Maruti Suzuki is India’s largest car manufacturer and they have a variety of products in their line up. They have cars ranging from small hatchbacks like Maruti Alto 800 to 7-seater MPVs like Ertiga. The regular models are sold via Arena dealerships while the premium models are sold via Nexa dealerships. Maruti Ertiga is a popular MPV in its segment. We have seen several examples of customised Maruti Ertiga MPVs in the past and many of them have been featured on our website as well. Here we have a modified Maruti Ertiga MPV that get V-Sports edition body kit.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video, vlogger talks about all the modifications that are done to the MPV. Starting with the front, the car gets an aftermarket grille with chrome vertical slats in it. The stock bumper on this Ertiga has been replaced with an aftermarket unit from Indonesia. It is similar to the Ertiga Sport edition that is available in international market.
There is a chrome garnish around the fog lamp and the bumper gives it an aggressive look. The lower part of the bumper has a grille and the lip gets red accents on it. The headlamps are stock units but, they now come with integrated LED DRLs in them. Coming to the side profile, the steel rims on this Ertiga were replaced with gloss black Maruti genuine 15 inch alloy wheels. This is the same unit that is also seen on XL6. The rims get red coloured guards around them as well.
The side profile of the car also shows black colour side skirt with red accents and a lower door beading has also been installed. The car also gets accessories like a door visors and lower window garnish. At the rear, the stock tail lamps on Ertiga were replaced with tail lamps from XL6 and they look premium. The other customisation here is the gloss black panel on the boot which was borrowed from XL6. The Ertiga also got a roof mounted spoiler from Amotriz.
To complete the sporty look of the car, a red and black skirting was installed on the rear bumper as well. LED reflector lamps are also installed on the car. Moving in, the cabin has been completely transformed. The car looks a lot more premium from inside. The main attraction here are the beige colour ultra soft custom seat covers. The plastic trims on the door and the dashboard that got a wooden finish were now finished in galaxy black shade. Similar treatment.
The door pads also gets leather wrapped on them. The center console on this Ertiga was replaced with a higher variant version as lower versions do not offer armrest. Ambient lights have been installed on this MPV and the 7D floor mats have also been installed. An aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system has also been installed in the car. Overall, the work done on this Ertiga looks very neat and it now has a premium feel to it.