Maruti Brezza compact SUV prices hiked after feature additions

Maruti Brezza compact SUV prices hiked after feature additions

Maruti Suzuki recently rejigged the variants of the best-selling Vitara Brezza compact SUV. This resulted in many variants of the Brezza getting additional equipment. Following this variant re-jig, prices of the Maruti Brezza will increase to coincide with the addition of various features.

Here’s a quick explanation of what’s new on the 2018 Vitara Brezza, and by how much have the prices have increased.

VARIANTS (MANUAL)

OLD PRICE (EX-SHOWROOM DELHI)

NEW PRICE (EX-SHOWROOM DELHI)

DIFFERENCE

LDi

Rs 7.28 lakh

Rs 7.52 lakh

Rs 24,000

LDi (O) (now discontinued)

Rs 7.41 lakh

VDi

Rs 7.81 lakh

Rs 8.04 lakh

Rs 23,000

VDi (O) (now discontinued)

Rs 7.94 lakh

ZDi

Rs 8.74 lakh

Rs 8.82 lakh

Rs 8,000

ZDi+

Rs 9.73 lakh

Rs 9.77 lakh

Rs 4,000

The LDi trim now gets twin airbags and ABS as standard, along with the ISOFIX provision for fitting child seats, reverse parking sensors and a high speed alert warning. The VDi trim also gains twin airbags and ABS as standard, along with ISOFIX mounts and the high speed alert warning light. The ZDi and ZDi+  optional trims get ISOFIX mounts and the high speed alert warning light. Maruti has now added an AMT variant to the VDi and ZDi trims.

The 5 speed AMT option on the Vitara Brezza VDi makes it the least expensive sub-4 meter, automatic compact SUV in India, undercutting the Tata Nexon AMT. All variants of the Vitara Brezza use a 1.3 litre turbocharged diesel engine with 89 Bhp-200 Nm on tap. The manual gearbox is a five speed unit while the automatic variant uses an AMT. All variants of the Vitara Brezza are front wheel driven.

The sub-4 meter compact SUV sells over 10,000 units each month, making it the country’s largest selling SUV across segments. The Brezza is doing such large numbers despite not offering a petrol engine. In the coming months, there’s a chance that the Maruti Brezza will get a petrol engine. That should push up sales even higher. Maruti recently gave the SUV a stylistic makeover, with a new dual tone paint scheme and blacked out alloy wheels.

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