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Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza

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Maruti Vitara Brezza Latest Updates

Maruti has hiked the prices of the Vitara Brezza by up to Rs 12,000. Its pricing starts from Rs 7.51 lakh to Rs 11.25 lakh (ex-showroom).

Maruti Vitara Brezza Price

The price of Maruti Vitara Brezza starts at Rs. 7.51 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 11.41 Lakh. The price of petrol variant of Vitara Brezza ranges between Rs. 7.51 Lakh to Rs. 11.41 Lakh. Maruti Vitara Brezza is available in 9 variants and 9 different colours.

Vitara Brezza Specifications

The Vitara Brezza utilises a 1.5-litre K15B petrol engine that develops 105PS of power and 138Nm of torque. It’s offered with two transmission options: a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed torque converter. The variants also come with Maruti’s 12V mild-hybrid system, which adds functions like start-stop and torque boost assist.

Maruti Vitara Brezza Variants

The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is offered in four variants: LXI, VXI, ZXI and ZXI+. Colour options are red, orange, silver, white, grey and blue. It also comes in dual-tone colours: red/black, blue/black and grey/orange.

Vitara Brezza Features

The exterior features LED headlamps, dual-tone alloy wheels, as well as LED tail lamps. Inside, it comes with Maruti’s 7-inch infotainment system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, climate control, cruise control, a multi-info display, steering-mounted audio control, as well as keyless entry with push-button start. Safety features include dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, and a rear view camera.

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Maruti Vitara Brezza Price List in India

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  • Manual (5)
  • Automatic (4)
Vitara Brezza LXI
17.03 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 7.51 Lakh
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Vitara Brezza VXI
17.03 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 8.57 Lakh
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Vitara Brezza ZXI
17.03 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 9.32 Lakh
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Vitara Brezza ZXI Plus
17.03 Kmpl | Petrol | Manual
Rs. 9.85 Lakh
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Editor's View of Maruti Vitara Brezza

  • Upside

    Looks better with LED projector headlamps and a new grille, LED DRLs double up as turn indicators, Gets a 1.5-litre petrol engine with a 4-speed torque converter automatic, Gets more features like auto day/night IRVM and rain-sensing wipers.

  • Downside

    Interior plastic quality hasn't improved, Ride quality is a bit stiff. Despite moving to a petrol drivetrain, prices are unlikely to go down.

  • Our Verdict

    Vitara Brezza still remains good value for money for an everyday city-centric SUV. The refined petrol engine should make it a better driver as well.


Vitara Brezza Detailed Review

If it ain’t broke don't fix it! This is the philosophy most leading companies use for their best selling products. Be it Apple with the iPhone or Honda with the Activa scooter, over the years they have made subtle changes to keep their products fresh without losing the essence of the original. This is exactly what Maruti Suzuki is trying to do with the ever-popular Vitara Brezza facelift.

Since its launch in 2016, the Vitara Brezza has been available only with a single engine option and that continues with the updated car as well. But instead of a diesel, you now get only petrol. You also get a more sophisticated torque converter automatic as compared to the rudimentary automated manual.

So are the cosmetic changes substantial enough for you to consider the Vitara Brezza over its newer rivals? And does the Brezza drive experience change drastically with the petrol motor?

Mild Makeover:

The changes on the outside are bare minimum. Up front, you get a shiny new chrome grille, which merges with the brand new headlamps now sporting full-LED lighting with separate projectors for low and high beams. What grabs your attention though are the LED daytime running lamps, which double up as turn indicators. The front bumper too is slightly different and lower down you also get a silver finish that mimics a bull bar. In profile, the only change are the new alloy wheels. They do look more elegant than before but still aren't as sharply cut as the ones offered on some rival cars. Like the silhouette, even the rear design remains mostly untouched. The changes at the rear are limited to just the aggressive new bumper and the stylish new LED tail lamps. Overall, the Brezza does look more fresh and up to date than the outgoing car.

Familiar Insides

As compared to the exterior, if you expect more updates on the inside then you are in for a big disappointment. Back in 2016, when the Vitara Brezza was launched, the interior quality wasn’t its biggest strength. Four years later with newer competition it falls back further. The plastics used, especially lower down in the cabin, look cheap. Cars like the Hyundai Venue or even the Mahindra XUV300 use much more premium materials.

