IIMS 2018: Consumers Can Swap to Add Older Ertiga with New Ertiga

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Sunday, April 22 2018 - 22:01 IWST

All New Suzuki Ertiga
All New Suzuki Ertiga

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) provides an interesting program for owners of the old model Ertiga. The program is an old Ertiga exchange with the new All New Suzuki Ertiga model during the 2018 IIMS exhibition which runs from 19 to 29 April.

The current trade-in program we provide for owners of the old Ertiga Suzuki. If you want to have a new Suzuki Ertiga can follow the guidance in Suzuki booth in IIMS 2018 event, said Randy Rezki M as Head of Brand Development and Marketing Research PT SIS.

New Suzuki Ertiga is longer, wider and taller. This can be seen from the overall length reached 4,395 mm, width 1735 mm, and height 1690 mm. The curvature of the side body also changes with a more firm line. Accompanied by modern sidewalls and new design wheels 185/65 R15. In the door handle presented chrome version so that gives the impression of elegance.

Increasing the dimensions and width of the All New Ertiga intended to add comfort and comfort of the cabin space for passengers capable of being loaded as many as 7 people. The interior design changes significantly, especially in the front cabin.

When entering the cabin, the driver will be greeted by a more luxurious design wheel circumference, which gets wooden panel accents on the bottom half. Steering wheel while still equipped with audio control buttons, now equipped with Bluetooth handsfree button for mobile.

Suzuki relies on a 1500cc DOHC VVT engine coded K15B for All New Ertiga, which claimed more powerful and fuel efficient. This machine even claimed to have met the Euro4 standardization. Power 103 hp and 138 Nm of torque can be enjoyed via the option of 5-speed manual transmission or 4-speed automatic with O / D or overdrive function. The machine itself has a compression ratio of 10.5: 1.
 

for the price, All New Ertiga marketed from Rp 200 million to Rp 241 million.

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