2016 Proton Ertiga Archive

  • New Proton Ertiga MPV details revealed – a rebadged Suzuki, 1.4 litre MT/AT, EEV, four-star ASEAN NCAP

    Here it is, the Proton Ertiga. In what has been a very busy year for Proton, this is the fourth and final product launch for the national carmaker after the Perdana, Persona and Saga introductions in June, August and September respectively.

    The Ertiga name was confirmed earlier today in a teaser video by Proton, which means that not only is the MPV a straightforward rebadge of the Suzuki Ertiga (just like the Mazda VX-1), even the donor car’s name has been maintained. By the way, this will be the first ever Proton, whether homegrown or based on something else – to not have an original name. A Proton Ertiga R3 anyone?

    The Ertiga is a rebadged Suzuki Ertiga facelift, with knock down kits coming from Suzuki in Indonesia. Our ASEAN neighbour is the regional production hub for this model – Suzuki exports the Ertiga as a CBU model to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to the tune of 800 to 1,000 units per month, but this is its first CKD export order. The Japanese company expects orders of around 1,500 units per month from Proton, to be assembled in the under-utilised Tanjung Malim plant.

    The Ertiga is a three-row MPV for emerging markets. It first surfaced in India – a market where Maruti Suzuki is the market leader – back in 2012, before going on sale in MPV-dominated Indonesia. The facelifted version made its debut at last year’s Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2015 show, sporting minor exterior and interior revisions and an unchanged powertrain.

    The Ertiga is a three-row MPV that is capable of seating seven. However, in Malaysia it’s classified as a six-seater. This is because the donor Suzuki comes with a lap belt for the middle seat in the middle row, and lap belts (as opposed to the more protective three-point belt) aren’t good enough for Malaysian regulations. There, a six-seater three-row MPV in 2-2-2 formation.

    Sitting on a stretched Suzuki Swift platform, the Ertiga measures 4,265 mm long, 1,695 mm wide and 1,685 mm tall, with a wheelbase length of 2,740 mm. Compared to the MPV that it’s brought in to rival – the Perodua Alza – the Ertiga is 5 mm shorter but has a roofline that’s 65 mm higher. The Alza’s 2,750 mm wheelbase is 10 mm longer.

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    proton-ertiga-engine

    The Exora, which will continue to be sold, is significantly larger – 327 mm longer 114 mm wider and 6 mm taller – which means that there’s a place for both in the family. And of course, the homegrown effort is a seven-seater. Proton is now calling the Exora a C-segment MPV and the Ertiga a B-segment MPV.

    The chassis is par for the course – MacPherson struts for front suspension, a torsion beam at the back, front disc brakes, rear drum brakes and a 45-litre fuel tank. The EPS electric steering’s turning radius is 5.2 metres. It might also be worth noting the Ertiga’s 185 mm ground clearance, which is pretty high – 30 mm higher than both the Alza and Exora, and just 15 mm short of the gangly Avanza.

    Moving under the hood, we have a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS at 6,000 rpm and 130 Nm at 4,000 rpm. This is the familiar K14B unit with DOHC, VVT, timing chain and drive-by-wire throttle. It’s mated to a five-speed manual gearbox or an Aisin-sourced four-speed torque converter automatic. Zero to 100 km/h is completed in 11.8 seconds for the MT and 13.9 seconds for the AT. Proton quotes fuel consumption at a constant 90 km/h cruise, and it’s 5.7 l/100 km for the MT and 6.0 l/100 km for AT – good enough for EEV certification, the brand’s first.

    Theophilus Chin’s rendering of the Proton Ertiga in four colours; real deal looks very similar

    Three variants will be available – Executive MT, Executive AT and the top Executive Plus AT. As standard, the Ertiga comes with halogen headlamps (reflector type), front and rear foglamps, electrically-adjustable side mirrors, rear parking sensors (two eyes), rear wiper, 15-inch wheels with 185/65 GT Radial Champiro tyres and a full-size spare tyre. Four colours are on the plate – Ruby Red (the Perdana’s hero colour), Carnelian Brown (new on the Persona), Metal Grey (Saga) and Cotton White.

    Inside the MPV’s two-tone (light grey and beige seats) cabin, you’ll find middle row seats that are slidable within a 240 mm range. They are also 60:40 split-folding, with one-touch access to the third row, which split folds 50:50.

