The second-generation Suzuki Ertiga arrives at dealers in March 2019 to a different world than its first-generation predecessor, which was launched globally in 2010. Extended families are now more common, mobile phone integration is a given and good ground clearance is a requirement.

Viewed directly from the front, you will immediately notice the large upright and crosscut grille with imposing Suzuki S-emblem and large new headlights in clear housings and individually packaged driving and high-beam lights.

The lower air intake is also significantly larger than before, with a deep air intake to complete the bold front design.

At the rear of the Ertiga, the designers have mimicked the upright front grille with a slightly slanted upright section on the rear tailgate, directly above the number plate holder. The rear lights reach towards the roof and contain LED combination brake- and driving lights.

To create a truly practical seven-seat MPV, Suzuki has stretched the Ertiga by 130 mm to 4 395 mm, while lifting the roof by 5 mm to give the vehicle a total height of 1 690 mm. The Ertiga is also 40 mm wider, which translates almost directly into more shoulder room for passengers in all three rows of seats.

With the expectation of a full house of passengers, Suzuki has made sure that all the creature comforts are catered for.

In front, the driver has a new instrument cluster with chrome bezels and a multiinformation trip display. The steering wheel on GL models also features chrome highlights and steering controls, while all models benefit from the D-shaped steering wheel with height adjustment that allows for ease of getting in and out.

The instrument cluster is housed in an upright dashboard with integrated radio, with USB and Bluetooth connectivity. There is also a unique money bin for notes and coins and a special mobile phone tray to store connected or charging phones.

The engine delivers more power and torque than the K14B engine it replaces, while still offering exceptional fuel economy. In the Ertiga, the K15B engine delivers 77 kW at 6 000 rpm and 138 Nm at 4 400 rpm. The latter is available across a wider range of engine speed than before.


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