August 3, 2021




Steering and braking is another area where the Brezza scores more points. In an effort to compensate for the raised centre of gravity, Maruti engineers have given it a stiffer suspension setup. As a result, the Brezza feels much more composed around corners than the Baleno. There is more grip too, thanks to wider 215/60 R 16 tyres. It even has better steering feel and the brakes feel stronger too. The ride feels a bit on the firmer side, but there is adequate cushioning and bump absorption from the taller sidewalls of the tyres.


The Brezza comes with driver airbags as standard in all variants with the option of passenger airbags and ABS in the LDI and VDI trim. The top end models come loaded with key less entry, push button start, reverse camera, satellite navigation, Bluetooth telephony, cruise control, auto headlamps, rain sensing wipers, electrically folding mirrors etc. With base models prices starting from Rs. 6.99 lakhs (Ex.showroom Delhi), it comes across as good value too. Clearly, the Brezza is the best of what can be made in India, if we tried.




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