Maruti Suzuki Ertiga CNG launched in India for Rs 8.87 lakh - sells over 61,000 units of current generation
Maruti Suzuki Ertiga fitted with CNG has been launched in India for Rs 8.87 lakh, ex-showroom Delhi. The company also announced its cumulative sale over 61,000 units since its launch of the current generation Ertiga in November 2018 - with an average sale figure of 8,000 units a month.
The CNG variant will benefit from the feature of the VXI trim such as a multi-information display, audio system with steering mount controls. The standard safety feature list includes front dual airbags, a speed alert system and reverse parking sensor.
The engine on offer is the same 1.5-litre petrol unit that produces 104PS at 6,000rpm, however, when driven on CNG, the engine tunes itself to offer 92PS for a claimed fuel efficiency of 26.2km/kg. The gearbox on offer is the same 5-speed unit.
Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director (Marketing and Sales), Maruti Suzuki India Limited, said, "Ertiga has managed to win hearts with its focus on safety, design, style, space and performance. In the short span of nearly eight months of its launch, the new Ertiga's accomplishment of achieving the market leader position in MPV is overwhelming considering the growing competition in this segment. The robust sales of the new Ertiga prove that it has secured its place in the market as a car that offers its users the perfect companion to go about their everyday lives. We thank all our customers for 'moving together' with us in style with the Next Gen Ertiga in its successful journey. With the CNG-powered Next Gen Ertiga, customers will be able to enjoy the benefit of better fuel economy and superior technology which is safe, reliable and environment friendly."
Starts Rs 7.55 Lakhs
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