Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza VDi (O) variant explained in images, waiting period hit 22 weeks for this variant
The Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza has been a revelation in the Indian market already and the bookings are on an all-time high for the sub-compact SUV. In our LDi variant explanation, we detailed you every bit of the base model and now we have come up with the complete break-up of the middle VDi variant.
There are very few elements that differentiate the entry level model and the middle-spec variant but the changes have been made very visual to justify the price tag. As like any other trim, the VDi has been powered by the 1.3-litre DDiS 200 diesel motor capable of producing 90 PS and 200 Nm of torque and comes linked with a five-speed manual gearbox. The driver airbag is being provided as standard across all variants.
The VDi variant is priced at Rs. 7.62 lakh and the VDi (O) with added safety features like dual airbags, ABS and EBD sold at Rs. 7.75 lakh. The Rs. 63,000 price differentiation between the LDi and the VDi is legitimated by the following features.
The front grille remains the same as the base model in styling and material used but the roof rails are painted in black instead of body-coloured rails in the LDi.
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The floating roof has the A, B and C pillars blackened to enhance the visual stand point. The steel wheels have received full covers on the VDi and VDi(O) with the allow wheels restricted to the top-end ZDi and ZDi+ trims.
The other cosmetic embellishments are body coloured outside door handle and fabric inserts on the inside door trim.
The headlamps are dual chamber halogen units as in the LDi and the Outside Rear View Mirrors are painted in black. In addition to all these visual embellishments, the middle variant will have features such as rear power windows, IP upper box and passenger vanity mirror.
At the rear, the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza VDi variant comes equipped with electromagnetic tailgate while the seats have back pockets to store any necessary items. The rear seats have the welcoming addition of headrests which lack the presence in the entry-level model. The centre console is surrounded by silver accents as well here and it elevates the premium look.
The instrument binnacle consists of two analogue pods and of them, one is for the speed and other for RPM with a multi-info display sheltered in between. The entertainment system has integrated audio and speakers and the other features carried forward from the base variant are manually folded electric Outside Rear View Mirrors, front power windows, four power door locks and Bluetooth.
The safety equipment that will be present in the VDi variant are keyless entry, security alarm and most importantly the reverse parking sensors to warn the driver while parking up. The VDi (O) model will have all these aforementioned features along with dual airbags, ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) and EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution).