Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition launched: Honda Mobilio effect
India’s largest car maker, Maruti has been known to launch limited edition variants, whenever there is a new rival about to be launched in the market. They launched Regal Edition for Swift DZire when Honda launched Amaze. And now, with Mobilio launch near, Maruti announced Ertiga Limited Edition
Exteriors of Limited Edition Ertiga will sport a sleek front chrome grille and rear upper spoiler besides 10 spoke alloy wheels and attractive body graphics. Interiors will boast of black and beige two tone interiors with wooden finish cubic print on IP and door trims while Limited Edition floor mats will also be added. Additional features such as rear parking assist sensor with digital display and High Grade Integrated Audio will allow the company’s new Ertiga Limited Edition to focus on product differentiation for the customer.
Reflecting class leading sales of 14,000 units of Ertiga during the April to June 2014 fiscal, the company has sold over 150,000 Ertigas as customers regale its compact size, contemporary appeal, ergonomic design and comfortable 5+2 seating facilities. Prices of this Limited Edition Ertiga stand at INR 6,76,836 for the petrol variant, INR 7,34,872 for the CNG variant and INR 78,05,677 for the diesel Ertiga Limited Edition.
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga MPV has been a success ever since launch. Offered in petrol, diesel and CNG variants the petrol version receives a 1373 cc K-Series Petrol VVT engine offering 95 PS power and 130 Nm torque. The diesel version gets a 1248 cc DDiS Diesel engine capable of 90 PS power and 200 Nm torque, while CNG variant is powered by 1373 cc K-Series Petrol VVT engine generating 82 PS power and 110 Nm torque.
Further Read – Honda Mobilio vs Maruti Ertiga Review
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