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Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Gets A Style Upgrade!


It seems like the launch of the Hyundai Venue has triggered other carmakers to offer special edition versions of their sub-4 metre SUVs!

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  • Seat covers and leather steering wheel cover on offer.
  • Sports Limited Edition package is priced at Rs 29,990.
  • Customers can opt for it on any variant of their choice.

Maruti Suzuki has announced the launch of a special edition variant of its best-selling SUV, the Vitara Brezza, in the country. The special edition pack, called the Sports Limited Edition, comes with a host of cosmetic tweaks to help the SUV stand out from the regular crowd. The Sports Limited Edition pack comes with body graphics, a leather steering wheel cover, chrome front grille garnish, twin-colour door sill guard, side skid plate and ‘Yellow Muscle Finish’ seat covers for an additional sum of just Rs 29,990 over the price of their preferred variant.

The launch of the Hyundai Venue with an introductory price of just Rs 6.5 lakh seems to have prompted others present in the cut-throat sub-4 metre SUV segment to update their offerings with more features in a bid to stem a possible decline in sales. Apart from Maruti Suzuki, Ford is set to launch a special ‘Thunder’ edition of the EcoSport in the coming weeks. Like the Brezza, the Thunder package is expected to be available on all variants and powertrain options.

While the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is only offered with a 1.3-litre diesel engine that puts out 90PS of power and 200Nm of torque, the Venue is offered with three engine options - a 1.0-litre turbo-petrol, a 1.2-litre naturally-aspirated petrol and a 1.4-litre turbo-diesel. While the diesel Venue churns out the same amount of power as the Maruti, it produces 20Nm of additional torque.

If you are looking for a two-pedal setup with the diesel engine, then your choice is limited to the Vitara Brezza and its AMT gearbox as the Hyundai Venue diesel is only offered with a 6-speed manual for now. Also, while Maruti Suzuki has decided to discontinue its diesel models once BS6 norms take effect, Hyundai has said that it will continue to offer oil burners with various mechanical and software updates to meet the new emission regulations.

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