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  1. Ertiga Price are Justified?

    Is Maruti Suzuki Ertiga price justified? As per the car features and specifications. Is this wise choice? Kindly share your views
  2. My Family planning to buy a new MUV Car under 10 Lakhs. We are a little bit confuse in between Maruti Suzuki Ertiga & Toyota Innova. Kindly share your expertise review on both cars with pros & cons.
  3. Ertiga DDiS Engine Power Loss Problem

    Hi, I own a Maruti Suzuki Ertiga ZDI Purchased in Jul 2013 Age - 9 months Odometer - 9000+ Problem: The engine stops responding under the following conditions: Gear - 5th Driving Condition: Normal acceleration in 5th gear from sub 2000 rpm @ 2000 rpm (post shifting to 5th gear from 4th gear) Airconditioner - ON Engine recovers after some time if the pedal is kept pressed, may be with some power loss (not sure) If the pedal is released to bring the rpm down, the problem goes away and reappears at 2000 rpm Status of the problem: Reported to Maruti authorized service center, Response/ clarification given not satisfactory and hence in doubt whether the problem will get resolved or not. I observe the same problem reported by other people as well in the web. Request all who are experiencing this problem to share information here about the problem as well as whether problem is addressed and if addressed how. regards, Sree
  4. Toyota Avanza coming to India

    Toyota Avanza due for Launch in 2013 in India. Toyota Avanza - A Long Awaited car from Toyota Kirloskar Motors for Indian market is due for launch in 2013 Powered by 1.5 Lit VVT 4 Cylinder Engine with 102 BHP Power. Avanza will be based on theme of its big brother Toyota Innova but slight compact dimensions against Innova Toyota Innova Dimensions - 4.59 m * 1.77 m * 1.76 m (L*W*H) . Ground Clearance of 176 mm Toyota Avanza Dimensions (exp) - 4.14 m * 1.66 m * 1.69 m (L*W*H) . Ground Clearance of 200 mm Maruti Ertiga Dimensions - 4.27 m * 1.69 m * 1.68 m (L*W*H) . Ground Clearance of 185 mm Avanza as seen in the campaign going to be 7 Seater Car. Based on International Prices, We expect the Avanza base Model to be priced close to 7 Lac with top model to be priced close to 10 Lac Rs in Diesel Segment. Color Options - White, Mica Steel, Silver Metallic, Light Blue Metallic, Grey Metallic Competition : Avanza to compete with hot seller Maruti Ertiga. Source: An email @ moderator if there is any previous mention of the vehicle on the forum , kindly merge the thread suitably.
  5. Maruti Ertiga CNG Coming...

    Maruti Suzuki could launch the Ertiga CNG as early as next week. The CNG powered version of the Ertiga is expected to use the 1.4 Liter K-Series petrol engine, converted to run on CNG. The 1.4 Liter K-Series petrol engine outputs 94 Bhp-130 Nm and a similar power and torque output could be delivered on CNG too. The Ertiga CNG will come with a supplementary petrol tank, a handy addition that will give the MPV its dual fuel moniker. Variants of the Ertiga MPV in CNG-Petrol guise are said to be priced about 30,000 rupees higher than the equivalent petrol variants. However, only LXi and VXi version of the Ertiga CNG might go on sale. The 10 kilogram capacity of CNG tanks on most cars delivers a range of 200-300 Kms, making a higher number of refueling trips necessary when compared that on petrol or diesel cars. Source: Financial Express
  6. And another one to the CNG gang. According to reliable sources, the company will announce and even start rolling out a greener variant of the Ertiga within 2-3 months. India’s largest carmaker is aiming to sell nearly 1,000-1,500 units of the Ertiga CNG every month. Currently, it is sold in petrol (1.4-litre, 4-cylinder) and diesel (1.3-litre, 4-cylinder) variants, and the Ertiga MPV sells, on average, 5,000-6,000 units per month. Ertiga sales have been filling in the vacuum caused by the dip in sales of other passenger cars from Maruti over the past year.The Ertiga currently faces the closest competition from the Mahindra Quanto and Renault Duster. However, the growing MPV/SUV segment lacks any CNG variant so far and Maruti is planning to tap into this space by making the Ertiga the first CNG-powered MPV in India. Looks like Maruti has hit the bulls eye again. This one is sure to fly off the shelves with more and more CNG powered cars hitting the roads. Will be interesting to see the CNG tank placement on this one.
  7. Fiat evaluating Ertiga rival

    After the success of the Maruti Ertiga, Fiat has been studying the option of launching a seven-seat version of its 500L micro-MPV. Based on a modified Punto platform, this extended version of the five-seat 500L will have a large rear overhang, flat folding seats on all three rows and some really clever packaging. The car pictured here is only a computer-generated image based on the recently shown 500L. What’s immediately evident is that this car’s neo-retro styling works well, despite the slightly ungainly MPV proportions. The non-aggressive, round-edged details lend this MPV a cheerful demeanour. The nose is pure Fiat 500 (albeit with elongated headlights), the big wraparound glasshouse looks stunning, the surfboard-like roof is super cool and the elongated tail-lights match the long lights at the front. The big, squared-off wheel arches look a bit out of character though. Interior space will be maximised by compacting internal fittings and fixtures, and the insides will have coloured inserts on the dash that match the colour of the car. Fiat has used slim pillars and wrap-around glass to lend an airy feel to the cabin and the neo-retro look has been carried onto the dash of the car too. Fiat is likely to use the updated 90bhp version of its 1.3 diesel (called Multijet II) to power this car. The updated engine features advances in areas of injection, turbocharging and internal friction. This extended seven-seat version of the 500L is expected to replace the Fiat Idea in Europe, and Fiat is expected to sell it in other grown-up markets like the US as well. That will mean the 500L will be engineered to meet global crash-test norms and that certainly bodes well for India as well. If Fiat fully localises this car, expect nothing more than an Ertiga-matching price of between Rs 8 to 10 lakh. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thats the post on Autocar Exclusive. Now, what I feel is that Fiat will be weary of adding any new models to their Indian line up. Punto and Linea, howsoever beautifully crafted and running on the famous 1.3 multijets, they have been too low on sales figures. Even the 2012 editions have not seen roads enough. Fiat had already played this card once with the Fiat Adventure which was basically a stretched Palio/Petra, which did not work. That size is ideally suited for a 7 seater but the Adventure was only an estate with a seating capacity of 5.
  8. Nissan is all-set to launch the new Evalia MPV in first-week of September, we drove it in the UK earlier, here's our review. To read our full review: Click here