THE NEW JIMNY
PURPOSE IN THE MAKING
DESIGNED AROUND THE DRIVER
To boost the overall drivability of the Swift, the cockpit has specifically been designed around the driver. Interior design innovation tilts the operational components towards the driver, thus maximising the level of control the driver enjoys. The D-shaped steering wheel and firm front seats, create a more sporty, higher quality environment.
The new Jimny comes with a range of protective advances to keep you safe out in the wild or in the city.
High beam assist
This feature automatically switches the headlights between high and low beams depending on the lighting environment and presence of other vehicles.
Hill Hold Control
This feature helps prevent backward rolling even on bumpy and uneven hills, so you can focus on controlling acceleration.
RIGID LADDER FRAME CHASSIS
3-LINK RIGID AXLE SUSPENSION WITH COIL SPRINGS
The Floating Roof design, solid shoulder lines, and rich side body sculpting unite to give you a driving experience that thrills.
4WD WITH LOW RANGE TRANSFER GEAR
Part-time 4WD allows switching between 4WD, for optimal off-road performance, and 2WD for better fuel economy and enhanced cornering on paved roads.
POWERED BY PURPOSE
New 1.5l engine: The new 1.5l engine generates strong torque over a wide rpm range for powerful off-road performance. Small and lightweight, it also delivers high fuel efficiency.
Brake LSD Traction control: If two wheels diagonal from each other lose grip while you’re travelling over slippery surfaces, this feature is designed to automatically brake the slipping wheels and redistribute torque to the other two wheels.
Hill Descent Control: Automatically apply the brakes with the push of a button to maintain a fixed decent speed while you concentrate on steering without using the brake pedal or clutch.
AMPLE BODY ANGLES AND CLEARANCE
The Jimny can climb over obstacles and steep hills without scraping its bumpers or underbody, thanks to an ample approach angle, ramp breakover angle, departure angle, as well as plenty of ground clearance.