These overland-capable vehicles sold in the Philippines are our pick to jump-start your adventure.
The Suzuki Jimny’s ready for the production line by April in India with 100,000 units slated for production per year.
Suzuki’s massive investment plan aims to electrify its entire range globally by 2023, along with plans for an EV Jimny.
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The fourth-generation Suzuki Jimny is still proving to be a hit for the Japanese automaker as its appeal is still as strong as ever despite the price increase and the evolution of the market...
While Suzuki is still testing out the 5-door model in real-world applications its reveal date has been set for January of 2023 for the India Auto Expo.
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A new model launch and much more await those who are going to see the Suzuki booth at the 8th Philippine International Motor Show.
The Jimny is now safer than ever before thanks to a new update in its home market.
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Suzuki’s Jimny is a widely successful product thanks to the niche it occupies, here are a few facts that you may not have known.
The Suzuki Jimny may be small, but it has what it takes to be a great off-road vehicle that can go toe-to-toe with its bigger contemporaries.
Suzuki Philippines will get its new Jimny units from India instead of Japan—prices also increased by P10,000.
This means more power and better practicality for the miniature off-roader.
The leaked dimensions reveal that the SUV will still retain the same width and height measurements, however, its length has been increased by 300 mm.
A new variant of the popular SUV will reportedly make its debut in 2021 featuring a 5-door design.
Both Japan and Indian-built units do not differ, but the Philippines will continue to get its supply from Japan.
Once completed this will serve as the brand’s 75th dealership in the country.