In our latest video, we show you the exterior and the interior of the 2020 Maruti Vitara Brezza facelift VXI model along with briefly comparing it with the ZXI+ trim
The 2020 Maruti Vitara Brezza facelift debuted at the Auto Expo 2020 and is likely to launch in the coming days. The updated version of the country’s most-loved compact SUV has already reached the dealership stockyards and could launch in the coming days. The refreshed Brezza will be available in 4 grades – Lxi, VXi, ZXi and ZXi+. We have come up with a detailed walkaround video of the mid-spec VXI trim.
As can be seen in this video, the refreshed Brezza doesn’t feature any substantial modifications but the small updates it carries do make it look a tad better than before. At the front-end, it carries dual-chamber LED projector headlights, a new grille and a refreshed bumper. That said, fog lamps aren’t a part of the standard accessory list.
In profile, it carries black-coloured roof rails instead of the silver ones on the top-spec trim. It even misses out on the alloy wheels, which are reserved only for the Z-spec trims. The rear carries new taillights and a refreshed bumper. The faux skid plate on both the bumpers is black-coloured, unlike the ZXI+ trim, which gets a silver finish on this part.
On the inside, the new Maruti Vitara Brezza VXI variant gets a multi-function steering wheel, an integrated audio system, automatic climate control unit, multi-function steering wheel, Bluetooth connectivity, rear defogger, push-start/stop button, electrically-adjustable ORVMs and tilt-adjustment for the steering wheel. Compared to the top-spec trim, the VXI variant misses out on sunglass-holder, Smartplay Studio touchscreen infotainment unit, sliding front armrest, 60:40 rear seat split, and rear washer and wiper.
Powering the 2020 Maruti Vitara Brezza is the same K15B 1.5-litre petrol engine that powers the Ciaz and the Ertiga. It outputs a maximum power of 105 PS and a peak torque of 138 Nm. Transmission options include a 4-speed automatic and a 5-speed manual unit. SHVS mild-hybrid technology is available on the former.
The 1.3-litre DDiS turbo-diesel motor available on the pre-facelift model has been shelved owing to its inability to attain compliance with BSVI emission norms. The oil-burner produced 90 PS and 200 Nm and came with 5-speed manual and 5-speed AMT options.