In the Asian markets, the 2021 limited edition Ertiga will continue to compete with the likes of Mitsubishi Xpander and Toyota Avanza
For a sportier look and feel, Suzuki has introduced the Limited Edition of the Ertiga. It will be showcased at the upcoming Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS), which is scheduled to take place from November 11-21. Apart from cosmetic enhancements, the MPV also gets some functional updates. However, no change has been made in the engine or performance.
Ertiga 2021 Limited Edition Styling
The Ertiga Limited Edition is based on the ‘Suzuki Sport’ design philosophy. Badging for this can be seen in many places such as rear spoiler, boot lid and rear bumper. As far as the exteriors are concerned, the primary consideration is to achieve the blacked-out look and feel. Several components have this theme such as the front grille, air dam and fog lamp casing.
The sides are blacked out with all pillars, roof and ORVMs. The door handles are covered in chrome, which creates an exciting contrast with the blacked-out elements. The black decals further enhance the sporty profile of the MPV.
It also gets dual-tone alloy wheels. At the rear, the Ertiga Limited Edition gets a rear spoiler in piano black finish. Another significant update is the front and rear bumpers and red accents on the sides. The credit for the images goes to Indra Fatan.
On the inside, the MPV gets an updated blacked-out dashboard. It has leather seats with contrast red stitching. There may be other changes to the interior, which are expected to be revealed at the GIIAS. In terms of functionality, the Ertiga Limited Edition gets an e-mirror, which comes with an integrated dashcam.
It is not certain whether the 2021 Ertiga Limited Edition will be launched in India or not. The updates seem to be more relevant for markets like Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand etc. It is to be noted that the international-spec Ertiga is identical to the model offered in India. There are only a few styling bits that are different such as the front grille and boot lid.
Ertiga 2021 Limited Edition Engine
The engine will be the same for the Ertiga Limited Edition. In India, the Ertiga is powered by a 1.5-litre Smart Hybrid petrol motor. It is capable of generating maximum power of 103 hp at 6,000 rpm and peak torque of 138 Nm at 4,400 rpm. Transmission options include a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed AT.
A CNG option is also available for the Ertiga in India. When running on cleaner fuel, the power and torque output drop to 91 hp and 122 Nm. The CNG variant is only offered with a 5-speed manual transmission. Fuel efficiency is 19.01 kmpl for petrol manual, 17.99 kmpl for petrol AT and 26.08 kmpl for CNG.
The safety kit is expected to be similar to the standard model. Some of the key safety features available with the Ertiga include dual airbags, ABS with EBD with brake assist, hill hold control, engine immobilizer, electronic stability program (ESP), high speed alert, safety alarm and rear parking sensors and camera.