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Suzuki Jimny Pricing and Specs

2021 price from

The Suzuki Jimny is available from $25,990 to $29,990 for the 2021 SUV across a range of models.

Suzuki's pint-sized Jimny off-roader was refreshed in new-generation form in January 2019, still underpinned by a rugged ladder-frame chassis.

Powered by a 1.5-litre naturally aspirated twin-cam four-cylinder petrol engine, the Jimny pushes 75kW/130Nm to its part-time four-wheel-drive system through either a five-speed manual or four-speed automatic transmission.

The Jimny's off-road credentials are cemented with a low-range transfer case, hill-descent control and a hill-hold function, while a three-link rigid axles and generous ground clearance also help when the road gets rough.

Safety systems include autonomous emergency braking, lane departure warning and lane-keep assist, but still only manages a three-star Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) crash score.

In-cabin equipment includes a 7.0-inch multimedia touchscreen, reversing camera, cruise control and flat-folding rear seats, while LED headlights, rear privacy glass and two Isofix points also feature.

Current prices range from $25,990 for the Jimny (base) to $29,990 for the Jimny GLX (qld).

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Year Price From Price To
2021 $25,990 $29,990
2020 $19,100 $28,600
2019 $14,800 $26,840
2018 $13,200 $23,650
2017 $11,800 $19,140
2016 $10,900 $17,380
2015 $9,600 $15,950
2014 $8,400 $14,740
2013 $7,800 $13,310
2012 $7,300 $12,430
2011 $6,900 $11,660
2010 $6,500 $11,000
2009 $4,300 $10,230
2008 $4,400 $9,460
2007 $3,900 $6,930
2006 $3,700 $6,380
2005 $3,400 $7,480
2004 $2,900 $6,710
2003 $2,400 $6,160
2002 $2,300 $5,610
2001 $2,400 $5,060
2000 $2,400 $4,730
1999 $2,400 $4,070
1998 $2,400 $4,070

Suzuki Jimny FAQs

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  • Ongoing issues with 2000 Suzuki Jimny

    Because of the long time that has passed since the crash it will be very hard to connect the problems you are having to the prang. Crank angle sensors often fail on all makes and models, I wouldn't attribute that to the crash, and the head and head gasket problems you have had are unlikely to be related either. The second instance of head cracking and the head gasket failure are more likely to be the result of poor repairs to the head when it first cracked.

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  • Stretching out service intervals?

    As much as I don't like to recommend that you don't service your car I think in this case you could extend the time between services, but don't let it go beyond 12 months.

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