The Jimny 3-door in Europe received a 3 star safety certification after passing their demanding crash testing.
This occurred in 2018, when the 3-door Jimny received an adult occupant protection rating of 73% and a child occupant protection rating of 84%. We anticipate this will receive a good score because the model was evaluated for a 3-door variant; the 5-door version rating has not yet been released. For instance, the Jimny 3-door received the above-mentioned score for the Euro NCAP safety rating, which is substantially harsher, while the Brezza received the 4 stars in the GNCAP safety rating.
In addition to the pricing, the safety rating is perhaps one of the most talked-about aspects of the upcoming Maruti Jimny introduction. At the Auto Expo, the Jimny was displayed in its 5-door configuration. At first glance, the car impressed us with its sturdy construction, particularly how strong it seems. The Jimny 3-door in Europe received a 3-star safety certification after passing their demanding crash testing.
The Maruti Suzuki Jimny 5-door is equipped with six airbags, a brake (LSD) limited slip differential, hill descent control, ESP with hill hold aid, a rearview camera, and ABS with EBD. The SUV will also come equipped with ALLGRIP PRO technology, making it a true 4×4 SUV. You may instantly switch from 2H two-wheel drive to 4H four-wheel drive using the 4WD transfer case. There is also a 4L (low-range transfer gear) driving mode, of course.
A 1.5-liter K-series engine with Idle Start-Stop technology and manual and automatic transmission choices would power the Jimny at launch. There will be a 4-speed torque converter automatic transmission in addition to the 5-speed manual transmission. By the end of next month, the Jimny’s official prices will be known. Keep checking back because we’ll shortly be driving the Jimny.