Suzuki Jimny For Sale in Namibia
What is Suzuki Jimny?
DESIGNED FOR PROFESSIONALS. Uncompromising features define the Jimny as a serious off-roader. This light commercial vehicle has a robust ladder frame, three ample body angles, 3-link rigid axle suspension with coil springs and ALLGRIP Pro 4WD with a low-range transfer gear.
Suzuki Jimny For Sale in Namibia
For the best Suzuki experience, your Suzuki Jimney must be serviced once every twelve months or every 15 000 km, whichever comes first.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which model of Suzuki Jimny is best?
Between the Zeta and Alpha variants, the Zeta is suitable for buyers who want to use the Jimny as a secondary vehicle for off-roading or style purposes. If you want to use the Jimny as a daily driver, then the Alpha is a better option. It offers better value as well as features to improve your ownership experience.
What is the fuel consumption of Suzuki Jimny?
The Suzuki Jimny has the highest fuel usage, averaging 6.8 L/100 km. The most common unit of fuel consumption measurement is liters per 100 kilometers or L/100 km. The Suzuki Jimny will consume 6.8 L of gasoline per 100 km in 2021.
Is Suzuki Jimny powerful?
The Jimny produced 99.6 bhp of power and 125.07 Nm of torque during this test. These figures are slightly lower than Maruti Suzuki’s claimed power of 104.8 bhp and torque of 136.2 Nm for the Jimny’s 1.5-liter K15B four-cylinder naturally-aspirated petrol engine.
Is the Jimny a good everyday car?
For its size it can be a thirsty little thing, but that’d be the lack of aerodynamics and awkward shape, much like its driver. It’s basically a toaster on wheels, and a mildly overpriced one at that. Let’s be honest, though, the Jimny isn’t destined to be a daily driver, and I conned my partner into believing it was.
How far can a Suzuki Jimny go on a tank of fuel?
On average, a Suzuki Jimny can travel up to 400 kilometers on a full tank of fuel. However, this can be reduced to 300 kilometers if you take the vehicle off-road or drive it in extreme conditions, such as steep uphill climbs.
Is the Suzuki Jimny good for long distance driving?
On longer runs the Jimny is comfortable and quiet, however the engine drone (3k+ RPM at 70mph) does cut through at times. Fortunately it’s not too bad, and these aren’t made for motorway driving – I’ve only seen one or two in the last 6 months on a motorway.
What is similar to a Suzuki Jimny?
Compare the Suzuki Jimny to other cars:
- Fiat 500X.
- Ford Ecosport.
- Haval H2.
- Holden Trax.
- Honda HR‑V.
- Hyundai Kona.
- MG ZS.
- Mazda CX‑3.
How safe is a Suzuki Jimny?
The mini SUV scored 73% for adult safety and 84% for child safety.
What engine does Suzuki Jimny use?
The Jimny is powered by a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol engine pushing a relatively modest 75kW/130Nm through a five-speed manual gearbox or four-speed auto transmission into Suzuki’s ‘AllGrip Pro’ part-time 4WD system.
Why is it called Suzuki Jimny?
The name ‘Jimny’ originated from a word picked up by Suzuki executives during a trip to Scotland. Originally intended to be called the ‘Jimmy’, linguistics errors arose in translation and they ended up calling it the ‘Jimny’. After a successful 7 years, the final first generation model was introduced – the LJ80.