Hyundai Creta vs. Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza Hyundai and Maruti Suzuki are two of the most trusted brands in India. They have given many cars to the people of India across all segments. The Hyundai Creta and the Maruti Suzuki Vitara Brezza are two cars which are making it to the headlines nowadays. Both are compact SUVs and are stylish and trendy. The Creta has both petrol and diesel variants the Vitara Brezza have only the diesel variant. Under the hood, the petrol variant of the Creta is powered by a 1.6 litre VTVT petrol engine which throws back a power of 121 bhp and a torque of 155Nm. The transmission is taken care by a six speed manual transmission. The diesel variant has both 1.4 litres and 1.6 litres engines. The transmission in the 1.4 litre is taken care by 5-speed manual gearbox and throws back a power of 89 bhp and 220Nm of torque. The transmission in the 1.6 litre is taken care of by both manual and automatic gear box and throws back a power of 126 bhp and a torque of 260Nm.
The Vitara Brezza is provided with the turbocharged four cylinder 1.3 litre engine which throws back a power of 89 bhp and the transmission is taken care of by five-speed manual gearbox. The Vitara Brezza looks stylish from outside with a high bonnet and has a rectangular grille. The swept back headlamps add up to the style factor. The looks are also enhanced by the black honeycomb grille and blacked out fog lamps on the front bumper. From the sides the contrast colored roof seems to be square-shaped, there are wheel arches which are flared and looks trendy. The rear portion has been kept simple with a spoiler, light guides, a hatch for opening the boot lid and a silver bash plate.
The interior of the Vitara Brezza is much like the other Maruti cars. The top model has a startstop function, climate control system, leather seats and OVRMs which can be electronically folded. There is a infotainment system that is much like the Baleno. The driver seat is height adjustable. The Creta on the other hand looks like a mini- Santa Fe from the outside. It has a hexagonal chrome grille and has horizontal slats. It has a muscular and edgy design with a wide bonnet, blacked out air-dam and swept back headlamps. From the sides, the car has a forward leaning stance with wheel arches that are flared. The roofline is tapered at the rear and meets the taillamps. The rear has a vertically stacked design and each part appears like a separate section. The first part starts from the spoiler and goes to the base of glass. The second part starts from a ridge line of the hatch door and goes upto the top of the number plate slot. The interior of the Creta has a black sporty look. It has a range of features which includes a touch-screen music system, automatic wiper system, climate control, navigation, a key-less entry and a start-stop button. Both the Creta and the Vitara Brezza are provided with ABS and airbags for safety purposes.
Published on Nov 30, 2016
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