Maruti Brezza Facelift Interior Review – Features & Usability

In this 2022 Maruti Brezza facelift interior review, we’ll explain the new 2022 Brezza’s interior design, features and their usability in detail to help you decide if you should buy this SUV. We’ll comprehensively explain the experience of getting in and out of the 2022 Brezza’s front and rear seats and the comfort while driving. Our overview of the 2022 Brezza’s cabin experience should help you decide if the Maruti 2022 Brezza is a suitable car for you. Please note that we compiled this review after driving the car at the media drive.

Maruti Brezza

Front Seat Ingress Egress

Ingress and egress in the Brezza is unchanged, and is not a complex task. The floorboard, roof and seats are placed at an appropriate height. This makes getting in and out of the Brezza easy.

Front Seats Review


The Brezza gets an all new interior. It is mainly all black, save for some brown trim on the dashboard along with grey detailing, which stretches till the passenger side of the centre console. The cabin is filled with hard plastics all around, which is of the same quality as the pre-facelift Brezza. The centre console is sturdy and the fitment of the glovebox is satisfactory. The glovebox is cooled and can store a bottle along with the owner’s manual.

Other storage spaces in the cabin include bottle holders in the front doors, cupholders in the centre console with some space to put keys and a small storage under the front armrest. There is also a wireless charger in front of the gear lever and a sunglass holder on the headliner.

Centre Console

There is a USB port and a 12V socket ahead of the gear lever. The controls for the auto AC sit above them. Then, there is a free-standing 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system at the top of the dashboard. It supports wired Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and has good touch feedback. The new Brezza gets Arkamys-tuned audio system with surround sound. It gets 3 preset sound modes and we found the audio output to be satisfactory.


The touchscreen infotainment can also be accessed via controls on the left spoke of the steering wheel. There are telephony controls behind the leather wrapped steering wheel, with cruise control buttons on the right spoke. There are also paddle shifters behind the steering wheel in the automatic variants. The instrument cluster gets an analogue speedometer and tachometer, with a small, coloured MID in the centre. You can access information on the screen via the old-school pins, which look dated.


On the right side of the dashboard, there is the engine start/stop button along with controls for the head-up display, 360-degree camera, traction control and auto engine start/stop function. The new Brezza gets a head-up display, which is similar to the ones seen in the new Baleno. It displays information such as speed, tachometer, fuel-efficiency and time. The HUD helps the driver access important data without having to look off the road.

HUD Button

The new Brezza also gets a 360-degree camera. It shows the 3D view of the car and its surroundings and its feed is displayed on the touchscreen. The quality of the camera feed is impressive as well. The new-Brezza also gets an electric sunroof with a sufficiently thick sunshade. The new Brezza is the first Maruti car to get a sunroof.


The new Brezza also gets ambient lighting on the doors and footwell area. However, it only lights up in one colour - blue. Amenities for the driver include auto dimming IRVM, tilt and telescopic steering wheel adjustment, electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs and height adjustable driver seat.

The driver seat is fairly comfortable. The view from the driver seat is clear and one can see the edges of the bonnet, making the drive more confident. While the whole cabin has a modern vibe to it with various upmarket features, there is a gripe. All the backlit switches, such as the AC controls, steering-mounted controls, etc. have an orange backlighting. This looks dated in an otherwise modern cabin.

Rear Seats Ingress Egress

Rear Seat

Getting in and out of the rear seats of the Brezza is easy. The floorboard and seats are at an appropriate height, Additionally, the roof of the Brezza does not slope at the rear, which means your head will likely not collide with the roof.

Rear Seats Review

The rear seats of the Brezza have enough knee room and legroom. The rear passengers can slide their feet under the front seats, making more room for their legs. The headroom for the rear passengers is good as well. We think that 2 adults can very easily travel in the rear seats of the Brezza. The back and base of the seats are well-cushioned and comfortable but the underthigh support seems a bit lacking.

Rear AC

We wrote this review from the perspective of a 5’8” passenger sitting behind the driver of a similar height. Features for the rear seat passengers include 2 adjustable headrests, an armrest, rear AC vents, type-A and type-C USB charging points, 60:40 split rear seats and ambient lighting.

Verdict - Maruti Brezza Facelift Interior Review

Overall, the Brezza facelift looks way more modern inside than the pre-facelift model, which carried forward the same interior for more than 6 years. While the layout is completely new, material quality inside the new Brezza remains unchanged. Several new features further enhance the Brezza’s interior and make the in-cabin experience better. The Brezza has enough space for a family of 4 adults and a kid.

Also Read - Maruti Brezza Facelift Exterior Review – Design & Features


Mohammad Osaaf

In the age of SUVs and crossovers, it's the traditional, 3-box sleeper sedans that excite him the most. All it needs is a punchy engine, a tight chassis and everyday practicality. Skoda Octavia VRS and BMW M5 are his favourites.


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