Is Maruti Brezza decent in all aspects?

The Maruti Brezza has advanced significantly from its predecessor. Now that it has a virtually completely new design, a number of new features, decent ride quality, and more, it is not simply practical to drive while rushing through the urban jungle.
The Maruti Brezza has the following exterior features: blacked-out A, B, and C-pillars, wraparound LED tail lights, twin L-shaped LED DRLs, a new grille with chrome inserts, fog lights, a contrast-coloured skid plate, new front and rear bumpers, roof rails, Brezza lettering on the boot lid, an integrated spoiler with a high-mounted stop lamp, and a shark-fin antenna.

An electric sunroof, paddle shifters, Suzuki Connect telematics, a new nine-inch freestanding touchscreen infotainment system, a new flat-bottom steering wheel, six airbags, and ESP are among the features found within the new Maruti Brezza.
Engine and Gearbox 
The 1.5-liter K12C petrol engine that powers the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza generates 138 Nm of torque and 103 horsepower. Both manual and automated six-speed gearbox are matched with this powerplant.
The Brezza is content to cruise at 100 kmph on open roads, but you will have to downshift in order to pass. When the engine is running smoothly, the noise level in the interior looks to be fairly decent. However, above 3,500 rpm, engine noise becomes noticeable when you push the car. If you enjoy the sound of internal combustion engines, this isn't too bad. 
The latest floating nine-inch SmartPlay Pro touchscreen infotainment system is the first item that catches one's eye. The infotainment system is two inches bigger than the current model and is tucked away on top of the new centre console, which, incidentally, has buttons that resemble those of the new Baleno.
Other noteworthy safety features are the impact-sensing door unlock function, the auto-dimming IRVM, the rear view camera, the high-speed alert system, the seat-belt reminder system, the rear defogger, and the height-adjustable front seat belts
There are four different versions of the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza: LXi, VXi, ZXi, and ZXi (O). The Maruti Suzuki Brezza comes in six different colours: Sizzling Red, Brave Khakhi, Magma Grey, Pearl Arctic White, and Exuberant Blue. 
  • It has a tonne of practical convenience features.
  • It has a driving position high enough to improve visibility outside.
  • There are enough storage areas and a light sense to the rooms.
  • It's simple to drive thanks to light controls that have appropriate dimensions.
  • Maruti Suzuki has a vast network of dealers, services, and spare parts.
  • The mid-range performance of the motor is not very powerful.
  • When compared to competitors, top-end models are more expensive.
  • There's low-speed, continuous vertical motion across damaged roads.
The base model of the Maruti Brezza costs Rs. 8.34 lakh, while the top model costs Rs. 14.14 lakh (ex-showroom).

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