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Maruti Ertiga Maintenance cost

The estimated maintanence cost of Maruti Ertiga for 5 years is Rs. 19,746. The cost of first, second and third services are at Rs. 1899, Rs. 3749 and Rs. 4999 respectively. The minimum distance travelled by Maruti Ertiga for 1st service is 10000 km.

Maruti Ertiga Maintenance & Service Schedule

 
Total
3rd Service
Rs. 1899
4th Service
Rs. 3749
5th Service
Rs. 4999
6th Service
Rs. 3749
7th Service
Rs. 5349
Kms 10000 20000 30000 40000 50000
Month 12 24 36 48 60
Free/Paid Free Paid Paid Paid Paid
Part Change
Normal Engine Oil Rs. 1299 Rs. 1299 Rs. 1299 Rs. 1299 Rs. 1299
Oil Filter Rs. 250 Rs. 250 Rs. 250 Rs. 250 Rs. 250
Air Filter Rs. 350 Rs. 0 Rs. 350 Rs. 0 Rs. 350
Coolant Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 350
Fuel Filter Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 500 Rs. 0 Rs. 500
Service Charge Rs. 0 Rs. 2200 Rs. 2200 Rs. 2200 Rs. 2200
Brake & Clutch Oil Rs. 0 Rs. 0 Rs. 400 Rs. 0 Rs. 400
 

Total estimated maintenance cost for 5 years

Rs. 19,746

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Q. Ertiga vs Marazzo, Which one is best?
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