmission while Lxi and Zxi+ are manual-only.

Ertiga Features

The Ertiga is visually identical to the BS4 model and is wider and longer than its predecessor. It also has 15-inch alloy wheels and LED elements in the taillamps. Interior features include a Smartplay Studio infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a colour TFT multi-information display, steering-mounted audio controls, and automatic climate control. On the safety front, the Ertiga has dual airbags, ABS, and an electronic stability program.

Maruti Ertiga Competitors

The Maruti Ertiga rivals the Mahindra Marazzo and Renault Triber among other MPVs.

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Maruti Ertiga Price

The price of Maruti Ertiga starts at Rs. 7.59 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 10.13 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Ertiga ranges between Rs. 7.59 Lakh to Rs. 10.13 Lakh. Maruti Ertiga is available in 8 variants and 5 different colours.

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Maruti Ertiga Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Ertiga LXI
19.01 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 7.59 Lakh
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Ertiga Sport
19.34 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 8.3 Lakh
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Ertiga VXI
19.01 kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 8.34 Lakh
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Editor's View of Maruti Ertiga

  • Upside

    Great ride quality over bad roads. There's also a CNG variant on sale, but only in the VXI trim. Well thought out practical interiors with many people carrying and luggage distribution options.

  • Downside

    No dedicated AC vents for the third row. Interiors could be a little more premium to keep up with the competition.

  • Our Verdict

    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.


Ertiga Detailed Review

It’s no rockstar. It’s no hunkered down sports car either. And no, it isn’t finished in a flash pink or mustard yellow paint shade. Yet, we see eyes veering in the direction of this seemingly un-cool MPV. What? Why?

Our maroon Ertiga was the subject of quite a few stares from small families in Altos and WagonRs. A lustful gaze was locked onto this seven-seater by cabbies, followed by some affirmative nodding. Is this the Ertiga that makes the dutiful MPV desirable?

Size = Space?

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Sure, the Ertiga’s wheelbase hasn’t changed at all compared to the vehicle it replaces. The overall length, however, has gone up by a significant 99mm. Add that it’s now wider by 40mm too, and you’ve got a vehicle that feels like a badi gaadi. Yes, when we drove past a Marazzo, the Ertiga admittedly didn’t have the presence that the Mahindra commanded. But, it’s close enough.

Dimensions

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

Old

New

Length

4296mm

4395mm (+99mm)

Width

1695mm

1735mm (+40mm)

Height

1685mm

1690mm (+5mm)

Wheelbase

2740mm

2740mm

Ground Clearance

185mm

180mm (-5mm)

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Added length means more space, right? Not always, but here, yes. Walk inside the cabin and you notice the small nips and tucks made to ensure that there’s more room for occupants. Unlike the old Ertiga’s swoopy, flowy dash, you now get a design that’s a lot more upright. The dash doesn’t stretch out too much either. It sits close to the front windshield which again means more space inside for occupants.

MEASUREMENT

FIRST ROW KNEEROOM

SECOND ROW KNEEROOM

THIRD ROW KNEEROOM

Old Ertiga

620mm-840mm

700mm-920mm

550-780mm

New Ertiga

560mm-785mm

555mm-910mm

610-725mm

Difference

(-60mm) - (-55mm)

(-145mm) - (-10mm)

(+60mm) - (-55mm)

With the slightly tall seating position, you’re treated to a confidence-inspiring view all around. You wouldn’t be struggling for room one bit, even if you’re freakishly tall. Where you would scoff and whinge a bit is while finding a proper driving position. We’ve got no complaints with the adjustment range for the driver’s seat. Height-adjust range is more than sufficient, and you can push the seat as far back as you’d want to, too.

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But, the steering is placed at a slight upward angle. Also, it can’t be adjusted for reach, only tilt. Then there’s the hiccup with the pedals, the angle of which feels a touch upright. So, you find your knees up while using the clutch. If you push the seat behind to fix this issue, you wish the steering had telescopic reach, since your hands are a bit outstretched. Finally, if you’ve got big feet, you’ll feel the pedal box is a bit cramped. There’s a similar annoyance in the co-driver’s footwell too. You end up placing your feet at an angle to be comfortable.

