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Maruti Brezza

The Maruti Brezza is a SUV car with a seating capacity of five people. It is available in India at a price range of Rs. 8.29 Lakh to 14.14 Lakh . There are fifteen different variants of the Brezza and it comes in ten different colours. Maruti Brezza is offered with petrol engine only with CNG option. The boot space of the Brezza is 328 litres. The petrol engine has a displacement of 1462cc and produces 101.65bhp of power and a torque of 136.8nm while on CNG it produces 101.65bhp@6000rpm of power and a torque of 136.8nm@4400rpm. The Brezza is available with both manual and automatic transmission options. The mileage of Brezza varies from 17.38 Kmpl on petrol to 25.51km/kg on cng.
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Maruti Brezza Specifications

Engine 1462 CC Mileage 17.38 Kmpl - 25.51 Km/Kg Transmission Manual / Automatic
Fuel Type Petrol / CNG Max Power 101.65bhp@6000rpm Seating Capacity 5
Body Type SUV

Maruti Brezza Features

  • Airbags (Driver, Passenger and Side Front)
  • Adjustable Front Passenger Seat
  • ABS
  • AC
  • Central Locking
  • Power Steering
  • Max Torque (136.8Nm@4400rpm)
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Maruti Brezza Car Latest Updates

The Maruti Brezza is now available in a new Pearl Midnight Black paint shade. Exclusive to the ZXI and ZXI+ trim levels, the black colour is a cool new look for the SUV, and it’s also available on the top-spec CNG variant, the Brezza ZXI CNG.

The new colour will also be available with the Alto K10, S-Presso, Celerio, Wagon R, Swift, Dzire and Ertiga.

Previously, Maruti Suzuki had launched the CNG variants of the Brezza, with prices starting from Rs 9.14 lakh (ex-showroom). The eco-friendly powertrain is offered in the Brezza’s first three trims – LXI, VXI and ZXI – and commands a Rs 95,000 premium over the petrol-only model. With the launch of the CNG powertrain, the Brezza becomes the first sub-4 metre SUV in its segment to get this option.

Maruti Brezza Engine

The Brezza is offered with a 1.5-litre petrol engine putting out 103PS and 137Nm. If you opt for the CNG variant, then this engine puts out 87.8PS and 121.5Nm when you’re driving around in CNG mode. A 5-speed manual is offered as standard while the petrol-only model gets the option of a 6-speed torque converter automatic. In terms of fuel efficiency, the Brezza returns claimed mileage of 20.15kmpl and 19.8kmpl for the manual and automatic variants, respectively. Meanwhile, the CNG model claims to deliver 25.51km/kg.

Maruti Brezza Variants

The 2022 Maruti Brezza can be had in four trims: LXi, VXi, ZXi and ZXi+.

It gets six shade options: Pearl Arctic White, Splendid Silver, Magma Grey, Sizzling Red, Exuberant Blue, and Brave Khaki.The top spec ZXi and ZXi+ trims are also available in dual tone options: Red and silver with black roof, and khaki shade with a white roof.

The CNG option in the Brezza is offered in LXI, VXI and ZXI trims.

Key Features of Maruti Brezza

Features like wireless phone charging, paddle shifters (AT variants), electric sunroof, head-up display, ambient lighting, and a 360-degree camera are the new additions in the 2022 Maruti Suzuki Brezza. The 9-inch infotainment system from the Baleno is offered in the higher trims. It also gets turn-by-turn navigation for the heads-up display and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Its safety features comprises up to six airbags and an electronic stability program.

Maruti Brezza Competitors

The new-gen Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza takes the fight to the Nissan Magnite, Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue, Honda WR-V, Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300 and the Renault Kiger.
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Maruti Brezza Price

The price of Maruti Brezza in India starts from Rs. 8.29 Lakh while the Brezza top model price goes upto Rs. 14.14 Lakh. Brezza comes in 15 variants with 10 colour options. while the Brezza petrol top model is priced at Rs. 14.14 Lakh. The prices of Brezza CNG models start at Rs. 9.24 Lakh and the top CNG model is priced at Rs. 12.15 Lakh. Brezza automatic model price starts from Rs. 11.14 Lakh and is available in 4 options.

