Maruti Suzuki Brezza Black Edition: All You Need To Know In 7 Real-life Images

  • Mar 24, 2023
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Maruti has recently introduced the Black Edition in its Arena models, and the Brezza is the first car to receive it

After introducing the Pearl Midnight Black hue in its premium Nexa models, Maruti Suzuki has now released the same one, called the Black Edition, for its Arena models. And the first model to receive this treatment in the Arena stable is the Brezza. If you are interested in picking up this stealthy looking model, then take a closer look at the model in seven images:

The Black Edition in the Brezza is limited to the higher-end trims only. And while the black colour does raise the stealth, these cars aren’t similar to the Tata Nexon Dark as bits like the grille and skid plate are same as the standard model in the Brezza i.e, not black. 

This particular model you see in the images is the one-below-top ZXI trim. And in the standard car, it gets black alloys, which have been carried forward here as well. So yes, the dark hue alloys give it a sinister look, especially in this black colour. Top-end variants get dual-tone rims. 

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At the rear-end, the badging on the Black Edition models is finished in chrome, like the standard car. Models like the Tata Nexon EV Dark get their badging finished in black and looks more dope and complete, according to this author’s opinion. 

If you’re expecting the dark treatment to be carried forward on to the inside, then you might be a bit disappointed. The standard model’s black/brown hue has been carried forward from the standard car in the Dark Edition. That said, there are no complaints about the design and layout front.  

Top-spec variants of the Brezza come loaded with kit like a nine-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a head-up display, wireless phone charger, sunroof, automatic climate control and cruise control. Passenger safety is taken care of by up to six airbags, electronic stability control and a 360-degree camera. 

No changes have been made underneath the hood. So the Brezza gets the familiar 103PS 1.5-litre petrol engine, driving the front wheels via either a five-speed manual or a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission. You can also have the black hue with the CNG powertrain, but it’s limited to the one-below-top ZXI trim. 

Now to the best bit: unlike Tata’s Dark Edition, where you need to pay a premium of Rs 25,000 for the black hue, the Brezza Black Edition costs the same as the standard monotone hue. You can take a look at the detailed variant-wise pricing of the Black Edition here. Some of the Brezza’s primary rivals include Tata Nexon, Kia Sonet, Hyundai Venue and Mahindra XUV300.

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