The dash layout too looks a bit dated. The simple layout though really helps ergonomically, as all the buttons and switches fall to hand easily. Getting in and out of the car is easy thanks to the wide-opening doors and the high-perched seats. Visibility up front is fantastic, as the thin A-pillars and the big glass area gives the driver an unobstructed view all around. The front seats too are comfortable with good side bolstering and the new seat fabric looks more upmarket. At the rear, the wide bench makes it reasonably comfortable for three adults, with a good amount of knee and headroom on offer. Although boot space at 328 litres isn’t class-leading, the bay is well shaped and you also get 60:40 split-folding rear seats for added practicality. You also have loads of storage spaces, like the twin gloveboxes, storage under the centre armrest, and big front door pockets.

Feature List

With the Brezza facelift, you get some additional features like auto-dimming rearview mirror, auto folding, and opening ORVM. Maruti has also plonked in the Smart Play infotainment system from the XL6 in the Vitara Brezza. This 7-inch touchscreen system is easy to use but it looks a bit old compared to the bigger 8-inch screen of the Venue. You also get some cloud-based features in the new system but it uses the connected phones network rather than an embedded SIM like in the Venue. So it doesn’t get functionality like geo fence alert, remote engine start-stop, and remote door lock and unlock. We were expecting Maruti to offer more features with the facelift Brezza but it misses out on rear AC vents and wireless charging pad. In terms of safety, you don’t get tyre pressure monitoring system, ESP, or even a six airbag option.

New Heart

Now let's come to the biggest change in this car, the engine. The Vitara Brezza is powered by the same 105PS 1.5-litre petrol motor that you get in the Ciaz and the XL6. It also borrows the same transmissions, a 5-speed manual and a 4-speed automatic.

Let's start with the automatic transmission first. On paper, this 4-speed gearbox comes across as old school, when compared to the Venue's 7-speed DCT or even the 6-speed torque converter in the EcoSport. But at low speeds, it feels anything but archaic. As soon as you get on the throttle this car moves forward smoothly with good response from the engine and the gearbox. It excels at slow speeds, which makes it relaxing to drive in the city traffic. Despite the tall gearing, you are never left wanting for more power, as the Brezza accelerates forward effortlessly. Even the mild-hybrid system works seamlessly. If you stop at a traffic light, the engine switches off even in drive mode and as you go off the brake it comes back to life instantaneously without any vibrations.

But on the flip side, once you go out on the highway, this automatic gearbox starts showing its basic roots. Thanks to the tall gearing, it cruises in a relaxed manner but when you want to execute a quick overtake the gearbox hesitates to downshift. In some situations, it stays in the same gear and you have to rely on the engine’s power to accelerate ahead. As a result, you have to plan your overtakes well in advance. This deficiency is accentuated further when going uphill. You also don’t get a sport mode or manual paddle shifters to help you out.

The manual version of the car, on the other hand, feels more at home on an open road. With the 5-speed gearbox, you can extract the maximum from the engine. Although good on its own, the 105PS motor doesn't feel as potent as the Honda City’s 1.5 litre engine. Suzuki’s motor doesn’t feel as free revving or as powerful. It also lacks the punch of the old 1.3-litre diesel motor, so when overtaking or driving uphill you have to shift a lot more. But at low speeds, the motor feels responsive and you can pull from as low as 15kmph in third gear without any drama. The 5-speed gearbox too has a slick action and combined with the light clutch the Brezza manual feels stress-free in the city.

Where this petrol motor excels though is in terms of refinement. Especially at low speeds it is hard to tell if the engine is even running. In fact, the Vitara Brezza facelift has taken a huge step ahead in terms of overall refinement. Where in the old car you could hear a lot of tyre and wind noise, the new car feels remarkably quiet thanks to the improved sound insulation.

Obviously, with the petrol engine you are gonna miss the diesel’s efficiency, but going by our experience of the XL6 automatic, we expect the lighter and taller-geared Brezza to be quite frugal. For reference, the XL6 returned 11.85kmpl in the city and 18.11kmpl out on the highway.

