Reveal the Differences in the Cheap Suzuki Jimny, So Similar to a Katana

JAKARTA, – Suzuki Australia is rumored to be launching a cheap version of the Jimny Lite or Jimny in August. The Jimny Lite was deliberately imported from Japan to cut the pivot time.

Reported from CarAdvice, the cheap version of the Jimny has fewer features than the Jimny Sierra or Jimny kei cars sold in Japan.

From the front view, the difference is immediately apparent from the absence fog lamp or fog lights. The projector headlights have also been replaced with multi-reflector halogens.

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Moving to the side, the Jimny Lite rearview mirror is still manual with a black plastic base material. Rim alloy which was present previously was also replaced with black can rims.

In the interior, entertainment features are also reduced to keep prices down. The previous 7-inch touch screen head unit has now become 2-DIN audio.

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From a technical point of view, the Jimny Lite only has a 5-speed manual transmission option. The 4×4 drive system is still maintained.

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As for the engine, the cheap version of the Jimny still carries the K15B engine with a capacity of 1,500 cc with 102 hp and 130 Nm of torque.

The rest of the Jimny Lite is still the same as the previous Jimny. Passenger capacity also persists with a four-person configuration.

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