Suzuki Ertiga GT first pictures out

    We bring you first images of the sportier Ertiga ahead of its March 23 reveal.

    Published On Mar 11, 2019 11:54:00 AM


    Suzuki will unveil a sportier variant of the popular Ertiga MPV, the Ertiga GT on March 23, 2019. The new Ertiga GT will first go on sale in Indonesia and may soon mark its presence in other more showrooms globally.

    However, ahead of its official premiere, we've got our hands on the first images of the production-spec Ertiga GT, which provides more details of the car.

    The leaked images show the Suzuki Ertiga GT in an all-black theme, with body kit all round, including front and rear bumper extensions. The model is seen sporting subtle red accents on its exterior. Additionally, there's a unique grille and a rear spoiler, along with all-black alloy wheels that complete the sportier look.  What also helps differentiate the standard Ertiga from its sportier variant is the distinct 'GT' badging in red. 

    Under the hood, the Ertiga GT will get a 1.5-litre petrol engine, similar to the one in the India-spec model. While there are no images of the interior, sources tell us there won’t be any major change here, except for the use of black seat covers and some minor tweaks.  

    Maruti is in the process of introducing the new Ertiga with a 1.5-litre diesel in India. Additionally, the company just discontinued the base LDi trim of the MPV and is readying a six-seat variant that will hit the showrooms sometime later this year. 

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    Maruti Suzuki Ertiga
    Maruti Suzuki Ertiga

    ₹ 8,61,885 * on road price (New Delhi)


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