The all-new Maruti Suzuki Brezza has been recently launched at a starting price of Rs 7.99 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base LXi trim and goes up to Rs 13.96 lakh (ex-showroom) for the top-spec ZXi+ AT. Is. type. The new 2022 Brezza continues to compete against the likes of Tata Nexon, Mahindra XUV300, Hyundai Venue and Kia Sonnet in the compact SUV space. The Brezza comes with a single, naturally aspirated, 1.5-litre K15C petrol engine, and there is no diesel engine option. We compare the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza with the segment rivals to understand the price difference between the base and top-spec variants. How these compact SUVs stack up against each other in comparison to price:
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Nissan Magnite
The Nissan Magnite is the cheapest compact SUV in India with a starting price of Rs 7.99 lakh. It should be noted that the automatic range of the Kiger starts with a 1.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine mated to an AMT box. The non-turbo engine and cost-effective AMT transmission may explain its relatively low starting price.
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Renault Kiger
The Renault Kiger is the most affordable one with a starting price of Rs 7.99 Lakh. It should be noted that the automatic range of the Kiger starts with a 1.0-litre naturally-aspirated petrol engine mated to an AMT box. The non-turbo engine and cost-effective AMT transmission may explain its relatively low starting price.
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Kia Sonnet
Among the diesel powered bunch, Kia Sonnet has the lowest price starting Rs. 8.88 Lakh while Hyundai Venue has the highest price starting Rs. Among the top-end diesel manual, the XUV300 is the most expensive one at Rs 13.23 lakh, while the Hyundai Venue is the cheapest at Rs 12.32 lakh. With regards to the top-end diesel automatics, all the SUVs are closely matched, with the Mahindra XUV300 being the most expensive at Rs 13.92 lakh. Diesel automatic option is not available in the Venue.
Maruti Suzuki Brezza Vs Tata Nexon
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Hyundai Venue
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Mahindra XUV300
As we can see from the price checker, the Renault-Nissan Twins have the lowest starting price for their base manual variant, while the Toyota Urban Cruiser has the highest price. On the top side, the Brezza has the most pricier version of the petrol-auto, priced at Rs 13.80 lakh. In fact, it is more expensive than the top-end diesel-automatic variants of the Kia Sonet and Tata Nexon. This is only Rs 12,000 cheaper than the top-end diesel-automatic of the Mahindra XUV300.
Maruti Suzuki Brezza vs Toyota Urban Cruiser
Among the petrol-manual transmission-equipped variants, the top-end Mahindra XUV300 is the most expensive SUV here, priced at Rs 12.38 lakh. The Brezza top-end manual comes close to the price tag of Rs 12.30 lakh.