Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Maruti Ertiga comes in. There are 7 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the LXi version. The number of manual versions are 5 while the number of automatic trims are 2. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|LXiPetrol,Upto 19.34,Manual||₹ 7.82 Lakh|
|VXiPetrol,Upto 19.34,Manual||₹ 8.56 Lakh|
|VXi CNGCng,Upto 19.34,Manual||₹ 9.37 Lakh|
The Maruti Ertiga is one of the 15 different models from the house of Maruti Suzuki. Prices for this MPV start from Rs 781500 and buyers can pick from as many as 7 different versions. The transmission options on the Maruti Ertiga include both Manual and Automatic gearbox. The Ertiga offers a max power of 103Bhp@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Skoda Rapid TSI and Mahindra XUV300.
I bought the Maruti Ertiga Petrol in 2016. I wanted a spacious car for my business needs and for family travel and the Ertiga was a perfect car for such requirements. I got CNG installed in the car and so far, there have been no issues with the Ertiga. The looks of the car are great and the interiors too are extremely comfortable. Driving this car in the city traffic is extremely easy and ever since I have converted it to CNG, the running expense has gone down considerably. I get around a mileage of 18-20 km/kg in CNG which I think is decent for a car of this size.
I am using the new Ertiga which I bought in 2019. Since my running is high, I chose the diesel model over the petrol engine. We all are familiar with the 1.3-L DDiS engine and I donâ€™t think it needs an introduction. So far, the engine is going strong and the car has crossed 25 thousand kilometres on the odo. On the highway, I get around 20 KMPL with AC on while in the city, the car delivers around 15 KMPL. I choose this car because of its looks as the sleek headlamps and the large grille make it look bold and aggressive. Apart from that, there are plenty of necessary features inside the cabin and the seats too are extremely comfortable. The only negative about this car is its build quality. The body panels are very thin and get damaged very easily. Apart from that, the new Ertiga is a great car and I will definitely recommend this car to anyone who is looking for a comfortable and a reliable MPV.
I bought the new Ertiga in 2019. I bought the petrol powered Ertiga assuming that the car will deliver around 14-15 KMPL atleast on the highway. However, the car is not as fuel efficient as the company claims and I get around 10 KMPL on mixed usage with AC on. Apart from that, the engine feels refined and powerful and I have no other issues with the engine-gearbox combination. The seats are comfortable and I think this is one of the best cars for family usage. The AC performance is decent and the driving dynamics are good. The after sales support has been good so far and I will update the review as I get more experience about the same.
I own the first-gen Maruti Ertiga diesel and have used it for more than 70000 kms. I bought this car for long distance travel with my family and back then, I had no other options to choose from. I like the overall looks of the car as it is not very aggressive and looks elegant. The design however does feel a little dated with time. The 1.3-L DDiS engine is great to drive and gives enough power to pull this car without any major hassle. The fuel economy that I get from this car is around 15-18 kmpl in mixed usage. There have been no major issues with the car so far but with time, the rattles inside the cabin are much more prominent now. The build quality of the vehicle could have been a little better, but apart from that, I have had no issues with the car. The car has always been serviced in the service centre and average service bills cost me about Rs 6-7 thousand only.
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