    There’s also an integrated CD/USB player with four speakers, ceiling-mounted rear air-con (with cooling coil and blower control) and 12V power sockets (one in front, one for the middle row). The Ertiga is a four-star ASEAN NCAP car and it comes with two front airbags, side impact beams, ABS with EBD and two Isofix anchors. No electronic stability control to be found, though, just like the original Suzuki.

    Move up to the Executive Plus AT, and Proton throws in chrome trim for the front foglamp housing, power foldable side mirrors, LED turn signals on the side mirrors, extra under bonnet insulation, audio controls on the steering wheel, two dashboard tweeters (to make it six speakers in total), a height adjuster for the driver’s seat, chrome inside door handles and pockets in the back of both front seats.

    Here’s the Ertiga’s spec list that we’ve compiled, in point form:

    Proton Ertiga 1.4 Executive MT/AT

    Engine, drivetrain
    1.4 litre K14B petrol engine
    92 PS at 6,000 rpm
    130 Nm at 4,000 rpm
    DOHC, variable valve timing with metal timing chain
    Multi-point Injection
    Drive-by-wire throttle
    Five-speed manual or four-speed torque convertor automatic (Aisin)
    0-100 km/h: 11.8 sec for MT, 13.9 sec for AT
    Fuel economy (at 90 km/h): 5.7 l/100 km for MT, 6.0 l/100 km for AT

    Chassis, suspension
    Stretched Suzuki Swift platform
    MacPherson struts front suspension
    Torsion beam rear suspension
    Front brake discs
    Rear drum brakes
    45-litre fuel tank
    Dimensions (length, width, height): 4,265 mm, 1,695 mm, 1,685 mm
    Wheelbase: 2,740 mm
    Weight: 1,175 kg for MT, 1,185 kg for AT
    Turning radius: 5.2 m
    Ground clearance: 185 mm

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    Exterior
    Reflector halogen headlamps
    Front and rear foglamps
    Bulb-type tail lights
    Chrome front grille
    Chrome rear garnish with red tail light extension bars
    Turn signal indicators on front fenders
    Electrically-adjustable side mirrors
    Remote control key fob
    15-inch alloy wheels with GT Radial Champiro Eco tyres (185/65R15)
    Full-size spare tyre
    Two rear parking sensors
    Rear window wiper
    Four colours: Ruby Red, Carnelian Brown, Metal Grey, Cotton White

    Interior
    Two-tone interior (light grey and beige)
    Polyurethane steering wheel
    Integrated head unit with CD, USB player
    Four speakers
    Back-lit instrument cluster with trip computer
    Manual air-con
    Ceiling-mounted rear air-con (with cooling coil and blower control)
    12V power sockets (1 front, 1 middle row)
    Six three-point seat belts (2-2-2)
    Beige fabric upholstery
    Middle row seats – Slidable (240 mm range), 60:40 split-folding, one-touch access to third row, centre armrest, two Isofix anchors
    Third row seats – 50:50 split-folding
    Under-floor storage compartment

    Safety
    Two front airbags
    ABS with EBD
    Side impact beams
    Four-star ASEAN NCAP crash safety rating

    Proton Ertiga 1.4 Executive Plus AT

    Adds on:
    Chrome trim on front foglamp housings
    Power-foldable side mirrors
    LED turn signals on side mirrors
    Under-bonnet insulation
    Audio controls on steering wheel
    Two dashboard tweeters (six speakers in total)
    Height-adjustable driver’s seat
    Chrome interior door handles
    Back-seat pockets on both front seats

    No estimated pricing yet, though. For that, we’ll have to wait for further announcement from Proton. We’ve had a short preview drive of the Ertiga at Proton’s Shah Alam track, and it’s coming up right after this.


    GALLERY: Indonesian-market Suzuki Ertiga

     
     
  • Proton Ertiga name confirmed for the rebadged Suzuki

    The name for Proton’s new MPV, which is set to be officially launched this month, has been confirmed as the Proton Ertiga. The Ertiga is a straight rebadge of the Suzuki Ertiga MPV that’s made in Indonesia (knocked down kits are exported to Proton from there), and so is the name. This marks the first time that a Proton is not born with an original name.

    The Ertiga name features in the teaser video above, which Proton has just put up. Starring Fazura, Zul Arifin, Zahirah McWilson and Aeril Zafril; the video is a continuation of the action movie-style video series produced by KRU Studios for the carmaker, as used for the Persona and Saga launches.

    Click to enlarge

    The front end of the Proton Ertiga is shown in full in the video, and it confirms that Proton’s new three-row MPV is based on the Suzuki Ertiga facelift that was launched in Indonesia last August. The Ertiga shares a platform with the Swift and has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm). It is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto in Indonesia, and there should be no technical changes.

