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Maruti Brezza with Lexus grille: Check it out [Video]

Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza is the best selling car in the sub-4 metre compact SUV segment. Even after so many years Maruti Brezza still hold the top position in the segment. It competes with cars like Hyundai Venue, Mahindra XUV300, Tata Nexon, Ford EcoSport, in the segment. It is also famous among the people who love modified cars. There are a few examples of tastefully modified Brezza in the country. Some got a Range Rover grille whereas some got the interiors completely modified. Here we have one such Vitara Brezza that gets an aftermarket Lexus grille.

The video has been uploaded by Car Accessories on their Youtube channel. The video basically shows the process of installing a brand new Lexus grille to a Brezza. The video starts with unboxing of the grille. It came with screws and other essentials and there was glue and 3M tape for fixing the grille.

The glue is applied on the side which will attached to the bumper and over it 3M’s strong adhesive tape’s strips are attached on the inside edge of the grille. Then old grille from the Brezza is removed and area where the new grille will sit is cleaned with a solution to remove any dust particle for better grip. The grille is then fixed in place and screws under the hood are fastened. The grille is a perfect fit and no gaps are to be seen in between the panels. The Grille makes the front of the Brezza look very wide and aggressive.

Maruti Brezza with Lexus grille: Check it out [Video]

The grille does not contain any chrome garnishes in it. It is all black and that makes it look more sporty. The grille is similar to the one seen in high-end Lexus SUV’s and cars. There is even a Lexus logo in the centre which can be replaced with a Suzuki logo which comes in the package.

Maruti Suzuki has officially announced that they will not offer diesel engine options after the BS6 emission norms are implemented. The new version of the Brezza on which Maruti is working, will be powered by a single-engine option, which is the 1.5-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that also powers the Ertiga and the Ciaz. The BS6 version of the Brezza will also get a mild makeover, and a few additional features are likely. In the future, Maruti Suzuki may offer the 1.5-litre diesel engine but it has not been confirmed by the manufacturer officially.