Suzuki Gives The Jimny The Tiniest Of Updates In Japan

Suzuki has announced some small updates for the Japanese market Jimny and Jimny Sierra models.

The updated off-roaders will be released on October 20, 2021. Models equipped with the four-speed automatic transmission now feature an automatic start-stop feature to cut down on emissions and reduce fuel consumption. This start/stop feature only works when the vehicle is in two-wheel drive mode.

Elsewhere, the updated Jimny and Jimny Sierra now include automatic headlights even if they are not equipped with the available Suzuki Safety Support system, as well as a spare tire cover. No other changes have been made and it is not yet clear if and when these upgrades will be introduced in other markets.

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The most affordable Suzuki Jimny on sale is the Jimny XG variant with the 5-speed manual transmission that starts at 1.485 million yen ($13,513). Other variants on offer include the Jimny XL starting at 1.611 million yen ($14,660), the Jimny XC starting at 1.776 million yen ($16,161), the Jimny Sierra JL that’s available from 1.793 million ($16,316), and the flagship Jimny Sierra JC that’s priced at 1.958 million ($17,817) with the five-speed manual and 2.0845 million ($18,969) with the 4-speed automatic.

The launch of these updates comes a few months after the Jimny was launched as an LCV in Europe. It is virtually identical to the standard model but is a two-seater since the rear seats have been deleted for a larger 863-liter cargo area with a safety partition grid and has simple 15-inch steel wheels.




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