Brezza Price List (Variants)

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  • CNG

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  • Automatic


Brezza Lxi

17.38 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
Rs. 8.29 Lakh
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Brezza Lxi CNG

25.51 Km/Kg . CNG . Manual
Rs. 9.24 Lakh
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Brezza Vxi

17.38 Kmpl . Petrol . Manual
Rs. 9.64 Lakh
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Maruti Brezza Pros and Cons

  • Brezza Advantages

    Boxy upright design gets a modern and premium makeover. Slick and well-thought-out features are useful and pleasing to use. More safety features like six airbags and ESC are standard. Spacious cabin and confident on-road behaviour make it a great all-rounder for the family.

  • Brezza Disadvantages

    Some dashboard plastics look tacky and dampen the cabin’s premium quotient. No headrest for the middle occupant in second row. The price for higher variants makes the Brezza quite expensive.

  • Expert's Conclusion

    The new Brezza adds premiumness and appeal while retaining the practicality and versatility that made its predecessor a dependable pick.

Maruti Brezza Expert Review

Cool and desirable – when was the last time you called the Maruti Suzuki Brezza that? Surely, you haven't done so in the last couple of years, have you? That is, ever since the sub-4m SUV segment exploded with newer, stylish, and better equipped rivals. But the Brezza was strong on sensibility and the first-gen’s family-friendly and well-rounded abilities allowed it to rack up over 10k in sales month after month even towards the end of its lifecycle! Enter the second-generation Brezza, which is here to overwrite and incept some new thoughts. Its premiumness and desirability is here to woo you over. Does the Maruti live up to its promise?



New Brezza Manual

Old Brezza 



Rs 7.99 lakh

Rs 7.84 lakh



Rs 9.47 lakh

Rs 8.92 lakh

Rs 55,000


Rs 10.97 lakh

Rs 10.12 lakh

Rs 85,000

Note: VXI gets touchscreen infotainment now; AT is 6-speed, vs 4-speed earlier

The Brezza’s price increase for the entry level model won’t trouble buyers, especially when you consider what you get for that money. For starters, it packs the K15C engine which uses dual injectors per cylinder, which increases efficiency but also makes it a bit more expensive. The chassis too has been uprated with more high strength steel, making this GNCAP rated 4-star car even more robust. Along with that, the Brezza also gets more safety technology, like ESC, as standard from the base variant.


New Brezza 

Old Brezza 



Rs 10.87 lakh

Rs 9.68 lakh

Rs1.19 Lakh


Rs 12.37 lakh

Rs 10.88 lakh

Rs1.49 Lakh

ZXI + (MT)

Rs 12.30 lakh

Rs 9.98 lakh

Rs 2.32 Lakh

ZXI + (AT)

Rs 13.80 lakh

Rs 11.33 lakh

Rs 2.47 Lakh

Note: Rs 16,000 extra for dual-tone variants 

Look at the other end of the Brezza's price range and you’ll realise it has become the most expensive sub-4m SUV now! The additional price gets you a new six-speed automatic gearbox, compared to the 4-speeder earlier, and you get many more wow features like a sunroof and a heads-up display. More safety features like six airbags are also on offer. So, the Brezza ends up justifying a lot of the additional asking price, but it still feels like it's charging a bit of a premium. 


In the last couple of years, the Brezza had started to look quite staid, so the second gen's arrival is very welcome. What’s also very welcome is that the essential shape of the Brezza, square and upright, remains unchanged. It has a more modern feel layered atop it now which makes the Brezza quite attractive in our books. The face gets all lighting elements in LED, be it the projector headlamps, the DRLs, or the fog lamps. The four-pod headlamp design with the DRLs snaking under them looks technical and cool. 

The lines for the clamshell hood, the grille as it stretches outwards and even the bumper are cleaner and work to emphasize the width of the package. The added presence and premiumness is impressive considering that the dimensions are the same as before. The use of the same 5th Gen Tect platform from Europe keeps its stance unchanged, but every panel that skins it is different. 

Dimensions: New vs Old


2022 Brezza

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Note: Only the overall height has changed, by about 50 millimeters, and that's because of the shark fin antenna.

The perfect angle to appreciate  the Brezza from is the rear three-quarters. From here you can appreciate the seamless flow of the shoulder line into the tailgate; there is the handsome tail lamp wrapping around the flank; all of it showing a fluidity of design which adds sophistication and subtly emphasises the width of the vehicle. 

Overall, it seems like Suzuki has created something that will appeal to more people (youngsters too), without putting anyone off. But is it cool? We think it's cool enough.


The Brezza’s cabin has transformed! The older gen's cabin was functional, but the texture and the quality of plastics in some places made it feel tacky. The new generation Brezza, though, uses the right textures, there’s a chunky silver trim to give it a more upmarket look and the design looks more modern. Soft-touch materials on the armrest, and fabric on the door pads uplift the experience. The handsome steering wheel also bump up the satisfaction levels here. 

However, when compared to the Kia Sonet, which sets the benchmark for premiumness in this segment, the Brezzza still lags behind. Even the Hyundai Venue’s consistency of quality and finish, despite its simple design, give it an advantage. The Brezza has some notable misses, like the finish and the quality of the crash pad; rough edges, and a dull chocolatey shade make it feel far from satisfying. Now, while the chunky silver trim on the driver’s side of the centre console might look strange, it is clearly to open up space for the driver's left leg. Typically, practical!  

Practicality has been the core of the Brezza, and it's no different now with the second generation. The rear seat is pretty much unchanged, and the wide cabin makes it a practical family vehicle. There’s enough headroom and kneeroom here to accommodate six-footers.  However, if you were sitting three abreast, keep in mind that there is no headrest for the middle passenger and of course, you only get a lap belt. Firmer cushioning would have made the seats more comfortable for longer journeys and leatherette upholstery would have made them look more premium. 


The Brezza has also made a step up in terms of the goodies that can help a vehicle get into the consideration set of more buyers. For starters, it is the very first Maruti to pack an electric sunroof! Its heads-up display, despite being borrowed from the Baleno, is a segment-first. Its multiple layouts show you from the basic speed, revs and even the hybrid functioning. Even the 9” Pro+ touchscreen infotainment system on the top end variant is borrowed from the Baleno and XL6. There’s nothing to complain about as the system is bright, crisp and responsive. The integrated features, such as the 360 degree camera, is clear and crisp and it also gets dynamic bending lines for the reversing camera. The UI is easily customisable with just “drag-and-drop” and you can even customise the welcome message that is said at start-up! 

The Brezza also gets a wireless charger for your smartphone, although the Android Auto and Apple CarPlay aren’t wireless compatible yet. It also has single-colour ambient lighting and connected car tech. As before there are the usual auto headlamps and wipers. On the whole it’s loaded. In the second row the only features are the rear aircon vents and two USB fast-charging ports. So the real misses on the Brezza are ventilated seats and leatherette upholstery, both of which are available on the nearly as expensive but larger XL6. Strange.

Engines & Performance

An air of practicality emanates from under the Brezza’s hood. The dual jet technology equipped engine has become more efficient. Maruti claims a fuel efficiency of over 20 kilometres per litre, which means a 20 percent improvement for the manual variant. 

Fuel efficiency: Manual (Claimed) 


New Brezza

Old Brezza







The smart hybrid system is very helpful at city speeds, filling in the torque when required. The working of the system is more transparent now as the animation on the driver’s MID, HUD and the infotainment screen shows you when the electric juice is flowing to the wheels or back to the battery pack when coasting. The torque fill happens at low and even at high speeds, depending on the throttle input.

Engine Specs:


New Brezza

Old Brezza










As a result, city commuting, if attacked with a calm head, will demand minimal gear changes as the engine can pull from 20kmph even in 4th gear! And the clutch is light too. At highway speeds the Brezza gets to 100kmph comfortably, but the engine is revving at a slightly high 2900rpm. However, the cabin feels fairly well insulated and the hum from the engine didn’t feel tiresome. 

