Step inside and you notice similarity with other Maruti Suzuki vehicles. Seating posture is nice, visibility is excellent and the all-black color theme adds a touch of sportiness. Though space is more than ample up front, the quality of materials used is not the best in segment. The top end version comes loaded with lot of creature comforts but yet, at the back, you do not get air-con vents. Space at the rear is good for two but just about ok for three.
Brezza is available in India with 6 variants. The base variant is the LDi variant that gets driver side airbag, dual horn, music system with USB, aux-in and Bluetooth connectivity, front power windows, electrically adjustable ORVMs and tilt steering.
LDi(O) variant is the one that gets more safety features compared to the base variant. In addition to the features on the base variant, the LDI(O) variant gets dual front airbags, ABS, EBD and front seat belt pretensioner with force limiter.
Next in line is the VDi variant that gets body coloured door handles and ORVMs, roof rail, full wheel caps, keyless entry and rear power windows. This variant however doesn’t get dual front airbags and other safety features that LDi(O) gets but LDi doesn’t.
VDi(O) is the safety feature equipped VDi variant and gets all the safety features that the LDi(O) gets.
Above the VDi(O) variant lies the ZDi variant that gets the following features over and above the features of the lower spec trims – alloy wheels, projector headlamps, front fog lamps, rear wiper, rear defogger, steering mounted audio controls, auto climate control, height adjustable driver seat and rear armrest.
Top variant in the Brezza range is the ZDi+ variant. It gets the following features in addition to all the features of lower trims – dual tone exterior colours, ORVMs with turn indicators, reverse parking camera, SmartPlay system with voice command and navigation, front armrest, engine start/stop button, cruise control, auto headlamp and rain sensing wipers.
The Vitara Brezza has a 328-litre boot which is less than the EcoSport (346 litres)
The Vitara Brezza gets a sporty looking instrument cluster - this also has a driver information display
The Vitara Brezza has a sporty gear-lever : gear shift quality is also nice.
The Vitara Brezza gets 2 cup holders as standard - these are placed on the right side of the hand brake lever.
The Vitara Brezza gets dual glovebox : this is very rare in the price segment. Upper one has cooling feature to top end version.
The Vitara Brezza is offered with a 2-DIN multimedia system as standard. Higher trim levels get a touch screen infotainment system.
The Vitara Brezza gets automatic climate control on the top end variant. There are no rear a/c vents though.
Most variants of the Vitara Brezza get a rear centre armrest, only the top end variant gets a front centre armrest with storage space.
The Vitara Brezza has air vents on the dashboard. There are no rear ac vents.
The Vitara Brezza has comfortable seats with fabric covers. Leather is not offered.
The Vitara Brezza has great leg room for both front and rear passengers. Space is slightly more than the EcoSport.
The Vitara Brezza has ample knee-room for all passengers
The Vitara Brezza has ample shoulder space for 3 people to sit side-by-side
The Vitara Brezza has ample head room for all passengers
The Vitara Brezza is offered with steering-mounted controls on some variants
Front power windows are standard on all versions. Rear are offered from VDi onwards.
The Vitara Brezza gets Keyless entry as standard from VDi version onwards.
Driver Information Display
The Vitara Brezza gets a driver information display as standard : shows outside temp, fuel economy and DTE