Although the new Maruti Suzuki Ertiga gets a decent amount of features right from the base variants, it misses out on some feel-good features like artificial leather seat covers for the sake of competitive pricing. But fret not, here’s a list of official accessories that Maruti is offering with the second-gen Ertiga. These include styling packages which cover both the exterior and interior of the MPV along with a variety of car cleaning products that can be bought separately.
If you want your new Ertiga to look sporty, you can choose from front and rear lip spoilers, a roof mounted spoiler (Rs 4499) and side skirts (Rs 3199 to Rs 3799).
Other exterior updates include blacked out alloy wheels with pitchfork-shaped spokes for Rs 22,000 and wheel covers for Rs 1,600. These, paired with the above-mentioned exterior kit, can make the Ertiga look sporty. Although a blacked out grille would have complemented this body kit well, only the base variant of the Ertiga gets it. Prices of all the body kits are pegged at Rs 25,990.
If the above accessories don’t suit your taste, you can opt from a list of chrome finished accessories like garnishes for the headlamp, fog lamp, tail lamp, rear bumper and the number plate. These bits and pieces are priced in the range of Rs 750 to Rs 3,799, which is quite acceptable for the added bling they offer.
- None of the variants of the 2018 Ertiga are available with leather upholstery. However, you can have the seat covers finished in PU leather, Premium PU leather or PU and fabric upholstery. These range from Rs 8,870 to Rs 10,490, which is a good deal when you consider the fact that it covers all three rows.
- Although you get wooden inserts on the dashboard and door pads on the Z and Z+ variants of the new Ertiga, Maruti also offers maple wood inlays, which are darker than the standard panels, for the doors, illuminated sills, floor mats and boot mat. The mats are priced between Rs 1,190 to Rs 3,750.
- While rear parking sensors are standard, you can get an IRVM (internal rearview mirror) integrated with the reverse parking assist system to ease parking. Only the top Z+ variant, which comes equipped with the 7.0-inch SmartPlay infotainment system, gets a rear parking camera as standard, with display in the infotainment screen.
Buyers can take their pick from the Multimedia infotainment units with Bass tube, Subwoofer and Speakers. This will come in handy for those not purchasing the Z+ variant and don’t want to miss out on a comprehensive audio system. A simple audio unit with basic infotainment system and speakers will set you back by nearly Rs 20,000 to Rs 50,000 depending on the add-ons like amplifier and speakers you pick.
If you don’t want to pick individual accessories then Maruti offers some predefined packages that cover some basic customisation aspects inside-out. Here they are:
Exterior updates include window frame kit, chrome side molding, rear upper spoiler, bumper protectors. On the inside, you get bold box lining seat covers, designer mats, steering wheel cover and IRVM integrated reverse parking assist and a tissue box also thrown in the mix.
For this variant, you get chrome garnish for the rear bumper, around window frames and side molding. On the inside, you get carpet mat, maple wood finish, cushions and tissue box.
Prices for both the packages are not officially available at the moment. While you can get these features fitted from the aftermarket as well as these won’t void warranty, it’s notable that chrome add-ons by the manufacturer often last longer without any sign of corrosion compared to the ones offered in the aftermarket.
Other car care products on offer include premium kits, vaccum cleaner, digital tyre inflator and rain repellant.
Here are the detailed prices of every accessory on offer.