Maruti Vitara Brezza ZDi+ long term review: After 10,500km and seven months
The Brezza’s Euro-friendly suspension set-up is firm but works well in India as well
Suzuki made a huge effort to get the suspension finely balanced for both Asian markets as well as for European conditions. That meant getting a suspension set-up that is stiff and adapts itself well to a variety of road surfaces. In India, however, the ride is fairly stiff, though it also lends the Brezza some of the most incredible dynamic abilities I have seen on an SUV. At this price point if Maruti had to plonk a chirpy and pokey engine into the Brezza, it would be one of the best things to happen to budget performance cars in this...
The Maruti Vitara Brezza is the most important launch from the manufacturer this year
The price of the top ZDi+ trim will be around Rs 8.4 lakh