Australia Sees The Release Of The Suzuki Jimny Vintage Edition.

Features of the Suzuki Jimny Heritage


The Jimny Heritage’s features are the same as those of the regular Jimny. It has a leather-wrapped steering wheel, an Android Auto and Apple CarPlay-compatible 7.0-inch touchscreen entertainment system, LED projector headlights, a rearview camera, and temperature control.

What does the Suzuki Jimny Heritage get?

Suzuki Australia has given the Jimny Heritage edition unique retro-themed graphics with Orange and Red stripes on the sides and back to honour the Jimny’s off-road legacy from the 1970s, ’80s, and ’90s. It receives a Jimny Heritage sticker on the back fenders in addition to the classic patterns. Moreover, the Jimny has Red mud flaps with a White Suzuki logo. Just White, Jungle Green, Bluish Black Pearl, and Medium Grey are offered in the Heritage edition.

Suzuki Jimny Heritage: No Modifications To The Mechanics

The Jimny Legacy has not gone through any mechanical alterations from Suzuki. The 1.5-liter petrol K15B engine still produces 105 hp and 134 Nm of torque. The Heritage version will only be offered with a 5-speed manual transmission, claims Suzuki. With the standard model, a 4-speed torque converter automatic gearbox is still an option. The Heritage model also comes with the Suzuki AllGrip Pro four-wheel drive system.

Maruti Suzuki Jimny: Anticipated Cost, Release Date, and Competitors

During the Auto Expo 2023 on January 12, Maruti Suzuki unveiled the 5-door Jimny. The estimated price is Rs. 12 lakh (ex-showroom). More than 15,000 bookings have already been made for the off-road Vehicle, and its pricing will likely be announced in May. It will be offered in four different versions and marketed through Maruti’s Nexa dealerships.

The 5-door Jimny won’t have any direct rivals when it debuts, but it will compete with upcoming 5-door versions of the Mahindra Thar and Force Gurkha.

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