MEASUREMENT

FIRST ROW SHOULDER ROOM

SECOND ROW SHOULDER ROOM

THIRD ROW SHOULDER ROOM

Old Ertiga

1330mm

1335mm

1300mm

New Ertiga

1330mm

1365mm

1315mm

Difference

-

+30mm

+15mm

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In the second row, there’s enough room for a six-footer like me to be comfortable behind my own driving position. You also get the flexibility of sliding the second row backwards and reclining the seat to get some more space to unwind. There’s enough width to accommodate three here as well. That said, you would be brushing shoulders ever so slightly. If the fifth occupant isn’t keen on joining you, you can always flip down the central armrest and relax. This also makes us wonder why the Ertiga isn’t offered in a captain-seat configuration, at least as an option.

MEASUREMENT

FIRST ROW HEADROOM

SECOND ROW HEADROOM

THIRD ROW HEADROOM

Old Ertiga

1010-1025mm

975mm

850mm

New Ertiga

990-1015mm

985mm

870mm

Difference

(-20mm) - (-10mm)

+10mm

+20mm

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On that note, the Ertiga also needs a one-touch tumble system for the second row. To get into the third row, you now have to tug at a lever that drops the seatback forward, and you slide the seat forward. Then you (somehow) squeeze yourself between the C-pillar and the seat to get into the third row. This could’ve been a lot easier, no? But once you’re in, it’s a genuine surprise. Grown adults can sit here, and that’s a welcome change. Yes, you’d have to ask the occupants in the second row to slide their seats a bit ahead, but even in that case, you wouldn’t be inconveniencing them. It’s a proper, proper seven seater. There’s absolutely no denying that it’s an immensely practical people mover.

Practically Sound

We’ll start off with a small request. Can we please get a small shelf on the dash, Maruti? But look past that, and you’re surprised at the amount of storage the Ertiga packs in. Smaller details such as the co-driver’s door pull handle being longer than the driver’s lets you throw in your smartphone for short journeys. In the centre console, you get cooled cup holders too.

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Right in front of these cupholders is a flat space, that unsurprisingly is the perfect size to hold your wallet in place. You also get a small closable drawer to the right of the steering that can hold loose change, toll receipts and what not. Topping things off is the teeny-tiny storage compartment in the armrest. It isn’t particularly useful (since it’s narrow and deep), but you can use it as a small bottle holder should you want to.

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Bumping up the practicality quotient are the large doorpads that hold 1-litre bottles happily. For the rear occupants, there’s a shelf to park your phone in while it charges from the 12V socket right above it. Third-row occupants get a 12V socket too, and individual cup holders as well. Misses? Not anything in particular, really. If we were to nitpick, we’d say a pair of cupholders in the rear armrest would’ve been great.

To keep the two rear rows cool, there’s roof-mounted vents, right behind the front seats. Like the old Ertiga, you get the blower-speed control as well. It’s disappointing that this important feature has been omitted from the L variant altogether. We’d rather have the AC vents over the standard cooled cup holders, frankly. We couldn’t test the efficiency of the AC (because it’s winter in Pune!) but at full whack, there’s enough gusto in the air thrown out of the vents, that they reach the third row. There’s no separate compressor here, just a system that pulls in air from the front third of the cabin and pushes it out the other end. Also, while we’re talking about the rear AC: Hey Maruti, it’s about time we move past vents from the original Zen, no?

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Open up the large hatch door and there’s 209 litres of bootspace. That’s as much space as your everyday hatchback, and that’s with all three rows in place. Folding the second and third row (that fold completely flat) gives you access to 550 and 803 litres of room respectively. Translate 803 litres as enough space for two six-footers to sleep beside each other comfortably. That counts as a bonus on road trips! The Maruti Ertiga with dual airbags has scored three stars in the Global NCAP crash test, under the #SaferCarsForIndia initiative.

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Powering the Ertiga is the same 1.5-litre, K15B engine we first saw under the hood of the Ciaz facelift. Paired with the second-generation SHVS (mild-hybrid), the engine promises enough pulling power without compromising on efficiency. Driven calmly, this motor returned 16.03kmpl on the highway, and 13.40kmpl inside the city. While it’s far off from the ARAI-certified 19.34kmpl, it’s acceptable for a large MPV with a 1.5-litre petrol motor.

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If there’s one thing the engine is exceedingly good at, it’s the sheer drivability. As Tushar demonstrated, you can upshift your way to fifth gear without ever needing to press the accelerator. It’s the engine making sure there’s always enough of that 138Nm of torque at your disposal. You can slot the car in second gear and treat it as an automatic too if you wish. In heavy bumper-to-bumper traffic, we managed to get a clean pull from a standstill.

