Here is a summary of all the different versions that the Vitara Brezza comes in. There are 9 different trim levels on offer with the most affordable being the 1.5 Petrol LXI MT version. Each version's ARAI rated fuel economy is also mentioned below. To know more about each version, click its name below.
|1.5 Petrol LXI MTPetrol,Upto 17.03,Manual||₹ 7.51 Lakh|
|1.5 Petrol VXI MTPetrol,Upto 17.03,Manual||₹ 8.57 Lakh|
|1.5 Petrol ZXI MTPetrol,Upto 17.03,Manual||₹ 9.32 Lakh|
The Vitara Brezza is one of the 15 different models from the house of Maruti Suzuki. Prices for this SUV start from Rs 751500 and buyers can pick from as many as 9 different versions. The Vitara Brezza offers a max power of 105PS@6000rpm. Some of the main rivals include Honda Jazz BS6 and Skoda Rapid TSI.
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We got our new Brezza ZXI AT last week and have completed 500km in it. Wanted to share our opinion about the car here. My previous car was a Polo and needed something bigger that could handle bad roads as well. I paid just over 12 lakh for this model and I think few features could have been added more by the company. That said, the 1.5 engine is very strong and has good torque even with 5 adults and ac running. The 4 speed automatic is miles ahead than AMT of other cars and I dont find any issue with less number of gears. Economy in traffic is 11-12 but I expect it to go higher post first few services. The Polo had good handling and Brezza is no different. Overall, for me, its an upgrade on size, comfort, space and engine performance. I am also hoping that my running costs are lower than that of the Polo which was 8000-10000 per service regularly.
Hi everyone. I have been a Maruti fan for a decade and replaced my Dzire diesel with a Breeza diesel in 2017. With the Dzire, we had done 1.2 lac kilometres without much trouble except suspension and decided to upgrade to this SUV. Plus points include more power from the engine, similar economy and high ground clearance. In 60,000km we had not had issues with suspension so far but the cabin is average in terms of build and some noises have cropped up. However, it remains economical to run and maintain and this is a very strong point. We have the ZDI model and happy with the features so far. I spend Rs 5000-7000 on each service which is excellent for a diesel - but do remember I do not opt for unnecessary add-ons like polishing, de-carbon liquids etc. The extended warranty hasnâ€™t come handy yet as everything is working just fine. I hope Maruti brings back the diesel with BS6 also. All the best Maruti.
Just completed 10,000 km in Brezza diesel. I was lucky enough to find one of the last few diesel BS4 models. Not been able to drive too much due to lockdown but so far, the relationship has been neutral. The diesel is too noisy, turbo lag troubles me in traffic and rear seat is not as spacious as the Nexon. But on the good part, on my drives it delivers 20 kmpl which is excellent. A/c is a chiller, suspension is nice and steering is soft which helps in traffic. I have the mid level VDI which is sufficiently feature loaded and the discount further made it a good purchase. I have fitted company alloy wheels from the showroom itself and now planning to get a black roof done from outside as company showroom charges a lot. I will update my ownership once I hit the 20,000km mark on my diesel Brezza VDI
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