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The Jimny Sierra gets the 1.5-litre K15B engine that makes 102hp and 130Nm of torque.
The standard Jimny is powered by 660cc petrol motor making 64hp and 96Nm of peak torque.
Both the Jimny and Jimny Sierra get various customisation options like this 'Heritage Style' Jimny.
The interiors are simple, yet functional, with bits borrowed from the Suzuki parts bin.
The Jimny 'Off-road Style' features a different decal on the sides and spare tyre mount and a blacked-out roof.
Both models are capable of off-roading thanks to the 4WD setup.
The rear seats feature a 50:50 split, folding function.
The Jimny Revival Style brings back the iconic side decals and a surfboard attachment for the roof rack.
The Jimny Sierra 'Heritage Style'.
The Jimny Sierra 'Off-road Style'.
The Jimny Sierra 'Revival Style'.
The various custom options for the spare tyre mount.
The Jimny Sierra 'Survival Style'.
The Jimny 'Survival Style'.
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