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Being crazy for the Brezza by Maruti Suzuki, I just had to share this news that I found! Just cannot wait for the facelifted Brezza to be launched in the next year!
A facelifted Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza has been spied undisguised ahead of its launch in early 2020. The updated sub-4-metre SUV gets subtle design revisions and is expected to come with a BS6 compliant petrol engine.
Styling revisions in the facelifted Vitara Brezza include a twin slat chrome grille like the one seen on the bigger Vitara, new headlamps (possibly LED units) and a tweaked front bumper. Moving on to the side, changes are limited to new dual-tone alloy wheels that are expected to be offered as standard in top-spec variants. At the rear, we expect new LED tail lamps and a tweaked rear bumper.
Inside, the facelifted Vitara Brezza could be offered with Maruti’s new Smartplay infotainment system that’s found in newer Maruti Suzuki cars. Features like cruise control, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, climate control, a multi-info display and keyless entry with push-button start will be on offer. It’ll also come with safety features like dual airbags, ABS with EBD as well as rear parking sensors.
The facelifted Vitara Brezza is expected to come with a BS6 compliant petrol engine. It could either be the 1.2-liter Dualjet unit (from the Baleno) or the 1.5-liter K15B engine (from the Ertiga). The Dualjet unit develops 90PS and 113Nm while the K15 engine puts out 105PS and 138Nm. Both engines are offered with a Smart-hybrid system that comes with torque boost and Auto start-stop functions. The chances of seeing the K15 petrol engine are higher thanks to its higher power output. Expect Maruti to offer the Vitara Brezza petrol with a manual and automatic transmission.
The current 1.3-liter diesel engine will not make it to the facelifted model as Maruti Suzuki won’t be upgrading it for BS6 emission norms. However, the 1.5-liter DDIS could be upgraded and be offered in a host of cars like the Brezza, Ertiga and Ciaz, provided there’s enough demand for diesel cars in the BS6 era.
The Vitara Brezza facelift is expected to be launched at Auto Expo 2020. When launched, prices are expected to be in the Rs 8 lakh to Rs 10 lakh range (ex-showroom). Primary rivals for the Vitara Brezza include the Hyundai Venue, Ford EcoSport, Mahindra XUV300, and the upcoming Tata Nexon facelift.
 

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A unique selling point of the Maruti Vitara Brezza facelift will be that it will be the only compact SUV in India to come with a mild-hybrid system; while the Mahindra XUV300 diesel does come with a start-stop system, it is a less sophisticated ‘micro-hybrid’ unit. Like the other petrol-powered mild-hybrid Marutis, the Vitara Brezza will also get a dual-battery setup that will work in conjunction with the engine to provide start-stop and torque-fill functions.

t is a fact that an automated manual transmission (AMT) is a more cost-effective option and the more sophisticated torque converter unit will drive the price of the Vitara Brezza petrol up by a significant amount. We can now confirm that the Vitara Brezza petrol-automatic will be equipped with the same 4-speed torque convertor unit as Maruti’s midsize sedan.

To read more on this bit click on the link mentioned here: Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza petrol-automatic to get torque converter gearbox
 

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Looks like this stylish SUV, Brezza is a much loved car in India. Since it has been in discussion, I felt it was worth mentioning that the car crossed 5 lakh sales in just four years since it was launched in India.
This SUV gave so much not only to its customers but also to the industry by introducing a floating roof, dual color scheme, SMARTPLAY infotainment system to SUVs.
And the fuel efficiency is just awesome!
Looks like this Maruti Suzuki car is going to break records.
 
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