The Suzuki Brezza (known as the Vitara Brezza for the first generation) is a subcompact crossover SUV from Suzuki and manufactured by Maruti Suzuki in India. The Brezza is the first Suzuki-branded car that was developed entirely in India. The model was designed as a smaller alternative to the global market Vitara and targeted at a younger audience. It is only available for right-hand drive in emerging markets in Asia and Africa. The first generation model was also marketed by Toyota as the Toyota Urban Cruiser from 2020.
Like the original Vitara model, the name “Vitara” is derived from the English word “vital”, as in “vitality”, while the name “Brezza” means “air” in Italian.
First Generation (YF; 2016)
Vitara Brezza was first unveiled in India in February 2016 at the 13th Auto Expo. It was previewed by the XA Alpha concept car which was showcased in 2012.  The production model is built on the platform of global market Vitara.
The Vitara Brezza is Suzuki’s first model in the sub-4 meter subcompact crossover SUV segment in India, which fits into the lower bracket of India’s GST structure.
Initially, the Vitara Brezza was powered entirely by a 1.3-litre Fiat-sourced D13A DDiS four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine that produced 66 kW (89 hp; 90 PS) and 200 Nm (150 lb⋅ft) of torque. Was. The engine is mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 5-speed automated manual transmission.  Fuel savings are reported at 24.29 km/l (68.6 mpg‑imp; 57.1 mpg‑US). The diesel-powered Vitara Brezza is also exported to India’s neighboring countries such as Nepal.
Second Generation (2022)
The second generation Brezza was unveiled in India on 30 June 2022 without the “Vitara” moniker.
The vehicle retained the body shell platform of the previous generation with major modifications. It came with revised front and rear fascia, redesigned C-pillar, thicker body cladding, redesigned 16-inch alloy wheels, shark fin-type antenna and electric sunroof. Dimensions are also similar to the outgoing model, except for a 45 mm (1.8 in) increase in height due to the shark fin antenna. On the interior, the dashboard received a layered design with a floating car audio display, as well as a redesigned steering wheel (with additional telescopic adjustments) and instrument cluster, wider rear bench seats, and wireless charging dock, interior ambient lighting And with rear AC vents. , Electronic Stability Program (ESP) and Hill-Start Assist (HSA) are standard throughout the lineup, with six airbags also standard for the flagship ZXi+ grade.
The engine has been replaced by a K15C DualJet petrol unit with dual injectors, mated to a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission option replacing the older 4-speed unit. 12V SHVS mild hybrid system is also run.