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Old 13th February 2020, 14:18   #331
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Anybody has any concrete info on when this is launching? The dealership I spoke to was clueless when I said its launching on the 15th. Similarly a Nexa dealer told me the Ignis launch will be on 22nd. He was also clueless on S-Cross petrol launch and said it will launch in March.

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Launching on 15th Feb. 2020 , Vitara Brezza (P) bookings open officially!


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Old 14th February 2020, 08:52   #333
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Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Facelift: Variant-wise Features Revealed

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Prices expected to range from Rs 7 lakh to Rs 10.5 lakh
Suzuki has tweaked the variant wise feature distribution a bit for the new Brezza. No mention of 'Electronic Stability Program' though. Only 'Hill Hold' is additional for Automatic variants.
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Old 14th February 2020, 10:28   #334
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Suzuki has tweaked the variant wise feature distribution a bit for the new Brezza.
DRLs from VXI onwards . I really want those lights on my Brezza. They've made the feature distribution much better. ZXI finally gets a touchscreen infotainment system but there's no reverse parking camera. I have a feeling that the sales will take a huge hit because the USP of the Brezza was the mileage which has gone down considerably.
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So, as per the report published in Car Dekho variants distribution are almost clear, as per this link :

https://www.google.co.in/amp/s/www.c...18.htm%3famp=1

Colour Options:

• Metallic Sizzling Red (new)
• Autumn Orange
• Granite Grey
• Pearl Arctic White
• Premium Silver
• Torque Blue (new)
• Granite Grey with Autumn Orange roof (new)
• Metallic Sizzling Red with Midnight Black roof (new)
• Torque Blue with Midnight Black roof (new).

Standard safety features:

• Dual front airbags
• ABS with EBD
• Rear parking sensors
• ISOFIX child seat anchors
• High-speed alert system

Maruti Vitara Brezza LXI MT Features Exterior:
• Halogen projector headlamps with LED guide lights (same as old Zdi and Zdi plus)
• 16-inch steel wheels
• High mounted rear stop lamp
• LED tail lamps
• Body-coloured door handles and body-coloured bumpers.
• ORVMs, turn indicators on ORVMs and

Convenience:
• Manual day/night IRVM,
• Front and Rear power windows,
• Manual AC
• Central locking with keyless entry, •Electrically adjustable ORVMs
• Tilt-adjustable steering.
• Infotainment: 2-DIN music system with Bluetooth and FM.

• Maruti Vitara Brezza VXI MT/AT ,Features (over LXI):

Safety: Hill Hold (AT only).

Exterior:
• LED projector headlamps
• LED DRLs
• Black roof rails and wheel covers.
Interior:
• Door armrest with fabric
• Glove box
• Footwell illumination

Convenience:
• Electrically foldable ORVMs
• Rear defogger
• Steering-mounted controls
• Push-button start
• Rear seat headrest
• Auto AC.

​​​​​​Maruti Vitara Brezza ZXI MT/AT Features (over VXI):
Exterior:
• Gunmetal grey roof rails
• Black alloy wheels.

Convenience:
• Rear washer and wiper
• Height-adjustable driver seat
• 60:40 split rear seats,
• Cruise control
• Rear centre armrest with cup holder.

Infotainment: 7-inch SmartPlay Studio system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

​​​Maruti Vitara Brezza ZXI+ MT/AT

Features (over ZXI ) Exterior:
• LED fog lamps
• Diamond-cut alloys and dual-tone colours (optional).
Interior: Leather steering wheel.

Convenience:
• Auto-dimming IRVM,
• Reverse parking camera
• Sliding front armrest with cup holders, • Height-adjustable driver seat,
• Rain-sensing wipers
• Auto headlamps
• Auto-folding ORVMs.

Variants are re-jiged,I usually say in maruti Zxi/zdi variants are value for money and Zxi/Zdi plus are quality for money in the above variant distribution ,ZXI still remains value for money Infact we can add (Auto Irvm, Reverse camera,Front armrest & Auto folding Orvms without even voiding warranty) but only for Auto headlamps & Auto wipers some tweaks may be required it can also be done not sure though. Zxi plus isn’t quality for money now even the dual tone can be managed.

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Feature distribution is nice. For someone on a tight budget, LXi variant makes complete sense. It gets standard safety (if there is ) features, all four power windows, basic infotainment system, projector headlights and body coloured handles and ORVMs. This variant would be my recommendation because everything else, engine + mechanicals + space + quality, remains the same as top-of-the-line variants. Spend 30k on a set of alloy wheels and fog lamps and you have a practical no non-sense car that also looks amazing.
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Height adjustable driver seat available only in top variant is not good, this is an essential requirement rather than anything to do with premium or convenience features.

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What time is the pricing getting announced?
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Maruti Suzukiís Vitara Brezza (P) to launch on 15th Feb.
15 February has come and gone, has the car been launched? Did I miss it or was it a ploy by Maruti? I would love to see the finer details of the car as well as it's pricing. The brochure for petrol Brezza is not yet available.
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15 February has come and gone, has the car been launched? Did I miss it or was it a ploy by Maruti? --
Obviously Car Dekho had got the date wrong. Expect the launch sometime next week.. 19th?


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Here's information on the Toyota version of the Brezza. Wonder what they are going to call it? Wouldn't be surprised if the Ciaz replaces the Corolla in Toyota showrooms

https://m.indianautosblog.com/toyota...il-p319805/amp
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Colour scheme resembles the AC premier padmini taxies in Mumbai!

edit: and also of the subsequent Santros and Wagon-Rs

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Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza facelift to launch in April instead of February.
Source: Carwale
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They are not selling the diesel, they won't sell Petrol till April, so for March they won't sell a single Brezza? I find it difficult to believe.
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Here's information on the Toyota version of the Brezza. Wonder what they are going to call it? Wouldn't be surprised if the Ciaz replaces the Corolla in Toyota showrooms

https://m.indianautosblog.com/toyota...il-p319805/amp
Looks more like miniaturized Land Cruiser Prado!
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