Ertiga Specs & FeaturesSuzuki Ertiga Specs
Key specifications & features of the Suzuki Ertiga. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Gasoline / 1462 cc
- Parking Sensors
- Child Safety Locks
- Side Impact Beams
- Rear Seat Belts
- Front Impact Beams
Suzuki Ertiga Price List
Suzuki Ertiga price starts at ₱743,000 and goes upto ₱993,000 . Checkout Ertiga price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
Suzuki Ertiga Latest Updates
The current generation Suzuki Ertiga comes with improved reliability and fuel economy with an extended utility. The automaker has also paired the Ertiga with the HEARTECT platform, adding agility to the new model. Moreover, the model comes with a MacPherson suspension setup in the front and a torsion beam in the rear. Available with GA, GL, and GLX variants ranging from Php 738,000 – 993,000, Ertiga comes with the K15B 1.5L engine as standard across the lineup. The four-cylinder is capable of producing 103 hp of power and 138 Nm of torque.
Suzuki Ertiga Fuel Consumption
The Suzuki Ertiga 2020 Fuel Consumption is 16 to 18 kmpl.
|Gasoline||Manual / Automatic||18 Kmpl / 16 Kmpl|
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Suzuki Ertiga OverviewOne of the top-selling MPVs in various markets around the globe, the Suzuki Ertiga has been racking up some great sales figures for the Japanese automaker even in the Philippines. Building on the success, Suzuki introduced the next-generation model of the Ertiga back in 2019, and the MPV has continued to do well in the market. Available in four trim options, namely GA MT, GL MT, GL AT, and GLX AT, the Suzuki Ertiga starts at Php 743,000 for the entry-level GA - MT model and goes all the way up to Php 993,000 for the GLX - AT variant. Also, Suzuki offers the "Black Edition" models of all four variants, which are priced from Php 738,000 to Php 988,000. Filipino customers can have their Suzuki Ertiga in any of the Magma Gray Metallic, Cool Black Pearl Metallic, Silky Silver Metallic, Snow White Pearl, Radiant Pearl Red, and Burgundy Red Pearl color options.
Suzuki Ertiga InteriorJust as stylish and attractive the Suzuki Ertiga is from the outside, the MPV is equally spacious, comfortable, and feature-loaded from the inside. Thanks to the dimensions of 4,395 mm x 1,735 mm x 1,690 mm (length x width x height) and a wheelbase of 2,740 mm, the Suzuki Ertiga boasts a spacious cabin with ample headroom and legroom for all. Similar to the upcoming Suzuki XL7, the Ertiga features a boot space of 153 litres even with the third row up. Fold the third row, and you get 550 litres of boot space. On top of that, comfortable seats with sufficient cushioning make for comfortable ride quality. Speaking of the equipment present inside the Suzuki Ertiga, we get to see a sporty three-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel with audio controls, keyless entry with push-button start/stop, all-four power windows, woodgrain trims, automatic climate control with vents for the second & third row, ventilated cupholders, large 10-inch touchscreen infotainment system with four speakers, and many other comfort & convenience features.
Suzuki Ertiga ExteriorSuzuki claims, "Nobody will ever mistake the new stylish Ertiga", and that is true in every sense. Even though the next-gen Ertiga carries a bulky silhouette, the MPV manages to attract eyeballs thanks to a dynamic shoulder line, taller & wider nose, deeper curves, aerodynamic body, and refined chrome accents. Furthermore, the exterior of the Suzuki Ertiga flaunts stylish projector headlamps, 15-inch polished alloy wheels, uniquely designed fog lamp housings, large rear combination lamps with a conjoining chrome strip, electrically adjustable & retractable ORVMs, rear wiper, blacked-out B- & C-pillars, high-mount stop lamp, and chrome door handles. As a whole, the Suzuki Ertiga looks like a proper MPV that belongs to the year 2020.
Suzuki Ertiga Ride & HandlingAs we mentioned earlier, the Suzuki gets comfortable seats, which in turn, offer a pleasant seating to the occupants inside the MPV. Moving ahead, the Ertiga comes fitted with a suspension setup that comprises of MacPherson strut with coil spring at the front and torsion beam with coil spring at the rear. Suzuki has tuned this suspension setup on the softer side to offer an even more comfortable and relaxing ride quality. Then comes the electric power steering system (EPS), which alongside the MPV's monocoque frame, forms a grand combination and allow the driver to manoeuvre the MPV with ease.
Suzuki Ertiga Engine & Fuel ConsumptionAll four models of the Philippine-spec Suzuki Ertiga come housing the same engine, which is a 1.5-litre K15B DOHC 16 V with intake VVT engine. This petrol-fed powerhouse is capable of generating 103 hp of maximum power @ 6,000 rpm and a peak torque of 138 Nm @ 4,400 rpm. The ample power is then channelled to the front wheels via either a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic transmission depending on the variant you choose.
Suzuki Ertiga Braking & SafetyThe braking setup on the Suzuki Ertiga incorporates ventilated discs at the front and drums (leading and trailing) at the rear. On top of that, the MPV also gets some decent safety features like dual front SRS airbags, ABS with EBD, ISOFIX seat mounts, 3-point ELR seatbelts with pre-tensioners and force limiters, engine immobiliser, security alarm, and reverse parking sensors with a reverse camera.
Suzuki Ertiga VerdictIf an MPV that boasts ample comfort, potent powertrain, decent safety features, and an array of creature comforts, go no farther than your nearest Suzuki dealership and get your an Ertiga. However, if you want something similar in the form of an SUV, you may want to have a look at the Japanese automaker's XL7, which is based on the Ertiga itself. Well then, while there is no doubt about Ertiga's capabilities, Suzuki might have axed some of the sales of its Ertiga by introducing the XL7.