Suzuki Jimny, a tough and neat crossover SUV
Today, we're going to take an in-depth look at what the Suzuki Jimny can offer its drivers. We'll give an overview of where the Jimny started and how it's changed over the years. We'll also cover the stand-out features, and changes, in each model as the years progressed.
Unfortunately, Suzuki doesn't make these cars anymore. But, that doesn't mean that they aren't a great marriage of form and function. People all around the globe still use older models of the Jimny to this day.
By the time you're done reading this, you'll be able to select the Suzuki Jimny model that is the best fit for you.
The first generation of Suzuki Jimny was born.
Minor change. The entire instrument panel was covered with resin.
The combination of a 550cc turbo engine and a 5-speed manual transmission has increased the margin and quietness at high speeds.
The displacement has been increased by 110cc, and the front and rear bumpers have also been enlarged. The position of the fog lamp embedded in the front grill has been changed to the top of the bumper, and the core support has also become a shape that bulges forward.
The side mirror has been changed from a door mirror to a fender mirror, and an under mirror is also installed on the passenger side.
All side mirrors have been changed from fender mirrors to door mirrors. For the first time in Jimny's history, it adopted coil rigid and became a model with improved steering stability and comfort, mainly in on-road driving.