- Maruti Brezza, Ignis and Swift are not off-roading vehicles by any stretch of the imagination.
- But some people take pride in taking these cars off the tarmac.
- This is one such scenario which captures their performance on the dirt track.
In this latest video, a YouTuber takes a Maruti Brezza, Ignis and Swift off-roading. Maruti just offers Grand Vitara in an AWD configuration. Apart from that, no other car is capable of taking on harsh terrain in Maruti’s camp. Nevertheless, this video records an instance where car enthusiasts decided to take these products on a moderate off-roading track. Let us take a look at the details of this seemingly dangerous attempt here.
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Maruti Brezza Swift Ignis Off-Roading
The video has been uploaded by Tushar Kaushik. There are two colleagues of the YouTuber with their Ignis and Swift. Brezza belongs to the YouTuber. They decide to do some off-roading adventure. To accomplish that, they are seen searching for a suitable location on the outskirts of the city. Finally, they found a track that had a slope and lots of sand. Needless to say, the team was quite excited. For the first attempt, they nominated the Brezza to test the surface so that they know if the others will make it up the incline.
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After the Brezza made it to the top, the others followed. As it was not too treacherous, they didn’t have too many issues apart from a few parts where the vehicles lost traction due to the sand. Then, they decided to change the location to find a more challenging track. After searching with drones they had for shooting, they finally found a place that looked like it was meant for proper off-roading excursions. In fact, there were tyre marks of 4×4 SUVs.
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Initially, they were hesitant to take their cars on the track owing to ground clearance issues and for the sake of the safety of the machines. However, after some time, they convinced themselves to at least try. On trying, the cars succeeded in overcoming the difficult track after getting stuck a couple of times. After one car reached the top, the rest followed. However, we would like to advise our readers to not attempt such tasks without a dedicated 4×4 vehicle. It could turn very ugly very quickly.
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