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Used Suzuki Jimny for sale


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Suzuki Jimny is an adventurous rugged mini sports utility vehicle specifically been designed for the outdoor leisure and fun activities. It was initially introduced in April 1970 and still continuing its core prestige with a more than 3 decades successful history. The first design was a robust and solid military jeep structure with a rigid firm hardtop. It was purposefully used for operational activities. It was designed with a variety of body styles such as a 2-door wagon, 2- door convertible, and cab chassis style. It was offered with a 4-speed manual gear transmission.
The Second Generation was released in May 1981 and continued till 1998. It was also known as Suzuki Samurai and Suzuki Potohar.It offered the option of the front engine rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. It also offered multiple body style categories with a 5-speed manual transmission.
The all new Jimny 2016 has recently unveiled its appearance as an all-terrain 4x4 Small SUV consisting of a compact off-road sturdy exterior design like LED front head lights, metallic bar grille, fog lights, power side mirrors, alloy wheels, and short-sized front bonnet. The roof rails add a tremendous attraction for customers.
It offers a well furnished and state of the art interior design cabin with seating capacity for up to 4 people. The rear trunk side is ideal for ample luggage space.
Suzuki Jimny is a perfect mini SUV for a challenging and exciting off-road adventure drive. It can easily ascend top hill rocky mountains and runs smoothly on any kind of uneven road surfaces.
As for a safety measure, it offers multiple features for a safe ride such as electronic stability control, anti-lock braking system, airbags, and 3 point seat belts.
Car Junction offers Used Suzuki Jimny for Sale at suitable prices. We also deal in brand new Japanese cars in Africa, Asia, Caribbean, and the Pacific.