The first-gen Maruti Suzuki Ertiga was a sensible car. It was compact yet could seat seven people. It was priced attractively but never felt made-to-a-budget. It had its fair share of shortcomings too: limited boot space and cramped third row being the most prominent ones. But were these real deal-breakers? Or was it the fact that it looked like a vehicle that a lot of us didn’t want to be seen driving?