Suzuki will market the Jimny 4Sport in Brazil; the 5-door version is anticipated to debut in India the following year.
In the Latin American market, Suzuki has introduced the Jimny Sierra 4-Sport, an off-road-oriented variant of the Jimny. Only 100 examples of the tough SUV will be built by Suzuki, who will make some aesthetic tweaks but leave the engine alone.
- Acquires gear such as a snorkel and off-road tyres
- The Jimny 4Sport is an off-road-oriented variant of the vehicle.
- India will receive a five-door Jimny next year.
Suzuki Jimny Sierra 4Sport Receives Aesthetic Upgrades and Extra Gear
Suzuki claims that the snorkel on the Jimny 4Sport increases the SUV’s ability to wade through 600mm of water. It also has a matte black rock slider that serves as a side step and protects the bodywork from damage. Moreover, it receives a black roof with a carrier and two front and two rear tow hooks. The revised skid plates have caused the approach and departure angles of the 4Sport to drop from 37 degrees to 31 degrees and from 49 degrees to 40 degrees, respectively, compared to the normal model. The new Pirelli MTR off-road tyres on this limited edition vehicle are another addition.
New side mouldings, black 4Sport badging on the doors, blue graphics on the bonnet, and 15-inch alloy wheels are some of the modest aesthetic improvements to the exteriors.
The only inside modifications are blue accents added to the gear shifter surrounds and Air vents. The front seats now have the 4Sport emboss and new seats with blue stitching and embellishments. A large 4Sport emblem can be seen on the passenger side of the dashboard as well.
Next Year, The Suzuki Jimny Five-Door Will Arrive in India.
Suzuki is preparing the five-door Jimny for our market, despite the 4Sport not coming to our nation. The five-door vehicle will probably make its North American debut at the 2023 Auto Show after the test mule was recently sighted in Europe.
The 5-door Jimny will be comparable in length to the Swift (3,845mm) but shorter than the new Brezza, according to sources. It will be around 3,850mm long, 1,645mm wide, and 1,730mm tall (3,995mm). Moreover, it will be 100kg heavier and have a 300mm longer wheelbase than the 3-door variant.
The 1.5-liter K15C mild-hybrid petrol engine that will power the Jimny for India will be mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic transmission. The 5-door version’s debut at the Delhi Auto Expo in 2023 and the SUV’s distribution through Maruti Suzuki’s Nexa dealerships are almost certain events. When it is released, it will face competition from vehicles like the Mahindra Thar, which is also being produced in a five-door form, and the Force Gurkha.