Maruti Ertiga is one of the popular MPVs sold by Indian manufacturer. It has been in the country for quite some time and we currently have the second generation MPV that went on sale couple of years ago. The Ertiga competes with cars like Mahindra Marazzo and Renault Triber in the MPV segment. A common trend seen among Ertiga buyers is that they go for lower trims and update and customise the interiors as per their preferences. We have seen several examples of such Ertiga MPVs in the past and here we have one more such MPV that has been beautifully customised both from the outside, and on the outside.
The video has been uploaded by Rohit Mehta Sai Auto Accessories on their Youtube channel. The video starts by showing the exterior where a couple of modifications are done. The headlamp now gets a DRL set up inside the headlamp cluster. Similarly the fog lamps are also LED and a boomerang shaped LED strip is placed around it as well. The front and the rear bumper are also aftermarket units which give it a sporty look.
On the side profile, it gets chrome strips on window line and rain visors. At the rear, it ges pillar lights, LED reflector lamps that give it a bit more premium look. The interior is an area where the major time on this car has been spent by the customisers. The whole cabin is updated and it now gets a brown and beige interior. The faux wooden insert panel on the dashboard is given a walnut colour with carbon fibre like patterns on it. The same type of panel is seen on the door panels as well.
The door pads get brown leather wrap and the seats get a dual tone aftermarket seat cover. The owner has also got an aftermarket Android touchscreen infotainment system in place. The screen also shows the feed from revers parking camera with guiding lines. Overall work on the Ertiga looks pretty neat and the video does not share the exact price of the modification. Interested people can get in touch with the customisers by checking the description section of the video. The Maruti Ertiga now sold in India gets two options: a 1.5 liter petrol and a 1.5 liter CNG-Petrol. Both engines get 5 speed manual gearboxes as standard. The petrol trim of the MPV also gets a 4 speed torque converter option.