Base Maruti Vitara Brezza Modified To Look BETTER Than Top-end Variant

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 02/09/2020
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This base-spec Maruti Vitara Brezza gets fitted with similar features to the top-spec variant but as an aftermarket addition. Take a look at the complete process here.

Maruti Vitara Brezza is the best-selling sub-compact-SUV in the country today. Now available in its facelifted avatar, it is sold with a petrol engine only. Maruti has priced the Vitara Brezza quite strategically with a starting price of Rs. 7.34 lakh for the base-spec LXi variant. However, the range-topping ZXi Plus trim, with an automatic gearbox and the dual-tone paint job is priced at Rs. 11.40 lakh. To justify the premium price tag, the top-spec trim comes loaded with a lot of features in comparison to the base model. Nevertheless, most of these can be sourced thru the aftermarket route. Here's a YouTube video which showcases the same. This video was uploaded by Rahul Singh on his channel.

In the video, a base-spec, white-coloured Vitara Brezza can be seen getting loaded with a lot of aftermarket equipment. On the front, it now gets projector foglamps, while the headlamps are fitted with LED DRLs. Also, a Land-Rover type radiator grille is fixed in place, which is finished in piano black. Moving towards the sides, one can see that it now sits on a set of 17-inch alloy wheels, which sport a 5-spoke design.


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The brake callipers are now finished in a golden shade while the ORVM caps are now finished in a glossy black shade. Other fitments on the sides include – body cladding, door visor, and chrome-finishing for the window line. At the rear, this Vitara Brezza now gets an aftermarket skid plate, LED lights for the reflectors, and a chrome boot-lip. To give it a dual-tone effect like the top-spec trim, the top half of this Vitara Brezza is wrapped in black colour.

Base-spec Maruti Vitara Brezza Modified To Replicate Top-end Variant


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The interior of this Vitara Brezza is also spruced up. It now gets a custom headliner. The pillars are draped in a brown shade of leather. Also, faux wood trim has been used on the door pads and the dashboard. The seats are re-bolstered and are now finished in a black-tan combination of leather. The steering wheel is now wrapped in leather, and it also gets control for the infotainment system, which now is a 9-inch Android-powered touchscreen unit. Talking of the speakers, it gets 4 Infinity components and a JBL bass tube, which produce a collective output of around 2000 Watts.

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