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Old 29th May 2016, 22:39   #556
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Are Brezza owners sticking to the current seating material or considering new covers? I'm not sure whether I should even think of a new option or keep it as is. The fake/ faux leather seem to have issues with breathing/ air transfer, leather is too expensive for me at this stage, which leaves the micro fibre. I'm even thinking cloth/ jute at this stage. Any suggestions?
I did not like any of the seat covers being offered at my place. But the fabric seats also leave my back sweating. Till the time I dont find any good seat cover, I'll be using the same original ones or maybe towels till I find something good. Mine is a ZDi+.
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Is it only me, or the seat squabs of the Vitara Brezza is truly shorter than S-Cross?? We are looking to upgrade from our Ritz ZXi and we have loved the comfort of our Ritz.

Kindly have a look at the pics-

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Also, there was a news about the Vitara Brezza and S-Cross coming with 1.5L petrol engines. When is that variant coming?? I am not really convinced about the 1.0L boosterjet, and would prefer the larger displacement 1.5L N/A motor.
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Is it only me, or the seat squabs of the Vitara Brezza is truly shorter than S-Cross?? We are looking to upgrade from our Ritz ZXi and we have loved the comfort of our Ritz.

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Seat squabs of Brezza is smaller than S-Cross. I was very disappointed with both front and rear seats of Brezza. S-Cross has better space & comport. Even rear seats get better underthigh support.

And ya, you wouldn't believe me about this, My baleno has wider front seats than S-Cross.
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Is it only me, or the seat squabs of the Vitara Brezza is truly shorter than S-Cross?? We are looking to upgrade from our Ritz ZXi and we have loved the comfort of our Ritz.

Kindly have a look at the pics-
Spot on. The squab in the Brezza is indeed lesser than the S-cross. That's what gives you the feeling that the interiors are more spacious than the Ecosport cause the seats are a size smaller.

I noticed that straightaway and found I was sitting on top of the seats rather than in them.
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Since its launch on March 8, 2016, the Vitara Brezza has received a great response in the Indian market. The company sold 7,832 units of the car in the month of April.


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Finally, I'm through what I would call the most difficult phase of owning a Brezza: the break-in period. Crossed 1000 kms in less than 2 weeks all thanks to my weekend Pune-Mumbai round trips. As advised by many bhpians, kept the rev needle below the 2k mark all through and I must admit that I'm very well acquainted with the term turbo-lag now.
I'm also facing an issue with the parcel tray. On uneven roads, it keeps rattling and harms the otherwise peaceful cabin. I did bring it to the notice of the technician during the first service but the issue still persists. Don't know if it's a common problem with all the Brezzas. Though, I must admit that there's been a huge difference in how the car accelerates now even below 2k rpm. I thought that the first service was just a formality but it feels as though the technician has turned on the turbo now.

All in all, it's been a very pleasant experience and every time I park her somewhere, I try my best to not look back but fail.

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Finally, I'm through what I would call the most difficult phase of owning a Brezza: the break-in period. Crossed 1000 kms in less than 2 weeks all thanks to my weekend Pune-Mumbai round trips. As advised by many bhpians, kept the rev needle below the 2k mark all through and I must admit that I'm very well acquainted with the term turbo-lag now.
I'm also facing an issue with the parcel tray. On uneven roads, it keeps rattling and harms the otherwise peaceful cabin. I did bring it to the notice of the technician during the first service but the issue still persists. Don't know if it's a common problem with all the Brezzas. Though, I must admit that there's been a huge difference in how the car accelerates now even below 2k rpm. I thought that the first service was just a formality but it feels as though the technician has turned on the turbo now.

All in all, it's been a very pleasant experience and every time I park her somewhere, I try my best to not look back but fail.
No rattling in our car yet. This despite removal and refitment of most panels for putting additional lamination for floor, replacement of front windshield and running a rear view cam cable.