Improved Dynamics

Where the original Brezza used to feel too stiff and uncomfortable over uneven roads, the new car feels significantly more pliant. Be it at city speeds or out on the highway, the Brezza facelift feels at home save for a bit of side-to-side movement caused by the high centre of gravity. The suspension too now works silently, which adds to the refined nature of this SUV.

The Brezza always felt agile and now with a lighter petrol engine, it feels even better. The precise steering and the playful chassis make for a car that is good fun to drive. Even in a straight line the Brezza feels stable and the brakes provide good stopping power.

Final call

Overall, the Vitara Brezza facelift is far from perfect. Compared to its rivals, this SUVs cabin looks a bit dated and even the perceived quality is not up to the mark. Priced between Rs 7.34 lakh and Rs 11.4 lakh, the Brezza facelift isn’t cheap either and the fact that it isn’t as well equipped as its rivals marks it further down. You will also miss the diesel engine’s punch and efficiency. Maruti Vitara Brezza Price

But other than that, there is a lot going for the Brezza. It has a spacious and practical cabin, great refinement levels, is still fun from behind the wheel, and the light controls make it easy to drive too. Between the two versions, we would choose the manual as it is almost Rs 1.5 lakh cheaper and won't cause you any inconvenience either.

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Vitara Brezza User Reviews

4.0 /5
541 reviews
  • Mileage
    3.9/5
  • Comfort
    4.1/5
  • Performance
    4.1/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.1/5
  • Safety
    3.9/5
  • Features & Styling
    3.9/5

Preferred For : Family & Daily Commute

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  • 5.0

    Superb looking car in a affordable budget of ₹10lakhs.Mileage is good and even the performance is very good.Torque is good as well as power.

  • 3.0

    Low mileage, I have brought this in jun 2020 and till date drove 7000 kms.The average mileage i get in city of hyderabad is 11 kms per litre.

  • 5.0

    All about the vehicle is good at maintenance comfort and safety in middle suv the comfortable rides when compare with other vehicles it's better in maintenance and mileage

  • 5.0

    I love going on long drives in it

  • 5.0

    long journey is better for sedan vehicle and LXI Vitara brezza will be modified to sear headrest system.

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  • 2.0

    I was waiting for months to buy the petrol version. But now I am disappointed. There is nothing new in the updated brezza. Still missing below features.1) Tyre pressure monitor system2) Hill start assist ( only in AT)3) Electronic stability control ( only in AT)4) Rear A/c vents.5) Sunroof.Manual variant has nothing. In addition to this Maruti is not giving their Smart Hybrid system to manual version. That means no idle start stop system. Now why this car?? Sad to say this but Maruti didn't utilised the opportunity to improve. Vitara brezza lost its Unique value.

  • 4.3

    My car crossed 3000 mark already. Its pick up is satisfactory though not the best. For daily commuters like me who drive car maximum 130 kmph , it s ok. I am getting 15 to 15.5 kmpl on highways , 13.5 on local roads . In off-road trips i got as less as 11.3 kmpl. Spec and price is very good for a car like this. After sales service is excellent. the service station guys respond to our quiries even at 8 pm !

  • 2.3

    Kitna dethi hai people, this is correct vehicle. Comfort nil. Serious blind spots on sides due to improper placing of ORVMs. Front seats horrible. Need additional ortho seat attachments. Poor quality painting. Safety I am not sure, will it sustain any crash. Maintenance cost is average. But poor handling by Maruti service centres. Service executives dos not know how to behave with the customers.

  • 2.3

    Compare to other cars like venue, creta and seltos. Less features and styling. Especially interior quality and style very bad. Interior style very old like 2012maruthi swift. Eg. Stearing... No rear ac. No head rest in rear seat in base model. In my opinion they should consider this as basic things of car when customs they spend more than 8lakh.now in market a lot other options available.

  • 5.0

    I liked it in the trial run itself.It's car like driving characteristics makes it a fun to drive car.Power is sufficient and lot of ground clearance.Diesel engine doesn't make much noise (doesn't come inside cabin).Chilled ac and effective breaking.Totally value for money and fun to drive car.

