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All-new Maruti Suzuki Brezza launched in India at INR 7.99 lakh

Maruti Suzuki has launched a new version of its compact SUV: the Brezza, in India. The new Brezza, previously known as the Vitara Brezza, is based on the company’s Global C platform, as its predecessors. The SUV comes with a sharper design language and is powered by a new-generation K-series Smart Hybrid engine borrowed from its elder sibling–the Ertiga. 

The 2022 Brezza comes in four variants: the LXI, VXI, ZXI, and ZXI+, at a starting price of INR 7.99 lakh.


Design

The new Brezza’s overall silhouette remains unchanged. However, the new SUV is slightly taller, and its front fascia has been redesigned with the new chrome-accented grille. For lighting, the vehicle gets dual LED projector headlamps with DRLs and a wraparound LED taillight. The vehicle stands on new geometric 16-inch alloy wheels.

The SUV gets a dual-tone (black and brown) interior and the dashboard features a flat-bottom steering wheel with mounted control buttons, and behind it is an MID instrument cluster with segment display as standard. The top-model offering gets an MID with TFT colour display.

For infotainment, the SUV comes with either a 7- or 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system (compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto) that is integrated with SmartPlay Studio and SmartPlay Pro+, respectively.

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Engine 

The Brezza gets the same engine as the new Ertiga and XL6. The SUV is powered by a 1.5-litre K-series DualJet engine that generates 101.6 hp of power and a torque of 136.8 Nm. The engine comes mated to either a five-speed manual or a six-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. 


Specifications

EngineK15C Smart Hybrid
Fuel typePetrol
Displacement (cc)1462
Transmission5 MT / 6 AT
Drive system2 WD
Fuel tank capacity (L)48
Mileage (kmpl)20.15 (MT) / 19.8 (AT)
Seating capacity5
Boot space (L)328
Wheelbase (mm)2500

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Features

The new Brezza comes with a plethora of convenience features such as its electric sunroof, keyless entry system, push start/stop button, idle start/stop, rear AC vents, tilt-and-telescopic steering wheel, auto climate control, cruise control, head-up display, wireless charging dock, and 60:40 split rear seat, depending on the variant.

The SUV’s top model–the ZXI+–comes integrated with a Suzuki connect feature that allows the driver to view on their smartphone information related to vehicle tracking, safety and security alerts, and driving behaviour.

For safety, the SUV’s base model comes with front airbags, front seat-belt with pretensioners, ABS with EBD and BA, reverse parking sensor with infographic display, ESP with hill-hold assist, dual horn, impact-sensing door unlock, central locking, anti-theft security alarm, and engine immobilizer. Features such as six airbags, rear wiper and washer, rear defogger, 360-view camera, and rear-view camera are added for the top models.


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Suzuki Brezza facelift price in Nepal

The new-generation Brezza has been launched in India at a starting price of INR 7.99 lakh. So, fans can expect it to cost around Rs 40 lakh here.

Suzuki modelsPrice in IndiaPrice in Nepal
(expected)
2022 BrezzaStarting from
INR 7.99 lakh
Starting around
Rs 40 lakh

Currently, Maruti Suzuki has been selling three top models of the Vitara Brezza in Nepal, at a starting price of Rs 43.49 lakh (for VXI MT). 

Vitara Brezza modelsPrice in Nepal
VXIRs 43.49 lakh
ZXI+Rs 48.24 lakh
ZXI+ (dual-tone)Rs 48.54 lakh

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