Maruti Suzuki launches Ertiga Limited Edition at Rs 7.85 lakh

Ertiga limited edition comes with brand a new body colour called 'exquisite maroon' and new alloy wheels

By: | Updated: February 15, 2017 5:32 PM
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Maruti Suzuki India Limited has announced the launch of a limited edition of the Ertiga.

On the outside, the limited edition comes with brand a new body colour called 'exquisite maroon', new alloy wheels, chrome fog lamps and chrome side molding.

Interiors include wooden finish bits, front seat armrest, dual tone steering wheel cover, ambient lighting and cushions.

First launched in 2012, Ertiga has sold over three lakh units so far. The car also features SHVS (Smart Hybrid) diesel technology and automatic transmission.

“Ertiga is a complete MPV package which offers space, versatility, technology and convenience. The all-new features of Ertiga Limited Edition highlight the company’s focus on building a customer connect through product differentiation while creating delight. Customers have always loved the Ertiga for its elegant style, contemporary looks and flexibility. This Limited Edition will further strengthen brand Ertiga,” Mr R. S. Kalsi, Executive Director Marketing & Sales, Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said introducing the Ertiga Limited Edition.

The Limited Edition Ertiga will be available only in the VXi and VDi variants in three colours Exquisite Maroon (new), Silky Silver and Superior White.

The limited edition car is available in the price range of Rs 7.85 lakh to Rs 8.10 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The ex-showroom price includes the accessory package.

Also read: Maruti Suzuki Ertiga and Eeco now part of Haryana Police’s response fleet

Recently, Maruti Suzuki gave 15 new cars to the Haryana Police Department including 13 Ertigas, two of them being interceptors. There are two Eecos too, which would be deployed for medical emergencies. Apart from the two interceptor Ertigas, the rest would function in patrolling and surveillance over highways and expressways. The vehicles were presented to Sandeep Khirwar, Commissioner of Police, Gurgaon and other dignitaries.