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Got a call today from Kavisha Motors Bareilly (U.P) regarding my booking for ZDI+ Dual Tone Red & Black Brezza. Our car will arrive within the next 7-10 days. Will write a full in depth review of initial ownership of the car once it arrives. Booked the car on 24th April. Not that long of a wait, isn't? I was told 27 weeks but here they are calling just after 5 weeks
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Spot on. The squab in the Brezza is indeed lesser than the S-cross. That's what gives you the feeling that the interiors are more spacious than the Ecosport cause the seats are a size smaller.

I noticed that straightaway and found I was sitting on top of the seats rather than in them.
The seats fold differently in the Brezza compared to the Ecosport. Maybe that is why.

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I'm also facing an issue with the parcel tray. On uneven roads, it keeps rattling and harms the otherwise peaceful cabin. I did bring it to the notice of the technician during the first service but the issue still persists. Don't know if it's a common problem with all the Brezzas.
I faced a similar rattling sound. I used a double side tape and attached a strip of rubber:

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No rattling in our car yet. This despite removal and refitment of most panels for putting additional lamination for floor, replacement of front windshield and running a rear view cam cable.
I'm also looking for an aftermarket rear view cam. Could you post some pics of the entire setup in your car and also tell me how much you had to shell out for everything?


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I faced a similar rattling sound. I used a double side tape and attached a strip of rubber:

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I thought of everything and was on the verge of taking out the parcel tray altogether. But this should help. Great work buddy. Thanks!
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I'm also looking for an aftermarket rear view cam. Could you post some pics of the entire setup in your car and also tell me how much you had to shell out for everything?

I thought of everything and was on the verge of taking out the parcel tray altogether. But this should help. Great work buddy. Thanks!
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The seats fold differently in the Brezza compared to the Ecosport. Maybe that is why.
I faced a similar rattling sound. I used a double side tape and attached a strip of rubber:

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Contact Sandeep Sahni if you are in Mumbai. He runs the autotrends.in website. Different types of cameras and screens available at lesser than Amazon prices with COD as well to all places in India. I paid around 2300 total. Made a stupidity of getting installed outside. It's pretty easy to do yourself if you are a geeky person. 9870058090 is his number. Try to use the website itself and only use number if there's some issue.

Rattling of parcel tray does happen. I'm thinking of attaching a weight to it to prevent it from lifting up with vibrations.

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Vitara Brezza response is beyond what we expected – Maruti Suzuki

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Chairman of Maruti Suzuki India, and a Padma Bhushan recepient, Mr. R C Bhargava has revealed that the response to Vitara Brezza has been beyond expectation.

Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza compact SUV has seen outstanding demand ever since launch and bookings have crossed the 75,000 mark while waiting period now stands at anything between 7-10 months. This waiting period could be pushed ahead even further with the recent fire at Subros’ Manesar Facility, a leading supplier of air conditioners for Maruti Suzuki India Limited.

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Took delivery of my Brezza ZDI (white) on Sunday morning. Had a poor delivery experience, more about it in the ownership thread coming soon.

I had a hectic schedule at work, and couldn't give it all the love it deserved. Planning to take it to 3M for paint sealant, anti-rust and PPF this Sunday.

I'm unable to figure out how to make calls using the call buttons on steering, but to be fair I haven't spent enough time trying to figure it out. I've got the phonebook synced already. When I press the call button on steering, it takes me to bluetooth setup, and not to the phonebook. Anybody here can share how to use it? Also, does anybody have link to soft copy of the user manual? MS website hasn't been updated with the brezza's manual yet.
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Took delivery of my Brezza ZDI (white) on Sunday morning. Had a poor delivery experience, more about it in the ownership thread coming soon.

I had a hectic schedule at work, and couldn't give it all the love it deserved. Planning to take it to 3M for paint sealant, anti-rust and PPF this Sunday.

I'm unable to figure out how to make calls using the call buttons on steering, but to be fair I haven't spent enough time trying to figure it out. I've got the phonebook synced already. When I press the call button on steering, it takes me to bluetooth setup, and not to the phonebook. Anybody here can share how to use it? Also, does anybody have link to soft copy of the user manual? MS website hasn't been updated with the brezza's manual yet.
Call button on steering is only for receiving a call and disconnecting it. (Two buttons). For the rest of all calling functionalities you have to use the touch screen.
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