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Suzuki Jimny Specifications: ▪ Length/width/height/wheelbase - 3,645/1,645/1,720/2,250 mm ▪ Kerb weight - 1,165-1,185 kg ▪ Ground clearance - 210 mm ▪ Approach/breakover/departure angle - 37/28/49 degrees ▪ Engine - 1.5-litre (1,462 cc), 4-cylinder in-line, petrol ▪ Max output - 102 hp (75 kW) at 6,000 rpm ▪ Max torque - 130 Nm at 4,000 rpm ▪ Transmission - 5-speed manual / 4-speed automatic; AWD ▪ Top speed (auto) - 145 (140) km/h ▪ Fuel consumption (auto) - 7.7/6.2/6.8 (8.4/6.9/7.5) l/100km urban/extra-urban/combined ________ CGI Snake by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/divider/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/
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2019 Suzuki Jimny Sierra review Interior and off-road. BIG оff-road test drive small 2019 Suzuki Jimny interior and exterior https://youtu.be/azWXpYWSqEM The Jimny is one of Suzuki’s most iconic and longest-lived models, yet across the three generations sold here thus far it has retained a formula that is best described as “stubbornly basic”. A ladder frame chassis, live axles at front and rear, and a proper 4x4 driveline with low-range gearing have been common elements throughout the Jimny’s history. That’s not to say those rugged fourbie underpinnings are on the way out. Not by a long shot. The new Jimny might sit on a brand-new (and more rigid) chassis, but there’s still a three-link live axle at each end and a dual-range transfer case in the middle. It’s one of very few off-roaders to still boast such a configuration. The real changes occur elsewhere. Some are subtle, like the body mounting bushings that are soft in a vertical direction for better comfort, but stiffer laterally to reduce pitching and rolling of the cabin. Others are more obvious, like how the tail lamps have been relocated to the bumper to enable a 1015mm wide and 850mm tall rear door opening. There are more dimensional tweaks elsewhere, many of them quite significant. At 3645mm the new Jimny is actually 30mm shorter than the outgoing third-gen model, while at 1645mm it measures 45mm wider. Height is 15mm greater at 1720mm, while the 2250mm wheelbase is identical to the old car. At 1075kg empty, it’s just 10kg heavier than its predecessor. Off-road credentials also improve. In Japan the new Jimny Sierra (which forms the basis for the Australian-market Jimny) boasts 205mm of ground clearance – a 15mm advantage over the car it replaces. Its approach angle of 36 degrees and departure angle of 50 degrees are 2 and 4 degrees better than before, though the new car’s breakover angle of 28 degrees is a backward step from the current Jimny’s 31 degrees. There are gains under the bonnet too. With a 1.5-litre displacement, the 2019 Jimny’s K15B naturally-aspirated four-cylinder has grown in size compared to the third-gen Jimny’s 1.3-litre M13A engine. Its 75kW of power offers 20 percent more urge than the old car’s 62.5kW engine, though it remains hooked up to a comparatively low-tech pair of transmissions: a five-speed manual, or a four-speed automatic. Driver assist features (which in the old car were limited to technology like ‘headlamps’ and ‘rear vision mirrors’) are bulked up, with the new Jimny available with hill hold control, hill descent control, an off-road optimised traction control system (which also works in low range), auto highbeam and autonomous emergency braking. There’s also a refreshingly low-tech feature that should prove handy off-road: a pair of convex mirrors under the passenger wing mirror that give the driver a view of exactly where the front and rear wheels are, without requiring any fancy camera displays. Inside there are now six airbags (front, front side and full-length curtain) rather than the old car’s primitive two airbag set-up. The steering wheel only adjusts for tilt, but the cabin is now more spacious thanks to the 2019 Jimny’s upright, flat-sided glasshouse. The rear seats fold flush with the boot floor, at long last, and the 1300mm wide boot area can easily accommodate a large golf bag – or, you know, more useful off-road gear. A boot-mounted 12V outlet can power camping fridges and other accessories, and the hard plastic boot floor and folding rear seatback is designed to be durable and easily-cleaned. An under-floor storage bin is also offered. Don’t expect it to be quite as cheap as the current model, which is priced from $21,990 in manual form, but we’d be surprised if the range-topper breached the $30K mark – even in more expensive automatic trim. Friends, thanks for watching and LIKE (do NOT FORGET to PUT)! Don't miss out on new videos - SUBSCRIBE to the AutoCorp channel! //////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// https://www.youtube.com/c/AvtoCorp ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Suzuki Jimny have proven to be very capable off-road. Enthusiasts have tinkered with the small SUV to enhance its capabilities and numerous examples of modified Suzuki Jimnys can be found online. IAB's rendering imagines the new 2019 Suzuki Jimny as a hardcore off-road machine.Up front, the Suzuki Jimny off-road modifications include a protective bullbar, a winch, and additional underbody protection in the form of a bash plate. The bonnet gets an anti-glare black patch. The sides feature additional body cladding along with tyre tread body decals and 4x4 stickering. Riveted wheel arch cladding and side steps add to the utilitarian look.The Jimny rides higher than the regular model with BF Goodrich off-road tires wrapped around black alloy wheels. Other off-road centric modifications include a snorkel, a luggage rack with auxiliary lights.In its stock form, the JDM-spec Suzuki Jimny will be offered with a 660 cc petrol engine and a 1.5 L petrol engine. Both variants will be available with a part-time four-wheel drive with low range transfer gear and 3-link rigid axle suspension. Transmission options include a 4-speed torque converter automatic and a 5-speed manual. The 1.5 L engine Jimny Sierra will be offered in two grades, while the one with the smaller engine will be available in three grades. Official images of the fourth generation Suzuki Jimny were released recently. It will make its debut in Japan next month and is expected to go on sale in its home market shortly thereafter. Its European launch may take place by the end of 2018. Although the car has a neo-retro utilitarian appearance, Suzuki will offer it with features like LED projector headlamps, automatic climate control, a touchscreen infotainment system, cruise control, electrically adjustable ORVMs, and more.
In this Video we discuss about upcoming launching 2nd generation Maruti Gypsy or Jimny 2018.The new Suzuki Jimny continues to bring the tried and tested recipe of light ladder-frame off-road SUV but in its latest avatar, it’s properly modern now and looks attractive too. he Suzuki Jimny that has been in the international market for a long time now and enjoys a cult following among its 20,000 and above loyal owners in the UK alone. Maruti Suzuki India has been thinking of bringing the SUV in the country for quite some time now. The model was presented on the Indian soil back in 2012 to gauge the initial public reaction. But so far, no official movement has been made by the automaker yet. If launched, the Jimny SUV will be positioned as an entry-level SUV and will be slotted between the Maruti Suzuki Gypsy and the Grand Vitara.
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