Maruti Suzuki Jimny launched at Rs 12.74 lakh

    The Jimny uses Maruti’s older K15B engine unlike the newer models that get the K15C engine.

    Published On Jun 07, 2023 10:44:00 AM


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    Maruti Suzuki has launched the much-awaited Jimny SUV in India, with prices starting from Rs 12.74 lakh for the entry-level Zeta trim and going up to Rs 15.05 lakh for the top-spec Alpha trim (both prices ex-showroom, India). Bookings for the Jimny have been underway since its debut at Auto Expo 2023, and the company has already amassed over 30,000 bookings. Our dealer sources have said deliveries will start from mid-June in a phased manner. 

    1. Jimny gets 105hp, 1.5-litre petrol engine
    2. Available in two trims: Zeta and Alpha
    3. Deliveries to start in the coming weeks

    Developed specifically for our market – India is the first country to get the five-door version – the Jimny will be produced at Maruti’s Gurugram plant and exported to other markets from there. Customers can opt for the Jimny via Maruti's subscription programme for a monthly fee of Rs 33,550. 

    Here's a detailed look at the full price list of the Jimny in India:

    Maruti Jimny price
    Zeta MTRs 12.74 lakh
    Alpha MTRs 13.69 lakh
    Alpha MT dual-toneRs 13.85 lakh
    Zeta ATRs 13.94 lakh
    Alpha ATRs 14.89 lakh
    Alpha AT dual-toneRs 15.05 lakh

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny powertrain, platform 

    The Jimny is powered by a sole 105hp, 134Nm, 1.5-litre, four-cylinder naturally aspirated petrol engine that comes mated to either a 5-speed manual or a 4-speed torque converter automatic. However, unlike Maruti’s remaining line-up in India, which has moved on to the newer K15C engine, the Jimny uses the older-spec K15B engine. Maruti claims a fuel efficiency of 16.94kpl for the manual variant, while the automatic variant returns a mileage of 16.39kpl. 

    As far as off-road gear is concerned, the Jimny gets Suzuki’s AllGrip Pro 4WD system with a manual transfer case and low-range gearbox with ‘2WD-high’, ‘4WD-high’ and ‘4WD-low’ modes. It’s underpinned by a rugged, ladder-frame chassis, gets a 3-link rigid axle suspension and an electronic traction control system. The Jimny 5-door has a ground clearance of 210mm.

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny trims, features

    The Jimny's Alpha trim gets all the bells and whistles, including automatic LED headlamps, a 9.0-inch SmartPlay Pro+ infotainment system, automatic climate control, cruise control, keyless entry and go, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, among others. A suite of safety features, which include six airbags, ESP and hill-hold assist are offered as standard.

    The Jimny is available in a total of seven colour options, two of which are dual-tone. Despite being a proper five-door, the Jimny is still only a four-seater model.

    As for the interior itself, the dashboard has an all-black theme and looks quite rugged with a dashboard-mounted grab handle on the passenger side and faux exposed bolts. Some elements such as the steering wheel and circular dials for the HVAC controls are shared with other Maruti models like the Swift. Like in the Thar, the buttons to operate the power windows are located in between the front seats.

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny dimensions and design

    Measuring 3,985mm in length and with a wheelbase of 2,590mm, the Jimny 5-door’s wheelbase is 340mm longer than the 3-door model. It has a width of 1,645mm and a height of 1,720mm. The rear doors, however, get quite a small 'usable' rear glass area due to a large-ish quarter glass.

    That aside, the signature Jimny design traits – upright pillars, clean surfacing, circular headlamps, slatted grille, chunky off-road tyres, flared wheel arches and tailgate-mounted spare tyre – are all there on the India-spec model as well. The Jimny 5-door rides on 15-inch alloy wheels wrapped with 195/80 section tyres.

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny rivals

    The Jimny joins a growing segment of lifestyle off-roaders in India, and although not a direct rival, it will see competition from the Mahindra Thar (Rs 10.54 lakh - Rs 16.77 lakh) and Force Gurkha (Rs 15.10 lakh) for its price and positioning.

    Also See:

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny review: The new off-road hero

    Maruti Suzuki Jimny video review

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    unknown - 410 days ago

    For an international product re-engineered for India the 5dr Jimny has been priced acceptably and would be far easier to live with than a Mahindra Thar given the off road prowess that's been established internationally. People who were expecting "Spresso" like pricing will definitely be disappointed.

    Piush Agnihotri - 410 days ago

    seriously expensive

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