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Suzuki Jimny is a mini 4×4 SUV, often called a tiny off-roader. It’s a fairly simple car with not many frills. But its tiny size and rugged ability make it a fantastic car for off-roading. First introduced in 1970, this little SUV is now in its fourth generation

The first generation Suzuki Jimny was called the LJ10 (Light Jeep 10). It came with a 359cc air-cooled in-line two-cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual transmission. In 1972, Suzuki introduced the LJ20 model with a water-cooled engine. 

The second generation Suzuki Jimny came in 1981 with a 539cc three-cylinder engine. Later, the same model came with bigger 970cc and 1328cc engines with 5-speed manual transmission.

The third generation Suzuki Jimny arrived in 1998 and continued till 2018. During these years, the car was offered in four different engine sizes — 658cc, 1298cc, 1328cc, and 1461cc. The third-gen came with a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission options.

The latest fourth generation Jimny was introduced in 2018 with a 1.5L engine with a 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission options. 

Exterior

The latest fourth generation Suzuki Jimny has the same retro look as the previous generations but with a few styling cues from other off-roaders. Although the current Jimny weighs almost twice as much as the first one, it still looks a bit like a baby Jeep. New Jimny’s squared-off design gives it a tougher look than its predecessor, but the grille and round headlights borrow heavily from the first-gen Jimny. Chunky 15-inch all-season tires add to its off-roading capabilities.

Interior

The interior of Suzuki Jimny is pretty basic, but it does bring a host of feel-good features. The neat leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel is height adjustable. The front is surprisingly roomy, but the back seats are cramped. There are no rear doors and climbing into the second row is a hassle. The rear windows are fixed and can’t be opened. There are no air vents, so it can feel claustrophobic on long trips.

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