All New Jimny
Suzuki have unveiled the Fourth Generation Jimny
The New Suzuki Jimny will be arriving later this year - and we are really excited!
Here is a brief summary of the interesting bits on the new Jimny:
- 1.5l engine with more torque than the 1.3l – 130nm vs 110nm. The 1.5l also weighs 15% less with smaller dimensions.
- Up from 85bhp to 100bhp
- The car is 30mm shorter, 45mm wider and 20mm taller, so very similar dimensions.
- Ground clearance now 210mm up from 190mm
- 8 colours available
- Combined fuel consumption is 41.54mpg under the new NEDC*2 test, compared to 39.8mpg on the old Jimny (on the old test)
- Will have 5spd Manual and 4spd Auto gearboxes
- Has Allgrip PRO – includes a low range transfer gear
- Will have traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning, dual sensor brake support, high beam assist, hill hold, TPMS, 6 airbags,
Suzuki have today updated the microsite for the Jimny too: http://www.globalsuzuki.com/automobile/lineup/jimny/index.html
The new Suzuki Jimny has finally been revealed! Driving is made more fun than ever in this popular car, coming soon to Luscombe Suzuki in Leeds.
Discover the new and highly anticipated Suzuki Jimny - introducing a distinctive design and unique character. Coming soon to Luscombe Suzuki dealership in Leeds, West Yorkshire.
We are really excited!
The 2019 Suzuki Jimny will be launched at the 2018 Paris Motor Show from 4th to 14th October - click here to read more
Follow this link to compare the old Jimny with the New Fourth Generation one See the changes side by side
Nobody But Jimny
Suzuki have also revealed the Jimny's new interior - described as straighforward, practical and down-to-earth beauty - which features a colour touchscreen console incorporating sat nav and DAB radio (as seen in the Ignis, Swift, new Swift Sport, Vitara & S-Cross) amongst other creature comforts like air-conditioning - but still suits the clean, uncomplicated character of the Jimny.
We can't be certain as to what will be under the bonnet of the new Jimny. We think it could be the same as Ignis and Swift 4x4 utilising the frugal 1.2 dualjet engine, or Suzuki may ramp up the power with the 1.0 boosterjet engine from the Baleno, Swift and S-Cross. What we do know is that Suzuki will be focusing on maintaing the Jimny as an affordable, capable off-roader; so expect this model to be no different to previous generations in terms of starting price and reliability.
Since it's launch in 1970, The Jimny has been loved by customers around the world.
The new generation Jimny carries on the heritage of a small, lightweight authentic off-roader and is a masterpiece of Suzuki 4WD technology.