Maruti Suzuki India has reserved November 21 as the date to roll out the second-generation Ertiga MPV. The auto giant is yet to make the declaration about the date for the bookings of highly awaited 2018 Ertiga. But, some Maruti dealers have already commenced taking car orders. Though the booking sum differs according to the place, the car dealers are assuring the delivery of the latest MPV by November end.
Suzuki Motor unveiled the novel Ertiga earlier this year in Indonesia
Suzuki Motor Corporation, parent firm of Maruti Suzuki, had unveiled the novel Ertiga earlier this year in the Indonesian market. The Ertiga obtains a massive redesign whilst the basic MPV shape stays the same. To extend the premium feel, the innovative chrome bathed front framework and new projector headlights are added.
Changes in the new model
The restyled front bumper with black inserts enhances the sporty look of the vehicle. Carved side and back profiles with crease lines have been made in a tasteful manner. At the back side, the innovative D-pillar and L-shape rear lights take out the usual blandness of the MPVs in the novel Ertiga.
In its newest embodiment, the novel Ertiga is 4,395mm long, 1,735mm wide and 1,690mm high whilst wheelbase stays the same. The car obtains excellently carved dashboard boasting of wooden accents. The 2018 Ertiga will also showcase brand new 1.5-litre petrol engine that belongs to the K-Series family. The 2018 Maruti Suzuki Ertiga will compete with the newly rolled out Mahindra Marazzo and Honda BR-V in the Indian zone.
Maruti Omni to be discontinued after 34 years
After a big gap of 34 years, Bollywood’s most favorite kidnapper Maruti Omni will get discontinues in the coming years. Yes, the popular vehicle will not make it beyond October 2020, when the Bharat New Vehicles Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP) will get implemented.
Mr. R C Bhargava, Chairman, Maruti Suzuki India stated that there are some of the car models that cannot be made ready to go well with the forthcoming security rules and the company will have to discontinue them. Mr. Bhargava said that Maruti Omni is being one of vehicles to get discontinued in the coming time.