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Rs. 7.24 to 9.91 lakh
Ex-showroom Price, Delhi
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Maruti Vitara Brezza Comparisons

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Maruti Vitara Brezza Highlights

  • Exterior and Interior
  • Specifications
  • Variants
  • Competitors
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If it ain’t tall and boxy, it’s no SUV, says a vast majority of India’s car buying junta. Maruti Suzuki has been listening quite intently, as it turns out. The Brezza carries that upright SUV stance and has just the right amount of bling in the projector headlamps, the 16-inch gunmetal wheels and the two-tone paint scheme. Yes, the design can be called safe, but looks like the 2 lakh-plus buyers aren’t complaining.

Thoroughly practical. That’s how we’d describe the cabin of the Brezza. It’s spot on in terms of ergonomics and gets the goodies you want, including a touchscreen infotainment system and automatic climate control. It’s big enough to accommodate five people, and the 328-litre boot shouldn’t have issues swallowing their luggage. What’s more, you can even play around with colours to personalise the cabin courtesy Maruti’s “iCreate”.
Maruti’s compact SUV is available with a single engine option. It gets the tried and tested 1.3-litre diesel engine that develops 90PS of power and 200Nm of torque, paired with a 5-speed manual transmission. While we hear a petrol engine will be made available soon (might just be the 1.0-litre Boosterjet), there’s no word of an AMT-equipped Brezza. The diesel’s punch makes it a fun drive when you’re pushing it, but it wears you out inside the city. That said, the fuel efficiency will definitely keep a smile plastered on your face.

Dual airbags and anti-lock brakes are optional for the base- and mid-spec LDi/VDi variant, and is standard for the top-spec ZDI+. While the VDi (O) ticks all the essentials, the ZDi adds a bit of zing to the package by offering LED light guides and automatic climate control. That said, it’s only the top-spec ZDi+ that gets the feel-good features such as the touchscreen, reverse camera and the dual-tone paint scheme.

Ford EcoSport: The one that kicked off the segment in style. The EcoSport combines proper mini-SUV looks with sporty handling, top-shelf safety kit and a choice of three engine and two transmission options. There’s not much wrong with it, honestly.

Honda WR-V: There’s more to the WR-V than being a Jazz on steroids. While it retains the hatchbacks basics of space and functionality, it brings in the added advantage of a high ground clearance. It also gets a sunroof. Doesn’t everyone want a sunroof in their lives?

Tata Nexon: Among the best vehicles to roll out of a Tata factory, the Nexon comes very close to acing the compact-SUV game. The funky styling, big 350-litre boot and some segment-firsts like an activity key make it a formidable force in the segment.

The Brezza ticks the basics of punch, practicality and peace of mind. If you can bear the ridiculously long waiting periods, you’ll end up with a compact-SUV that won’t let you complain. But, in all probability, so will everybody else.

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