Suzuki Jimny 5-door Heritage edition revealed

    Jimny Heritage Edition will first go on sale in Australia; based on made-in-India Jimny.

    Published On May 15, 2024 05:10:00 PM


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    The Suzuki Jimny in Australia has received a special ‘Heritage’ edition that's limited to just 500 units. Suzuki says that the Jimny XL Heritage pays homage to the off-roader’s 4x4 history from the 70s, 80s and 90s.

    1. Heritage edition gets unique decals, red mud flaps
    2. Available with 5-speed manual gearbox only

    Suzuki Jimny XL Heritage edition: what’s new?

    For the uninitiated, the 5-door Jimny is sold in Australia as the Jimny XL, and this has now received the new Heritage edition; the 3-door Jimny had received the special edition last March.

    The changes include special decals on the body with Heritage logo, a unique cargo tray and red mud flaps. The Jimny XL Heritage is available in White, Chiffon Ivory with Bluish Black Pearl roof, Jungle Green, Bluish Black Pearl and Granite Grey Metallic colour options.

    Suzuki Jimny XL: specs, features, price

    The 5-door Jimny is built in India and exported to Australia. It gets the same 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine as the Indian model, however, it is tuned slightly differently to produce 100hp and 130Nm of torque; 5hp and 4Nm less than the Indian model. The Jimny XL Heritage edition is only available with a 5-speed manual transmission, but the SUV is also offered with a 4-speed torque converter automatic.

    The Jimny XL is offered with features like a 9-inch touchscreen infotainment system, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, hill-hold control, hill-descent control, auto climate control, six airbags, LED headlights and so on. Over the India-spec model, the Jimny XL gets an ADAS suite with Autonomous Emergency Braking (AEB) as standard to comply with local safety norms.

    Maruti Jimny price in India

    The Maruti Jimny in India is priced between Rs 12.74 lakh-14.95 lakh (ex-showroom). The SUV is currently being offered with a Rs 1.50 lakh cash discount for MY2023 units, while newer MY2024 models get Rs 50,000 cash discount.

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