Leaked document lists Brezza variants & features…
The cat is out of the bag! Vitara Brezza has been completely revealed by images leaked by a Team BHP reader. And quite frankly the compact SUV doesn’t emerge as a disruptive design. Not that we expected something out of the ordinary but Maruti is playing way too safe with their designs – first the Baleno and now the Brezza!
Since the overall dimensions do not look extremely catchy, Maruti has endowed the Brezza with dual tone flashy color options to create an impact. And as we have been saying for so long, the disappointment comes when you showcase a wacky design (XA-Alpha) and after a gap of 4 years launch something which is not even remotely connected!
Dual tone colors, roof and ORVMs in contrasting shades – Brezza looks a far cry from the XA Alpha concept. In fact, it looks like a bigger version of the Altos, at least from the pics!
Maruti has tried to design the front fascia aggressively to make up for the overall dull body. It has been chiselled with the front skid plate making things look a little butch. The fog lamps integrated into the bumpers and projector headlamps keep up the ante and the squarish wheel arches complete the package.
Vitara Brezza Variants & Features Leaked
Folks at Overdrive have also leaked an image of a part of a document which lists the variants and features. As has been the word earlier the Vitara Brezza seems to be powered by just the 1.3 liter DDIS diesel engine and will be available in 6 variants…
LDi, LDi(O), VDi, VDi (O), ZDi and ZDi+. Driver side airbag is standard in all variants and the optional trims get passenger airbag, front seatbelt pretensioners, force limiter, ABS and EBD.
LDi gets power steering, folding rear seats, electric ORVM, Bluetooth audio system, manual air con and front power windows. The VDi trim gets rear parking sensors, power windows on all doors, keyless entry, roof rails, electromagnetic tailgate and gear shift indicators.
Like EcoSport, ZDi variant gets bigger profile R16 tyres, dual front airbags, auto air con, projector head lamps, 60:40 split rear seats, steering mounted audio controls, height adjustable driver seat, rear wiper with washer, faux skid plate on front and rear bumpers.
The top end ZDi+ trim gets dual colour exterior paint scheme, cooled glove box SmartPlay infotainment system, push button start, navigation with rear parking camera display, cruise control, rain sensing wipers, power folding ORVMs and automatic head lamps.
So, what do you think – will Maruti’s Brezza be a tough nut against the EcoSport? Launch is on the 3rd!