Maruti Brezza Petrol base trim reviewed on video

Maruti Suzuki launched the facelifted version of their compact SUV Vitara Brezza at the Auto Expo this year. The facelifted version comes with a number of minor updates which gives it a new face. Major update however in the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is the new petrol engine which we have seen in cars like…

Maruti Suzuki launched the facelifted version of their compact SUV Vitara Brezza at the Auto Expo this year. The facelifted version comes with a number of minor updates which gives it a new face. Major update however in the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is the new petrol engine which we have seen in cars like Ciaz, Ertiga and XL6. The diesel engine of the Brezza has been discontinued and will only be available with petrol engine here after. Here we have a video that shows a walk-around of the base trim or Lxi variant of the facelifted Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza.

The video has been uploaded by car director on their youtube channel. The video starts by showing the exterior of the facelifted Brezza. Compared to the higher trims there are couple of changes in the lower Lxi variant of the Brezza. Starting with headlights. They are not completely projector type lights. The low beam is a projector type unit whereas the high beam is a conventional setup. It also gets a small LED DRL on the inside.
Coming down towards the lower part of the bumper, the fog lamps are missing and right next to the fog lamp area is where the square shaped indicators are placed. On the higher trims, the indicators are integrated within the LED DRL. The lower part of the bumper is all black and does not get the silver finish even on the skid plate.

Coming to the side profile, the car gets steel wheels and the roof rails are also missing which is seen on higher trims. However Maruti is providing body coloured ORVMs with integrated turn indicators even on the entry level variant which comes as a surprise. At the rear, it gets LED tail lights,spoiler with high mounted stop lamps, black coloured skid plate and parking sensors on the bumpers. According to the video, the entry even the entry level Brezza gets central locking option as standard which is good thing.
On the inside, the Vitara Brezza is providing an all black interiors with fabric seats, a normal steering wheel, a normal infotainment system that is not touchscreen, all power windows and so on. The facelifted Vitara Brezza now gets a 1.5 litre engine which is now BS6 compliant. The engine generates a maximum of 104 Bhp and 138 Nm of torque. The price for BS6 petrol Brezza now starts at Rs 7.34 lakh and goes up till Rs 9.75 lakh ex-showroom.

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