Maruti launched the facelift model of their popular MPV Ertiga in the market last month. The Ertiga is a popular model among buyers from both private and commercial sector. It is not the most feature loaded MPV in the segment but is considered as a value for money option. For those who want a premium experience in their Ertiga, there are lot of aftermarket customisation options available in the market. We have featured many such customised Ertiga MPVs on our website in the past. Here we have one such video where a regular looking Ertiga has been modified to look premium.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger mentions that the owner initial had plans for regular modifications on the car. When he saw a customised Ertiga V-Line edition, then he changed his mind wanted a full-blown interior and exterior customisation. Starting with the front, the front grille has been retained. The headlamps now get smoked effect with aftermarket crystal LED DRLs. The colour of light in the DRL can be controlled using a mobile application. The bezel around the fog lamp has been finished in gloss black and the bumper now gets a body kit that adds a sporty look to the car. Coming to the side profile, the steel rims on the car have been replaced with 16 inch alloy wheels from XL6.
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Except for the front grille, there are no chrome garnishes anywhere on the car. The white colour car now gets a blacked out roof for a dual-tone finish. The door handles and th ORVMs are all finished in black. There is a V-Line graphics on the door as well. Coming to the rear, the stock tail lamps on the car have been replaced with smoked units from XL6. The balck body panel from XL6 has also been installed on the tail gate. The car gets an aftermarket roof mounted spoiler and a sporty looking body kit on rear bumper. A set of reflector LED lights have also been installed.
Moving in, the car gets a fully customised interior. The fabric seat covers have been replaced with a Cranberry Red colour leather upholstery. The seat covers are custom made and they fit perfectly. The door pads are wrapped in leather and the the plastic trims are now finished in Red and Black. The car now looks a lot more premium as the fit and finish of the work done looks great. The dashboard is wrapped Red and white dual-tone leather and similar treatment is done for the pillars as well. The car also gets a new black roof liner and a sunglass holder. Vlogger and his team has also installed cooling films on all the windows. The film is completely transparent. Other customisation in the car include active ambient lighting, floor mats and an aftermarket touchscreen infotainment system. The screen also shows feed from the rear parking camera. Overall fit and finish of the work done on this Ertiga looks good and the interior look upmarket.
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