Maruti Vitara Brezza is a popular choice for people looking for a value-for-money compact SUV in the market. But which variant should you go for?
Here is a walkaround video with the comparison of base-LXi and mid-VXi trims of the Maruti Brezza. Brezza is a prominent product in the compact SUV segment in our market. It boasts of a 4-star NCAP safety rating which is a huge pull for a whole bunch of safety-conscious car buyers these days. But how could you decide which variant is ideal for your need? This comparison video will help you make your decision.
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Maruti Brezza LXi & VXi – Exterior Comparison
There are quite a few telling signs on the outside that differentiate the two trims. On the front of the LXi, the projector headlamp comes with integrated LED DRLs and vertical indicator lights on the bumper, whereas the VXi comes will a projector headlamp cluster and LED DRL strip along with integrated turn indicators. On the sides, one could easily distinguish between the two variants by the blacked-out side pillar section on the VXi and body-coloured pillar section on the LXi. Looking closely at the door handles also show the presence of the request sensor on the VXi trim. The VXi variant also features black roof rails which are missing on the base variant. The tail ends of both versions are identical.
Interior and Features Comparison
On the inside, the most prominent bit is the operation of the ORVMs which are electrically adjustable on the VXi model and manually adjustable on the LXi model. There are steering-mounted controls on the mid-spec version too that are missing on the base trim. The base variant has manual AC, plastic gearbox lever, and the mid-spec trim has automatic AC and chrome elements on the gear lever.
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The YouTuber mentions the on-road price of the Maruti Brezza LXi to be Rs 8.46 lakh and of the VXi to be Rs 9.62 lakh making the price difference to be Rs 1.16 lakh. This is quite a significant gap and people who want to have the Brezza with utmost basic features and equipment could option of the base version. On the other hand, if you want some extra features and some modern design elements, the mid-spec trim makes sense for you.