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Check out this heavily accessorised Maruti Ertiga MPV [Video]

Maruti Suzuki gave Ertiga a facelift last year and since then it has een gaining a lot of attention the market. Compared to the older version it looked more sharp and offers more space on the inside. It is one o the best selling MPVs in the country right now. It competes with the likes of Mahindra Marazzo and Renault Triber in the segment. Ertiga is preferred as a family vehicle and people usually don’t spend a lot on modifying cars like Ertiga. Just like any other case, here we have exceptions too. Here is one such heavily accessorised Ertiga MPV that looks pretty good.

The video has been uploaded by G K Motors. The accessories have also been fitted by the same company. At the front it gets LED DRLs above the headlamp and around the foglamp units. They give the car an imposing stance. The fog lamp has been replaced with LED lights. The DRLs also act as turn indicators. The front bumper gets a stardom kit which makes the front look more aggressive.

Coming to the side, Ertiga gets chrome garnish on the ORVMs and there are door wisors fixed on all the doors. They hae also installed a roof rail and an Ertiga name embossed cladding with chrome touches in it. Coming to the rear, there is the same stardom kit on the rear bumper with a faux diffuser. The bumper also houses reflector lights which also act as indicators when vehicle turns. A pillar light has also been installed along with a chrome strip on the boot.

Maruti Ertiga Modified Featured

On the inside, this Ertiga gets leatherette seat covers on all three rows. It also gets ambient lighting and a touchscreen infotainment system. As this Ertiga was a lower variant, it did not come with factory fitted touchscreen infotainment. some faux wooden inserts on the dashboard and door pads. The Ertiga is a very spacious MPV for its price. Ertiga gets a 1.5-litre petrol, a 1.5-litre diesel and a 1.3-litre diesel engine option. The 1.3 liter diesel will be discontinued post April 2020. Maruti will also pull the plug on the 1.5 liter diesel, at least temporarily as it’s not BS6 compliant. Work is on to make the engine BS6 compliant by the end of 2020, post which it will be reintroduced on Maruti Suzuki cars across India. Maruti has also launched a more premium version of the Ertiga, XL6 in the market this year. The XL6 is sold via Nexa dealerships exclusively.