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Old 20th May 2016, 16:48   #481
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When driving Brezza in tight spaces it actually turns faster than u think it would. Turning radius is not an issue at all. I guess it's 5.2m.
thanks - I realize that the Brezza has an awesome turning radius given its dimension. But my doubt is relative the old model of i20 (2009 model) that I have. Somehow I thought that my i20 has a turning radius of 4.8m and it barely is able to survive in my home lane. Which is why I'm concerned.
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thanks - I realize that the Brezza has an awesome turning radius given its dimension. But my doubt is relative the old model of i20 (2009 model) that I have. Somehow I thought that my i20 has a turning radius of 4.8m and it barely is able to survive in my home lane. Which is why I'm concerned.
Arrange for a TD and ask them to get the vehicle to your home. Then you can also try to park it yourself. I did the same and accordingly planned my parking. Many people have done the same.
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OT: Like i had put here earlier, I got my granite grey Brezza and wanted to make it dual tone. My initial choice was white on top and the ORVMs but it looked too much of a contrast. So i decided to go with glossy black. I dont know if it makes much of a difference but at times it stands out.

I went to the 3M guys (80 ft road, Ashwathnagar), the quote was 363/sq ft (no discount). I was not too happy with their work on the ORVMs but in their defense the top finish and now the ORVMs (after 3 visits) have been rectified to its possible best.
Looks good. Not much of a contrast though. Why are the OVRMs poorly wrapped?
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Re: Maruti Vitara Brezza : Official Review

These two cars together, that too in the same colour deserved a snap!

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Old 21st May 2016, 10:04   #485
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These two cars together, that too in the same colour deserved a snap!
The rear view, the Brezza looks much bigger in size compared to Creta.
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These two cars together, that too in the same colour deserved a snap!
Looks like Maruti copied the tail light design from Creta . The Creta looks so much better
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If Maruti can cook up something in a bigger size with the width on offer, they could be very successful.

They are letting Hyundai and Renault gather a big share in that segment and should get something quickly.
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If Maruti can cook up something in a bigger size with the width on offer, they could be very successful.
I totally agree on this.
My dad wanted to get the Brezza, but I just did not see the point in going for a car that is barely bigger than my Swift for over 10 Lacs.

I love the front looks of Brezza, but it looks just too ugly from the side profile.

I would rather go for BRV by spending another 3 Lacs.

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I totally agree on this.
My dad wanted to get the Brezza, but I just did not see the point in going for a car that is barely bigger than my Swift for over 10 Lacs.

I love the front looks of Brezza, but it looks just too ugly from the side profile.

I would rather go for BRV by spending another 3 Lacs.

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I drove behind one on the expressway for like 10 kilometres and figured I was not happy with the rear looks at all how much ever I tried to digest.

Let the booking go and started looking somewhere else.
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These two cars together, that too in the same colour deserved a snap!

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The Brezza is not ZDi/Zdi+. It loses styling elements in lower models so can't make a proper comparison in the pic. Creta looks better marginally. Thy should have kept the S Cross tail lights on Brezza which are better designed than even Creta I believe.
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I drove behind one on the expressway for like 10 kilometres and figured I was not happy with the rear looks at all how much ever I tried to digest.

Let the booking go and started looking somewhere else.
If I really wanted to buy a car that seats 5 comfortably, comparatively modern, decently fun to drive on highway (don't care about city, in Bangalore you only inch forward in bumper to bumper traffic) and RELIABLE, I would pick the S - Cross 200.

Brezza shows the true potential of S-cross.

Plus I get a full sized car, not a 4 meter inflated hatch.

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What if I told you I like the looks from rear and like it more than that of creta! the side profile is the cleanest I've seen and that's one of the reason I bought brezza. The mulah would do more justice if there was a bigger engine given at this price point. But then, again last time when they offered a better engine (added to it the absurd pricing) it was a clear result which read, India has a few, very few who would pick a vehicle not just for 'kitna deti hai'. There's very little that one can hate about brezza. But not really anything specific which you would love. That's Indian market on which MSIL leverages. Neutrality towards everything.
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The Brezza is not ZDi/Zdi+. It loses styling elements in lower models so can't make a proper comparison in the pic. Creta looks better marginally. Thy should have kept the S Cross tail lights on Brezza which are better designed than even Creta I believe.
Not being a dual tone colour felt like an advantage to me since it's easier to compare the dimensions and lines if both are in the same colour.

Also, forgot to add- I felt Creta was the better looker, but Brezza was drawing the attention of other office goers, probably due to the more accessible price point it comes at! People were discussing about it after getting into the office lift lobby as well.
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There is a mismatch on the left corner side of the image.We can say an error in the lens. The backside of Breeza is straight, while a curve can be found in Creta. Although, Creta is definitely bigger in size. Should we compare these two cars,which have different engine capacities?
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Does anyone feel the Brezza looks similar to the new Wagon-R. The Brezza from the front looks pretty much like a widened Wagon-R.
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