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High five! 2024 Suzuki Jimny XL five-door finally lands in Australia, but how much does the tiny off-roader cost?

The extra length of the five-door Jimny has gone into the little 4x4's wheelbase. (Image: Richard Berry)

Suzuki's five-door Jimny XL has finally launched in Australia and arrived with list price starting from $34,990.

That price will get you into the manual version of the little off-roader, while the automatic lists for $36,490.

In comparison the three-door Jimny starts at $31,990 for the manual and $33,490 for the auto, meaning its a $3000 premium for the extra doors.

The much anticipated Jimny XL is 340mm longer than the three-door Jimny at 3985mm measured from the front bumper to the spare wheel cover on the tailgate.

That entire increase in length has gone into the wheelbase which measures 2590mm, creating more space in cabin and a larger boot.

Standard features in the Jimny XL include a larger 9.0-inch media screen, with wireless Apple CarPlay and wired Android Auto, and there's single-zone climate control, but no sat nav.

The Jimny XL uses the same 1.5-litre petrol engine as the three-door, which outputs 75kW of power and 130Nm of torque.

The Jimny XL has not been crash tested and is unlikely to to be given the three-star ANCAP rating of the Jimny three door.

Suzuki also confirmed today that the automatic version of the three-door Jimny was back on sale after a sales pause was introduced due to overwhelming demand.

Keep an eye on in the coming days for our Jimny five-door launch review.

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