Pros : 1. Highly Fuel Efficient Maruti offers Vitara Brezza with the 1.3 Litre MJD diesel engine that churns out 89bhp of power and a peak torque of 200Nm. This engine provides the best in class mileage, which is 24.3kmpl. It is higher
Cons : 1. Turbo lag There might a lot of good things everybody mentioned about this latest compact SUV from Maruti Suzuki, but one thing in common that everybody said against the car was its Turbo Lag. Maruti diesel models are known for
The Vitara Brezza measures just under 4m in length. Like chief rival, the Ford EcoSport, the monocoque-bodied Vitara Brezza places its engine transversally and will be a front-wheel drive only; there is no provision for an all-wheel-drive system. While the last bit is unlikely to be a deterrent for buyers, what is sure to find universal appeal is the Vitara Brezza's safe but robust design. Maruti designers wanted to capture the upright stance and look of a proper SUV within the small footprint and it must be said, they've succeeded to that end.
The short overhangs, squared-out wheel arches and mildly raked tail do give the Brezza the look of a scaled-down SUV. Styling isn't flamboyant, but the lines are clean and it won't divide opinion like the EcoSport's appearance can. That's not to say the Brezza's not got its share of interesting bits. The front is characterised by a high-set, chrome-rich grille flanked by neat headlights that, on top-end versions, get projector units. Seen head on, the Vitara Brezza's LED running lights are also styled to resemble a bull's horns
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