Here’s an Uber Cool Modified Maruti Ertiga You Should Surely Check Out

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 29/03/2020
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Here is a customised Ertiga with a lot of aftermarket accessories on the outside and as well as on the inside. Check it out.

Maruti gave Ertiga a thorough update last year. In comparison to the older model, the current version of the Ertiga looks a lot more stylish and offers a much more spacious interior. Ertiga is one of the best-selling MPVs in the country. A starting price of Rs. 7.59 lakh and a potent petrol engine are one of the few reasons that helped the Ertiga clock higher sales number than the competition. It is loved by the Indian households for the pliant ride it offers. Also, the compact dimensions fall in its favour, as other cars in its segment are much bigger and that makes them cumbersome to drive around town.

 

Overall, the Ertiga looks simple yet elegant. However, we came across a video on YouTube uploaded by G K Motors showcasing a heavily modified Ertiga. The car in the video can be seen fitted with LED DRLs on front. The DRLs are integrated with the headlamps and on the foglamp housings as well. That shows the love for LED DRLs, the owner of this car possesses. Also, the halogen bulbs in the fog lamps are replaced with white LED bulbs, something we don’t recommend. The front bumper has also been fitted with an aftermarket kit that gives it a distinctive look.

On the sides, the car has been fitted with chrome garnish on ORVMs. To make it look a little more different than the regular Ertiga, it is fitted with XL-6 inspired roof rails. On the lower side of the doors, there’s a black cladding as well. The rear facet has also been loaded with a lot of aftermarket accessories like a spoiler, bumper diffuser, and pillar-mounted LED tail lamp extensions. The reflectors on the bumper have also been fitted with LED elements.

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Here’s A Heavily Modified Ertiga MPV You Should Check Out

The Ertiga in the video is not the top-end variant of the car.

The interior of this particular Ertiga is also modified. It gets faux-leather upholstery for all the rows. Since it isn’t a top-end variant of the car; it doesn’t get the SmartPlay touchscreen infotainment system. Although, the owner has fitted the car with an aftermarket touchscreen unit, and faux wood inserts on the dashboard and door panels.

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