Suzuki Jimny is a small-sized SUV that is often favored by off-road enthusiasts for upgrades.

To meet that demand, the Japanese carmaker has recently introduced the Jimny 4Style version with a sporty, powerful, yet trendy style.

Unlike the 4Sport and 4Expedition versions, the Suzuki 4Style features a front bumper, wheel arches, side moldings, and grille that are painted the same color as the body. This helps the car look more luxurious and attractive.

In addition, the Suzuki Jimny 4Style’s roof is also painted in a dark color and features a new air scoop. The spare tire at the back has its own cover. The LED taillights at the rear bumper have also been redesigned.

The car is equipped with a set of 5-spoke alloy wheels with a size of 16 inches. However, the accompanying tires are 215/70R16, which are more suitable for on-road driving than off-road.

As for the interior, the cabin of the Suzuki Jimny 4Style retains the same design as the standard version, but the car will have some new and more modern features.

The seats of the car are covered in premium leather and fabric, highlighted by red and white stitching. This new version also adds interior ambient lighting, special floor mats, JBL speakers…

The car is equipped with an automatic climate control system, however, it still lacks an automatic safety system.

Powering the Jimny 4Style is a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated 4-cylinder petrol engine, producing 107 horsepower and 138 Nm of torque. The power is transmitted to all four wheels through a 4-speed automatic transmission.

The Suzuki Jimny 4Style is priced at $40,275 (VND 989 million), considerably higher than the standard Jimny priced at $32,179 (VND 789 million).

In Vietnam, the Jimny is imported as a complete unit from Japan. The car has arrived in Vietnam and is currently undergoing registration procedures, with an expected official launch at the end of 2023. Some Suzuki dealerships have also announced that they are accepting deposits for this model with an expected selling price of around VND 780 million.

TH (Tuoitrethudo)