The Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has always sought the throne of the budget MPV segment and is now scheduled for a major update later this year but that hasn’t stopped Maruti Suzuki from launching a limited edition variant of the existing model just to keep in touch with the times. Changes though strictly cosmetic is noticeable both on the exteriors and the interior.

For starters, there is a much-needed body kit along with a front splitter to make it look less of a van. Then there’s a new set of paint schemes namely Exquisite Maroon, Granite Grey, Pearl Blue Blaze and Superior white. A Roof mounted spoiler along with new shiny alloys to add some bling that the Ertiga deserves. Finally, to keep you reminded that it’s a limited edition Ertiga, there are plenty of badges all around the car.

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On the inside, it gets an all-new centre console and upholstery. Gone are the beige and cloudy interiors for a new dark themed layout with lushes of faux-wood throughout the cabin. The dashboard gets an all-black treatment along with burgundy seat covers, a faux-wood trim on the centre console and ac vents, a dual-tone steering cover along with other “Limited Edition tricks” like a front centre armrest and ambient lighting for the footwell. Sadly it does miss out on Automatic climate control and rear parking sensors/camera since this Limited Edition model is sketched on the Vxi/Vdi variant of the MPV.

Under the hood, everything remains unchanged in a typical Maruti fashion and hence the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Limited Edition will be offered with the same set of engines which in case you forgot is a 1.4-litre petrol unit putting out a “mighty” 92 Bhp and a 1.3-litre diesel with a healthy 90 Bhp. As for the gearbox both the variants get a buttery smooth five-speed manual unit as standard while a four-speed automatic unit is also available exclusively with the petrol engine.

Prices for the new MPV start at Rs 7.80 Lakh for the petrol and Rs 9.70 Lakh for the diesel (ex-showroom Delhi). While it is a tad more expensive than the regular Vxi/Vdi variants, it still comes across as an excellent value for money proposition given all the additional kit on offer and makes the Ertiga a strong contender in its segment.
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Santosh is Founder member of WheelBHP, an MBA Professional and automotive nut, a biker by heart. He is easily attracted towards cars and bikes and he has passion for these since he was too young (a school boy). His passion went so strong that he finally ended up writing blog about auto world and this led him to WheelBHP. Well, he likes to keep things shorted well and this makes him manage his work and blogging life together without any miss. The journey to WheelBHP was although not easy for him considering his professional and love life (which he referes to auto blogging) yet the enthusiasm and support from his friends and family made him stand and go ahead with what he likes the most.. 

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