2022 Maruti Vitara Brezza Front
The dimensions are more proportionate now

Select dealerships unofficially open bookings for upcoming Maruti Suzuki Brezza

Just days after the 2023 Maruti Suzuki Brezza was caught on our roads for the first time, select dealerships have now commenced offline bookings for the upcoming compact SUV. So, your nearest dealer might accept bookings too.

The upcoming Brezza is expected to command a crazy waiting period spanning months post launch as it’s the first generation change for the SUV. It’s also expected to regain its lost ground to Tata Nexon and widen the gap further with the Hyundai Venue.

The upcoming car has reportedly shed its ‘Vitara’ name and now just called ‘Brezza’. It not only looks wider and proportionate now like a proper SUV but also has interesting design elements.

At the front, there are chunky chrome strips sporting new design with the Suzuki logo at the centre. Even the piano black bumper has chunky strips and a grille could hardly be seen. The twin-pod LED headlamps and drls are latest addition and look striking.

The matte black rugged body cladding has been carried forward from the existing car which further accentuates the SUV stance. The car gets a dual-tone finish with piano black dominating the top half. The roof-rails are finished in contrast white though.

At the rear, the tail lamps look sleek and refreshing. There are new cuts and creases which provide a busy look. The word ‘Brezza’ is written in bold to make people forget the ‘Vitara’ name altogether. The number plate is prominently fixed on the tail gate.

2023 Maruti Suzuki Brezza
The tail lights are now sleeker

The cabin is expected to be completely overhauled too. Maruti Suzuki is likely to provide a new floating touchscreen infotainment, a new instrument cluster, sunroof, paddle shifters, connected car technology, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 6 airbags, TPMS, and a 360-degree camera.

The company might install the updated 1.5-litre K15 engine borrowed from the new Ertiga and XL6. In its current form, the mild-hybrid mill puts out 102 HP and 137 Nm. There would be an option to choose either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed torque converter automatic gearbox.

The upcoming Brezza would command a premium over the existing Vitara Brezza and it will be launched in just about a month.

The SUV competes against the likes of the Toyota Urban Cruiser, Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue, Tata Nexon, Renault Kiger, Nissan Magnite, and Kia Sonet.

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