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Maruti’s cheap 7-seater sold out, bought over 7.5 lakh, booked at 11,000

Maruti Suzuki Ertiga is a popular MPV car in the country. You can guess from its popularity that it has surpassed the sales of 7.5 lakh units. The Ertiga MPV was launched in 2012. That is, in 10 years, the car has achieved this historic personality. Now the company is about to launch its facelift model, which has started booking at Rs 11,000.

Single MPV with CNG
Maruti Suzuki says that Ertiga has achieved great success in the last four years, and has become a segment leader. The company has introduced it in CNG version along with petrol and diesel. However, after the introduction of the BS6 rule, the diesel version was discontinued. We tell you that this is the only MPV in this segment that currently gets a CNG variant.

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Maruti Suzuki Ertiga has crossed the initial 2.5 lakh sales mark between 2015-16. After about four years, the company sold another 5.5 million units. At launch, this Toyota Innova was considered an affordable alternative. Currently, it competes in the market with cars like Renault Triber, Mahindra Marazzo and the recently launched Kia Carens.

Read more: Maruti’s cheapest car is the best-selling in the country, with 24,000 being bought since launch

What will be the new Ertiga
The new Ertiga will hit the market next week. The next generation Ertiga will come with smart hybrid technology and will be powered by a 1.5-liter petrol engine. Shashank Srivastava, Executive Director, Maruti Suzuki India, said that the new Ertiga will come with new era features, upgraded powertrain and advanced 6-speed automatic transmission. New model CNG options will also be available.

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