Since its launched in 1998, the Suzuki Jimny has accumulated a major following of loyal owners around the world, and with its practical look Jimny owners can really enjoy a quirky alternative to a supermini or crossover SUV. When we borrowed one for a week last year, Team Mud Life concluded that not only was it a wonderful 4x4 to own, but at just over £14,000, it was exceptional value for money. Click the clink to read our review: Suzuki Jimny
To add further customer appeal for 2016, the new Jimny Adventure Special Edition is now on sale with a very limited production run of just 200 units for the UK.
Jimny Adventure is based on the popular high specification SZ4 model which includes Dark Silver 15-inch alloy wheels, synthetic leather seats, air conditioning and rear privacy glass as standard and then adds unique features including full screen satellite navigation with Bluetooth connectivity, hard spare wheel cover with ‘Adventure’ logo as well as individual Pearl White Metallic / Quasar Grey 2-Tone paint finish.
Jimny Adventure offers strong customer value and is priced at £14,949 including metallic paint, just £1,000 more than an SZ4 model before optional metallic at £430 is added.
Jimny is equipped with an all-alloy 16 valve 1.3-litre engine that benefits from Variable Valve Timing (VVT) for lively performance and strong fuel economy from its light kerb weight of just 1,090 kg. The Adventure is available with manual transmission that returns an official 39.8mpg in combined cycle driving and CO2emissions are 162g/km.
Jimny has built up an established, tough and capable reputation amongst its 24,000 loyal owners in the UK with many now on their third or even fourth car in succession. Durability was certainly put to the test back in 2014 when long standing Suzuki fan Les Carvall and three friends drove two Jimnys around the world on their ‘Heaven can wait I’m busy’ charity expedition. Starting in Southampton, the four month long Global tour clocked up over 18,500 miles across some very challenging terrain and both cars returned unscathed with no reliability faults to report. (Click the link for more details: heavencanwaitimbusy)
To find out more details on the Jimmy Adventure, and of course the whereabouts of your local Suzuki dealer, visit their website: www.suzuki.co.uk