Legends aren't born they are created
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 vehicle.
On the interior front, the Brezza is gracious and subtle, while still feeling well appointed. For starters, the whole interior is offered only in a shade of black and also gets a gloss black centre console with silver brushed accent pieces.
There are certain negatives like slightly high NVH levels and the mediocre plastic quality; but on the whole, considering the great price that it comes at, will get perspective buyers to consider it strongly.
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