Maruti Suzuki Fronx vs Brezza Sub-4 Meter Crossover UV – A Detailed Walkaround Comparison of Dimensions, Features, and Price
Maruti Suzuki Fronx, a new car (design) in the company lineup was showcased at the 2023 Auto Expo. And has since been open for bookings. It was also displayed at Nexa dealerships. Fronx is positioned between the Baleno and Brezza. And will compete with other vehicles in the market like the Tata Punch, Renault Kiger, and Nissan Magnite. Now we look at how it will stack up against the Brezza in terms of dimensions, features, engine lineup and price. Fronx launch is expected in the second half of April.
Fronx vs. Brezza ; An In-Depth Look at Their Space, Design and Exterior Features
Brezza and Fronx are two crossover UVs that share a similar length of 3,995mm. However, the Brezza is 25mm wider and 90mm taller than the Fronx, and has a slightly shorter wheelbase of 2,500mm compared to the Fronx’s 2,520mm. Fronx is 3,995mm long, 1,765mm wide, and 1,550mm tall. Brezza crossover stands 3,995mm in length, 1,790mm in width and 1,640mm. In terms of boot space, Brezza offers 20 litres more room with a 328-litre boot, while the Fronx has a 308-litre boot. Fuel tank capacity of the Brezza is 48 litres, which is 11 litres more than the Fronx at 37 litres.
Fronx crossover Coupe and the Brezza crossover have several differences in terms of their exterior makeup, dimensions, and features. Fronx appears more premium with athletic body cladding, roof rails, raised ground clearance, and a sloping roofline. It also sports split headlamps with LED DRLs and reflector headlamps but no fog lamps. Brezza sports dual LED projector headlamps, LED DRLs, chrome finished front grille, electrically adjustable ORVMs and body coloured door handles. And roof rails and shark fin antenna along with LED rear combination lamps.
Rear wiper and defogger are common to both models along with faux skid plates at the front and rear. Both models have 16-inch alloy wheels, but the Fronx has Goodyear tyres, while the Brezza has MRF tyres. Take a look at the detailed walkaround comparison between Fronx and Brezza in the video below by Anubhav Chauhan.
The interior features of both models include a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system with SmartPlay Pro+, wireless Android Auto, and Apple CarPlay, as well as heads-up display units, a 360-degree camera, and wireless charging. Both models have cruise control, auto-dimming IRVMs, tilt, and telescopic steering wheels, and a similar cabin layout.
Fronx vs. Brezza: Which One Has the Better Safety Features and Technologies?
Brezza and Fronx come in different colour schemes. Fronx has a black and burgundy colour scheme, while the Brezza comes in black and beige. The dashboards of each of these models are also vastly different with the Fronx receiving a curved dashboard over a sharp and edgy dashboard seen on the Brezza. Fronx does not have ambient lighting or a sunroof, but it does get footwell lighting. Top-spec variants of both models have six airbags, ABS, EBD, and ESP, along with reverse parking sensors and 360-degree cameras. Fronx safety suite has six airbags as standard, while the Brezza only has them in top variants.
Maruti Suzuki Fronx Vs Brezza – Engine Specs
Maruti Suzuki Fronx and Brezza small UVs are powered by different engine options. Fronx offers a 1.2 litre DualJet VVT petrol engine with 88 hp and 113 Nm of torque, and a 1.0 litre turbocharged Boosterjet petrol engine with 99 hp power and 147.6 Nm torque. The latter is paired with either a five-speed manual or six-speed torque converter AT unit.
In comparison, Brezza comes with a single 1.5-litre petrol engine delivering 103 hp power and 137 Nm torque, mated to a five-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission. Fronx is sold via Nexa showrooms, while Brezza is available at the MSIL Arena outlets. Maruti Suzuki Fronx price is estimated to be between Rs 7-11 lakhs (ex-showroom), which is lower than Brezza’s current price range of Rs 8.18-14.03 lakh (ex-showroom).
Brezza or Fronx – Which Maruti to buy?
Maruti’s new Fronx shape UV, with a length of 3,995 mm, offers a unique and compelling package in the sub-4 metre UV segment. Its standout feature is its design, a bold entry for the small crossover coupe. It’s what sets it apart from the competition, with its new car styling that conveys a sense of space. The exterior is sleek and aerodynamic, with sharp lines and a bold front grille. Inside, the cabin is spacious, comfortable, and loaded with advanced features, such as a touchscreen infotainment system. The engine options available provide good power and fuel efficiency. Overall, it’s a great buy for those looking for a small sub 4 metre UV with striking design and advanced features.