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Vitara Brezza Colours

  • Autumn Orange
  • Granite Grey With Autumn Orange Roof
  • Granite Grey
  • Pearl Arctic White
  • Premium Silver
  • Torque Blue With Midnight Black Roof
  • Torque Blue
  • Sizzling Red With Midnight Black Roof
  • Sizzling Red
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Vitara Brezza

Q. New diesel when launching?
Q. Vitara breza front disk plate price
  • For the availability and prices of the spare parts, we'd suggest you connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
Q. Is Maruti Vitara Brezze vxi petrol is good to buy?
  • Vitara Brezza still remains good value for money for an everyday city-centric SUV. The refined petrol engine should make it a better driver as well. Vitara Brezza VXI is powered by a 1462 cc K15B petrol engine that generates a max power of 103.26bhp@6000rpm and a max torque of 138nm@4400rpm. It is equipped with features like Engine Start Stop Button, Multi-function Steering Wheel, Power Adjustable Exterior Rear View Mirror, and Automatic Climate Control, etc. 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.
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Q. I am confused between Venue 1.2-litre petrol S variant and New Vitara Brezza LXI model, kindly suggest.
  • Whue s variant achcha hai lekin usmein Kafi paise lag rahe hain isliye isase acche e variant Lena chahie kyunki aap usmein Thode se Hi paise dekar Kafi kam karva sakte aur s variant type ka banva sakte hai
  • Both the vehicle are good 😅 but I'll prefer venue
  • Go for Venue.
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Q. Which is good for buying Tata Nexon or Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza or Nissan Kicks or Renault Duster or Hyundai Venue in a budget of 10 lakhs?
  • The tie is always between Nexon and Venue. Others aren't all that great. If you want safety, features, comfort and speed Nexon is for u. If you want quality, comfort, mileage Venue is yr car. If you are an urban driver who also travel between cities and/or to rural areas sometimes, Nexon is yr best bet. If you are urban driver who only seldom take it to the highway and/or commute very little per month then Venue will suit you good.
  • Tata Nexon has the most refined engine, the best aesthetics, the most comfortable seats and stuff like traction control and brake assist, unheard of by any other SUV I'm it's class. It also gives you an SUV ownership experience from the inside and outside, while most other SUV's in it's segment look more like upscaled hatchbacks, specially the Ford Ecosport.
  • Tata has best engine and saftey standard but when it comes to looks its dull I hoped Nexon should have Tata hbx hornbill design. if you want to buy a good looking power engine xuv 300 Ford eco venue turbo.
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Q. My budget is around 12 lakhs .Which would be the best choice Creta S petrol, Brezza ZXI, Tata Nexon XZ Plus or XUV300 W8 petrol?
  • All these cars are good enough. If you want a car for city commutes with good fuel efficiency and a smooth refined engine, you may go for Maruti Vitara Brezza. If you want a feature-loaded, fun to drive car, safety is your priority, often go for long drives and rear seat comforts is not your priority, you may go for Mahindra XUV300. If you want a good balance of Safety, power performance, and rear-seat comfort and ride quality, you may go for Tata Nexon. Creta would only be recommended if you want a spacious and bigger car. You may compare all these cars accordingly. Do take a test drive in order to get better clarity. Check out authorised dealership details.
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Maruti Vitara Brezza Mileage

Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed User Reported
Petrol Automatic 18.76 Kmpl 18 Kmpl
Petrol Manual 17.03 Kmpl 17 Kmpl

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Maruti Vitara Brezza Service Cost

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Petrol (5 years) Rs. 33,095
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Vitara Brezza FAQs

What is the price of Maruti Vitara Brezza Top Variant?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Maruti Vitara Brezza is 11.41 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the mileage of Maruti Vitara Brezza?

The ARAI claimed mileage of Maruti Vitara Brezza is 18.76 Kmpl. Also check User Reported Mileage of Vitara Brezza.

What is the EMI of Maruti Vitara Brezza in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Maruti Vitara Brezza in Delhi is Rs. 14,537 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Maruti Vitara Brezza?

The top 3 competitors of Maruti Vitara Brezza are Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet and Toyota Urban Cruiser.

What is the boot space in Maruti Vitara Brezza?

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

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