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Is the Jimny a kei car?

Is the Jimny a kei car?

The narrower Jimny will meet Japanese kei-car regs with its 660cc turbo triple, but Japan’s wider Jimny Sierra will be powered by a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated four-cylinder petrol engine.

Why was Jimny discontinued?

Non-electrified variants of all Suzuki models have been phased out and the Jimny is no longer available to order from new. This is mostly due to the adverse effect it has on the brand’s fleet average CO2 emissions.

Is the Jimny coming back to UK?

The Suzuki Jimny has returned to dealerships following its emissions-related market withdrawal last year, but is now available exclusively as a two-seat commercial 4×4. Priced from £16,796 before VAT, the new Jimny Light Commercial Vehicle will be sold in “very limited numbers” in the UK in 2021.

Why is the Jimny no longer in production?

What is the difference between Jimny and Jimny Sierra?

The primary difference between the Jimny and Jimny Sierra is the engine. The former gets a 660 cc 3-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, while the latter employs a higher capacity, 1.5 L 4-cylinder petrol. Both variants share 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission options and standard part-time 4WD.

How much did you pay for your Jimny?

Suzuki Jimny pricing has now increased three times since its Australian release in January 2019, when it was launched at $23,990 (manual) and $25,990 (auto). Since then prices were increased by $1000 on two separate occasions and the starting price was $25,990 plus ORCs as recently as March.

What goes wrong with Suzuki Jimny?

A total of 5425 cars were affected by a recall launched on 26 July 2010 for an issue with the power steering pulley that may fail, reducing power steering assistance. Examples built between 9 May 2012 and 24 March 2014 potentially had a problem with the lateral suspension rods to the front and rear axle becoming loose.

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