Maruti Ertiga is one of the most popular MPV in its segment. It is a popular vehicle among buyers from both commercial and personal sector. It offers decent amount of space, comfort and is fuel efficient too. As we all know, Maruti Ertiga is not the most premium looking MPV in the segment. If you want to make the cabin in the Maruti Ertiga look premium, a variety of customisation options are available for the MPV. Here we have a video where a Maruti Ertiga ZXI variant is neatly modified to look like a sporty and premium MPV.
The video has been uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. Video mentions that the owner of this Ertiga had bought the ZXI variant which comes with almost all the features. The owner wanted a different look for his Ertiga that too under a budget. The exact amount is not mentioned in the video. Vig Auto made minor modifications on the outside and customised the interiors to give it a different look. Starting with the front, the stock grille with chrome inserts have been retained.
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The headlamps has been blacked out and it come with projector headlamps with custom made crystal LED DRLs. The colour of the light in the DRL can be controlled using a mobile phone application. The fog lamp and the garnish around it remains the same as stock. However as we come down, the bumper gets the indonesian body kit which comes with LED DRLs in the lower lip. This kit gives Ertiga a sporty look from the front. Coming to the side profile, the car comes with alloy wheels from factory and Vig Auto has only installed a rain visor on this car. A side skirt which is part of the body kit has been installed in the car.
As we move to the rear, a large roof mounted spoiler which is an aftermarket unit imported from Indonesia has been installed. A gloss black panel on the tail gate has been installed from an XL6. Tail lights have been replaced with genuine smoked units from XL6. Just like at the front, the rear bumper also gets the Indonesian body kit. This gives the car a muscular look on the outside. As we move in, the interiors have been customised too.
The door pads are all wrapped in leather. The palstic trims on the doors and dashboard are all the same as stock. The steering wheel has been wrapped in dual-tone leather. The fabric seat covers have been replaced with beige colour custom seat covers. The fit and finish of the seat covers is good and just like the seat, the gear knob and the lever boot is also wrapped in a similar type of material. The seat cover is actually beige and black. The touchscreen infotainment system in this car is the genuine unit from factory but, it now shows feed from the rear parking camera which is not offered with ZXI variant. There is ambient lights and floor mats and other accessories that were necessary to make the cabin look premium.
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