    Suzuki Indomobil Sales expects orders of 1,500 units per month from Proton. The company exports the Ertiga as a CBU model to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to the tune of 800 to 1,000 units per month, but this is its first CKD export order.

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • SPYSHOTS: Basic-spec Proton Ertiga MPV on test?

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    Here another piece of the “Proton Ertiga” jigsaw that will be completed in October, when the Suzuki Ertiga-based MPV will be officially launched. This batch of pics, from readers Muhammad Mirza and Wilson Teoh, shows us a test mule that we’ve not seen before so far.

    Wearing a psychedelic mosaic camouflage, the test mule with the “B 2291 A” trade plate rides on steel wheels and does without the central rear fog lamp that we’ve seen so far. This could hint at an entry-level variant of the MPV with basic specs and a matching low price tag. The other unit seen in Wilson’s pics is as per what we’ve seen before.

    As before, the front end of the test mule appears to have the shapelier bumpers of the facelifted Ertiga that made its debut at last year’s GIIAS show in Indonesia. But we’re not sure if Proton’s Ertiga will be a straightforward rebadge job (ala government-use Accordana) or if there will be a minor face change involved.

    At the back, the rear bumper is from the pre-faclift Ertiga, so it could be Proton picking and choosing what it wants. The 15-inch alloys are from the current Ertiga.

    Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) expects bookings of 1,500 units per month from Proton. The company exports the Ertiga as a CBU model to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to the tune of 800 to 1,000 units per month, but this is its first CKD export order.

    SIS revealed in January that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from Q2 2016, at a rate of 1,500 units per month. Production of the kits will start from May, it was revealed then.

    In existence since 2012, the Ertiga was given a minor facelift last year. The seven-seater has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto.

    An Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment is also available in Indonesia and Thailand. There’s a Mazda-badged Ertiga in Indonesia too, the VX-1. Check out renderings of the “Proton Ertiga” as well as the original Suzuki MPV below.


    GALLERY: Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga renderings

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • SPYSHOTS: Proton Ertiga MPV spotted – Oct launch

    Proton Ertiga Spyshots August-04

    Here are more pics of the “Proton Ertiga” undergoing the final stages of testing. Final because it has been confirmed that the rebadged Suzuki Ertiga MPV will be launched in October, announced by Proton CEO Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali last month. The budget seven-seater will be the last of a “three launches in three months” blitz after the Persona (tomorrow) and Saga (September).

    This is our first view of the test mule’s front end, which appears to be from the facelifted Ertiga that made its debut at the GIIAS 2015 show in Indonesia. However, it is not known if Proton’s Ertiga will be a straightforward rebadge job (ala government-use Accordana) or if there will be a minor face change involved.

    At the back, the rear bumper with the central rear fog lamp and a shapelier “diffuser” area is from the pre-facelift car, so it could be Proton picking and choosing what it wants. The 15-inch wheels are from the current Ertiga.

    Things seem to be on track. Last month, Suzuki’s Indonesian arm that produces the Ertiga in Cikarang said that it is ready to fulfil Proton’s demand for the knocked down kits, and is just waiting for order confirmation from the Malaysian company, which should have happened by now.

    Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) expects bookings of 1,500 units per month from Proton. The company exports the Ertiga as a CBU model to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to the tune of 800 to 1,000 units per month, but this is its first CKD export order.

    SIS revealed in January that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from Q2 2016, at a rate of 1,500 units per month. Production of the kits will start from May, it was revealed then.

    In existence since 2012, the Ertiga was given a minor facelift last year. The seven-seater has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto.

    An Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment is also available in Indonesia and Thailand. There’s a Mazda-badged Ertiga in Indonesia too, the VX-1.

    Check out renderings of the “Proton Ertiga” as well as the original Suzuki MPV below.

    GALLERY: Spyshots of Proton testing the Ertiga in M’sia


    GALLERY: Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga renderings

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • ‘Proton Ertiga’ CKD kits ready for export to Malaysia

    Proton Ertiga facelift 01

    Not long now before Proton unveils a new MPV. The model in question is based on the Suzuki Ertiga, as confirmed last month by Proton CEO Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali, who added that the car will debut in October this year. “Proton Ertiga” test mules have been spotted roaming the country of late.

    There’s progress, as Suzuki’s Indonesian arm that produces the Ertiga in Cikarang is now ready to fulfil Proton’s demand for the knocked down kits, and is just waiting for order confirmation from the Malaysian company. That is expected to happen next week, Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) deputy MD Davy Jeffry Tuilan told KompasOtomotif on Tuesday.

