Gets a new grille and larger alloy rims.
Siddu Karadi has posted a gallery of images of a customized Maruti Vitara Brezza in Kerala, right after its delivery. All the changes are cosmetic, and adds a unique look to the Vitara Brezza.
Up front, it features a new grille accentuated by a gloss black slat, corona rings around the projector headlamps and chrome-finished 'Vitara' lettering across the hood, similar to a Land Rover. The large multi-spoke rims finished in dark gold take away the attention from the side profile, which also features black plastic cladding with faux fasteners, a bold chrome bar running across and red skid plate.
At the back, the badges have been removed for a cleaner look, the chrome garnish with the 'Vitara Brezza' nameplate is finished in gloss black, and the skid plate is finished in the red body color.
No changes seem to have been made under the hood. The Vitara Brezza is only available with a 1.3-liter DDiS four-cylinder diesel engine that produces 90 PS and 200 Nm of torque. It is paired to a 5-speed manual transmission, sending power to the front wheels. The Brezza registers a class-leading, ARAI-rated fuel efficiency of 24.3 km/l.
[Source: Siddu Karadi]