Suzuki Indonesia has just launched the Ertiga Dreza at prices starting from RP 216,900,000 (Rs 10.41 lakh). Two versions called the Dreza and the Dreza GS have been introduced and both will be available with a manual and an automatic transmission.
Sources revealed that the Ertiga Dreza has been positioned as a range-topper to the existing Ertiga line-up. The front end gets a bold new grille and this is what largely makes it stand out from the regular Ertiga. Redesigned front and rear bumpers have added 60mm to the length of the new Dreza. In addition to this, you will see some serious chrome accents, LED daytime running lights, new fog lamp bezels and a fresh alloy wheel design. Suzuki has also given the Dreza a side sill garnish, new spoiler with a high mount stop lamp and a unique Dreza badge.
Changes on the inside include the addition of dashboard fitted tweeters, a two-tone brown shade on the seat fabric and wood has been used on the door pads and instrument cluster. Suzuki has wisely added ABS and EBD as standard on all the Dreza versions. So, what’s different about the Dreza GS then? Well, to start with there’s a nine-inch (touchscreen) audio video navigation system (AVN) with Android and iOS compatibility. Buyers also get a side sill garnish, rear bumper garnish and rear door garnish, all finished in chrome.
New paint shades are now available on the Dreza; cool black, graphite grey and pearl snow white. There’s a unique colour specifically available only on the Dreza GS called pearl twilight violet.