    SIS expects bookings of 1,500 units per month from Proton. The company exports the Ertiga as a CBU model to the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam to the tune of 800 to 1,000 units per month, but this is its first CKD export order.

    SIS revealed in January that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from Q2 2016, at a rate of 1,500 units per month. Production of the kits will start from May, it was revealed then. Proton officially announced in January that the first Proton-Suzuki joint model will enter production before the end of 2016.

    In existence since 2012, the Ertiga was given a minor facelift last year. The test mule in camo is wearing the pre-facelift bumper, which has a central rear fog lamp and a shapelier “diffuser” area. The 15-inch wheels, which are paired with GT Radial tyres, are from the facelifted car, though. We’ve not yet seen the front, so it’s not clear if the MPV has already undergone “Protonisation”.

    The seven-seat Ertiga has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto. An Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment is also available in Indonesia and Thailand. There’s a Mazda-badged Ertiga in Indonesia too, the VX-1.

    Check out renderings of the “Proton Ertiga” as well as the original Suzuki MPV below.

    GALLERY: Spyshots of Proton testing the Ertiga in M’sia


    GALLERY: Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga renderings

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • First Proton-Suzuki model to debut in Oct – Ertiga MPV

    Proton Ahmad Fuaad Kenali

    Proton CEO Datuk Ahmad Fuaad Kenali has confirmed that the first Proton-Suzuki model will debut in October this year. He was speaking to reporters after the launch of the new Proton Perdana in Putrajaya this morning.

    The Proton boss also mentions the exact model that the company will rebadge, and, as expected, it’s the Suzuki Ertiga MPV. A taped-up Ertiga with Proton’s trade plate has been spotted roaming in Malaysia lately, and Suzuki’s Indonesian arm – which produces the Ertiga – said in January that the MPV will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from Q2 2016, at a rate of 1,500 units per month.

    Production of the CKD kits headed for Malaysia will start at Suzuki’s factory in Cikarang, Indonesia from May, it was revealed then. Proton officially announced in January that the first Proton-Suzuki joint model will enter production before the end of 2016, so things are on schedule.

    In existence since 2012, the Ertiga was given a minor facelift last year. The test mule in camo is wearing the pre-facelift bumper, which has a central rear fog lamp and a shapelier “diffuser” area. The 15-inch wheels, which are paired with GT Radial tyres, are from the facelifted car, though. We’ve not yet seen the front, so it’s not clear if the MPV has already undergone “Protonisation”.

    The seven-seat Ertiga has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto. An Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment is also available in Indonesia and Thailand. There’s a Mazda-badged Ertiga in Indonesia too, the VX-1.

    Check out renderings of the “Proton Ertiga” as well as the original Suzuki MPV below.


    GALLERY: Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga renderings

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • SPYSHOTS: More pics of Proton’s Suzuki Ertiga MPV

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    Last week, we showed you the first spyshots of Proton testing the Suzuki Ertiga in Malaysia. Aside from the three-row MPV’s profile and unique shape of its tail lamp cluster, we knew it was Proton as it’s the owner of the “B 458 A” trade plate used by the taped-up mule.

    Here are more shots of the same Ertiga unit racking up some miles in Malaysia. The pattern and the spots of the disguise are identical to last week’s car, but it appears that Proton has added new swirl stickers to the rear lamp area, the part that we immediately recognised from the Suzuki MPV. The Ertiga’s beige cabin is also seen in today’s pics.

    In January, the Suzuki Ertiga was confirmed as one of the models that will be rebadged as a Proton. News reports from Indonesia quoted local Suzuki arm PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) saying that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from Q2 2016, at a volume of 1,500 units per month.

    Proton has added swirl stickers to the Ertiga’s rear lamp cluster (left) to hide the wraparound shape (right)

    Production of the CKD kits headed for Malaysia will start at SIS’ factory in Cikarang from May 2016, it was revealed then. Proton officially announced in January that the first Proton-Suzuki joint model will enter production before the end of 2016.

    In existence since 2012, the Ertiga was given a minor facelift last year. This test mule wears the pre-facelift bumper, which has a central rear fog lamp and a shapelier “diffuser” area. The 15-inch wheels, which are paired with GT Radial tyres, are from the facelifted car, though. With no front shot, it’s not clear if this mule has already undergone “Protonisation”.

