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    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Please help improve it by removing promotional content and inappropriate external links , and by adding encyclopedic content written from a neutral point of view. The LJ10 had a cc, air-cooled, two-stroke, in-line two-cylinder engine. This generation of Suzuki Jimny has been produced from January, to January, These four collapsed tables cover the development history of the Jimny in the Japanese domestic market, with notable export variations and developments also noted. New grille with lower mounted head lamps.

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    Suzuki Jimny - Wikipedia

    Originated as a car in the Japanese Kei car tax and legal class — a Kei car version is still made for the Japanese market today, as well as versions that exceed that class's legal limits, in Japan called the Jimny Sierra. The latter are also successfully sold in worldwide markets.

    Suzuki has sold 2. Although the Jimny, which just entered its fourth generation in , has consistently become more powerful and sophisticated, and can certainly be considered a little SUV since the third generation, it started out as a very utilitarian, purposeful off-roader, and has never compromised on that. Just like its predecessors, the current generation continues to have a separate body and frame, solid live axles, both front and rear , part-time four-wheel drive, and a transfercase with high and low gearing — a configuration that makes it a rarity among Kei-cars.

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    A sophisticated ABS-system can brake slipping wheels, and thus doubles to function similar to limited-slip or locking differentials, sending power to the wheels that still have traction in terrain. The history of Suzuki four-wheel drive cars dates to The LJ10 had a cc, air-cooled, two-stroke, in-line two-cylinder engine.

    In , Suzuki complemented the LJ20 with the LJ50, which had a larger cc, two-stroke, in-line three-cylinder engine and bigger differentials. This was originally targeted at the Australian market, but more exports soon followed.

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    The new Jimny was released in , and now bears the same name in all markets. The rear axle was sourced from the Mitsubishi Colt and wheels were sourced from the Mitsubishi Jeep. It was a very basic two-seater vehicle with no doors, but a sturdy four-wheel drive system allowed it to go off-road. The tiny Hope company sold very few ONs, possibly as few as 15, although ME24 engines were purchased [3] [4] and sold the design to Suzuki in , after Mitsubishi declined to take over production.

    The compact off-road capable Suzuki Jimny was Suzuki's first global success, lending it name recognition and a foothold in markets worldwide. The Jimny slotted into a hitherto unfilled gap in the market. Since the new unit remained smaller than cc, and Suzuki placed the spare tire inside the truck making it a three-seater to keep it under 3 m in overall length, it was classified as a kei car , conferring certain tax privileges and other benefits. When it was introduced in April , it was the first four-wheel drive kei car to enter series production.

    The grille bars were changed from horizontal to vertical for the LJ A special version with the spare tire mounted behind the passenger seat allowed for two small rear seats, facing each other. The introduction of left-hand drive signalled Suzuki's worldwide ambitions for the truck. Export Jimnys had the spare tire mounted on the outside, as kei regulations on length did not apply.

    Suzuki jimny 2005

    For the home market, it first appeared in June as the Jimny 55 and reflected the changing kei car rules and stricter emissions standards. In Australia, the LJ50S and LJ50V van were available as a softtop with soft doors and rear-mounted spare wheel or hardtop with full metal doors and external spare wheel through distributor M. In May , the low production LJ51P long-wheelbase pickup became available for some export markets.

    The home-market Jimny received a facelift in , introducing rear wheel arch metal flares and a bigger bonnet or hood with cooling slots above the radiator, while the export LJ50s were instead replaced by the LJ80 same external modifications, but with the new four-stroke, four-cylinder, cc engine fitted. The final iteration of the original Jimny design was the Jimny 8, called LJ80 in certain export markets.

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