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Suzuki Jimny

$ 30,490 - $ 33,490* MRLP

This is no faux-wheel drive. The Suzuki Jimny is a bona fide four-wheel drive, with rugged ladder frame construction and a low range transfer case to take you places off-road that other compact SUVs can only dream of, with a lineage that stretches back 50+ years, to back up its staunch credentials.

Latest Suzuki Jimny ratings breakdown

7.6

Performance
8.0
Safety Technology
6.5
Ride Quality
7.5
Infotainment & Connectivity
7.0
Handling & Dynamics
7.8
Energy Efficiency
8.0
Driver Technology
7.0
Value for Money
7.9
Interior Comfort & Packaging
7.5
Fit for Purpose
9.0
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What we love

  • -Extra space is actually useful
  • -Proper low-range gearing and off-road capability 
  • -Styling doesn't look weird with the added doors
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What we don't

  • -Safety rating has to be mentioned
  • -You do sit high in the second row
  • -We'd prefer the tailgate to open square
2024 Suzuki Jimny XL review: Australian first drivePlayIconRounded
Launch Review | 6 Dec 2023

7.6

If you read forums and comments sections the five-door Jimny XL is exactly what Aussies have been after.
Should I buy a 2023 Land Rover Defender or a 2022 Suzuki Jimny Lite?
Comparison | 25 Feb 2023

7.5

Two off-road titans from very different ends of town meet to duke it out over which is the ultimate go-anywhere icon.
2022 Suzuki Jimny v Mercedes-Benz G400 comparison
Comparison | 31 May 2022

8.1

Does it get any more David and Goliath than this? We put a tough-as-nails $27K off-roader up against a $240K monster just for fun.
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2022 Suzuki Jimny Lite review
Review | 11 Jan 2022

7.7

Stripped-out, steel wheel and no infotainment in sight. The Suzuki Jimny Lite doesn't care, and you shouldn't either.

Suzuki Jimny Price*

YearVariantPrice
2023Suzuki Jimny Lite 1.5L SUV 4XD Manual$30,490
2023Suzuki Jimny GLX 1.5L SUV 4XD Manual$31,990
2023Suzuki Jimny GLX 1.5L SUV 4XD$33,490

Suzuki Jimny Specs:

Variant (1 available)
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Price
$30,490*
FuelType
Petrol
Transmission
Manual
Drive Type
4XD
Engine
1.5i
Fuel Efficiency
6.4L / 100km
Seats
4
Towing braked
1300 kg
Towing unbraked
350 kg
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Suzuki Jimny Dimensions

The Suzuki Jimny has 3 variants. The height is 1720mm, the width is 1645mm and length is 3480mm.