Fuel efficiency: Automatic (Claimed) 


New Brezza

Old Brezza


6-speed, torque converter

4-speed, torque converter




Surprisingly, the automatic, a new six-speed unit that replaces the four-speeder, does better on this front. This unit chills at 100kmph with the engine ticking over at 2000rpm. The fuel efficiency hasn't changed dramatically but the responsiveness at lower speeds has. Sure, it isn't a cool sounding dual-clutch, but it does feel smooth and eager. Gentle throttle inputs are needed to inform the gearbox to stay in the same gear while changing pace. Just a hint of eagerness on the throttle and the ‘box shifts down and sends you zipping ahead faster than anticipated. What makes the automatic just a bit cooler and more involving of course are the paddle shifters. Tapping a paddle sends the gearbox's brain into manual mode temporarily, and lets you hold a gear even as you rev it up to the redline. 

Driving Impression

When revved up the engine sounds good, however, it doesn't pull as hard as you would have liked or expected. Basically, it is best enjoyed driven in an easy going manner. It isn't exciting, and you wish it was because of just how capable the chassis is. Push it around corners and you realize just how much grip is on offer. So, if it had a bit more zing, it would be so much cooler.

The exciting handling has never come at the price of comfort. The Brezza rode well and was confident at high speeds too. The spring rates on this second generation have been tweaked to account for the increase in weight. On the road, it feels pretty much the same except maybe a bit more pliant and sophisticated. 


So the second generation Brezza is holding on to the best of the previous generation in the way it looks, in the way it treats its occupants, and in the way it rides and drives on the road. The familiar engine is more versatile now, be it for the city or the highway, especially considering the convenience of the six-speed automatic. The desirability factor has been bumped up massively with its new features, its new design and the richer cabin experience. 

Could it have done things better? For sure. The dashboard should have looked more premium and the features list, as always, could have been a bit longer. But that would have pushed the already premium pricing of the Brezza into the dangerously expensive territory. So, is the second generation Brezza cool and desirable? We would say it's cool and dependable.

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Maruti Brezza User Reviews

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  • Very good car. The engine,

    Very good car.The engine, Interiors and the overall performance is very much satisfying.

  • Sufficient space

    Attractive model, Sufficient space, Cool driving, Looking smart, Price range is also good, Comfortable seating.Avarage is also goodover-all a good vehicle for middle and upper middle class people.

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    Family commute

    It's a very good car for family commute.Milage is 17 in highway and 13 in city.

  • The modern design turned heads

    Maruti Brezza: Navigating through the cosmopolitan streets of Mumbai in the Maruti Brezza has been a practical journey. The compact size made zipping through Bandra's traffic a breeze, and the efficient fuel consumption was appreciated during drives to Marine Drive. The modern design turned heads near Worli Sea Face, and the practical features aligned perfectly with the city's needs. Whether it's city commutes or enjoying the city's coastal beauty, the Maruti Brezza offers a harmonious blend of convenience and style for Mumbaikars captivated by the city's allure.

  • Maruti Brezza: A reliable and practical SUV

    The Maruti Brezza offers a fantastic experience with its impressive mileage, comfort, and ride quality. The Brezza's fuel efficiency is exceptional, making it a cost-effective choice for daily commutes and long journeys. Inside the cabin, there is ample space, providing a comfortable ride for all passengers. The seats are well-cushioned and offer good support, ensuring a pleasant journey even on bumpy roads. The suspension system of the Brezza handles road imperfections quite well, resulting in a smooth and comfortable ride quality. Overall, the Maruti Brezza is a reliable and practical SUV, offering excellent mileage, comfort, and a delightful ride experience.

  • offers a fostering and nimble driving!

    The main factor in my enjoyment of this model is her capacity for emotional paying. The Maruti Brezza has cemented its place as a prized option for me with its commanding presence and exquisite features. It's the perfect vehicle for navigating the roads since it offers a significant and sophisticated driving experience. The Brezza's commodious innards and effective use of emotional energy have made a long- lasting print on me. With this little SUV, Maruti has successfully amalgamated power and refinement, and I respect its design since it offers a fostering and nimble driving!

  • a protean and commanding drive!

