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The 1.5-liter, four-cylinder, K15C, normally aspirated petrol engine that powers the new Maruti Suzuki Brezza is responsible for its maximum power output of 102 bhp and 136.8Nm of torque. Both a six-speed torque converter automatic transmission and a five-speed manual transmission are used with this engine.
Although it weighs enough to handle the increase in speed, it is light enough for daily use in terms of steering reaction. Due to the additional 40 kilogrammes the car has gained from the increased feature package, Maruti claims that the suspension has undergone a slight tuning adjustment. The Brezza generally keeps its passengers comfortable as it travels across undulations and nearly nonexistent portions of the tar and concrete that we refer to as roads.
 Cars under 10 Nissan Magnite
Finally, the Nissan Magnite appears to be a device with outstanding promise from Nissan. It boasts a wonderful design, a tonne of amenities, a fantastic turbo engine, and a similarly tuned CVT gearbox. For those looking to upgrade from hatchbacks or who desire their first SUV, the Nissan Magnite makes a lot of sense.
 Nissan has also given the Magnite a number of industry-first features. This includes the digital instrument cluster, which displays data from the TPMS, two trip computers, and average fuel efficiency. And no other vehicle in the segment offers the 360-degree camera that was taken from the Kicks.
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