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Suzuki Vitara Brezza: Feels Different & Good

CG|Motocorp, the authorised distributor of Suzuki Cars to Nepal and automotive division of CG|Holdings, launched Suzuki Vitara Brezza in Nepal virtually without on July 27 because of the current pandemic. The first Vitara Brezza launched in 2016 and became an instant hit as it took the market by storm and emerged as one of the most awarded compact SUVs of the time. Karan Chaudhary, Executive Director of CG|Motocorp believes that the new VitaraBrezza will take forward the rich legacy of its predecessor with overwhelming customer response. But, can the new Vitara Brezza also be an instant hit?

First Look and Engine

The new face-lifted compact SUV looks sportier, bolder and stronger with premium interiors. Equipped with the powerful 1.5 Litre1462cc K-series BS6 petrol engine, Vitara Brezza’s churns maximum power of 105ps @ 6000rpm and maximum torque of 138Nm @ 4400rom.The compact SUV is being offered with 5-speed manual transmission and is said to provide fuel efficiency of 17.03km/l.


The car is 3996mm long, 1790mm broad and has a height of 1640mm with 198mm of ground clearance. The kerb weight of Vitara Brezza is around 1110-1130 kg with fuel tank capacity of 48 litres, boot space of 328 litres and turning radius of 5.2 metres.

Features and Safety

The vehicle also has many class-leading and segment-first features like dual chamber LED projector headlamps, auto folding ORVM, 17.78 touch screen smart play studio, auto A/C, voice command, smart key, LED fog lamps, auto-dimming IRVM, rain sensing wipers, cruise controls and diamond-cut alloy wheels and comes with a complete safety package as standard which includes state of the art TECT chassis, dual airbags, ABS with EBD, pedestrian protection system, reverse sensor, ISOFIX child anchorage, and seat belt pretension with force limiter and immobiliser. It has ventilated disc brakes at the front wheels whereas the rear wheels have drum brakes with Mcpherson Strut front suspensions and torsion beam rear suspensions with coil springs for optimum safety and comfort.

Price, Variants and Offer

The 2020 Vitara Brezza has been upgraded to petrol only version whereas the diesel option is phased out. The car comes in two variants – Vxi and Zxi+ – priced at Rs 4.169 million and Rs 4.469 million respectively. The company is also providing an introductory discount of Rs 370,000 to the first 50 bookings.

Dibesh Dangol is a business reporter for Business 360 covering markets. Before joining Business 360 in 2018, he worked at ECS Media covering events, entertainment, auto and gadgets for four and a half years. Dangol is also involved with Alpha Riding Gears and Made by Aama (MBA).

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