    This model's emotional capability to give is the crucial reason for my relish. The Maruti Brezza's dominant presence and elegant features have solidified its position as a cherished choice for me. Its provision of a important and refined driving experience makes it ideal for conquering the roads. The Brezza's emotional energy effectiveness and commodious innards have left a lasting print on me. Maruti has truly combined dominance and fineness with this compact SUV, and I appreciate this model for the fact that it provides a protean and commanding drive!


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Maruti Brezza Colours

Maruti Suzuki Brezza in India is available in 10 different and exciting colours, Brezza colours options available in markets are - Pearl Midnight Black, Splendid Silver With Midnight Black Roof, Splendid Silver, Sizzling Red, Brave Khaki With Pearl Arctic White, Pearl Arctic White, Magma Grey, Exuberant Blue, Brave Khaki and Sizzling Red With Midnight Black Roof.
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Maruti Brezza Mileage

The mileage of Maruti Brezza starts from 17.38 Kmpl to 25.51 Km/Kg. The claimed ARAI mileage of Brezza Petrol Manual is 17.38 Kmpl. In Automatic the claimed ARAI mileage of Brezza Petrol is 19.8 Kmpl. In CNG the claimed ARAI mileage of Brezza Manual is 25.51 Km/Kg.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed
CNG Manual 25.51 Km/Kg
Petrol Automatic 19.8 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 17.38 Kmpl

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Brezza

Q. Which car is good Maruti Brezza or Tata Punch?
  • Both cars are good in their own forte. The Maruti Suzuki Brezza maintenance the strong fundamentals of space, practicality, and comfort but now gets a stronger tech package, more safety features, and a better automatic transmission. But, it should’ve offered superior interior quality and more exciting drive options. On the other hand, Tata Punch is good for city commutes but out on the highway, it lacks outright power which stops it from being versatile. Other than that it is hard to flaw this impressive car. It is spacious and comfortable, it is pretty well loaded and thanks to the option packs, even the lower variants can be customized to your requirements. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Q. Which car is better in Maruti Brezza or Kia Sonet?
  • Both cars are amazing in their own forte. The Maruti Suzuki Brezza maintains the strong fundamentals of space, practicality, and comfort but now gets a stronger tech package, more safety features, and a better automatic transmission. But, it should’ve offered superior interior quality and more exciting drive options. On the other hand, Kia Sonet looks curvy and powerful. Lots of variants to choose from and proper automatics too. Like the Seltos the interiors don't disappoint. The new update brings four airbags and TPMS as standard. Six airbags are now available on more models too. Some premium features and transmissions have also trickled down to lower variants. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city and brand accordingly for dealership details.
Q. What is the difference between Honda Amaze and Maruti Brezza?
  • Both cars are good in their own forte. the Honda Amaze scores well in most departments: - a punchy diesel motor, sedan-like comfort, and a well-loaded practical cabin. The weak link has to be its petrol engine, which is extremely refined and just about acceptable for city commutes but not for spirited driving. On the other hand, The Maruti Suzuki Brezza maintenance the strong fundamentals of space, practicality, and comfort but now gets a stronger tech package, more safety features, and a better automatic transmission. But, it should’ve offered superior interior quality and more exciting drive options. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test drive before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Q. What is the CSD price of the Maruti Brezza?
  • The exact information regarding the CSD prices of the car can be only available at the authorized dealerships. We would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized dealership for further information. Click on the given link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Q. What is the fuel type of Maruti Brezza?
  • Petrol is the fuel type of Maruti Brezza.
Q. Is Maruti Brezza available in Jaipur?
  • For the availability, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealer in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
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Maruti Brezza FAQs

What is the price of the top variant of Maruti Suzuki Brezza?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Suzuki Brezza is 14.14 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti Suzuki Brezza?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Suzuki Brezza is 19.8 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Brezza.

What is the EMI of Maruti Suzuki Brezza in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Suzuki Brezza in Delhi is Rs. 16,037 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti Suzuki Brezza?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti Suzuki Brezza are Kia Sonet, Tata Nexon and Maruti Grand Vitara.

What is the boot space in Maruti Suzuki Brezza?

The boot space in Maruti Suzuki Brezza is 328 L. View full specification of Brezza

What are the best financing options for Maruti Suzuki Brezza?

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