New Maruti Vitara Brezza Petrol Launch Done – Know Details
New Vitara Brezza Petrol Launch Could Happen soon as the manufacturer wants to push out diesels
The Vitara Brezza has been Maruti Suzuki’s successful offering in the compact SUV segment. When it was launched back in March 2016, 50,000 units were already sold in just seven months and as of July 2017, Suzuki managed to sell 1.45 lac Brezza’s across the country, that too without including petrol or automatic variants. Suzuki now plans to launch a petrol variant to strengthen the Vitara Brezza’s already impressive proposition. The all-new Vitara Brezza will be available in three new dual tone color options – Sizzling Red with midnight Black roof, Torque Blue with midnight Black roof and Granite Grey with Autumn Orange roof.
Maruti Suzuki India Limited today announced the prices of the all-new Vitara Brezza, unveiled at the Auto Expo 2020. In its newest form, compact SUV Vitara Brezza, offers enhanced sportiness, bolder looks, stronger stance, premium interiors and a host of new features. Equipped with the powerful 1.5 Litre K-series BS6 petrol engine, Vitara Brezza is sure to delight customers. The compact SUV will be offered with 5-speed manual and old school 4-speed automatic transmission with Smart Hybrid.
Launched in 2016, the Vitara Brezza became an instant hit as it took the market by storm, emerging as the most awarded compact SUV. It established Maruti Suzuki as a leader in Utility Vehicle segment. Vitara Brezza’s dominance over the segment is evident from the fact that in less than 4 years of its launch it has sold over 500,000 units.
Price (Ex-Showroom, Delhi):
Price (in Rs.)
Zxi+ Dual Tone
Zxi (AT) with Smart Hybrid
Zxi+ (AT) with Smart Hybrid
Zxi+ (AT) Dual Tone
Vxi (AT) with Smart Hybrid
The Vitara Brezza Petrol will go head to head against the Ford Ecosport Petrol, the Tata Nexon Petrol, Mahindra XUV 300 petrol and the Honda WR-V Petrol. The Petrol Brezza will be identical to its diesel sibling when it comes to looks and features except for the petrol badging on the boot lid.