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Suzuki Jimny wait times in Australia: The latest information
news | 6 Dec 2023
Wait times for the Suzuki Jimny four-wheel-drive are reducing as production bottlenecks ease. Here is what you need to know.
2024 Suzuki Jimny XL five-door price and specsPlayIconRounded
news | 5 Dec 2023
Prices for the Suzuki Jimny five-door have been confirmed ahead of first deliveries due at the start of next year.
Order book reopened for Suzuki Jimny three-door automatic
news | 5 Dec 2023
More than 10 months after orders for automatic versions of the three-door Suzuki Jimny were paused, the two-pedal off-roader is back on sale.
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Toyota's small-car division to take on Suzuki Jimny with city 4x4 – report
news | 27 Nov 2023
Toyota’s small-car division Daihatsu is sizing up to challenge the Suzuki Jimny, according to Japanese media reports.
These are Australia's cheapest off-roaders
Buying Advice | 23 Aug 2023
These cheap (but new) off-roaders are the most cost-effective ways to hit the tracks.
Weight class – the lightest, and heaviest, cars for sale in Australia
Advice | 29 Apr 2023
There's almost 3000kg separating the lightest and the heaviest cars on sale today, so where does yours weigh in?
Did you know Japan gets another version of the Suzuki Jimny?
Advice | 19 Jul 2022
Here are the key differences between the JB64 and JB74 Suzuki Jimny.
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What a big wheelbase you have! Short 4x4s that grew
Culture | 7 Jul 2022
A five-door Suzuki Jimny is big news, but it's not the first short-wheelbase 4x4 to undergo a growth spurt in the quest for more buyers.
2021 Suzuki Jimny GJ GLX: owner review
Owner Review | 24 Oct 2022
My partner wanted a comfortable and quiet daily driver. I wanted a Suzuki Jimny. We compromised and got a Jimny.
2000 Suzuki Jimny JX (4x4) review
Owner Review | 26 Nov 2016
Most reliable car/'Beep' (too small to call it a Jeep) I have ever driven! I have had it 15 years and this is the first time I have had any trouble. It's old now and I dread parting with it. The Jimny has got me through snow, mud, floods and mountains.
2015 Suzuki Jimny Review
Owner Review | 11 Aug 2015
I bought the Jimny new, in March 2015. First thing I did was to take out the rear seats, and fit a "storage" system that would hold all I need for trips by myself, swag-camping along the way. As long as you "get it", you cannot be anything other than rapped with these little beasts. It's still "stock" apart from an Outback Accessories bull bar and a transfer cover bash plate, but it is still an awesome 4WD when it comes to off-road! I loaded up recently, to travel up the coast from Perth to Karijini National Park, stopping off at points along the way. I had it loaded to GVM, but it hardly felt any different to running with driver only. I have to say that the Jimny isn't suited to dirt roads with severe corrugations. I think the wheel base is to short to ride over them comfortably. It's a testament to the build quality that it didn't fall apart - my dash cam was recording almost constant +2G readings at one stage. What amazed me was the way it drove on the highway. I did the return trip (1600 km) with only stops for fuel, and I never felt fatigued once! Believe me, I would have broken the journey if I was feeling too tired, having had a couple of "incidents" whilst driving my company Hilux. As previously stated - if you "get" the Jimny, then you will enjoy it immensely, but they aren't for everyone. You need to "get" that it has a small motor. You need to "get" that it is geared a bit like a truck, therefore doesn't do 0 to 100 kph in 5 seconds!!
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FAQs

Is the Suzuki Jimny available with an automatic?
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Yes. The Jimny is offered with either a four-speed automatic or five-speed manual transmission.

Is the Suzuki Jimny fuel efficient?
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The Suzuki Jimny has a claimed combined cycle fuel consumption of 6.4L/100km (manual) or 6.9L/100km (automatic). Expect to see 8-9L/100km around town and low-6L/100km on highway cycle.

Where is the Suzuki Jimny made?
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For the Australian market, the Suzuki Jimny is made in Suzuki's Kosai factory in Shizuoka, Japan.

Does the Suzuki Jimny have five seats?
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No. The short-wheelbase Jimny has three-doors and four-seats.

How fast is the Suzuki Jimny?
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There is no official 0-100km/h time for the Jimny, but our testing has it somewhere in the 13-14-second range. So no, it isn't fast.

Is the Suzuki Jimny petrol or diesel?
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There is only a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine. It requires a minimum of 91RON unleaded fuel. There is no diesel option.

What is the tow rating of a Suzuki Jimny?
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350kg unbrakes / 1300kg braked

What is the maximum weight a Suzuki Jimny can carry?
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The GVM (Gross Vehicle Mass) of a Jimny is 1435kg. That means, with a kerb weight of 1075kg, you can carry 360kg (which includes the driver, fuel, and any passengers and luggage).

How big is a Suzuki Jimny?
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The Jimny is a compact 4x4. Measurements are: length 3480mm, width 1645mm, height 1720mm, wheelbase 2250mm

Is the Suzuki Jimny good off road?
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Yes. The Jimny features low-range gearing and 210mm ground clearance. It features an approach angle of 37-degrees, departure angle of 49-degrees and a ramp-angle of 28-degrees.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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