Like we mentioned at the very start, don’t consider the Ertiga if you are looking for a genuine seven seater, you won’t be very happy. The Ertiga, nonetheless, much like the Honda Jazz is a very practical and flexible car to own. It might not look great and the look and feel of its interiors might not live up to its suggested price tag, but you can still use it as an everyday commute option; even as a chauffeur driven one. You can have it as the only family car too, and with its decently large luggage space with the last row folded, use it for driving holidays too. Clearly then, there are more reasons to buy the Ertiga than not to consider it. Also, the Ertiga will be sold in three versions for each engine option. The L versions (read Lxi and Ldi) are quite poorly equipped for the price these would come for. The Z versions are well equipped but it is the V version (Vxi and Vdi) that make the most sense, especially since you can have these with ABS.