The New 2022 Maruti Suzuki’s Brezza Bookings Commence Ahead of June 30 launch

The New 2022 Maruti Suzuki's Brezza Bookings Commence Ahead of June 30 launch
  • The teaser shows the new 2022 Brezza headlamp with twin L- Shaped LED DRLs. 
  • The CNG version is also expected at the launch. 
  • The electric sunroof, six airbags, ESP, paddle shifters and connected car tech are confirmed. 
  • To lose the “Vitara” moniker and continue with the “Brezza” title.
  • The Brezza will get Maruti’s latest 1.5Litre petrol engine with a newly optional six-speed automatic transmission. 

Maruti Suzuki has put the first teaser image of the new 2022 Brezza. The teaser suggested that the Maruti has dropped the ‘Vitara’ part of the moniker, which might be used for the upcoming compact SUV. The carmaker has also commenced the bookings of the subcompact SUV for a token of Rs 11,000, ahead of its price announcement on June 30, 2022. 

The teaser shows us Brezza’s new LED headlamp styling with the twin L- shaped DRLs.

Following the earlier spy shots, the SUV will spot completely new front, and rear profiles, wider body cladding, new alloys, and sleeker LED tail lamps. 

India’s top carmaker has also confirmed subcompact SUVs features such as connected car tech, six airbags, paddle shifter, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), and an electric sunroof. 

Based on the interior spy shots, it has been made clear that the 2022 Brezza will also get a head-up display, a tweaked instrument cluster, a new steering wheel, 360 degrees camera and the Baleno’s new free-standing nine-inch touch screen infotainment system. 

The new Brezza will be powered by Maruti’s latest 1.5 Litre petrol engine, which recently debuted on the updated Ertiga and XL6. The engine delivers 103PS and 137Nm. While a five-speed manual transmission will be the mainstay, the four-speed manual transmission will be replaced by a new six-speed torque converter. We are also expecting the SUV to be offered with the CNG option, as the Ertiga comes with the same. 

The Vitara Brezza retails from Rs 7.84 Lakh to Rs 11.49 Lakh, and its successor will command a premium over the current prices. It will continue to be sold via Maruti Arena showrooms and not the premium Nexa retail outlets. 

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