To start with, there are new 15-inch alloy wheels finished in dark silver and two new colours available in the form of bison brown and khaki pearl metallic.
Inside, there’s an all-new instrument cluster presenting speed, rev count and a digital display, which includes fuel tank level, engine temperature, digital clock, ambient temperature display, gear and transfer case indicator, a fuel economy readout and a trip meter.
The interior also includes remote central locking, CD player/radio, electric windows and air-conditioning. Safety features include dual front airbags, head restraints, inertia reel seatbelts and ABS brakes.
The Jimny’s interior features upgraded seat upholstery aimed at boosting both comfort and durability, while a new steering wheel design has also been introduced.
The Jimny should be a more urban-friendly vehicle with the four-speed automatic transmission option, while also making access to its off-road capability even easier.
It is still powered by the same 1.3-litre four-cylinder engine, with a maximum power output of 63kW/110Nm.
Both the manual and automatic transmission-equipped versions of the Jimny are covered by a three-year/100 000km warranty, as well as a four-year/60 000km service plan.
|Jimny 1.3i MT||R219 900|
|Jimny 1.3 AT||R234 900|