Suzuki finally took the wraps of the new generation Suzuki Jimny early this year, for the European market, and we must say, the fluorescent colour looks really good on it.
The three-door SUV comes with the classic design element like the round headlamps, five-slot grille, gathered rear combination lamps, and heavy-duty bumpers.
Suzuki says that many design elements of the new Jimny were inherited from previous-gen models, creating a familiar yet distinct Jimny look. The new-gen Jimny is the most distinctive one yet, especially its new boxy design that reminds us of the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen.
The 2019 Suzuki Jimny comes with 15-inch dark-metallic alloy wheels to enhance its road presence.
The 2019 Suzuki Jimny maintains its square body, while the upright A-pillars and flat clamshell bonnet has its own visual appeal.
The SUV comes with a dipped driver and passenger window lines that expand visibility from the side windows, while the front grille is simple and black, highlighting the round signature headlamps.
The drip rails on the roof edges prevents water ingress into the cabin when opening or closing a door, while the wheel arch extensions and side sill covers protecting the body from stone chips.
The Suzuki Jimny comes with the Allgrip Pro AWD system as standard. It features a part-time 4WD system with low range transfer gear, which can be easily switched from 2H (2WD-high gear), 4H (4WD-high gear) and 4L (4WD-low gear) modes by a shift lever directly connected to the transfer gear.
The Suzuki Jimny is powered by the new 1.5-litre K15B 4-cylinder petrol engine makes over 100 bhp at 6000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 130 Nm at 4000 rpm.
The Jimny gets handsome black interior accentuated by features like the touchscreen infotainment system, the cool-looking automatic climate control system, tactile buttons, and the multi-functional steering wheel.
The five-seater cabin comes with 50:50 split seats at the back which can be folded to create more space.
On the inside you get black interiors, while the cabin has horizontal lines defined by the instrument panel, vertical lines for the meter cluster and a 7-inch infrared touchscreen.
The Jimny will be 3,395 mm in length, 1,475 mm in width, and 1,725 in height, with a ground clearance of 205 mm. The Jimny Sierra, on the other hand, measures a good 3,550 mm in length, 1,645 mm in width, 1,730 mm height and a higher ground clearance of 210 mm. Wheelbase for both the models remains at 2,250 mm.
The Jimny features include Hill hold and descent control, 6 airbags, electronic stability programme (ESP), Tyre pressure monitoring system and more.