Suzuki Introduces Jimny Light Utility Vehicle
Suzuki presented in the Republic of Ireland its two-seater light commercial vehicle (LCV) version of its small and light Jimny all-terrain vehicle and will be available in very limited numbers.
Since its global launch in 2018, the latest Jimny has attracted both home users and professionals looking for authentic off-road performance.
To better meet the needs of professionals, the Jimny LCV is equipped with a large load compartment of 863 liters with flat floor and safety partition.
Jimny LCV is available in a specification category that includes air conditioning, selectable ALLGRIP PRO 4WD with low transfer ratio, DAB radio, dual sensor brake support, 15 inch black steel wheels, and cruise control with speed limiter.
With one model available, the price is € 20,995 (VRT for utility vehicle included) in solid color with optional monochrome metallic paint available at € 370 and two-tone metallic at € 750.
Highlights of the Jimny light commercial vehicle
Authentic off-road performance
The light commercial vehicle model delivers the uncompromising off-road performance that professionals desire with essentials – a ladder frame, three angles, 3-link rigid axle suspension and ALLGRIP PRO 4WD.
Convenient luggage space
For added utility, the light commercial vehicle model has a large capacity of 863 liters, which is 33 liters more than the passenger vehicle model when the rear seats are folded down, with a flat floor for better practicality and a bulkhead safety device that prevents the load from entering the cabin.
Advanced security features
For added peace of mind when driving on and off road, the LCV model is equipped with a high level of safety features, including Dual Sensor Brake Assist (DSBS) which uses an automatic brake. to help avoid a collision, as well as hill hold and hill descent control. that support driving on slopes. In addition, eCall, a crash emergency messaging feature, is also available as standard.
All figures are manufacturing data and may vary for each market.
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