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Maruti Drives In The 2022 Ertiga With A Much Bigger Price Tag


As part of its midlife update, Maruti has given the people mover a minor cosmetic refresh, new features, and revisions underneath the hood

  • New Ertiga is priced between Rs 8.35 lakh and Rs 12.79 lakh.
  • Offered in four trims: LXI, VXI, ZXI, and ZXI+.
  • CNG and automatic options offered in higher-spec trims.
  • Changes include a revised grille insert and dual-tone alloy wheels.
  • New features include an updated 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control and four airbags.
  • Revised 1.5-litre petrol engine develops 103PS and 137Nm, paired with a new 6-speed AT.

The 2022 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has been launched in India from Rs 8.35 lakh (ex-showroom). It’s the first mid-life update for Maruti’s people mover and continues to come in four trims: LXI, VXI, ZXI, and ZXI+. An important point to note is that the CNG and automatic transmission now come in higher-spec ZXI and ZXI+ trims respectively. 

Take a look at the revised variant lineup and prices:

Trims

Pre-facelift Ertiga

Facelifted Ertiga

Difference

Petrol Manual

LXI

Rs 8.13 lakh

Rs 8.35 lakh

Rs 22,000

VXI

Rs 8.93 lakh

Rs 9.49 lakh

Rs 56,000

ZXI

Rs 9.66 lakh

Rs 10.59 lakh

Rs 93,000

ZXI+

Rs 10.14 lakh

Rs 11.29 lakh 

Rs 1.15 lakh

Petrol Automatic 

VXI

Rs 10.13 lakh

Rs 10.99 lakh

Rs 86,000

ZXI

Rs 10.86 lakh

Rs 12.09 lakh

Rs 1.23 lakh

ZXI+ (New)

NA

Rs 12.79 lakh 

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CNG

VXI

Rs 9.88 lakh 

Rs 10.44 lakh

Rs 56,000

ZXI (New)

NA

Rs 11.54 lakh 

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You can also pick up the new Ertiga through Maruti’s subscription services for Rs 18,600 onwards for the petrol variants and Rs 22,400 for CNG.  

Cosmetic changes are minor. The grille insert has been revised with minimal chrome touches, flanked by the same set of dual-barrel projector headlights (still no DRLs). Dual-tone alloy rims are the only change made to the profile. And at the rear, the chrome strip, now moved above the Suzuki badge, is sleeker. 

Also Read: 2022 Maruti Suzuki XL6 To Come In Four Variants And Six Colours

Very minor changes, yes indeed. The easiest way to tell the facelifted Ertiga apart is the new Dignity Brown colour. Plus, Silky Silver is now Splendid Silver, so there is a minor difference in its shade. 

Inside, save for the revised wood finish, the dashboard design and layout remain the same. There are new features in the form of the new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system (from the Baleno), connected car tech (telematics only), cruise control, four airbags, electronic stability control, and hill hold assist. 

Bits like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, steering-mounted audio controls, keyless entry with push-button start, automatic climate control, and electrically adjustable ORVMs have been carried forward. 

The Ertiga’s 1.5-litre petrol engine has been revised with the addition of Suzuki’s DualJet tech and mild-hybrid technology. Overall power figures are slightly lower than before, but the fuel efficiency figures have seen a rise. A 5-speed manual transmission is standard, while the automatic variants now get a new 6-speed torque converter with paddle shifters instead of a 4-speed AT. CNG variants get just the stick shifter. 

Take a look at the detailed specifications:

Parameters

Ertiga Petrol

Ertiga CNG

Power (PS)

103PS (-2PS)

88PS (-4PS)

Torque (Nm)

137Nm (-1Nm)

122Nm

Transmission Option

5-speed manual / 6-speed automatic

5-speed manual

Fuel Efficiency 

(MT / AT)

20.51 kmpl (+1.5kmpl) / 20.3kmpl (+2.31kmpl)

26.11km/kg (+0.03km/kg)

 

The new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga will lock horns with the Kia Carens, Mahindra Marazzo, and facelifted Maruti Suzuki XL6.

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