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Drive in a relaxed manner, and you wouldn’t really hear the engine for the most part. It works in the background silently, letting you enjoy the drive. But, it’d be nice if you don’t have to get somewhere in a hurry. That’s where the Ertiga feels expectedly out of its element. With the gears being stretched out to eke out every bit of efficiency, the engine takes its own sweet time to rev up. And, unlike the Ciaz that felt better insulated from the revving engine, the Ertiga makes a small racket, evidently expressing its displeasure. Here’s a quick look at the vital numbers:

Acceleration

0-100kmph

12 seconds

30-80kmph (3rd gear)

9.25 seconds

40-100kmph (4th gear)

15.98 seconds

Braking

100-0kmph

44.49 metres (3.07 sec)

80-0kmph

27.39 metres (2.39 sec)

All said and done, you wouldn’t feel a lack of performance anywhere. It’s adequate, especially if you’re a calm driver. We think the Ertiga makes for a fantastic road trip companion too. It exhibits uncanny ease between 80 and 120kmph, chugging down miles without any hint of drama. Cruise control was sorely missed, though. It’d have substantially bumped up the touring capability, that’s a given.

Comfortable?

A resounding yes. Unless you happen to be in the third row, with a maniac behind the wheel who’s hellbent on flying over bad roads. Our lensman insisted on being this particular test dummy, and spent the next five minutes complaining. But, we digress.

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Maruti Suzuki has improved upon the suspension of the older Ertiga. It confidently tackles craters and bad roads, and lets very little filter into the cabin. We like that the suspension settles back quickly once you’re done negotiating the bad bits. It’s this characteristic that makes the Ertiga feel more composed than before on the highway. Hitting expansion joints on the Expressway made nearly no difference to the cabin, the Ertiga simply scampered on. At slow city speeds too, there are no complaints. Even Pune’s table-top speed breakers were comfortably dealt with, without making a noise.

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That said, don’t mistake this for a setup that’s going to deliver grins when you’re pushing it through the bend. Drive an MPV like an MPV, please. Should you choose to ignore the previous sentence, you’ll be met with body roll. Feeling the weight shift in a vehicle that’s 4.4-metres long doesn’t feel particularly exciting. So, yeah, just don’t do it.

Desirable, then?

Not entirely. You’ll still buy it because you need it, and not want it. But, we see no reason not to cut a cheque. It’s not extraordinary in any dimension, but it doesn’t falter heavily anywhere either.

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Yes, at this price point Maruti Suzuki should’ve offered side and curtain airbags and set an example. There are glaring misses too, like the driver’s power window not having an auto up function, and rear-AC vents not being offered as standard. You could also wish for daytime running lamps, and bigger alloy wheels too. And yes, the touchscreen is beginning to show its age, with far slicker options available in the market now.

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Here’s where you get an insight into Maruti’s understanding of the Indian buyer. Whatever one would expect from a seven seater, the Ertiga nails down to the T. Ample space, comfortable ride quality, adequate boot space, acceptable efficiency, and service support like no other. Maruti’s Ertiga has seemingly got it all.

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Maruti Ertiga Mileage

The mileage of Maruti Ertiga ranges from 17.99 kmpl to 26.8 km/kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of Ertiga Petrol Manual is 19.01 kmpl In automatic, the claimed ARAI mileage of Ertiga Petrol is 17.99 kmpl
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Ertiga

