Suzuki makes minor tweaks to Jimny
Suzuki has made some subtle upgrades to the legendary Jimny.
Exterior wise it has a new set of 15-inch alloy wheels and two new colours to choose from called Bison Brown and Khaki Pearl Metallic.
On the inside it has a new instrument cluster, upgrades seat upholstery and a new steering wheel design.
The 1,3-litre petrol engine has been carried over and it produces maximum power output of 63 kW at 6 000 r/min, linked to a torque peak of 110 Nm at 4 100 r/min.
The big news is the introduction of an four-speed automatic transmission option for the Jimny.
As with the manual gearbox version, the automatic transmission is still partnered by a transfer case offering low-range operation for almost unstoppable traversability over the roughest and most challenging terrain.
Both the manual and automatic transmission-equipped versions of the Jimny are covered by a three-year/100 000 km warranty, as well as a four-year/60 000 km service plan.