Beaten by new Honda Mobilio in performance, space, and mileage, Maruti has dished out its trump card (read as discounts) in order to stay ahead in the race against Honda’s new Mobilio, which was launched earlier today.
Honda’s seven seater Mobilio launches later this month set to take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, Chevrolet Enjoy and Nissan Evalia. Considering Ertiga is the leader in this segment, we have a comparison review of the two.
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
A concept version of Suzuki Ertiga Sporty was on display at Indonesian International Motor Show 2013. In an outstanding design that drew the attention of all present and sure to turn heads once it is officially launched, Ertiga Sporty is seen with projector headlamps, twin slat grille in a matte finish and front bumpers in a contrasting color.
Maruti Suzuki has stated that Ertiga sales have reached a total of 101,041 units in just 17 months of launch on 12th April 2012. A winner right from the time of launch, Ertiga MPV is the quickest in its segment to achieve sales of over 100,000 units in this time frame.
By now, you would have already seen the official sketch of the new MPV from Honda, which is based on the Brio Amaze platform. To be launched in India next year, the new Brio MPV will compete with the best seller in the segment, Maruti Suzuki Ertiga, in all respects, size, price, design, and engineering. Here are few details from the official unveiling in Indonesia.
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