UNIQUE TIMES|April - May 2020
Today, more people are switching away from diesels and not having a petrol option was taking its toll on the sales. What’s more with the new BS6 emissions, it was also time to say goodbye to the faithful old 1.3 Multijet diesel. The result is the updated Brezza with a 1.5 litre petrol. Since it is 1500cc, the Brezza no longer qualifies for the excise benefits of the sub 4 metre segment and that is reflected in the prices too. But, does the rest of the car add up to it?
The big changes on the front are the new headlamps, grille and front bumper. The thick slab of chrome on the grille got bigger and has four slots on it. The bumper has been updated to look more purposeful with larger fog lamp surrounds. The headlamps, though similar in shape to the old ones, are new too. They have dual LED projector elements inside and a larger DRL element that helps identify the car from distance. The big change on the sides is the new black diamond-cut alloy wheels, but we preferred the classic wheel design of the older car. The rear gets new LED tail lamps that jut out a bit more in the corners.
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