Suzuki India has commenced export of Suzuki’s celebrated compact off-roader Jimny
from India. The first shipment of 184 units left from Mundra port to Latin
American countries such as Columbia and Peru. The iconic three-door Suzuki
Jimny will be exported to Latin America, Middle East and African markets from
Jimny has an overall length of 3,645mm, a width of 1,645 mm and a height of 1,720mm.
It has a transmission choice of either a 5 speed manual transmission or a 4
speed automatic transmission. The Jimny is powered by a 1.5 litre petrol
may be recalled that the company had showcased the SUV at the 2020 Auto Expo in
Greater Noida and had got a great response from people in the country. The
vehicle is slated to be launched in India soon. The company is close lipped
about its launch date.
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as the ‘authentic off-roader’, the all-terrain vehicle has a legacy of over 50
years, catering to customers worldwide. The current generation of Jimny was
launched in 2018 by Suzuki Motor Corporation in Japan and has emerged as a
popular choice globally. Customers like its appeal for city driving too. In
this regard, the Jimny was conferred the prestigious World Urban Car Award in
the 2019 World Car Awards announced at the New York International Auto Show.
India as a production base for Jimny, Suzuki aims to leverageMaruti Suzuki’s
global production stature. As there is a large customer demand worldwide well
beyond Suzuki Japan capacity for this model, Indian manufacturing will
supplement capacity to meet this global demand.
Ayukawa, Managing Director & CEO, Maruti Suzuki India Limited said, “Jimny
will fulfill aspirations of customers throughout the world. Jimny manufactured
at Maruti Suzuki’s Gurugram plant shares the same specification as the export
models produced at the Suzuki Motor Corporation’s Kosai plant in Japan. We are
confident with Jimny we will be able to enhance our overall exports.”
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