Maruti Ertiga MPV with custom interiors looks premium

Maruti Suzuki is India’s largest automaker and Ertiga is the 7-seater minivan that the manufacturer offers in the market. The Ertiga is considered a good value product in its segment. It’s not the most feature-rich MPV available on the market, but it does provide a comfortable ride for occupants. If you want to make the cab much more upscale, there are several aftermarket accessories available for Ertiga and we have featured several on our website. Here we have a video where a Maruti Ertiga ZXI variant has been modified or customized with premium features inside and a sporty looking body kit.

The video was uploaded by VIG AUTO ACCESSORIES on their YouTube channel. In this video, the vlogger talks about all the changes or modifications he and his team have made to the Ertiga. This is the facelift version and it starts from the front. The car comes with smoked headlights with bespoke crystal LED daytime running lights. The front grille is the same original unit with chrome trim on it. The bezel around the fog lamp has now been finished in a piano black shade which looks premium. The bumper now gets a sporty looking Indonesian body kit with LED DRLs.

Regarding the side profile, the original two-tone 15-inch alloy wheels from Ertiga have been retained. The car is now finished in two-tone and there is also a V-Line+ graphic on the door. A side skirt that is part of the body kit was also installed on the car. As we move further back the car receives more modifications. An aftermarket roof-mounted spoiler was installed. The original Ertiga taillights were replaced with units from XL6. The tailgate’s chrome trim was retained. The rear bumper also gets an Indonesian body kit with integrated reflector LED lamps.

The car has a sporty look on the outside. As you move in, there are more customizations. The cabin now looks much more premium than it did from the factory. The car gets shades of black, beige and walnut brown inside the cabin. The seat is covered with a walnut brown leather upholstery. The seat covers are custom made and fit perfectly. The car’s dashboard was also wrapped in leather. The faux wood panel insert on the dash and doors is now finished in a two-tone black and brown hue. The Ertiga’s roof liner has been replaced with black fabric for a contrasting look and the pillars are also leather wrapped.

The car comes with ambient lights and the door pads are also covered in leather. The steering wheel also receives a similar leather treatment. The intensity and color of ambient lights inside the cabin can be controlled using a mobile phone app. Since this is the ZXI variant, it already comes with a company-equipped touchscreen infotainment system. However, it lacks features such as the rear view camera. The car looks very premium both outside and inside.

Betty K. Park