Is Suzuki Jimny a good car?

It is a capable and cost-effective little adventurer that’s low on luxe but big on heart. It makes very little sense for most of us to drive, and even less sense for any of us to own, but in terms of allowing a great big slice of cheery fun into your life, the Jimny simply delivers where very little else can.

Why have they stopped making Suzuki Jimny?

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.

Why is the Suzuki Jimny banned in the US?

This includes the costs of marketing, building dealerships, customer service, and more. Plus, the 2020 Suzuki Jimny would have a higher price to cover the cost of the import tax on bringing vehicles to the United States, and with a higher price, it may not do well against competitors like the Jeep Wrangler.

Are Suzuki Jimnys safe?

The Jimny was awarded three stars when it was crash-tested by Euro NCAP, which isn’t particularly encouraging. The car comes with safety systems including Dual Sensor Brake Support (DSBS), which operates if the system determines there’s a risk of collision with a vehicle in front or a pedestrian.

Is Suzuki Jimny expensive?

Used cars more expensive than new cars With very less supply in comparison to demand, prices of used Jimny units have seen an unprecedented hike. Surprisingly all them are quoted at a price above the car’s base price of AU$28,490 (equivalent to INR 16.27 lakh).

Can you import a new Suzuki Jimny?

The Imported Vehicle Safety Compliance Act of 1988 states that current import regulations, designed to ensure things like safety and emissions standards, “do not apply to motor vehicles that are at least 25 years old (based on the month and year of manufacture).” So as much as we’d love to rock something like, say, the …

Will Suzuki make a 4 door Jimny?

Suzuki’s long-awaited four-door Jimny will launch in 2022, with Indian media reporting the brand’s local factory will start producing the bigger, more practical off-roader for domestic and international markets in July.

Will Suzuki Jimny come 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.