Maruti Suzuki is India largest car manufacturer and Maruti Suzuki Brezza is the most popular and highest selling sub-4 meter compact SUV in the segment. At the Auto Expo this year, Maruti Suzuki unveiled the facelifted Maruti Brezza. The Brezza BS4 version was only available with a diesel engine. But, the BS6 version now comes with a petrol engine for the first time and replaces the diesel engine. Maruti Suzuki has released three official video on their official Youtube channel that focuses on the looks, engine and the bookings of the facelifted Vitara Brezza.
The first video released by Maruti focuses on the exterior changes made to the BS6 version of the Brezza. Starting from the front, it gets a redesigned bumper with LED fog lamps. The faux skid plate adds to the SUV character of the car. The indicators have been re-positioned and are now with the DRLs. The grille at the front also gets redesigned and has chrome garnishes with Suzuki logo in the middle. The headlight design remains same but it now gets dual projector type headlamps which was missing earlier. design of the alloy wheels are also new. At the rear, it gets LED lights with redesigned bumper and skid plate.
Second video released by Maruti is all about the engine. As mentioned above, the BS4 version of the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza used to come with a 1.3 litre fiat sourced diesel engine. Fiat had announced earlier last year that they won’t be making the 1.3 litre unit BS6 compliant and would be discontinuing it. Maruti Suzuki meanwhile had developed a new petrol engine in-house and had equipped facelifted Ciaz, Ertiga and XL6 with the very same engine. The Brezza facelift also gets the very same BS6 compliant 1.5 litre unit that produces 104 bhp and 138 Nm of torque. It is available with a 5 speed manual or a 4-speed torque converter automatic gearbox. The automatic version gets the mild hybrid system.
Maruti Suzuki has already started accepting bookings for the all-new Brezza petrol version. The facelifted Brezza looks bolder than before with all those minute changes and the petrol engine is efficient too. The manual Brezza has a claimed economy of 17.03 kmpl whereas the automatic has an impressive 18.6 kmpl economy because of the SHVS set up. Maruti Suzuki will be announcing the price of the facelifted Brezza on the 15th of February. Bookings are already open across all Maruti Suzuki ARENA dealerships in India.