Jimny Specs & FeaturesSuzuki Jimny Specs
Key specifications & features of the Suzuki Jimny. View engine specs, dimensions, safety and technology features in detail below
- Gasoline / 1462 cc
- Parking Sensors
- Child Safety Locks
- Side Impact Beams
- Rear Seat Belts
- Front Impact Beams
Suzuki Jimny Price List
Suzuki Jimny price starts at ₱1.06 Million and goes upto ₱1.16 Million. Checkout Jimny price list below to see the SRP prices and promos available.
Suzuki Jimny Latest Updates
The newest Suzuki Jimny has received so much hype that its very small 100 car quota for the Philippines would seem ridiculous. This is because the Jimny is in such high demand that production cannot keep up. Now in its fourth generation, the Jimny has a charming and rugged style that gives it instant likability. The tiny SUV might seem cute, but it packs some serious off-road ability thanks to off road-friendly dimensions, capable ladder frame with rigid axle suspension, and part-time 4WD with low range transfer gear. Also equipped are hill descent control, hill hold control, and braking limited-slip differential. Power comes from a 1.5 L inline 4 petrol engine churning out 100 hp and 130 Nm of torque coupled to either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed automatic transmission. The interior has received a 9” touchscreen infotainment screen as standard on all three variants. Automatic air conditioning, cruise control, and rear parking camera are reserved for the topmost trim. Prices start from Php 975000 and go up to Php 1095000.
Suzuki Jimny Fuel Consumption
The Suzuki Jimny 2020 Fuel Consumption is 17 kmpl.
|Gasoline||Manual / Automatic||17 Kmpl|
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Suzuki Jimny Overview
The fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny has come a long way since it first debuted in 1970. With the tag line “Nobody but Jimny,” Suzuki aims to market their Kei off-roader to adventure seekers looking to escape the city on a road adventure. It’s rugged exterior boasts of simplicity and functionality, a ‘little engine that could.’ Below are elements of the Jimny that we like most and areas where it could improve on.
Suzuki Jimny Interior
Inside the current Suzuki Jimny, as anyone would expect from a Kei vehicle, is a compact space with no-nonsense as the Japanese automaker maximizes it with practical features. Taking the angular theme inside the cabin, the horizontal instrument panel gets circular breaks from the round AC vents, meter cluster, multi-function steering wheel, and round knobs. The grained surface finish, though scratch and stain resistant, somewhat adds to the plasticky feel of the interior. The center-mounted 9-inch multimedia touchscreen is navigation ready, with Mirror Link connectivity, and off-road function visuals—clinometer, compass, altimeter, and barometer. Cubbies are peppered throughout the vehicle to keep things organized. It is a tight squeeze on the second row if you’re going to fit three adults especially since the floor console tray between the two front seats protrudes in the back for extra storage which takes up the precious second-row legroom. But if you have little kids in tow, then the legroom on the back will not be a problem. Plus, the 2-door feature is an added safety feature.
Suzuki Jimny Exterior
One of the best things that the Jimny pulled off is its rugged exterior design. The boxy design of this Suzuki off-roader is both aesthetically refreshing and utilitarian that pays homage to its heritage design. The front windshield looks expansive with a more upright A-pillars while the flat clamshell hood maintains the angular design. The fourth-generation Jimny sports the distinct five slats rectangular grille flanked by big, round LED headlights accentuated by front turn lamps which is an updated reinterpretation of the first-generation design. Below is the front molded black bumper with air dam and fog lights. On the sides are the same black, squarish wheel arches and horizontal slit-like design on the front pillars which is reminiscent of the second-generation. At the back are combination taillights located at the rear bumper with angled edges and smack at the center is the extra tire holder. The boxy design also ensures that there is a wide rear windshield for optimal situational awareness. Despite not having a roof rail for extra storage that will maximize its wide roof, the Jimny has a functional drip rail that runs on both sides of the vehicle which prevents rainwater from dripping when passengers board and alight from the vehicle.
Suzuki Jimny Ride & Handling
When it comes to urban driving, the Jimny can easily tackle potholes and humps with ease. However, maximizing its off-roading feature makes it more enjoyable to drive. The higher ground clearance allows this Suzuki vehicle to climb over obstacles and steep hills with ease without having to worry about the underbody and the bumper from getting scratched. The rigid axle suspension with coil spring makes for better stability and a stronger grip on uneven terrains.
Suzuki Jimny Engine & Fuel Consumption
When it comes to power, the Suzuki Jimny is equipped with K15B 4 cylinders, 16 valves, gasoline engine that can churn a maximum output of 100 hp at 6,000 rpm and 130 Nm of peak torque at 4,000 rpm. The engine is partnered to either a 5-speed MT or a 4-speed AT transmission. The compact and light mill of the engine is more fuel-efficient and has stronger torque than the previous Jimny models.
Suzuki Jimny Braking & Safety
When it comes to safety, the Jimny has solid disc front breaks and drum brakes on the rear. For safety, this Suzuki off-roader is equipped with the basics such as seatbelts, airbags, reverse camera, parking sensors, hill descent, hill hold, and immobilizer.
Suzuki Jimny Verdict
The Suzuki Jimny is a very versatile vehicle that can easily do your metro runs and shift to weekend adventures with ease so there is truly value for money there. But do remember that this is a compact vehicle and thus, space is its major limitation. If you feel like driving up to Baguio or roughing it out on Mt. Pinatubo, the Suzuki Jimny is good enough vehicle to do the job. But those sitting on the front might be the only ones who would enjoy the long trip. I would not dream of riding in the second row on such a long drive. It will be best to fold down the second row and dump all your gears and enjoy the outdoor adventure alone or with a partner.