    The seven-seat Ertiga has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2,750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed auto. An Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment is also available in Indonesia and Thailand. There’s a Mazda-badged Ertiga in Indonesia too, the VX-1.

    Check out renderings of the “Proton Ertiga” as well as the original Suzuki MPV below.


    GALLERY: Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga renderings

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga MPV rendered, 3 versions

    Proton Ertiga facelift 01

    Now that it has been confirmed that there will be a Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga, we commissioned rendering whiz Theophilus Chin to come up with renderings of the “Proton Ertiga”. The tiger-badged MPV won’t be called Ertiga, of course, and there’s a chance of Proton giving the donor car a different face, so this serves as merely an idea of what to expect.

    Theo delivered three sets with Proton badges – one of the original Ertiga that surfaced in 2012, one based on the facelifted version that debut at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2015 show in August 2015, and another of the range topping Ertiga Dreza (below left), which has a completely different (and rather bizarre) face from the standard car.

    Also included is a pic of the Ertiga’s Swift-style dashboard with Proton’s emblem on the steering boss. What do you think? Should the national car company just keep it simple as seen here, or should a “more Proton face” be used?

    The confirmation of the Ertiga as a fruit of Proton’s collaboration with Suzuki came earlier today from Indonesia. News reports from the republic quoted local Suzuki arm PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) saying that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from the second quarter of 2016.

    SIS will export 1,500 units of the Ertiga to Proton per month, which translates to a significant 18,000 units per year. Production of the knocked down kits headed for Malaysia will start at SIS’ factory in Cikarang from May this year. Proton had previously announced that the first Proton-Suzuki joint model will enter production before the end of 2016.

    Proton Ertiga Interior

    Presently, Suzuki exports the Ertiga from Indonesia to various Asean countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Brunei in CBU form. However, exports to the four markets are at the rate of 400 units per month combined, which pales in comparison to the Proton deal. Suzuki also produces the Mazda VX-1, a rebadged Ertiga, for the Indonesian market.

    The Suzuki Ertiga is a three-row, seven-seater MPV that shares a platform with the Swift and SX4. Its 2,740 mm wheelbase is competitive with the Perodua Alza’s 2,750 mm and the Proton Exora’s 2,730 mm.

    In Indonesia, the Ertiga – which competes in the Low-MPV segment against the market-leading Toyota Avanza and Honda Mobilio – is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque, and the K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed automatic gearbox.


    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga Facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
  • Proton-badged Suzuki Ertiga MPV confirmed – CKD kits to come from Indonesia, beginning Q2 2016

    GIIAS Suzuki Ertiga Facelift 1

    The Suzuki Ertiga has been confirmed as one of the models that will be rebadged as a Proton under the national carmaker’s collaboration with Suzuki. News reports from Indonesia quote local Suzuki arm PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) saying that the Ertiga will be exported to Malaysia in knocked down form, from the second quarter of 2016.

    “This is the result of the collaboration between Suzuki and Proton, which Osamu Suzuki (president of Suzuki Motor Corp, Japan) announced last year,” deputy MD of SIS Davy Jeffry Tuilan told Kompas Otomotif yesterday night.

    He added that SIS will export 1,500 units of the Ertiga to Proton per month, which translates to a significant 18,000 units per year, doubling Suzuki Indonesia’s value of exports from Rp 2 trillion to Rp 4 trillion. Production of the knocked down kits headed for Malaysia will start at SIS’ factory in Cikarang from May this year. Proton has officially announced that the first Proton-Suzuki joint model will enter production before the end of 2016.

    GIIAS Suzuki Ertiga Facelift 7

    Presently, Suzuki exports the Ertiga from Indonesia to various Asean countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam and Brunei in CBU form. However, exports to the four markets are at the rate of 400 units per month combined, which pales in comparison to the Proton deal. Suzuki also produces the Mazda VX-1, a rebadged Ertiga, for the Indonesian market.

    The Suzuki Ertiga first appeared in India in 2012, before the three-row, seven-seater MPV started production in Indonesia. It has a 2,740 mm wheelbase (Perodua Alza 2.750 mm, Proton Exora 2,730 mm) and is powered by a 1.4 litre engine with 92 PS and 130 Nm of torque. The K14B motor is paired to a five-speed manual and four-speed automatic gearbox.

    A facelifted Ertiga appeared at the Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show (GIIAS) 2015 show in August 2015, and in December, Suzuki rolled out a range topping Ertiga Dreza variant with a unique face and more equipment.

    GALLERY: Suzuki Ertiga Facelift at GIIAS 2015

     
     
 

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