The Suzuki Ertiga Dreza gets purely cosmetic upgrades with no changes to the mechanicals while the interiors are upgraded with several new features.

Suzuki Ertiga Dreza
The front fascia gets a massive new grille giving a completely new look to the MPV

While the Ertiga was recently updated with a mid-life facelift inducing fresh new elements on the model, somebody at Suzuki Indonesia thought of introducing a more exclusive version of the MPV, which has led to the launch of the Ertiga Dreza in the South East Asian market. Based on the outgoing version, the Dreza can be identified by the comprehensively changed front fascia while the interiors are updated with additional features.

The new Suzuki Ertiga Dreza gets a remodelled front with a new and large grille extending up to the bumper finished with an abundance of chrome garnish while there are now LED DRLs in addition to fog lamps. Also new are the side sill guards, turbine-shape alloy wheels, revised rear bumper with some chrome finish and a rear spoiler. Further, you get a high mounted stop lamp and Dreza badging on the tailgate while the Indonesia spec Ertiga already comes with reflectors extending from the tail lights. The Dreza MPV in being offered in an exclusive Pearl Twilight shade.

Inside the cabin, the Suzuki Ertiga Dreza gets upgraded with a new 9-inch High Definition (HD) touchscreen infotainment system equipped with navigation and runs on Android 4.1. The dashboard retains the same layout but is now finished with wood inserts while the seats are upholstered in a dual-tone dark and light brown fabric. Standard safety bits include ABS with EBD, Keyless entry and immobiliser key on the model.

The Suzuki Ertiga Dreza gets purely cosmetic changes and the Indonesia spec model continues to draw power from the 1.4-litre K-Series petrol motor turned to produce 90 BHP and 130 Nm of torque, paired to a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Prices for the exclusive Ertiga Dreza start at 216.9 million Indonesian Rupiah (around Rs. 10.4 lakhs) for the base MT trim going up to 236.5 million Indonesian Rupiah (around Rs. 11.34 lakhs) for the range-topping Dreza GS AT variant. Maruti has no plans to introduce the Dreza in India but could showcase it at the upcoming Auto Expo.

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