While the market is fully anxious for the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza to level up the competition , One of the factors that remained missing in Suzuki’s arsenal is still being talked about. While Maruti’s cars were selling like hotcakes no doubt, people started complaining of a faltering body strength issue in all their cars , which subsequently led to low safety ratings when compared to rivals. Well, It Would sit well with the gossip mongerers to know that Suzuki has covered all bases this time around.
Safety Features In The New Brezza
The new Brezza would come with dual airbags. ABD ,EBD and reverse parking sensors form the base variants upwards. But the new feature which would become the talk of the town is that all the variants from base above would come with Rollover Mitigation system , Hill Hold Assist as standard features. Standard fitment of all these features would definitely help the car gain a much needed 5 star GNCAP rating. The Toyota sibling of the car already brought in a 4 star rating and improved on overall score that was established by Brezza.
GNCAP to bring in new safety protocols
GNCAP stands on the bounds of bringing in new safety protocols from this July onward, where cars would be tested for side impact as well and require mandatory fitment of ESC, Thus the standard fitment of ESC in Brezza comes at the right time. Apart from ESC, the body shell will also require certain reinforced structures and technical updates to actually achieve a 5-star rating. Given the fact that Maruti took the effort to strengthen the bodyshell on the updated Baleno it’s quite possible they’ll do so for the Brezza too .
The rivals from the same category have been reaping profound benefits due to their NCAP scores, Namely these stand out to be Mahindra XUV 300 as well as Tata Nexon. A superior safety quotient would help the car battle out the competition better.