With more than 50,000 pending orders for the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza, it’s clear that the demand is more than the company’s current production. And that accounts for up to nine months of waiting period on certain variants. But if you’re in the market for a new Brezza, you’ll be glad to know that the waiting period is going to reduce as Maruti Suzuki has announced an increase in the production of its very successful sub-compact SUV.
From July onwards, the company will product 10,000 monthly units of the vehicle, reports Economic Times.
In terms of sales, the company has despatched 20,588 units since the time of launch, with Vitara breaching the 7,000 monthly units barrier in the second month itself.
To recapitulate, the Vitara Brezza is only available in a diesel version only — powered by the Fiat-derived 1.3-liter Multijet unit that makes 89 hp. With dual-tone paint, wide tyres, and a crossover SUV stance, the Vitara Brezza has managed to win a lot of heats.
Prices start at Rs 6.99 lakh onwards, which means it’s quite competitive, too. The top-spec version gets things like cruise control, Apple CarPlay-ready infotainment unit, and projector headlamps. The base version gets a driver airbag as standard while dual airbags and ABS can be opted for, thanks to cost-effective safety packs.