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Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition at 2016 Auto Expo

Maruti Ertiga Special Edition 2016 Auto Expo
 

Available with SHVS tech.

Though the highlight of Maruti Suzuki stall for 2016 Auto Expo was the new Vitara Brezza, Ignis, and Baleno RS; the company also showcased special editions of their existing cars like the Celerio, Swift, DZire and Ertiga. Of these, the Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition stood out as it featured the most updates.

Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition was seen with body colored bumper extensions and door guards while side sill extensions and rear spoiler were also evident. Special gunmetal alloy wheels were also noted on the Ertiga Limited Edition.

Maruti Ertiga Special Edition 2016 Auto Expo

Maruti Ertiga Special Edition 2016 Auto Expo. Image – Facebook

The dashboard of the Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition gets an all black treatment. Seats are done up in black and red leather with white accents, while a mini refrigerator and entertainment system for the rear passenger system is also on offer. It also houses SmartPlay entertainment with integrated navigation.

Other features include power folding wing mirrors, smart entry, push button start and reverse parking camera. 50:50 split seats for the last row add to extra space while where safety features are concerned, driver airbag is offered as standard across all variants.

Though the Maruti Ertiga Limited Edition gets a host of external and internal updates, it sees no change in engine specifications. It continues to be powered by a 1.4-liter K-Series petrol engine and a 1.3 liter DDiS diesel engine. As the diesel engine receives SHVS technology along with start/stop functions, gear shift indicator and brake energy recuperation, fuel efficiency has been enhanced by 18% as compared to the standard Ertiga to now stand at 24.52 kmpl. Maruti Suzuki India Limited has not yet revealed prices of the Ertiga Limited Edition.

Maruti Ertiga Special Edition 2016 Auto Expo

Maruti Ertiga Special Edition 2016 Auto Expo

 

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