Q. How to fit CNG in Ertiga VXI model?
  • Maruti Ertiga is already available with a company fitted CNG kit. So, if you a petrol-only variant, you may contact the nearest authorized service center in order to get a CNG Kit fitted in your car. Check out authorised dealership details.
Q. How is new Ertiga? Do you feel comfortable while sitting on 3rd row seat?
  • Yes its a good car and third row adult also can sit
  • Yes but good for kids or people of height 5.5
  • Excellent comfort
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Q. Ertiga LXI air-conditioning is good for last row if last row used occasionally
  • Yes its already 5 years am driving taxi 250000 km no problem ac work normal 3rd raw
  • YES
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Q. Is it comfortable for 8 adults - Ertiga 2018?
  • No, we and the brand both won't suggest you for 8 people in Maruti Suzuki Ertiga as its only made of 7 people only. Otherwise its hamper your safety, comfort, the durability of the vehicle, handling, mileage etc of the vehicle.
  • No sir ..6 or 7 maximum in terms of safety..second getting in and out I'd simple if 6 on board.
  • May be, depends upon the size of individuals.
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Q. What are the differences between Ertiga ZXi and ZXi Plus?
  • Please note, Music system is not the only difference...Zxi is 60-65k cheaper than Zxi +So music system is not the only difference, another major difference is the INSTRUMENT CLUSTERin Zxi you get a mono chrome MID, where as in ZXI+ you get a graphic display which shows exactly which door is open along with hell lot of other features... so please choose wisely... zxi+ is still better choice
  • Maruti Ertiga ZXi and ZXi Plus are the variants of same car and only differs in addition features in ZXi Plus. Maruti Ertiga ZXi Plus is equipped with Navigation System, Voice Control, Rear Camera, Leather Steering Wheel and 17.8 Cm Touchscreen SmartPlay Infotainment System in adition withthe features available in ZXi variant.
  • Zxi is 60-65k cheaper than Zxi +So music system is not the only difference, another major difference is the INSTRUMENT CLUSTERin Zxi you get a mono chrome MID, where as in ZXI+ you get a graphic display which shows exactly which door is open along with hell lot of other features... so please choose wisely...
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Q. Ertiga vs Marazzo, Which one is best?
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. - Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. - Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. - The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. - Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. - Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
  • Why Buy Maruti Ertiga?: - More affordable: The Ertiga is the most economical one of the two. In fact, it tops out within a lakh compared to the base price of the diesel-powered Ertiga. - Petrol engine options: Unlike the Marazzo, the Ertiga comes with a petrol engine and it is an all-new 1.5-litre engine that it shares with the updated Ciaz. The petrol powered Marazzo is only expected post the implementation of BSVI emission norms. - More frugal: Thanks the mild-hybrid tech and smaller displacement diesel engine, the Ertiga is more fuel efficient than the Marazzo. As per the official fuel efficiency figures, there’s a difference of over 8kmpl between the two diesel MPVs - Automatic option: The petrol version of the Ertiga comes with an option of a torque converter automatic, same as the Ciaz. The automatic option is available with the V and Z variants of the petrol Ertiga. The Mahindra Marazzo will also come with that option, but only in 2020. Why Buy Mahindra Marazzo?: - Spacious cabin: According to Mahindra, the Marazzo has the largest footprint of any of its products to date. In fact, its wheelbase is longer than that of the XUV500 mid-size SUV and can easily seat three 6-footers one behind the other in all the rows with some room to spare. -Solid underpinnings: Unlike the Ertiga, the Mahindra Marazzo is a body-on-frame MPV. Such underpinnings are not only known to offer better ride quality over rough roads, but also superior longevity. -Plusher passenger experience: The Mahindra Marazzo is not just the more spacious of the two but also pampers rear passengers a bit better. It gets captain seats for the second row right from the base M2 variant. Moreover, the Marazzo is equipped with a proper AC unit for middle and rear passengers, unlike the Ertiga that has just a blower.
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Maruti Ertiga User Reviews

4.1 /5
1260 reviews & ratings
  • Mileage
    4.2/5
  • Comfort
    4.2/5
  • Performance
    4.2/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
  • Safety
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.0/5

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45% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 4.7

    Good comfortable in seating except rear last row kids can sit

  • 5.0

    Maruti Suzuki ertiga CNG vxi best

  • 4.0

    Complete Family LUV .. Reliable Economical and Practical...

  • 5.0

    good choice and excellent look. i love this car.

  • 4.7

    Its a good car low maintainence but in mauritius the spare parts is still and issue.

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  • 1.0

    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

  • 4.3

    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.

  • 4.7

    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.

  • 3.3

    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.

  • 2.3

    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.

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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 Service Cost

The estimated service cost for Maruti Ertiga
Petrol (5 years) Rs. 19,746
Diesel (5 years) Rs. 26,958
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What is the price of Maruti Ertiga Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Ertiga is 10.13 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti Ertiga?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Ertiga is 19.34 Kmpl - 26.8 Km/Kg. Also check User Reported Mileage of Ertiga.

What is the EMI of Maruti Ertiga in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Ertiga in Delhi is Rs. 14,682 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti Ertiga?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti Ertiga are Renault Triber, Maruti XL6 and Toyota Innova Crysta.

What is the boot space in Maruti Ertiga?

The boot space in Maruti Ertiga is 209 L. View full specification of Ertiga

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