Suzuki Trims Ertiga MPV Range Down to 3 Models, Offers High Specification Including ESP as Standard

Suzuki Trims Ertiga MPV Range Down to 3 Models, Offers High Specification Including ESP as Standard

  • Suzuki's Ertiga has received a substantial refresh to its line-up with three models available of the MPV
  • The luxury GLX model has been removed as Suzuki saw that it didn't make sense as it wasn't a big seller
  • On the safety front, Electronic Stability Control is now standard across the range, as well as electric windows, power steering, air conditioning with front ventilated cup holders, central locking

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Suzuki's MPV, the Ertiga, has been whittled down to three models for a better-specified line-up, the carmaker says. The range also receives an additional safety kit.

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The Suzuki Ertiga offers more standard kit and safety equipment. Image: MotorPress
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The Japanese carmaker has opted to delete the GLX flagship model and whittle the offering down to three models for 2022. The entry-level GA is offered with a five-speed manual gearbox only, and the GL in either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic remains on sale.

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The MPV is powered by a 1.5-litre petrol engine with 77kW and 138Nm, MotorPress reports.

The newer standard kit sees the entry-level GA model fitted with Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and rear parking sensors as standard.

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Moving on up, the GL range has new cosmetic touches such as 15-inch alloy wheels and chrome detailing on the front grille. Step inside and the first thing one notices is the seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The new flagship GL also has hill hold control on the four-speed automatic derivative.

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The new Baleno launches at a time when the Japanese brand will look to take advantage of its place in the market and in consumers' minds. The second-generation Baleno is available in GL and GLX trim with the big news being the larger 1.5-litre engine now powering the hatchback. Powe is quoted at 77kW and 138Nm.

As before, a five-speed manual and four-speed, automatic will be available, the latter has an R20 000 premium over the self-shifter. Cosmetically the latest model features new front and rear styling with chrome detailing the signifier from the front and a redesigned interior.

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