Maruti Brezza has been reincarnated with an updated engine and this drag race between the two models will highlight the difference between the performance of the two.
Here is a drag race video between the new Maruti Brezza and the old model. In the new version, the compact SUV makes slightly lower power but we shall see how much of an impact it has on the real-life performance. Before we begin, we must caution our readers to not perform such stunts as they could be dangerous. YouTubers take a lot of precautions which are hidden behind the scenes and not always seen in the video. Therefore, make sure to value your safety and not imitate them.
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New Maruti Brezza vs Old Brezza – Drag Race
The YouTuber mentions that he would pick up the SUV from 2000 RPM because he doesn’t want to experience a sudden jerk while accelerating from a standstill. That also causes damage to the tyres and engine if done for longer periods of time. Hence, he launches the SUV gently. In the first round, the driver of the new Brezza lags behind a bit from the beginning as he fails to launch at the right time. As a result, the older Brezza doesn’t let the newer model overtake it throughout the course of the race.
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For the second attempt, the drivers are swapped. This accounts for the varying driving mannerisms to produce accurate and more reliable results. This time too, the driver of the older Brezza is a tad bit slow to launch the SUV. Nevertheless, the sheer acceleration and power advantage enables the older version to trounce the newer model by a considerable margin. Hence, it could be safely concluded that the older model of the Brezza is a bit quicker than the newer model.
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The Maruti Brezza comes powered by a next-gen K-series 1.5-litre Dual Jet, Dual VVT engine with Progressive Smart Hybrid System that outputs 103 hp and 137 Nm of peak power and torque. There are options of a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters. It offers a mileage of 20.15 km/l in LXi and VXi trims (MT), 19.89 km/k in ZXi and ZXi+ trims (MT), and 19.80 km/l in Automatic trim. The prices range from Rs 7.99 lakh to Rs 13.96 lakh, ex-showroom.
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