2019 Suzuki Jimny
Since the first Jimny made its launching in April 1970, it has been a work of art of Suzuki’s 4WD technology. It is the one and just genuine off-roader that is little and light-weight, but still keeps the off-road performance wanted by specialists. 20 years have actually passed considering that the third generation model made its launching in 1998, the Jimny has now developed to its fourth generation in its almost 50 years of history.
The 2019 Suzuki Jimny now has even more performance and usefulness on both its look and efficiency while still completely embodying the spirit of its much-loved predecessors and its core principle of being the “one-and-only, little, lightweight 4WD vehicle”. The brand new Jimny crafts together simpleness, practical appeal and 4WD technology that leave both off-road professionals and city-users desiring more.
2019 Suzuki Jimny Exterior
The beauty of simplicity and off-road performance are both understood with its robust exterior. Its strong square body expresses its off-road capability and effectiveness, as well as contribute to the chauffeur’s situational awareness. The more upright A-pillars and flat clamshell bonnet improve presence from the windscreen, while the dipped motorist and guest window lines broaden visibility from the side windows. The front grille is easy and black, highlighting the round signature headlamps, with 15-inch dark-metallic alloy wheels highlighting the strong exterior a lot more.
Other exterior features include the drip rails on the roof edges, which prevent water ingress into the cabin when opening or closing a door, wheel arch extensions and side sill covers protecting the body from stone chips and rear lamps gathered on the bumper to accomplish a simplistic style as well as add to a wider rear door opening.
8 body colours, including two new colours developed specifically for the 2019 Suzuki Jimny: a high-visibility “Kinetic Yellow” created to stand out in bad weather or rough worksites, and a low-visibility “Jungle Green” which blends in with natural landscapes.
2019 Suzuki Jimny Interior
Uncomplicated, practical and down-to-earth, every information is thoroughly crafted to understand a lovely yet functional interior. The handsome black interior lacks extreme colours or decoration to minimise diversion and lets the chauffeur concentrate on manoeuvring the vehicle. The horizontal lines defined by the cockpit console, and the vertical lines characterised by the meter cluster and centre console panels help the driver recognise the angle of the vehicle in rough and mountainous terrain.
2019 Suzuki Jimny Engine
The previous 1.3-litre engine is replaced by a 1.5-litre engine in the 2019 Suzuki Jimny. It delivers stronger torque at all rpm than its predecessor, with sufficient torque at low revolutions improving driving performance particularly while driving off-road, where low revolution is often required. Regardless of the increased displacement, it has smaller sized general dimensions than the engine it replaces, with 15% minimized weight, contributing to boosted fuel performance.
The 5-speed manual transmission has actually optimised gear ratios for the new engine and also uses much better fuel effectiveness. The shift lever has been redesigned to lower vibration, and also offers a more solid and direct feeling when altering equipments. The 4-speed automatic transmission has also been revamped to provide less friction and better fuel economy. The shift pattern has been altered from the previous gate type to the straight (lined up) type to streamline operation.
2019 Suzuki Jimny Safety
Suzuki Safety Support is Suzuki’s preventative safety technology that assists the motorist avoid mishaps and supports the chauffeur to have comfort during every day driving. With Dual Sensor Brake Support (DSBS), if the system identifies that there is a threat of crash with a forward vehicle or pedestrian, it provides an audio and visual caution, increases braking force, or uses strong automated brakes depending on the situation, in an effort to prevent the collision or lower damage. Other functions include lane departure caution and weaving alert function to help the chauffeur keep alert, and high beam assist supports unwinding, considerate night driving by automatically switching the low and high beams.