Nexon vs Brezza: Subcompact SUV (SUV) cars have made rapid inroads into the Indian market in recent years. The reason for this is the great car feel and excellent safety that these cars offer at such a low price.
New Delhi: Subcompact SUV (SUV) cars have made rapid inroads into the Indian market in recent years. The reason for this is the great car feel and excellent safety that these cars offer at such a low price. However, nearly all of the companies in this segment are now present on the market with the best products. As a result, customers are frequently perplexed as to which vehicle will be used.
So in this report, we have brought the comparison between the two major vehicles of the segment, Tata Nexon and Maruti Suzuki Brezza.
Let's start with Tata Nexon. Tata launched the Nexon in India in 2017, and it quickly became the country's safest car. The vehicle received a 5-star rating in the Global NCAP crash test. The Tata Nexon demonstrated that cars can be made safe while remaining affordable.
Nexon vs Brezza: performance
The latest Nexon generation comes with two engine options. Revotron 1.2-litre turbocharged engine and Revotorq 1.5-litre turbocharged engine The Revotron petrol engine produces 118.3hp at 5,500rpm and 170Nm at 1,750-4,000rpm torque. At the same time, the Revotorq diesel engine that comes with this car has a power output of [email protected],000rpm and a torque output of [email protected],500-2,750rpm.
Both these engines are mated to a 6-speed manual/AMT transmission. And their mileage is 17.4 kmpl and 22.4 kmpl respectively.
Nexon vs Brezza: Looks and Features
When it comes to the looks and features of this car, many eye-catching elements can be found in the front, such as bold LED DRLs, a tri-arrow design front grille, rain-sensing wipers, and auto headlamps. At the same time, the car's signature LED taillights are present.
Apart from this, the car has cruise control, digital instrument cluster, tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS).
Touchscreen infotainment, electric sunroof with Express Cool, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Cooled glovebox, three-tone interior finish Geofencing, ERA technology, mandatory dual front airbags, Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Electronic Traction Control, Roll-over Mitigation, Emergency Brake Assist, Hill Hold Control, EBD With ABS, ISOFIX, Height Adjustable Seatbelt There are features such as reverse parking assist and connected car.
Why the Nexon Proves Twenty One Over the Brezza
Nexon vs Brezza: Engine Options
The biggest reason for this is that after the implementation of the BS-6 standard, Maruti launched only petrol versions of its cars, rather the diesel engines were discontinued. In this case, the 2020 Brezza is available with only one petrol engine option, while with the Nexon you get both petrol and diesel options.
Nexon vs Brezza: Safety
One such area where the Nexon clearly outperforms the Brezza is safety. Because it offers more protection than the standard variant. As a result, the Nexon received 5-stars for adult protection and 4-stars for child protection from the Global NCAP. In the same test, the Vitara Brezza received four stars for adult occupancy and two stars for child occupancy.
Also, due to the aerodynamic design and bigger stance, the Nexon gives a more SUV feel than the straight Brezza.
Nexon vs Brezza: Price
Price is one area where Maruti-Suzuki frequently outperforms its competitors. However, the subcompact SUV segment is an exception. Because the Nexon starts at 6,95,000 and goes up to 10,60,000 for the top variant.
On the other hand, Maruti has set a starting price of Rs 7,34,000 for the base variant of Brezza which goes up to Rs 11,15,000.
However, Maruti-image Suzuki's in terms of after-sales service is stronger than that of any other brand in India. However, Tata Motors, which is infamous in this regard, has also worked very hard to improve its image over the years, which has begun to reap benefits on the sales front.