Yesterday, a member of Headlighmag auto forum has posted sneak pics of Ertiga 2018’s promo shoot. The photos have revealed much of its overall design.
Generally, Suzuki Ertiga 2018 (known as Maruti Ertiga in India) is more well-built and glossier than the previous generation, measuring 4,395 mm in length, 1,735 in width and 1,690 mm in height. The maximum loading space is up to 803L when folding the 3rd row seats.
Suzuki Ertiga 2018 spotted in its promo shoot
Under the hood, this model applies the all-new K15B 1.5L VVT engine (using petrol), mated to either five-speed MT or four-speed AT. The top speed and torque it can gain is 104.7 PS and 138 Nm respectively.
Suzuki Ertiga 2018 is designed for 7 seats with restyled headlamps and taillights, keyless lock and start, 6.8 inch touchscreen infotainment and many other styling changes. Such typical safety features as parking sensors, anti-lock braking system and electronic brake-force distribution are also presented.
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Ertiga 2018 on its way to shooting location
According to the latest car news, the next-gen Suzuki will be rolled out from Cikarang Plant in Indonesia. Thai market may welcome this model in September this year.
In the Philippines, Suzuki Ertiga 2018 is recommended a price tag of around P865,000. Other variants range from P700,000 to P965,000. Click here to get the latest Suzuki Philippines price list in 2018.
Know more about Suzuki Ertiga 2023
The Suzuki Ertiga 2023 Philippines by auto industry stalwart Suzuki is a seven-seat, five-door, compact MPV. For the Philippine market, it is offered in three variants that all use a 1.5-liter K15B inline-4 engine capable of making up to 103 horsepower and 138 Nm of torque. Available transmission options for this model include a four-speed automatic and a five-speed manual transmission. Moving to the dimensions, the Suzuki Ertiga has a length of 4,395 mm, a width of 1,735 mm, and a height of 1,690 mm. This Japanese MPV is competing in the local market against the likes of the Toyota Avanza, Mitsubishi Xpander, and Maxus G50.