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  • Q. What is difference between brezza vdi & zdi
    Zigwheels | 4 months ago

    The VDI variant not only makes the Brezza look relatively better but also adds some goodies that have more or less become basic nowadays. The VDI is also for the budget buyer who wants something more premium than the stripped-down base-spec model. Moreover, it’s this variant whereon you can opt for an automatic transmission. The ZDI variant comes across as the most value-packed variant in the Vitara Brezza lineup as for a premium of Rs 78,000 over the mid-spec VDI variant, it offers a lot more. On the outside, it has got everything that the top-spec ZDI+ variant offers, except for the flashy dual-tone paint scheme. While on the inside, it covers the majority of the premium goodies that a buyer would appreciate. The icing on the cake is the AMT option. In our books, this variant is the jack of all the trades.To get complete details regarding both the variants may check the following link: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-vdi-vs-maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-zdi

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    Himanshu | 7 months ago

    Comfort and convienence level is much better in ZDI. But if you are looking in terms of safety then both are same ... More value for money buy is ZDI as compared to VDI as many usable features added to it

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  • Q. What are the features available in Brezza VDi?
    D | 1 week ago

    Model: Maruti Suzuki Vitara brezza vdiSeating capacity: 5Fuel economy: 24 km/l combinedFuel tank capacity: 48 LDimensions: 3,995 mm L x 1,790 mm W x 1,640 mm HHorsepower: 66 kWWheel size: 7″ diameter, 6″ widthIt is a very comfortable car you. It’s maintainance cost is very low comes with led tail lamps and amazing interior .The introduction of compact SUV, Vitara Brezza, by Maruti Suzuki has livened up an already-congested compact SUV segment. Available in six trims, Maruti Vitara Brezza VDi (O) happens to be a mid-range variant that drives on a 1.3-litre DDiS 200 diesel power train and yields a class-leading mileage of 23.4 kmpl. Maruti Vitara Brezza VDi (O) images give the impression of a muscular vehicle that is suited well for off-roading. Maruti Vitara Brezza VDi (O) features render travel to be comfortable and safe, thanks to the presence of a manual air conditioning system, door armrests, grab handles, foldable rear seats, cup and bottle holders, gloveboxes, all power windows, dual front airbags, ABS, and EBD, among others. Maruti Vitara Brezza VDi (O) colours in nine shades make for an attractive exterior. It will give u an average mileage of 14 on road in city . So ya it’s a good car .

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    Suresh | 4 months ago

    Nothing much. But problem is that quality of maruti cars are very poor . I am suggest go for Creat or Rapid for better quality product .Breeza is Wastage of money

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  • Q. Is the Vitara Brezza ZDi Plus value for money?
    Uppiliappan | 3 months ago

    Definitely yes in ground reality brezza ZDI + is a best car in its price range. The cost of basic model creta you can buy ZDI + model of brezza. Best after service support . Brezza is best choice

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    Soumitra | 1 month ago

    Brezza have variant models according to its price. One may spend money according to his need. In one word Vitara Brezza is a smart looking SUV.

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  • Q. What is the difference between VDI and VDI-AMT?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    The basic difference between these two trims in between their transmission type. Brezza VDI comes mated with manual transmission. Whereas, VDI AMT is integrated with AMT transmission. Click on the link to compare these two trims: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-vdi-vs-maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-vdi-amt

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    Himanshu | 6 months ago

    Only GEARBOX plus 50-60extra cost but believe me its worth it to pay extra for auto as it gives sheer convenience and driving pleasure

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  • Q. Which is better brezza zdi plus dual tone compare with brezza zdi plus AMT dual tone
    Himanshu | 9 months ago

    AMT is a revelation in Brezza .. 50K premium over manual is more then worth it. It’s pretty smooth and total recalibration has been done on gearbox. Much much better than dzire or earlier AMTs. Future is of AUTOMATIC so go for AMT without second thought

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    SUSEEL | 1 month ago

    Main difference is in the tyre size, cruise controll and some other tech specifications, stability etc. The more pay more facility.

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  • Q. Which model is best for vitara brezza as LDI, VDI and ZDI?
    Uppiliappan | 1 day ago

    I will say LDI . All safety features are there

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    Lakshay | 3 days ago

    Go for zdi or zdi plus

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  • Q. Wat the difference between Breeza VDI amt and ZDI AMT?
    Zigwheels | 8 months ago

    Click on the given link to compare both the variants: https://www.zigwheels.com/compare-cars/maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-vdi-amt-vs-maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-zdi-amt

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  • Q. Vitara Brezza ZDI AMT is better or ZDI Plus?
    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    The ZDI completes the sporty styling of the Vitara Brezza that you see in commercials. Moreover, its premium quiet justified, given the goodies on offer. Even on the inside, the ZDI comes with additional features such as an auto climate control and height adjustable driver’s seat. In our books, the ZDI comes across as the most value for money variant in the Brezza’s lineup considering the premium over the VDI variant. The AMT version too is priced well under Rs 10 lakh, making it noticeably cheaper than direct rivals such as the AMT versions of the Nexon and the TUV300. While both the ZDI and ZDI+ look identical on the outside, the latter adds zing on the inside with the addition of various premium features. However, the premium over the ZDI is nearly Rs 1 lakh that too when the ZDI itself is decently specced. Having said that, if you don’t have any budget constraints, you might as well go for the top-spec variant as it offers all the bells and whistles that sub-4m SUVs nowadays come with, including smartphone integration.

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    Zigwheels | 9 months ago

    The Brezza ticks the basics of punch, practicality and peace of mind and you’ll end up with a compact-SUV that won’t let you complain. But, in all probability, so will everybody else. The AMT is a brilliant addition to the Vitara Brezza in fact, it’s so good that we’d recommend you chose the automatic over the manual. It’s actually better to drive in the city and that in our books makes up for the slight drop in efficiency and the increase in price. Read More - Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza AMT: Road Test: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/maruti-suzuki-vitara-brezza-amt-road-test/30501/

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  • Q. Which one should i buy between Brezza LDI and Nexon XM?
    Himanshu | 7 months ago

    Brezza is a better product as nexon is new and yet to prove its mettle in long term. But variants vise minimum VDI you must select though ZDI is most value for momey amongst all variants

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    Sanjay | 13 minutes ago

    Brezza - always

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  • Q. Which is the best Scorpio or Brezza VDi AMT?
    D | 2 months ago

    If you have a budget for Scorpio, I will suggest to opt for Brezza ZDi+ variant as it is much cheaper than Scorpio, also it has low maintenance and running cost, feature rich and best resale value due to Maruti Suzuki brand.

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    Uppiliappan | 1 month ago

    Comparing Brezza & Scorpio is like comparing Cat & Tiger. Scorpio is a real SUV. On road & Off road it is a king. Brezza is compact visual SUV with no powers it can go in road only. But good car .

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