Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition gets visual add-ons, a new Maroon shade and updated cabin with all-black interior and faux wooden inserts
Maruti Suzuki has launched a special edition of its Ertiga people carrier for the Indian market today. Based on the middle V grade, it has been priced starting Rs. 7.85 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi) for the VXi variant whereas the VDi trim of the limited run model will be sold at Rs. 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
Available in both petrol and diesel engine options as you have judged by the familiar trim names across Maruti Suzuki’s portfolio, the special edition differentiates itself from the standard Ertiga with a slew of additional accessories worth Rs. 16,990 on the inside as well as on the styling front. As for the exterior, the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Limited Edition gains quite a few unique updates.
The regular Ertiga is sold in six colour options namely Radiant Beige, Serene Blue, Silky Silver, Pearl Blue Blaze, Granite Grey and Superior White. However, the Limited Edition gets an all-new Maroon paint scheme besides customers having an option of ordering it in either Silky Silver or Superior White. Another major visual difference maker is a new set of alloy wheels that can be found only in the Z trim.
Additionally, the Limited Edition seven-seater MPV features chrome body side moulding and chrome fog lamp bezel. The model’s exclusivity is underlined by the Limited Edition badge. While the standard MPV comprises of a dual-tone interior, the Limited Edition comes equipped with an all-black cabin.
Alongside the equipment offerings in the standard V trim, the new accessories included are faux wood inserts on the dashboard, door pad and centre console, premium dual-tone seats and steering wrap, white ambient footwell lighting, cushion pillows and front centre armrest. No mechanical modifications have been implemented as the changes are restricted to the styling and feature add-ons.
Under the bonnet, the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Limited Edition gets power from the 1.4-litre K14B VVT petrol motor which is good enough to produce a maximum power output of 91.15 horsepower and 130 Nm of peak torque. On the other hand, the 1.3-litre DDiS diesel with SHVS mild-hybrid system makes 88.47 hp and 200 Nm of torque. Both engines are mated to a five-speed manual transmission and claimed to return 17.5 kmpl and 24.52 kmpl mileage respectively.