7 Features Tata Nexon Gets But Maruti Suzuki Brezza Doesn’t | V3Cars
The Maruti Suzuki Brezza has been one of the best-selling compact SUVs in its segment. Ever since its launch, it has been bringing 5 digit sales for the carmaker. It rivals the Nexon, Hyundai Venue and Kia Sonet.
1. Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
The Nexon offers a tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS) in its top variants whereas the Brezza lacks this feature. TPMS in the Nexon tells the correct tyre pressure of individual tyres and warns in case of a puncture or under-inflated tyre.
2. Ventilated And Leatherette Seats
While the Nexon offered leatherette seats in the top variants, the Kaziranga edition added front ventilated seats. The Brezza, on the other hand, not only lacks front seat ventilation but also misses leatherette seat upholstery.
3. Air Purifier
The top variants of the Nexon also offer an air purifier that purifies the cabin air by removing dust and other impurities. This feature is sorely missed in the new Brezza.
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4. Cornering Lamps
The Nexon comes with cornering lamps that are incorporated within the fog lamps. The Brezza, on the other hand, doesn’t get cornering lamps. Hence, while doing tighter turns, the Nexon will light up the road better than the Brezza.
5. Automatic Wipers
The Nexon offers automatic headlamps and wipers from its XMS variant. While the new Brezza gets automatic LED headlights, it lacks automatic or rain-sensing wipers.
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6. Multi Drive Modes
Tata Nexon offers 3 drive modes that tweak the throttle response and overall performance of the engine. The 3 drive modes are eco, city and sports. The Brezza, on the other hand, only gets 1 drive mode for the automatic transmission that comes in handy while hauling heavy loads.
7. Rear Tweeters
While both the Nexon and Brezza offer branded audio systems from Harman and Arkamys, respectively, the Nexon goes a step further by offering rear tweeters.