This is a car i want to buy from the day it has released and when i first saw this car
i thought of some imported car but later i found that this is a car by maruti
and red and black combination colour is awesome
First things first. Despite being a sub 4-meter SUV, the Brezza actually looks a lot bigger in the flesh. The front is well-designed and aggressive with that large chrome grille, and the headlamps are detailed with LED daytime running lights and a projector setup. The front bumper is sporty and the fog lamps and indicators are set within their own matte black panel.
Around the rear, the wide stance of the Brezza continues with the horizontally stacked tail lamps and the large embossed Vitara Brezza badged chrome garnish piece atop the number plate area. But it is the side profile with the floating roof design that we think is the highlight of this car has even much more good i even it is having a very good comfotable boot space its easy to park even in small places
Step inside and you notice similarity with other Maruti Suzuki vehicles. Seating posture is nice, visibility is excellent and the all-black color theme adds a touch of sportiness. Though space is more than ample up front, the quality of materials used is not the best in segment. The top end version comes loaded with lot of creature comforts but yet, at the back, you do not get air-con vents. Space at the rear is good for two but just about ok for three. Brezza is available in India with 6 variants. The base variant is the LDi variant that gets driver side airbag, dual horn, music system with USB, aux-in and Bluetooth connectivity, front power windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs and tilt steering. LDi(O) variant is the one that gets more safety features compared to the base variant. In addition to the features on the base variant, the LDI(O) variant gets dual front airbags, ABS, EBD and front seat belt pretensioner with force limiter. Next in line is the VDi variant that gets body coloured door handles and ORVMs, roof rail, full wheel caps, keyless entry and rear power windows. This variant however doesn't get dual front
Vitara Brezza is wider than other cars in its segment like the EcoSport and the Creta but is only 20mm taller than Maruti\'s own Ritz hatchback. It has more ground clearance than Mahindra's TUV300 and Creta but less than that of the Duster and EcoSport. On paper it's an SUV but in real, the Brezza looks more like a grown up hatchback. Brezza's dual tone exterior colour theme with the roof being finished in a contrasting colour sets it apart from the crowd. Sadly, dual tone exteriors are only offered on the top end ZDi+ model. Front end design is dominated by a chrome grille. The headlamps get L shaped DRLs and indicators are uniquely placed above the fog lamps. Brezza gets silver finish skid plates at either ends. Brezza gets a flat roof that makes it appear a bit like the Evoque - especially in dual tone options. It rides on 16-inch alloy wheels on the top-end version and they fill up the wheel arches nicely. To complement the SUV look, we would have liked a thicker cladding on the sides. Brezza's rear is not as exciting as the front but it is smart nevertheless. The heavily chromed lip above the number plate looks nice.
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