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Old 14th June 2016, 19:30   #631
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Got tweeters installed on my Brezza ZDI when it went for first service yesterday, and the sound quality has improved a lot. I would definitely recommend all the owners with trims ZDI and below to get these MGA tweeters ( I guess it was Hertz). The sound quality has improved a lot and it costs only 1790 INR.
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-Rear defogger
-Rear wiper


Except for the rear seat armrest, I'm ok not having any of the above. Were they worth and additional Rs 70k cash down to me? Nope. To someone else they would be absolutely worth it.

The arguments are endless. In the end it's all about what works for you and your situation.
The rear defogger and wiper is a must in rainy and dusty conditions. You are correct in saying that it all depends on the needs and requirements but some features are more of a necessity than show-off. We have a Ritz VXi in family and we do miss the rear wiper a lot. There have been times when we had to stop and clear up the rear windshield with cloth.
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Old 15th June 2016, 14:25   #633
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Not sure if this a reliable news
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Poor Quality delivered by Maruti Vitara Brezza, Sudden rain and hailstorm in Gurugram (Gurgaon) on Wednesday, 25th May 2016 caused several dents on bonnet & roof of Brezza. whereas there were many other cars parked along with brezza which were uneffected.
Source - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

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Source - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=3&theater

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Took test drive for the Vitara Brezza yesterday and finalized the ZDi variant.

Waiting 37 weeks. The dealer is currently delivering 22nd March booked vehicles. So ideally the car should reach by Aug end. The SA also mentioned that bookings are more for the (O) variants and the ZDi+. So if I am lucky, the car could come a little early.

Quick question though. Registration charges are on ex-showroom or on ex-showroom - VAT?

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Took test drive for the Vitara Brezza yesterday and finalized the ZDi variant.
From what we've seen so far, the deliveries are faster than quoted. Almost 1/3-1/2 the quoted period.
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A different pattern/treatment on the front grille would have made it perfect. This one looks a bit tacky. Loved the alloys though.

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A different pattern/treatment on the front grille would have made it perfect. This one looks a bit tacky. Loved the alloys though.

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Woah! Is this yours? Completely revamped the car. It was already the top model so wonder why anything more was deemed necessary. Looks unique though.
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A different pattern/treatment on the front grille would have made it perfect. This one looks a bit tacky. Loved the alloys though.

Wow! That looks stunning!! Two things would have made this even more awesome with a clean look,

1. If the extra detailing with the silver buttons on the wheel arches weren't there.

2. Like you've said, removing the extra plastic on the grill and just rebadging the Suzuki logo itself would make this beast smokin hot.
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Woah! Is this yours? Completely revamped the car. It was already the top model so wonder why anything more was deemed necessary. Looks unique though.
This aint mine. Got it from my friend on Whatsapp. Yes, it's the top end.
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Nice mods on the car.

There is a link about the same

http://www.motoroids.com/news/this-s...o-stand-apart/
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A different pattern/treatment on the front grille would have made it perfect. This one looks a bit tacky. Loved the alloys though.
It's a beaut. The owner (I think) has uploaded a video on youtube, the comments say he was trying to make it look like the RR Evoque. Can't say I'm a big fan of the grille, but the removal of chrome from the boot and the wheels get my vote. Although the Vossens will probably 'worsen' the ride quality. The Acelera tyres are chinese, but I can say from experience that they are awesomely grippy, though soft. He'd be lucky if they last more than 15K kms.

The wheel arch and skid plates are MGA, right? I'm wondering if that front waterfall grille is available in chrome or brushed aluminium.

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A different pattern/treatment on the front grille would have made it perfect. This one looks a bit tacky. Loved the alloys though...
Not to my taste! Too many additional red and black bits - the bonnet grill, the chrome plate above the number plate, skid plates, lug nuts etc! The simple silver pieces would have made the looks better IMO.
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The owner (I think) has uploaded a video on youtube, the comments say he was trying to make it look like the RR Evoque.
Tried to make a RangeRover, But at the end what he got was just a Landwind.
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Not to my taste! Too many additional red and black bits - the bonnet grill, the chrome plate above the number plate, skid plates, lug nuts etc! The simple silver pieces would have made the looks better IMO.
And not mention the low profile tyres on an SUV! They look good on low-riders. SUVs look good in small rim and high profile tyres.
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