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Old 24th November 2017, 10:48   #1261
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The manual says that the recommended tyre pressure is listed on driver's door lock pillar, but, I couldn't locate it. Can anyone please mind telling me where to locate this info?
It's located on driver side door lock area on B pillar. Image is from official review.
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Old 24th November 2017, 19:12   #1262
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Though MS recommends 33/33 psi with up to 4 adults on board, I find the ride too bumpy with the pressure. I guess MS puts FE above everything else (Performance, ride quality)

I usually drive solo in Brezza & I keep 31psi in front tyres & 30 psi in rear tyres. I have found a huge improvement in the ride quality after reducing it from 33 psi. My car runs on stock Alnac (215).

Has anyone remapped Brezza? My car completes 2 years in April & I am highly interested in improving the performance. I understand that only Wolf's provide switchable maps. I can compromise on portability if other tuner can provide a better map.

My questions..
  • Which tuner is recommended for Stage 1 remap?
  • If I go for Wolf's, how easy is it to switch between maps? Can it be done on the fly or without any extra hardware when the car is idle? (Pardon my ignorance)
  • If I follow turbo idle rule religiously, will it affect engine life in significant manner? I won't be driving the car more than 1L kms mark anyway.

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Old 24th November 2017, 21:30   #1263
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My questions..
  • Which tuner is recommended for Stage 1 remap?
  • If I go for Wolf's, how easy is it to switch between maps? Can it be done on the fly or without any extra hardware when the car is idle? (Pardon my ignorance)
  • If I follow turbo idle rule religiously, will it affect engine life in significant manner? I won't be driving the car more than 1L kms mark anyway.
Certainly not an expert. Will try to be helpful with what I’m currently equipped with in relation to your questions. Please see below based on my conversations with other owners in this forum who've positive feedback about Wolf;

1) Wolf Moto looks to be a promising tuner based on various threads here in forum highlighting the service support these guys have on offer.
2) I am not sure if it can be done on fly because its not mentioned anywhere yet. But with just throttle input with the ignition in ON position should help you switch between the maps. NO hardware required to switch. Just use the A pedal (experts correct me if I'm wrong)
3) Turbo charged engines should follow this turbo rule is what I learnt after reading our own forums article here
Since you aren't really planning on keeping the car for 1L kms, then I do not think you shouldn't be worried unless you clock the lakh kms quickly depending on your usage. Even otherwise, it's better to follow the idle rule.

Experts in this forum can guide you further

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Old 27th November 2017, 19:40   #1264
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Vitara Brezza races past 200,000 sales in 20 months of its launch.

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The Maruti Vitara Brezza’s ride to 200,000 unit sales has been a breezy one: 50,000 in seven months, 100,000 in less than a year, 150,000 in 17 months and now the 200,000 landmark in 20 months.
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Launched on March 8, 2016, the SUV has averaged monthly sales of 10,005 units
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Brezza with custom "Jeep" Grill
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Brezza with custom "Jeep" Grill
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My personal opinion - an EYESORE!
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Hey guys,
Please suggest, is it better to to ahead and get one Brezza now or will it be better to wait till the new year. I had booked one on October last and chances are that i can get lucky and get one this December itself according to the dealer. Now i am worried about having a car that is old a little too soon. A bit snobbish from my part, i agree, but its a priced possession, right?
What will be the price hike next January, will it be over-compensating the resale value fall of a 2017-last model?
Should i get one this December or get one in January or February? I am not in a hurry by any means.
Another doubt,any news of any Brezza facelift as of now?
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Hey guys,
Please suggest, is it better to to ahead and get one Brezza now or will it be better to wait till the new year. I had booked one on October last and chances are that i can get lucky and get one this December itself according to the dealer. Now i am worried about having a car that is old a little too soon. A bit snobbish from my part, i agree, but its a priced possession, right?
What will be the price hike next January, will it be over-compensating the resale value fall of a 2017-last model?
Should i get one this December or get one in January or February? I am not in a hurry by any means.
Another doubt,any news of any Brezza facelift as of now?
Try to get the delivery of your Brezza in Jan'18. However dealer will most probably give you a one which is manufactured in Dec'17. Which i would suggest not to agree.

You should go for your Brezza which has both manufacturing and registration date in Jan'18. Yes as always all companies do a price hike in new year, however that would be marginally like 1 to 2 % of your overall vehicle cost, but when it comes to resale trust me it will be a lot better if you have a 2018 model vs 2017.
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Has anyone on the forum installed the electrochromic mirror/auto-dimming IRVM that’s listed as an accessory on their Vitara Brezza?
If so, I’d be grateful if you could post some pictures of the same.
Thanks in advance.

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I have seen that auto dimming IRVM when Brezza was launched. It came with all the associated wiring etc, and looked proper plug and play. It was priced at around 7k if memory serves me right.
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I have seen that auto dimming IRVM when Brezza was launched. It came with all the associated wiring etc, and looked proper plug and play. It was priced at around 7k if memory serves me right.
The last time I checked, it was priced at ₹6350/-
However, Iím more curious to know if itís the same one being used as in the Baleno, S-Cross, Ciaz, etc.
If so, I have a wicked DIY planned up ahead.
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Hey guys,
Please suggest, is it better to to ahead and get one Brezza now or will it be better to wait till the new year. I had booked one on October last and chances are that i can get lucky and get one this December itself according to the dealer. Now i am worried about having a car that is old a little too soon. A bit snobbish from my part, i agree, but its a priced possession, right?
What will be the price hike next January, will it be over-compensating the resale value fall of a 2017-last model?
Should i get one this December or get one in January or February? I am not in a hurry by any means.
Another doubt,any news of any Brezza facelift as of now?

Guess, to the max, an AGS DDiS Brezza might be launched during Auto Expo (imo). Launching petrol version is a distant dream. Else M.S.I.L. is just left with showcasing Jimmy as a ready version.
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Fixed Fog light HID projectors with low & high beam functionality
I sourced it from 3 sellers on AliExpress.
Total cost Rs.6000 odd.

Many Thanks for BHPian a4anurag, who gladly agreed to install it,
Hats off for his passion for cars & modifications,
His tool kit would put a auto accessories professional to shame.
Drove from Bangalore to Hyderabad just for this job
Many thanks to BHPians Dr.Naren, Keynote & Sudeep for suggestions & help.

Let the pictures do the talking now.
Pls Note: all images shot on Mobile phones, Pls excuse the image quality
First 2 images are of BHPian a4anurag working on my car in my hotel room parking lot.
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Let the pictures do the talking now.

Those pictures actually do a lot of talking. Great work guys. The brightness and focus of the fog lights are really amazing and I am sure you would be finding a sea of difference in the lighting. Hope it doesn't affect the warranty?
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Fixed Fog light HID projectors with low & high beam functionality
I sourced it from 3 sellers on AliExpress.
Total cost Rs.6000 odd.
Thanks. Would you mind sharing the links please? I plan to install the same ones on my Punto. However, I had thought about the following 3 options -
1. Housing from Aliexpress and bulbs + ballast locally
2. Housing + bulbs from Aliexpress and ballast locally
3. Everything from Aliexpress.

Iím open to DIY, and know a couple of cars with a similar setup which I can look upto for reference.
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